The best way to keep up to date with Coalville Town Football Club
4 days ago
A brace from Richard Mercer and a goal from Hannu Tam in the second half saw the visitors comfortably pull away, making it one league win in 10 for the Ravens.
1 week ago
Coalville beat Barwell for the first time since 2014 in dramatic style as a late Dean Freeman header sent the Ravens on their way to a second successive Leicestershire Challenge Cup final.
2 weeks ago
Shaw Lane edged a fiercely fought contest on a bitter winter’s evening, with a referee decision casting a dark shadow over a thrilling second half contest.
The Dabbers put in an impressive performance to deservedly leave the Mander Cruickshank Stadium with all three points.
3 weeks ago
Watson's double not enough for victory
4 weeks ago
After an even first half, the Ravens had to survive a Rangers onslaught in a disappointing second period for the hosts.
1 month ago
Watson goal cancelled out by James Lawrie
The Ravens booked a semi-final place in the Leicestershire Challenge Cup with a convincing four-goal performance against Leicester Road.
A blitzing first half showing from Coalville – including a Creaney treble – was enough to kill off a struggling Sutton Coldfield.
Coalville ended 2017 in disappointment as they fell to a second consecutive 3-0 defeat at the Mander Cruickshank Stadium.
Coalville’s poor record against fellow Leicestershire outfit Barwell continued with a lack lustre performance at the Mander Cruickshank Stadium.
2 months ago
Coalville progressed to the third round of the League Cup with a rampant second half performance – despite playing with 10 men for over 70 minutes.
Coalville’s cup run was brought to a halt at Bootham Crescent as overcoming trophy holders York City proved a step too far for the Ravens.
3 months ago
A Creaney treble and McGlinchey double ensured the resilient Ravens progressed past Alvechurch in a high octane tie.
A relentless Robins second half performance was enough to overcome a one goal deficit and defeat Coalville.
Nat Watson's strike in the 78th minute was the decisive moment as the Ravens picked up their first League win in 7 games
Southern Premier high flyers Redditch United couldn’t stop Coalville progressing after a confident display in Worcestershire
4 months ago
Reduced to nine men and fielding a striker in goal for over 45 minutes, Coalville fell to a humbling 5-1 defeat in an eventful game at the Mander Cruickshank Stadium.
Coalville came from a goal behind to brush aside Leicester Nirvana and progress to the next round of the Leicestershire Challenge Cup.
Coalville’s recent downturn in form continued with an uninspiring loss to a good Grantham outfit.
In a game where the Ravens were good value for a point a late Jordan Archer strike meant heartbreak and back to back defeats for the first time since August.
Coalville suffered their first league defeat since August as Farsley edged an even but frantic contest.
The Ravens came back from Walsall with a share of the points after Andre Landell’s goal cancelled out Dean Freemans first half header
5 months ago
Braces from Daniel Creaney and Nathan Watson saw off bottom placed Stalybridge, extending Coalville’s unbeaten run in the league to seven games.
Coalville extended their unbeaten streak but were unable to record a 6th consecutive victory when they drew 1-1 at Sutton Coldfield on Tuesday evening
Coalville recorded a fifth straight league win as they fought to a 2-1 victory over an in form Witton side.
Towers, Creaney and Watson were all on target as a ruthless Ravens’ performance buried the Pitmen.
Matt Coton’s penalty save and Nat Watson’s first half goal ensured Coalville came back from Liverpool with all three points
The Ravens stood firm to defeat Matlock and hold onto a third win of the season
A late winner from St Ives Town’s Phil Draycott ensured Coalville went out of the world’s most famous competition at the first time of asking
A Blair Anderson brace was the difference as Coalville put in an impressive performance to secure a second victory of the season.
6 months ago
The returning Massiah McDonald’s 88th minute goal was enough to seal the first victory and points of the 17/18 season
After a tight first half Warrington dominated the second period, netting three goals without reply to ensure a third successive loss for the Ravens this season.
A first half Jordan Archer strike was enough to condemn the Ravens to a second successive defeat.
The Ravens went down 3-1 on the opening day of the season at newly promoted Farsley Celtic
Owen St Sports Ground Owen St Coalville Leicestershire LE67 3DA View with Google Maps
This website is part of the Pitchero Football network. Create your own free Football club website with Pitchero.
© Pitch Hero Ltd 2008-2018
Pitch Hero Ltd Registered in ENGLAND | WF3 1DR | Company Number - 636 1033