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Good Performances In Final Five Games - 29 March

Jody Bevan has highlighted the importance of good performances for Fairford town in their remaining five Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division games, starting against high-flying Brackley Town Saints on Saturday.Writes Jonny Leighfield in the Swindon Advertiser.

Fairford have only won one of their previous five matches in all competitions as they look to avoid finishing the season as they started it – with a run of poor form. Bevan says that results are still important and has prioritised starting well in games as well as playing at a high tempo in their remaining fixtures. A Jonathan Thomas double secured Bevan’s men a valuable 2-1 victory over Brackley back in November, and the Fairford manager is backing his boys to repeat the trick.

He said: “All the games are what they are at the moment. I just want to finish the season as well as we possibly can and pick up as many points as we can. Last weekend (a 2-1 loss at home to Binfield) was another tough game, an evenly-matched game and we were very unlucky not to come away with a point. We go into Saturday just trying to do as well as we can. The more important thing for me, at the moment, is our level of performances. In the last two games, we’ve been a little bit flat and I just want to see that bit of exuberance and enthusiasm back in our play again. Earlier in the season, Brackley were top of the table, but then they came to our place and we put in one of our best performances. I’m hoping we can do that again.”

With five games of the season to go, Bevan has laid down the gauntlet to his players and asked them to try and pick up at least nine points from those final games. The Fairford manager believes a top-10 finish would represent a successful season for the south Gloucestershire side.

Bevan said: “I’ll never ever go into a game beforehand saying a draw would be a good result, I always try to win. I’ve got a target of points in mind and that’s what I want us to get to. That’s going to involve us winning more than we lose in the final month of the season. If we achieve that, then we can say we’ve had a good season.”


bluefin sport insuranceGoing All Out - 15 March

Fairford Town manager Jody Bevan says his side will be “going all out to win” their Bluefin Sport Hellenic League Supplementary Cup quarter-final against Thornbury Town tomorrow. Writes Jonny Leighfield in the Swindon Advertiser.

Fairford are yet to concede in the competition – although they have only played two previous games – as a 3-0 win over Penn & Tylers Green preceded a 4-0 success at home to Headington Amateurs. The Cup represents Fairford’s only chance to win silverware this term, and with a favourable tie against lower-league opposition on the cards, Bevan is quietly confident his team can progress.

Bevan said: “We haven’t had many games, but we have been doing alright of late, considering we haven’t played a lot. It’s given us time for injuries to heal up, so I think we’ll be in reasonably good shape, squad-wise. It’s our only chance of winning something this year, so we will be giving it a damn good go. At the start of the season, this is a cup that no one particularly wants to be in, to be honest. But now we’ve got this far – in the absence of anything else – we might as well give everything we’ve got to win it.”

Despite his apparent desire to win the cup, Bevan has reaffirmed his intention to remain competitive in the league and achieve a top-10 finish in the Premier Division. The Town boss believes a cup run will stand his players in good stead and act as a buffer to shake off any rustiness ahead of a return to league action in the coming weeks. Bevan said: “The league is still my top priority and I still want us to finish as high as we can – I’m targeting a top-half finish. But this is a cup quarter-final and with it being at the business end of the season now, there’s no thought of resting players or playing a weakened side. We’ll be going all out to win. Thornbury are in the league below us after coming up from the Gloucestershire County League last season, and they’re doing well. They’re in with a chance of winning their league, so we know they’re a good side. My assistant manager knows them from his time managing in that league, so we have an idea of what to expect and we have to go out there and try to shake off any rustiness as quickly as possible.”


Why Have Fairford Town Have Been Inconsistent? - 22 February

Jody Bevan is at a loss to explain why Fairford Town have been so incredibly inconsistent this season ahead of their game against Bishops Cleeve on Saturday. Writes Jonny Leighfield in the Swindon Advertiser.

Town come into the game off the back of a win-loss run that goes back four months – October 16 was the last time Fairford won three games in a row in all competitions. Bevan knows this weekend’s opponents are beatable though, as his side produced a perfect away performance back in November to emerge 3-0 winners. And the Fairford chief has warned his players they must be somewhere near their best if they have any hopes of repeating the feat on home turf.

Bevan said: “It (the reverse fixture) was one of a number of performances where we were absolutely superb. Every single player played to the best of their ability and we got a fully deserved victory. If we think that we’re going to just turn up again and the same thing is going to happen then we’re going to be very much mistaken. We know we can beat anyone on our day, but we’re in the position we are because we can’t consistently produce results.”

