Wembley FC Vs Abbey Rangers

The Lions face League action at Vale Farm in the Combined Counties Football League Premier Division North match, with the chance to extend the League form to five consecutive wins.

Time & Date: Saturday 2nd October 2021

Ticket Information: Available on the Gate – £7 Adults, £4 Concessions

Location: Vale Farm, SL5 7LJ

Opposition Factfile:

Name: Abbey Rangers F.C

Home Ground: Addlestone Moor

Capacity: 1000

Abbey Rangers were established initially as a youth side in 1976, with the name being based off Chertsey Abbey. Their first honours came in the 2004-05 season, when they won the Surrey & Hants Border League Division One. The following season saw the club leave their current league, and join the Guildford & Woking Alliance Division One. They were crowned champions at the first attempt, and promoted to the Surrey County Intermediate League; before another title winning season the following year winning the Division and the League Cup.

The 16-17 season was the Ranger’s debut in the FA Cup, when they competed in the Preliminary Qualification Round.

Standings:

Wembley head into the match following a harsh cup loss on penalties last weekend. Their League form however still remains in a positive state, winning their last four games that were played in full. Abbey Rangers have made a flying start to the season, winning 5 out of their first 6 league fixtures. This impressive form leaves them fourth in the league, 5 places above the Lions, who managed to turn their form around after the first three fixtures. The most recent result for the Rangers came in the form of an emphatic 4-2 win over Montpellier Villa in the FA Vase.

Current Form:

Wembley – WWWWD*

Abbey Rangers – WWWLW

*Loss on Penalties

Tom Gourley
tomjgourley@gmail.com