Last updated : 07/05/2024 14:59:22


Wigmore Wanderers FC are a Sunday League football team made up of 26 team members.

The team is from Rainham, Kent, United Kingdom and play in the Medway Area Sunday Football League Five.

Wigmore Wanderers FC started using TeamStats in June 2023 and so far have created match reports and statistics for 25 games.

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Team Details


Rainham Kent United Kingdom


Medway Area Sunday Football League - Five

Team Type

Men , Adult , 11 a side , Sunday League

More about the team

Wigmore Wanderers was reformed for the 2022/23 season, the final year of youth football. The season was a great success with the team producing top performances throughout the year, finishing 3rd in a competitive league and then capping it off by winning the cup.

Now this team moves into Mens football where tougher challenges lay ahead but this team is ready to face those challenges head on and compete for honours again.

Wigmore Wanderers FC

Wigmore Wanderers FC is a Sunday League football team based in Rainham, Kent, United Kingdom. The team was founded in 1972 and currently competes in the Kent County Football League.

The team plays its home games at the Wigmore Playing Fields in Rainham. The ground has a capacity of 1,000 spectators.

Team Details

  • Founded: 1972
  • Ground: Wigmore Playing Fields, Rainham
  • Capacity: 1,000
  • Current league: Kent County Football League
  • Website:


Wigmore Wanderers FC results

Wigmore Wanderers FC was founded in 1972 by a group of friends who wanted to play football together. The team started out playing in local amateur leagues, but they quickly progressed through the ranks and joined the Kent County Football League in 1980.

The team has enjoyed a lot of success in recent years, winning the Kent County Football League Division One title in 2017 and the Kent County Football League Premier Division title in 2020.

Wigmore Wanderers FC table

Wigmore Wanderers FC is a well-respected team in the Kent footballing community and they are always looking to improve. The team is committed to providing a fun and enjoyable environment for all players, regardless of their ability.


The team is currently competing in the Kent County Football League Premier Division, which is the highest level of Sunday football in Kent. The league consists of 18 teams and the season runs from September to May.

Wigmore Wanderers FC fixtures

Wigmore Wanderers FC has a good chance of winning the league this season. They have a strong team with a good mix of experience and youth. The team is also well-coached and they are always looking to improve.

The team is hoping to challenge for promotion to the Southern Counties East League next season. This would be a major achievement for the club and it would be a great way to celebrate their 50th anniversary in 2022.

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Match Fixtures

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Recent Results

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League Table

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