Season Ended, no promotion or relegation

The Combined Counties Football League have advised that they have recieved confirmation from the Football Association that the 2019/20 season is to be ended with immediate effect, as a direct result of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis.

​This will mean no promotion or relegation of clubs between Step 3 to 6, or relegation from Step 2

Click on the image to link to the full details of the annoucement

Our Merchandise Shop Is Changing Hands

The club would like to announce that the company currently providing our merchandise have been sold, so we shall soon be having a new, improved club merchandise shop.

Please take a quick look via the button below, to get a an insight into the type of products we will soon be offering.

Farnham 0-4 Camberley - Krooners Avdance In The League Cup

The Krooners finally got back to winning ways last night, after a 4-0 thrashing of Farnham Town in the CC League Cup.

Bunyan set the team on their way early on, with a magnificent volley from distance and Garstang doubled the lead soon after from the spot.

Farnham were reduced to 10 men midway through the 1st-half, when Sam Slater received two bookings, while 2nd-half goals from Garstang and Hoppitt completed the rout.

Krooners Looking To Get Back To Winning Ways

After a wretched run of form, the Krooners are looking to get back to winning ways this Saturday, with the visit of Raynes Park Vale.

Vale sit just one point above the relegation zone, but with a spirited display from the Krooners against Hanworth on Tuesday, Camberley will be determined to put things right this time.

Match Ball Sponsor Needed For This Weekend

Camberley Town are looking for a match ball sponsor for this weekends home tie against Raynes Park Vale.


You will receive 2 match tickets, a match ball signed by all the players, not to mention advertisements on the website, Facebook and Twitter accounts, prior to the game.

50% OFF 2016/17 Season Tickets

Christmas is fast approaching, so as a small gift to our fans, from the 14th December, Camberley Town will be offering a massive 50% discount on their season tickets, for the rest of the season!

Our season tickets allow you entry into all games at Krooner Park, except cup matches with shared gate receipts.

Ronnie Wilson Steps Down As Chairman Of Camberley Town

The club are very sad to announce that Ronnie Wilson has stepped down as Chairman of the club, with immediate effect.

After 10 years in control of the club, new work commitments mean he can no longer devote the time needed, to oversee matters at Krooner Park.

The club are sincerely grateful for everything Ronnie has done for Camberley Town and we hope his legacy of the new development can finally be put in place.

City Down Krooners 1-0 At Krooner Park

 Bobby Dormer returned to Krooner Park as victor, as Guildford City edged a scrappy game 1-0, courtesy of a Dan Jewell own-goal, right on the stroke of half-time.

Camberley struggled to get a foothold in the game and despite some competitive tackling shown by both sides, Guildford looked like the only side capable of winning on the night.

The Krooners must now turn their attention to the FA Vase game against Southall this Saturday. 

Sponsor An Upcoming Match At Krooner Park

If you love football and would like to promote your business to the local area, then 'Krooner Park Matchday Sponsorship' is the way to do it. Benefits include free tickets, free drink and great brand exposure!


Download a brochure to see all the opportunities. There's something for everyone's budget, so show your support for your local club.

Camberley Win The Derby 2-0 Against Local Rivals Bagshot

In the first ever competitive match to take place between Camberley and Bagshot, the Krooners came out as comfortable 2-0 winners at Kennels Lane.


In a first-half that lacked any quality from both sides and no goals to mention either, it was Camberley who came out the better team after the break. The contest was over shortly after the hour mark, with two goals in seven minutes settling the contest.

FA Youth Cup Draw

The Camberley Town Youth Team have been drawn at home to Lancing in the Preliminary Round of the FA Youth Cup. The winners will travel to face the winners of the Chessington and Hook v Mile Oak tie in the First Qualifying Round. 

The Lancing match will take place at Krooner Park on Thursday 8th September 2016, kicking off at 7:45PM. Come and watch the young Krooners in action and lend them your support in this important fixture.

Dan Jewell Confirmed As The NEW Camberley Town Captain

Dan Jewell has been confirmed as the new Camberley Town captain for the 2016-17 season.

Dan has been at Camberley for three full seasons and has been rewarded by manager Dan Turkington for the hardwork he has put in on the training ground.


The superb performances he put in throughout the last campaign, which saw him receive the award of Chairman's Player of the Season.

Camberley Steal 3 Points In Late Smash & Grab

In one of the worst performances of the season so far, Camberley somehow managed to come away with the 3 points, depsite being 2-0 down with 5 minutes remaining.


