|VIEWS OF THE IMPOSING MAIN STAND AT THE COPTHALL|
The Copthall Stadium and surrounding area is scheduled to undergo extensive renovation and redevelopment to become the home of Saracens Rugby Club whom have playing at Vicarage Road since moving from Enfield FC's Southbury Road in 1997. How long ago does that feel??
|SOME VIEWS FROM AROUND THE STADIUM|
|VIEWS FROM THE BACK OF THE STAND|
Since forming in 1994 Kentish Town have moved from entering sides in the Camden & Islington Youth Midweek League and The Enfield & District Youth League to then in 2003 making the jump into Senior Football in the SSMFL Division Two where they played their home games at King George IV playing fields in Barnet. Their first senior game was a 0-0 home draw with Padbury United BTFC on Saturday 16th August 2003.
They then moved to ground share with Haringey Borough in 2004 and moved up to Division One and also spent 2005/06 and 2006/07 at Potters Bar Town.
Since moving to The Copthall for 2007/08 it's been an up and down ride over five eventful seasons. From winning the Division One title in 2008 and promotion, then to a four season stay in the Premier Division followed by relegation at the end of last season. This season they have struggled but will finish above the relegation zone in Division One. One of the highlights has to be their debut in the FA Cup on Saturday 17th August 2008 when a decent crowd of 179 people saw the 1-1 draw with Wellingborough Town at The Copthall.
|COME ON YOU BLUES - KIT CLASH!!!|
|The team line-ups in the programme - Tokyngton didn't provide details|
|THE COPTHALL CAFE AT IT'S FINAL SITTING FOR KENTISH TOWN FC.|
SOME OF THE 24 PEOPLE IN ATTENDANCE GATHER FOR THE PRE-MATCH BUILD UP
|SOME VIEWS OF THE COPTHALL STADIUM AT IT IS AT PRESENT|
Kentish Town have three more league games left when the visit Amersham Town (14th April), London Lions (21st April) and Chesham United Res (28th April).
|Three views of Tokyngton Manor scoring their third goal late in the game. |
This goal will go down in history as the final goal scored at The Copthall Stadium
|Kentish Town leave The Copthall field of play for the final time|
|The Kentish Town team talk after the game - "AS ONE DOOR CLOSES - ANOTHER WILL OPEN"|
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS ARE BELOW
inc all three goals