October was the busiest month Canterbury United had ever seen, with the games coming thick and fast. They kicked off the month with a visit to London to play Metrogas, and then played their first ever midweek fixture against Tudor Sports, before kicking off their first ever cup campaign against Meridian VP. Erith 147 Sports then paid a visit to Kent, and then the Bishops travelled to play title rivals Fleetdown United, before rounding off the month against Snodland Town.
Canterbury United are delighted to announce the signings of Lee Hinchliffe, Dom Lucketti and Matthew Harrison on free transfers, although compensation fees have been agreed due to the rule regarding under-twenty-four players.
As the last few months of 2015 are edging nearer, Canterbury United played four games in the month of September, seeing two consecutive away trips against Bordon Village and Bexley, before rounding off the month against Staplehurst Monarchs United and Faversham Strike Force at home.
August bought mixed emotions for Canterbury United, seeing them play their first competitive game as a football club against Kennington, before putting themselves to the test against Greenways in their first league home game a week later.
Canterbury United are ecstatic to announce the signing of Martin Rowlands, with his contract beginning with immediate effect.
Canterbury United are delighted to announce the capture of Steve Burton on a free transfer.
Canterbury United’s first ever preseason saw them tour Sussex, facing three teams from the county – Nutley United, Bishop’s Stortford Swifts and Heath Rangers, and host their first ever home game against Surrey opposition, Reigate Priory.
Canterbury United are delighted to announce the transfers of Liam Drury, Daniel Elmes and Danny Brown all on free transfers.
Canterbury United are delighted to announce the signing of Billy Simpson on a free transfer. The utility man has joined the club on a year’s deal.
Canterbury United are delighted to confirm the signing of centre back Richard Bryan on a free transfer. The twenty-one year old had been a free agent since his contract expired at the end of last season, and told the club he was looking forward to playing regularly again.