Luck and key decisions went against the home side, allowing the Krooners to somehow score 3 goals in the last 5 minutes.

Chertsey Town 1-4 Camberley Town

Camberley Town took the initiative in the promotion yesterday, as they eventually saw off Chertsey 4-1, while Ashford lost 3-2 away to Horley!


With the scores level at 0-0 at the break, the Krooners came out in the 2nd half in rejuvinated fasion. Two goals in two minutes from Perry Coles on the hour mark, started the rout.

Camberley Town Announce Youth Trials For 2016

If you fancy the chance to play for Camberley Town F.C, then May 7th is a date you don't want to miss.

The club shall be holding trials at Krooner Park for anybody who is 16, 17 or 18 years of age. The session starts at 9:30am, so if you think you have what it takes, then please contact us today!

Camberley Held By Farnham Town

The Krooners were held to a 1-1 draw against a battling Farnham Town last night, dropping 2vital points in their promotion push.

After a fairly impressive first half display from the home side, Camberley may feel it was lucky it was 0-0 at the break. Farnham took the lead on 70 minutes, but Hoppitt saved Krooner blushes soon after.

Personalised Gift Shop Is Open For Business

Personalise any gift with your name, your favourite players name (or number), or even add your photo to selected products. You can even personalise your favourite photo (please ask the club for details).

Go on, order straight from the site and give a gift to a friend or family member, that is a true Krooner supporter!

Krooners Bounce Back From Weekend Defeat

After the disappointment of the 1-0 defeat to Asford last Saturday, the Krooners were keen to bounce back against a decent Knaphill side.


Two early goals and a late penalty ensured Camberley took all 3 points, but Knaphill made it a difficult contest. Perry Coles claimed a brace on his return to the side.

Disappointing Loss To Promotion Rivals Ashford Town

Camberley Town suffered a massive set back in their promotion bid yesterday, as they crashed to a 1-0 defeat at Ashford Town.

The Krooners never really looked like scoring all afternoon and can also be thankful to Craig Bradshaw, who ensured the scoreline wasn't greater than the final 1-0 deficit.

Camberley 5-2 Hanworth Villa

For the second time in four days, Camberley Town scored five goals at Krooner Park, to mark another impressive victory for the Krooners.

The away side this time were Hanworth Villa, who contributed heavily to their own downfall, by needlessly getting a man sent off for deliberate hand ball, inside the first 15 minutes.

Camberley Thrash Windsor

After an indifferent couple of weeks for the Krooners, the team were back to their best yesterday, after cruising to victory 5-0 over Windsor, at Krooner Park.

There was also an impressive performance from new signing Elijah Ogunseye, who chipped in with two assists and a goal.

Hartley Wintney 2-3 Camberley Town

Camberley will now play either Fleet Town or Badhsot Lea in the semi-final of the A.S Cup, after winning their quarter final tie against Hartley Wintney.

Despite the Krooners racing to a 3 goal lead inside the first 30 minutes, Hartley fought back to 3-2, to set up a tense finale.

Hartley Wintney v Camberley Town - Aldershot Senior Cup

The Krooners travel to 'The Memorial Fields' tomorrow night, as they face title chasing Hartley Wintney, in the next round of the 'Aldershot Senior Cup'.

The last time the two sides met was just after Christmas, where Camberely triumphed 3-1 at Krooner Park.

Camberley Lose 1-0 At Home To Westfield

Camberley Town have fallen further behind the leading pack in the league, after the Krooners went down to a surprise 1-0 home defeat against Westfield.

Although the team produced enough chances to win the game, it was the visitors who left Krooner Park with all 3 points.

The Krooners FA Vase Dream Is Over!

Camberley Town were cruelly dumped out of the FA Vase at Edgar Street last Saturday.

Despite taking the lead twice and missing a great chance in the final minute of the 90 to win it, Hereford snatched a late winner in the last minute of extra-time.

"We Won't Be Overawed" - Turkington

Manager Dan Turkington says Camberley Town are mentally ready to take on Hereford in front of a 4,000+ crowd on Saturday, in what promises to be an epic showdown.

So, how do you prepare for the biggest game of your careers and indeed the club’s recent history?

Garstang May Miss Spelthorne Clash

Carl Garstang looks set to be ruled out of the league clash against Spelthorne Sports this evening, after the ankle injury he picked up in the 1-1 draw against Epsom & Ewell, last Tuesday.

He may also a doubt for the all important FA Vase tie against Hereford on Saturday.

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