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Frome Town vs. Cirencester Town: FA Trophy Tickets & Information

Here's everything you need to know about our FA Trophy clash against the Centurions, this coming Saturday afternoon.

We're on a four-game run of wins, and this Robins side are eager to maintain their early-season form in the First Qualifying Round of semi-professional football's favourite cup competition. It's a tough ask against an old foe, Cirencester Town, once of Division One South, who stand between the Robins and a mouth-watering match-up in the next round. Don't miss any of the action and get yourself down to Badgers Hill!

Game Details Tickets can be purchased at the link below until the morning of the match, but entry at the gate will of course be possible on the day. The Clubhouse is open as usual so grab your drink and savour the buzz before kick-off at 15:00pm.

Turnstiles We'll be opening the main turnstile.

Frome Town Supporter's Club

A reminder that membership renewals will be available for purchase in the Clubroom from just £10, an early bird rate that will last until 30th September when prices rise to £12.

Travelling to the Match Badgers Hill Berkley Road BA11 2EH


There are places in the club car park for this game. Please look to park at Selwood School across the road. If you do park on the surrounding roads, please park courteously and respect our neighbours.

. Train Station

We're an 18 minute walk from the station (0.9 miles).

Buses There's a number of bus connections from all the local towns and Bath.

All public transport options

Frome Town Council Transport page with all bus route timetables, trains, taxis and more

Clubhouse Our Venue and Lounge bars will be open from 12:00pm.

Enjoy the match!


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Gerry Urch
Gerry Urch
Sep 10, 2023

Again the Robins did enough without hitting top gear. Cirencester played pretty well, especially in the second half and had the nerves jangling near the end at 2-1. I can't remember another side putting so many crosses into our box but apart from one thumping header just over, Teal . Mitchell & Wood did a grand job job and wouldn't have been out of place with John Wayne at the Alamo. Aside from them, few outstanding performances, though Ollis always deserves his goal, Griffin has lovely touches and Davies again contributed with an assist for the killer goal. Workmanlike but patchy, rather than totally convincing.

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