Falmouth Town moved up to second in the Western League table with a 4-0 victory over Clevedon Town at Bickland Park this afternoon. The goals came from Rubin Wilson and Oscar Massey, who scored a hat trick. The match was stopped for some thirty-five minutes in the the second half while Clevedon player Caleb Selway received treatment for a serious facial injury, before he was taken to hospital. Our best wishes go to Caleb and we hope he makes a speedy recovery. A full match report can be read by CLICKING HERE.


New Signing – Elcock Joins for Run In

New Signing – Elcock Joins for Run In

Falmouth Town are pleased to announce the signing of midfielder Andy Elcock.

Elcock signs from Southern League side Tavistock having initially signed as cover for FTFC after leaving Mousehole, that has now been made permanent and goes straight into the squad for Saturday’s match against Clevedon Town.

Prior to Tavistock, Elcock worked his way through Plymouth Argyle’s youth system before moving to play for Launceston, Bath City, Paulton Rovers, Cirencester and most recently Mousehole.  

“From the outside looking in you can see the club is growing and on the up. Also having played against Falmouth a few times I know the support here is amazing! Elcock told

“I’m a technical player with a good range of passing, I like to dictate the tempo of the game. I hope to bring even more experience to the team.”

“When a player of Andy’s experience, quality come available it is a no brainer getting him in” first team manager Andrew Westgarth said; “We have so many games in a short space of time to play, 8 in 28 days, so the squad is going to be tested.” Having won the Western League with Mousehole last season and played at a higher lever it will be great having him at the club for the run in”



This season’s title race is hotting up as Falmouth Town take on Clevedon Town, when third plays second at Bickland Park on Saturday April 6th – K.O. 3:00pm. We go into this game on the back of our fantastic 8-2 win away at Welton Rovers on Easter Monday. Clevedon come to this game having beaten Bridgwater United 1-0 at home in their Easter Monday match. We have 63 points from 27 games, while Clevedon Town have 65 points from 29 games, so this promises to be a really exciting contest between two of the Toolstation Western League’s top sides and certainly not a game to be missed. All roads lead to Bickland Park!

The recent league form for both teams is shown below:

Recent Form (TWFL): Falmouth Town
Apr 1: Welton Rovers 2-8 Falmouth Town
Mar 26: Street 0-2 Falmouth Town
Mar 23: Falmouth Town 1-0 Nailsea & Tickenham
Mar 16: Bridgwater United 1-4 Falmouth Town
Feb 27: Falmouth Town 2-0 Buckland Athletic
Feb 20: Torpoint Athletic 1-3 Falmouth Town

Recent Form (TWFL): Clevedon Town
Apr 1: Clevedon Town 1-0 Bridgwater United
Mar 29: Nailsea & Tickenham 1-1 Clevedon Town
Mar 16: Clevedon Town 5-0 Welton Rovers
Mar 9: Clevedon Town 3-0 Barnstaple Town
Feb 10: Ilfracombe Town 0-3 Clevedon Town
Feb 3: Clevedon Town 8-0 Millbrook

Stadium Address:

Bickland Park, Bickland Hill, Falmouth, TR11 4PB.


Adults: £6

12-16s and Concessions: £3

Under 12s: Free

We advise supporters to arrive in plenty of time to avoid queues at the gate shortly before kick-off.

Matchday Programme:

Limited copies of our matchday programme will be available on entry to the ground for £1.

50:50 Draw:

A collection for the 50:50 draw will be made during the first half, with the winning ticket announced over the PA system at half-time. Each entry to the draw costs £1.

Refreshments and Facilities:

Once inside Bickland Park, food and beverages can be purchased from the serving hatch immediately to your left upon entering the ground.

Toilets can be found inside the clubhouse and in the toilet block next to the main grandstand.

Seating is available in the grandstand, with disabled access provided via a separate entrance at the top of the steps alongside the back row.

We look forward to seeing you at Bickland Park on Saturday and we hope you enjoy your afternoon.