Finding consistency from his team is something that Bevan is desperate to find as for every heroic result against a top team, there has been a disappointing loss to a struggling side. The Fairford boss admits he has been searching for an answer all season and has resulted in asking everyone at the club if they can help find an answer.

Bevan said: “I can’t (put my finger on the inconsistencies). That’s what I’ve got to get to the bottom of, because it’s not a recent problem, it’s happened throughout the season. We’ve beaten plenty of teams in the top half of the table on days where we weren’t expected to get anything out of the game and we’ve usually beaten them deservedly. But at the same time, we’ve played teams in the bottom half of the table and for whatever reason we don’t perform and end up losing – that’s happened far too many times this season. There’s no obvious explanation for it, our preparation remains good. We mention it to the players all the time and it’s something that everyone at the club has got to look at themselves and ask is there something they can do better?”


Players Needed - 15 February

Fairford Town manager Jody Bevan has revealed he is looking to sign two players on loan before tomorrow's match against Flackwell Heath because of multiple players missing. Writes Bobby Vincent in Gloucestershire Live

Bevan has “eight or nine” players currently unavailable due to injuries and admitted he was in the market for a couple of fresh faces before the weekend’s clash. He said: “Coming into Saturday, we are really struggling in terms of injuries, suspensions and unavailability. From the league game at the weekend, we’ve lost Nathan Hawkins to a fractured cheekbone and we’ve lost our goalkeeper, Harrison Ellis, who has a shoulder injury. They’re both going to be out for a month. Put them with existing injuries and we’ve potentially got eight or nine players unavailable on Saturday, so it’s going to be a real test for us. I’m hoping we can get one or two signings in for the weekend and take it from there. But they are at the ‘ringing round’ stage at the moment, so there’s no progress there.”

Bevan’s Fairford side progressed into the fourth round of the Bluefin Sport Supplementary Cup with a 4-0 win over Headington Amateurs. The Fairford boss made alterations to the line-up to try and allow some players to get more minutes under their belt, and was delighted with how his players responded. “It was a very good performance from us,” said Bevan. “I changed the line-up a lot from Saturday as I wanted a number of players to get some minutes into them, who haven’t played a lot recently. We had a youthful side out and they responded really well. It was a really pleasing night overall.”

Fairford occupy 12th position in the Hellenic League as it stands, and Bevan is pleased with the overall progress from his team, but admitted he believes they can do even better. “As a whole, this season was all about progression – and we’ve done that,” Bevan insisted.


Back In League Action - 1 February

Fairford Town return to Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division action against Virginia Water on Saturday, following a one-month break. Writes Jonny Leighfield in the Swindon Advertiser.

Boss Jody Bevan says his side are entering the unknown this weekend ahead of their first Hellenic League Premier Division game in a month. Town have played two cup games in the meantime – losing in the Gloucestershire FA Trophy and winning their Supplementary Cup fixture – but have not played a league fixture since a 1-0 win over Ardley United on January 5.

Fairford host Virginia Water at Cinder Lane tomorrow, with the visitors going through a poor run of form – the Surrey side haven’t won in a six-game stretch that dates back to Boxing Day. Town boss Bevan said their opponents should not be underestimated, though, and is instead focusing on ensuring his team make a fast start.

He said: “We should be fresh, but there is an element of the unknown in terms of how we’ll react. I hope we’ll be ready to go straight away. We had a game on Tuesday postponed, so that was disappointing because that would have been ideal to get that game in before a league game. Everyone should be chomping at the bit to play, so hopefully we won’t have any ill-effects from the rest. We’ve been training as normal, but we did have an extra session last week. Some of the boys have signed dual-registration contracts with lower-league teams, so a few have gone out and played a game or two while we’ve had this break.”

Before the extended break, Fairford had won three of their last four, while Virginia Water have been sliding in the opposite direction. The two teams currently sit 11th and 12th respectively, but Bevan is wary of falling into a false sense of security against them, given the reverse fixture ended in a 3-1 victory for tomorrow’s visitors – a game he said Fairford fully deserved to lose.

