Maidstone United FC

Their nickname is The Stones and their club colours are yellow and black. Outdoors they play in a combination of white and black. The original club was founded in 1897, but went bust in 1992 after the club was unable to financially manage in the Football League Fourth Division (the predecessor of the current League Two) and ceased operations there after three seasons. It should be added that they reached this fourth highest competition in English football by direct promotion from the Conference National, only the 3rd club in history.

The home town of the English club was the town of Maidstone in the metropolitan county of Kent, which is also true of the newly founded Maidstone Invicta FC, which was renamed after the original club immediately afterwards and has been making modern history since 1992. The original club played at Athletic Group stadiums and later London Road, where the current club started. However, it currently plays at Gallagher Stadium, which has a capacity of 4,200. The club currently operates in the National League South.

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Maidstone United FC - Last 10 matches

Date Home Away Halftime Result
15.11.2016 Rochdale AFC Maidstone United FC 0 : 0 2 : 0
06.11.2016 Maidstone United FC Rochdale AFC 0 : 0 1 : 1

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