Aylesbury United FC

Formed in 1897, Aylesbury United Football Club - nicknamed 'The Ducks' - are the premier football team for the town of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, England. They currently compete in the Spartan South Midlands League Division One Midlands.

The club have a long and glorious history which has seen us as Champions of the Southern League, numerous appearances in the FA Cup first Round onwards, as well as hosting the England national team twice at our former Buckingham Road home.

In very recent times, things have been more difficult for the Ducks though. The club were made homeless in 2006 after the departure of former chairperson and have been forced to ground share out of town.

We currently lodge at Leighton Town's Bell Close stadium, in the neighbouring county of Bedfordshire and some 11 miles from Aylesbury.

Whilst we are grateful for the support shown by our landlords, the club are desperate to secure a return to their rightful home as soon as possible and the committee are continually working hard to fight for both this and the very survival of one of the country's most well known non-league clubs.

We are always looking for additional help and support with our goals, whether in the form of commercial aid through sponsorship, joining our Goal-den Goal competition, or just another face through the turnstiles by coming to a match. We're noted for being a friendly club and you'll be made to feel at home!

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Aylesbury United FC

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Leighton Town Football Club
Lake Street
Leighton Buzzard

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