Bevan said: “We’re level on points with them in the league, but they lost in midweek. When we went to their place earlier in the season, they had just come off the back of a 6-0 loss and were one of the best teams we’ve played this season. They beat us 3-1 and they were comfortable winners, so we certainly won’t be underestimating them. We’ve just got to look after ourselves, try and pick up the win and finish the season as strongly as we possibly can.”


Welcome Break - 4 January

Fairford Town boss Jody Bevan was more than happy to have a 10-day break from action in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division over the turn of the year as he looks to guide his side to a more successful 2019. Writes Jonny Leighfield in the Swindon Advertiser

Town had been on a four-game losing run before a dramatic 2-1 win over Brimscombe & Thrupp on Boxing Day. Fairford were 1-0 down at half-time before having two players sent off and coming back to win 2-1, while goalkeeper Harrison Ellis saved a penalty late on.

After a welcome rest, Bevan is focused on helping his Fairford side create more positivity in the second half of the season, starting with a home game against Ardley United on Saturday. He said: “In the grand scheme of things, it was a welcome break all round. We had a few niggles and it’s been a tough few months – the games have been coming constantly. The lads have had 10 days off. They’ve had a total rest, because I think we all needed to recharge our batteries mentally. So, I think the break has come at a good time and it’s now vital that come Saturday, we pick it back up again and start the final third of the season with a win.”

When Fairford travelled to face Ardley in Oxfordshire earlier in the season, Town made their case for comeback of the season. After finding themselves 3-0 down early on, they battled back to win 5-4. Bevan does not believe the form table tells the whole story at the moment and is expecting a difficult afternoon from their mid-table counterparts.

He said: “It’s very hard to read too much into the league at the moment because a lot of teams haven’t played many games recently. Ardley are only six points behind us and when we played them earlier in the season, we found ourselves 3-0 down in no time. We know they’re no mugs by any stretch and I know they’re a real threat going forward. I’m expecting it to be a very tough game – not helped by the fact I have several players unavailable. We need to go about things in the same way we went about the Brimscombe game."

“Before that, we’d gone on a little run where we’d been conceding threes and fours and then all of a sudden – on Boxing Day – there was a real desire and work-rate as a team to defend. There was a steel and determination that had been missing from our play in the previous four games. That’s what I’m looking for throughout the rest of the season.”


Recent Run Of Poor Form - 21 December

Fairford Town will be without top scorer John Thomas for this weekend’s game against Reading City as they look to halt their recent run of poor form. Writes Jonny Leighfield in the Swindon Advertiser

Town have lost their last three games in all competitions, including an embarrassing 2-0 defeat to Division One West outfit Malmesbury Victoria in the Perpetua Press Floodlit Cup.

Bevan will welcome back several key players this weekend and believes his squad will be able to cope without the suspended Thomas after they were given a rare midweek off due to the recent wet weather. He said: “In the few games that we’ve lost recently, we’ve had three or four key players out so hopefully I’ll have the majority of those players back this weekend. I’m fortunate in that I’ve got five good forwards at the club, so while we lose John, who’s done very well for us so far this season, it gives one of the others an opportunity to step forward. They’ve all got their own individual qualities and it gives us the chance to do something a little bit different.”

A heavy winter schedule is starting to take its toll on some of the division’s teams, and Bevan admits Fairford are no exception to that. He added: “It feels like we’ve been playing Saturday and midweek forever. We’ve had very few chances to have a training session even, so when our game was called off on Tuesday, part of me was thankful so that everyone could have a bit of a breather. It enabled us to have a quick training session and pull the focus away from constantly playing games and hopefully we can bounce back at the weekend. We’ll be looking to just pick up points wherever we can. You’re always looking to win every game. I’m not going to get too carried away with the fact that we’ve lost our last three games because the two league games were against teams that are flying.”


jody bevan hellenic football fairford townHolmer Green Will Be Stronger - 30 November

Jody Bevan says it would be foolish to expect a repeat performance of Fairford’s previous emphatic win over Holmer Green when the pair renew acquaintances tomorrow. Writes Harry Abbott in the Swindon Advertiser

Town thrashed the Buckinghamshire outfit 5-0 at Cinder Lane back in October and now face the reverse fixture in the Hellenic League Premier Division this weekend. However, Green are a much stronger proposition on their own Watchet Lane pitch, having won seven of 12 league games in front of their own supporters compared to one of nine on the road. Therefore, Town boss Bevan expects anything other than another comfortable afternoon.

