Wealdstone Football Club are a football team based in Ruislip, West London, playing in the National League South – the sixth tier of English football. Having been founded in 1899 the club has enjoyed an illustrious history over the last century with their greatest achievement to-date being the historic “Non League Double” (1984/85 season). The club is affectionately referred to as “The Stones”.
Throughout the 2016/17 season I will be keeping this site up-to-date in line with the “StonesGoals” match day service. Here, I will offer everything that is Wealdstone FC from exclusive match-day previews and post-match reports to access to the latest match highlights and goals.
To enjoy instant match highlights and goals, as they go in, follow @StonesGoals on Twitter.
“StonesGoals” was officially born at the start of the 2014/15 season, Wealdstone’s first back in the Football Conference (National League in new money), off the back of the excellent championship winning season in the Ryman League.
It’s aims exist to:
Born August 1986. Ancestors include an Olympic boxer, Spanish gypsy & Welsh people.
I follow Wealdstone Football Club and Spurs. These pages are all about my musings.
I am an NCTJ-qualified Journalist but currently work in Digital Marketing where I specialise in overseeing all aspects of digital marketing for a large ISP serving the African market. My role incorporates website management with some front end development to boot. In my spare time I have dabbled in writing iPhone apps in Objective–C and am continuing my development into the world of fully fledged web programming. I’m a jack of all… master of none.
Having dropped out of college, largely because it didn’t interest me, I began working in the real man’s world in 2003 (in Central London). Regrettably, such a decision led to my premature retirement from the game – aged just 17.
However, this still sits proudly on my mantlepiece at home…