About the Club

Hello and welcome to the website for Kingsbury Town Football Club. This season there will only be one team playing at our Silver Jubilee Park Stadium. They are the London Tigers. Most Tuesdays and Saturdays you will find them team playing at home. Have a look at the football diary for dates. Best of luck to Kingsbury London Tigers for 2007/08!

Kingsbury London Tigers are the first team for Kingsbury Town. They are playing in the Molten Spartan South Midlands Football League in the Premier Division.

Reformation of the Club

FC Kingsbury has now split into two. One side has now been formed into Kingsbury Town Vets who will be playing monthly at Kingsbury Town FC. The other side has now merged with Kings United, also from the same league. They will now be playing at Bushey Met Club.

We have been very busy for the last year with functions in our clubhouse. We find once in a while time to play a friendly game of bingo, but we don't bet. There are lots of new bingo sites compared for internet gamblers. Many Thanks and we hope to see you soon. Kingsbury Town FC

Team Management

The Manager - Valdas Dambrauskas
The Assistants - Antil Patel and Giorgi Minashvili
The Physio - Sharon Heidaripour
Hon. Secretary - Mesba Ahmed
Hon. Matchday Secretary - Mike Wilkins

Current News for Kingsbury Town

12.09.07 - Diary Dates in the Media updated
12.08.07 - Diary Dates updated and First Report for KLT
02.03.07 - Diary Dates and website updated
08.01.07 - Diary Dates and website updated
04.12.06 - Diary Dates updated for January
28.11.06 - Diary Dates updated for December
29.10.06 - Diary Dates have been updated for the month of November

Latest Kingsbury Town Matches

The games of this season are going well. Read more about the club matches listed below. We thank the betting sponsors for their support. You can find casino slot machines to play without download software on their site.

Biggleswade United 0v3 Kingsbury London Tigers
Saturday 1st March 2008

This match was very difficult to play in due to high winds and both sides struggled to control pass which were drifting past their intended targets helped on by the wind. With the wind behind them, Kingsbury didn’t trouble the keeper too often. But Biggleswade made the best chance of the half when Nathan Hilaire put in a cross from the left wing which Marc Holmes was only inches away from putting into the net at the far post. Kingsbury’s best chances fell to Marco Tagbasumi and Sirak Beyene whose shots both went wide. In the second half Kingsbury picked up the pace and took the game to Biggleswade. With the wind in their faces it seemed to suit their game and passes started going to feet, which in turn created more chances.
Marco Tagbasumi made a break down the right an put in a deep cross to the far post where Terence Cariba saved the ball from going out and returned it to the centre where Sirak Beyene was on hand to slot it into the net in the 59th minute. Right from the kick off Kingsbury went on the attack again and Adriano Gomes Marques was brought down in the penalty area in the 60th minute. Please use this section if you want find us! From the subsequent spot kick Tarik Ellekhlifi calmly strode up to place the ball in the bottom corner for the second of the game. Kingsbury continued to press and Beyene, substitutes Hardy Moreiro and Aderito Manuel and Tagbasumi all failed to make the most of their chances late in the game to extend the lead. But the score remained 2-0 at the final whistle although Biggleswade had the ball in the net it was ruled offside.

Hertford Town 2 v 1 Kingsbury London Tigers
Saturday 29th December 2007

The pitch had a large effect on this match as both sides had difficulty controlling the ball and keeping their feet. But they managed to put on a good display between them in the end. At the beginning it looked as though Hertford might win well but Kingsbury stood firm throughout the early onslaught and slowly started to take control. Kingsbury won a free kick about 40 yards out which was taken by Hardy Moreiro and his shot rocketed towards goal and only the agility of keeper Lee Robinson enabled him to get his fingertips to the ball and direct it over the bar. Then in the 36th minute a hopeful long ball out of defence caught Kingsbury napping and Ryan Redford followed it through and slotted home past helpless keeper Siki Kambila. Through the course of the match Kambila pulled off several top saves to keep Kingsbury in the match. In the second half Kingsbury’s flowing football tore through Hertfords’ defence in the 53rd minute for their goal. The move was started in midfield when Adriano Gomes Marques picked up a loose ball and drove forward towards the Hertford penalty area and a slide rule pass in to Joel Pardal left two defenders for dead, then Pardals’ quick pass to Renars Zarchenko left the rest of the defence and the keeper in no mans land and Zarchenko had the easy job of tapping home the equalizer. The match was closely fought for the rest of the half but it was only in the 98th minute that Hertford were able to get their winner. After a cross ball from the left somehow reached Paul Goss on the far post. And he slid the ball home for the winner.
Kingsbury London Tigers: S Kambila A Quiyum T Cariba T Ellekhlifi M Lansiquot A Gomes Marques E Cata K Davies H Moreiro J Pardal R Zarchenko  Subs: S Obeid E Almieda I Lockhert D Greenwood