“I know Holmer’s home record is vastly better to their away record. From what I can gather, they almost have a different team at home to away,” said Bevan (pictured). “We can’t read too much into the fact we beat them 5-0 at home and go there expecting the same thing to happen again. It is going to be tough, but we will have a few more players available to us this weekend. Hopefully we can go there at full strength and give it a good go.”

Inconsistency has been an issue for Fairford throughout November, with Bevan’s side going through six games in the month with a win-loss pattern. However, the 2-1 victory over leaders Brackley Town Saints showed what Town are capable of when they hit their stride.

Bevan said: “We have had some amazing results – probably results that no one was expecting other than myself. Unfortunately, all of a sudden, we then have a game that we’re expected to win, and we haven’t been able to do it. Last weekend’s loss at Lydney was very frustrating, but after time to reflect on it, we had several players unavailable and had to make four or five changes, so to expect the same level of performance is not fair. We have just got to roll our sleeves up again this weekend and perform better and aim to get another three points. We know we are a match for anybody and we don’t fear anyone in this league, but it is fine margins and if we are not quite at it, that can be the difference between winning and losing.”

Robbie James and Jamie Reid are both available to Fairford this weekend following suspension, while Ben Saunders is Bevan’s only doubt with an ankle injury.


Midweek Derby - 6 November

Fairford Town host Shrivenham at Cinder Lane this evening in an enticing Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division encounter.

The Red's pulled off a shock result at the weekend as they defeated league leaders Brackley Town Saints (2-1) on Saturday, and after a win in midweek at Longlevens six days ago, they are gunning for a hat-trick of consecutive wins this evening.

Shrivenham come to Town, with Cinder Lane familiar territory to many of the travelling party. Manager Gareth Davies and a host of players were once Reds' regulars before switching to Barrington Park.

The clubhouse and SPIKES Diner will be open from 5.30pm with Red Star Belgrade v Liverpool live on the big screens from 5.55pm. Entry is £5 per Adult, £3 Concessions and U16s go FREE. Parking is free and plentiful with matchday programmes on sale on the gate for £1.


Fairford Town Look To Increase Attacking Options - 26 October

Jody Bevan is hoping to add some extra firepower to his Fairford side ahead of this weekend’s Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division clash at Virginia Water as they continue to struggle with injuries.

The forward trio of John Thomas, Mason Thompson and Charlie Bailey will all be out of action on Saturday and Bevan admits he may have to consider a change in formation if he is unable to recruit suitable cover. Writes Matthew Davies Swindon Advertiser Sports reporter.

“We have a number of forwards who are missing for us this week. John Thomas is unavailable and both Mason Thompson and Charlie Bailey picked up injuries at last weekend,” said Bevan. “We are looking to see if we can get one or two reinforcements in before the weekend. It will be great if we can. If we can’t get anyone in, then we will have a loot at changing the formation, but as a manager, I always look to put round pegs in round holes. I think we have found a way which is comfortable for us to play. If I can get one or two in to fit into that, then that will work out great for us.”

Despite acknowledging that he doesn’t know too much about opponents Virginia Water, Bevan sees the game as a chance to continue the club’s recent good form. The two teams are separated by two points and one league position in the table and Bevan said: “It is a game that we will se to try and get back on track. We had a disappointing performance last Saturday in the Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup, so we are eager to put that right. We have definitely picked up recently in terms of our form. There is a good spirit in the group at the moment and I think we are on the right track. If we can apply ourselves every week, then I know we are more than good enough. I’m expecting a tight game at Virginia Water, I think they will be better at home than they are away.”


Randall Joins The Reds - 17 October

lee randall hellenic league footballScotsman Lee Randall has added a wealth of experience to Jody Bevan’s backroom team after joining the Cinder Lane side as first team coach of the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division club.

Randall, who spent more than 10 years with Gloucester City, was assistant coach at Redditch United at the start of the 2018/19 season but has now joined the ranks at Fairford. He began his playing career at Celtic before joining Oldham Athletic. He then had spells with a number of non-league sides, including Slough Town with whom he reached the FA Trophy semi-final. After relocating to Gloucester, he joined the Tigers and had a long association with the club.

“I have been keeping an eye on things from afar” said Randall. “ But am delighted to be back in, part of the group with Jody, Reidy and Shaun is great. The lads know what I am about; I’ll be brutally honest and offer an opinion. It’s non-league football and the players are here for a reason, but what they’ll find at Fairford is that they’re part of a very good football club. Fairford do things exceptionally well for the level of football and the lads need to start repaying the people behind the scenes and how the club is run. I will give the lads plenty of motivation and a lot of honesty, supporting the management team that’s in place.”

Manager Jody Bevan was delighted to have secured Randall’s services at an important time of the Hellenic Premier Division season. “I’m delighted that Rands has agreed to join the coaching team at Fairford. He is somebody who I have tried to get involved for some time now and provides immense experience of the non-league game. We have known each other for a long time and share the same passion and belief in the standards and disciplines required to have a successful football club. His knowledge and character will be a huge asset in developing and nurturing the host of young players we now have in the first team squad at Cinder Lane.”


Bevan Keen To Push On - 5 October

Jody Bevan believes a tough start to Fairford Town’s Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division campaign won’t impact tomorrow’s trip to Ardley. Writes Shaun Reynolds in the Swindon Advertiser

Town sit bottom of the Premier Division having secured five points from their opening nine fixtures, while rivals Ardley have experienced better fortunes and sit mid-table with 15 points from 12.

After securing a draw against Windsor last weekend, Bevan is now keen to push on and register Fairford’s second away win of the season. He said: “Ardley have had a good start. We’re expecting it to be a tough test for us – especially away from home. We’ve had a tough start to the year results-wise. From what I’ve seen it’s a pretty even league – anyone can beat anyone. If a team can get on the right run then you can quickly find yourself shooting up the league.”

Bevan will be missing Ben Saunders (concussion) and Ben Lodge (ankle) for tomorrow’s clash but it otherwise in a strong position regarding team selection.

The Town boss admits having a squad of 21 helps his cause, particularly when it comes down to playing in the week when some players are in need of rest. “We’ve got a few out in defence,” said Bevan. “Ben Saunders is still recovering from concussion, which he picked up a couple of weeks ago. Ben Lodge is out too, he sprained an ankle in training 10 days ago. Other than that we have a clean bill of health. We’ve got 21 players in the squad, and we’ll be utilising it as best as we can. At the same time though we must aim to win every game.”


Build On First Victory? - 28 September

Fairford Town will hope to build on their first win by collecting their second win at home to Windsor tomorrow in the Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division.

Fairford had not won a game in the league this season up to last weekend at Abingdon United. 2-0 down at half time, three second half strikes earned Fairford the points, John Thomas scored the winner four minutes into injury-time to secure a valuable victory for the Cinder Lane side.

Striker Lee Smith has left Fairford by mutual consent due to work commitments having scored 22 goals in 45 games last season, captaining the side on 23 occasions and scoring twice in eight outings this season.


jody bevan hellenic football fairfordEager To Make Amends - 17 August

Fairford Town manager Jody Bevan is ready to unleash his side on Reading City this weekend after their midweek clash with Abingdon was cancelled.

Bevan’s side were due to play on Tuesday but were forced to reschedule as their counterparts were involved in FA Cup action.

After the disappointment of missing out on a fixture, Bevan says his players are eager to get back on the pitch.

“They’re desperate to play because we were disappointing in our FA Cup game last Saturday,” he said to Matt Davies in the Swindon Advertiser. “We didn’t get going in that one so we wanted to put it right on Tuesday, hopefully we can do that on Saturday. The players will be chomping at the bit. It’s going to be a tough game. Reading City are a team who have come out of nowhere. They seem to have a bit of clout and they’ve made a huge amount of changes from last season. We are under no illusions it will be another tough game and we will go there, as ever and look to win the game.”


Supermarine Test - 20 July

Fairford Town host Swindon Supermarine at Cinder Lane on Tuesday 24th July (7.45pm), with FREE entry for all supporters.

Reds manager Jody Bevan, going into his second season in charge at GL7, is looking forward to another testing encounter. “We had a very positive first 45 at Cirencester Town in midweek. I thought we matched them in a lot of areas and 2-0 down at the break was a harsh scoreline to be honest,” said Bevan. “As the second half progressed, lots of changes disrupted the flow and they picked us off in the second period with further replacements and tiredness.

“Overall, several players put in good performances and have given me food for thought. I was happy with how it went and we now look forward to the visit of Swindon Supermarine on Tuesday night which will give us further insight into where we’re at.”

Fairford Town FC Season Tickets for 2018/19 are now on sale priced at £45 for new Adults, £30 for renewals and FREE for those fans aged 16 and under. Visit www.fairfordtownfc.co.uk for more details.


Gloucestershire Pre-Season Game - 16 July

Football fans can enjoy a game on tomorrow evening as Cirencester Town host Fairford Town at The Corinium Stadium (7.45pm).

The game was due to be played at Cinder Lane but has been switched to give the surface more time to recover from the recent dry spell and high temperatures.

Entry is £3 Adult, £1 U16s with kick-off 7.45pm. Fairford, managed by former Ciren favourite Jody Bevan, have played two friendly matches so far with wins at Faringdon Town (5-3) and Newent Town (5-2) whilst the Centurions were beaten 4-0 by a strong Cheltenham Town side on Friday evening.

Image result for jamie reid fairfordReid Joins Cinder Lane Management - 7 June

Jamie Reid has been named assistant manager at Uhlsport Hellenic League Fairford Town.

The experienced former Gloucester City and Cirencester Town midfielder relinquished his position as player-manager of Hardwicke earlier this week and has agreed a switch to Cinder Lane, where he will link up with another former Centurion, Jody Bevan.

Reid is looking forward to a new chapter in his career, albeit in familiar surrounding after scoring once in two games for the Reds last season.

"Leaving Hardwicke is one of the toughest decisions I have had to make because I have good friends there and it’s a club with good people, I wouldn’t have left (Hardwicke) if I didn’t feel it was a project worth buying into, but Jody’s a top bloke and he’s well liked in football. Fairford is a well-run club and they’ve got good people behind the scenes there too. I played a few games for them last year and I enjoyed it, but now it’s a chance to continue that progression and hopefully help them push on.”

Reid made almost 100 appearances in Gloucester colours in two spells and adds considerable experience to the Fairford set-up, in terms of playing and coaching. Fairford boss Bevan is delighted to finally have his man: "I’m absolutely delighted to have got Jamie on board. He was the first person I thought of to replace Will Steadman once he had to step down in January due to family commitments. Jamie has performed incredibly well managing Hardwicke in the Gloucestershire County League over the last two seasons and brings a wealth of experience from his playing career in the Southern League where he was a teammate of mine at both Gloucester City and Cirencester Town.”

Bevan added: "Jamie will be a huge asset to both myself and the club both on and off the pitch. Whilst I do not expect Jamie to be playing every single game, he is only 30-years old and he has plenty to offer still and his knowledge, experience and know how is a huge boost to our existing squad. I know it has been a huge wrench for him to leave Hardwicke but I am really confident that by coming to Fairford, Jamie can push on and achieve success in both a playing and coaching capacity.”

Pre-season training will begin at Fairford on Tuesday 19th June, 7pm at Cinder Lane with new players welcome.


New Kit Suppier For Fairford - 5 June

Fairford Town Football Club announce that Zapkam will be the new kit supplier for the 2018/19 season in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division.

Zapkam, based in Stroud, will supply the club with a new home kit – as voted for by the club’s supporters in an online poll last month. The new home kit – pictured – will be worn for the first time for the first home Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division league match of the season.

Fairford Town Chairman, Stuart Pike commented: "Zapkam came to my attention via Jody Bevan who recommended the company. With Zapkam being a locally based business (Stroud), we were keen to forge a partnership with Will and Zapkam and keep our links with local businesses at the top of our commercial ethos.”

William Pedrick, Founder and Managing Director of Zapkam, added: "We are delighted to start working with Fairford Town and look forward to a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship.”

About Zapkam

Zapkam was originally founded by William Pedrick with the aim to provide high quality sports wear at a fair price. William founded the company as a result of buying a pair of goalkeeper gloves for over £50.00, which used up all of his Birthday money at nine years old. The gloves fell apart after the first use but both the brand and the retailer, from which he had purchased them, refused to replace the gloves.

Zapkam now has a massive product range of clothing and equipment stretching across many sports. The company has become a specialist at manufacturing custom made sports kits, in virtually any colour scheme and design imaginable. Amazingly, unlike so many other brands, Zapkam never discontinues its sports kit designs, so your organisation can create its own identity. If you regularly check our website, there are continuous developments and improvements being made to our product range and even the website itself.


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