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Wings add three to squad ahead of Hungerford at PVR

Welling United will play last season’s high flyers Hungerford Town at Park View Road on Saturday, kick off 3:00pm. The Wings come into the game after a battling 0-0 draw at Eastbourne Borough on Tuesday night and are also unbeaten in two matches after previously drawing 3-3 at Park View Road against Bognor, a game where they had chances to run up a cricket score but were indebted to Joe Healy for grabbing a draw in the second half with a trademark long range strike.

Hungerford are 2 points ahead of the Wings, Town come to Park View Road on the back of consecutive 2-0 defeats (at home to Hemel and away at Oxford).

Ahead of the game the Wings have brought in 26 year old forward Lloyd Macklin from Met Police, Macklin is a strong forward with pace and can play as a striker or winger and he got off the mark for Met Police with a brace of goals in the opening game of the season vs Worthing. Lloyd had previously played for Swindon Town, Torquay United and Basingstoke Town. Also joining is 21 year old midfielder Jack Jebb from Vanarama National outfit Sutton United, Jack started out at Arsenal as a youngster before moving on to Stevenage, Newport County and then Sutton United. The third new singing sees 23 year old winger Jeffrey Monakana join on loan from Vanarama National side Sutton United, Jeffrey made over 50 appearances for Preston North End as well as being at Arsenal, Brighton and Aberdeen among his previous clubs. Welcome to our new players who go straight into tomorrow’s squad.
The Wings Bar is the place to be tomorrow as its £3 a pint and the Wings Bar will be showing Swansea City vs Manchester United on Sky Sports on many HD screens before the Wings game vs Hungerford Town. The Wings Bar will also be selling Atomic Blonde real ale.

Get behind the boys vs Hungerford from the start if you are coming to the game.

Come on you Wings.

Supporters coach to Braintree

You can now book your seat for the supporter’s coach to Braintree on Tuesday evening September 5th, costs will be as follows

35 people. WUSA adults £13

40 people WUSA adults £11

45 people WUSA adults £10

WUSA kids will be £5 cheaper and non members are £5 extra.

We will need names and numbers in pretty quick as it’s just over 3 weeks away. Please can you email

Wings looking to get off the mark vs Rocks

Bognor Regis Town are the visitors to Park View Road on Saturday. The Rocks have 4 points from their opening two league matches after beating Bath City at home 3-2 last Saturday and then drawing 2-2 at Poole in midweek.

The Wings are still looking for their first points after a 3-2 defeat at Truro City on Saturday and a 1-0 defeat at home to Chelmsford City on Tuesday, they will feel they could have easily been sitting on 4 points themselves.

The Wings bars on the Welling United side of the ground will be selling Butcombe real ale on Saturday.


Adults £12
Over 65s £8
12-17 £5
Under 12s with an Adult FREE
Seating in either Grandstand (over 1000 seats) £2

Wings entertain Chelmsford City tonight at PVR

After losing to an injury time goal away at Truro on Saturday, the Wings will look to beat title favourites Chelmsford City at Park View Road tonight, kick off 7:45pm. The Clarets started the season with a 2-0 victory at home to Gloucester City on Saturday thanks to a brace from ex Greenock Morton striker Kudus Oyenuga .

The Wings came from 2-0 down at Truro to equalise via a brace of their own from player-manager Jamie Coyle, it was not enough… as despite the Wings looking like going on to claim a win after a half time formation change, it was the hosts who celebrated a welcome 3 points after an injury time cross sailed into the net from River Allen.

If you are coming this evening, make lots of noise and get behind the players, the Wings bars are open on the Welling United side of the ground and there are also two seated grandstands for you to purchase seats after entering the ground.

Make sure you visit the Club Shop in the cabin in the car park for this season’s kit and much more merchandise.

#COYW #wearewings


New Manager, New Sponsor, New Beginnings and New Season

The Wings kick off the 2017-18 National League South season today with an away trip to Truro City, kick off 3:00pm.

It will be player / manager Jamie Coyle’s first competitive match in charge for the Wings. The Wings also welcome SECO Construction as new main sponsors for 2017-18 after agreeing a deal to become our headline sponsors. We will have a feature on SECO Construction  on the official website over the coming days and update the branding around the site to reflect our new partnership with SECO Construction as we gather the artwork.

SECO Construction representatives are pictured above with the Wings first team squad at last Saturday’s photo call at Park View Road.

To follow the action at Treyew Road today for the season opener, follow the club’s twitter @wellingunited. There will also be HD highlights on WingsTV over the next day or so.

Coyle signs Christian Nanetti

Welling United player/manager Jamie Coyle has strengthened his squad by bringing 25 year old winger Christian Nanetti back to Park View Road, the diminutive Italian winger left Park View Road for a spell at Cork City last season but it was a short spell in Ireland as he left due to being unable to force his way into their starting line up.

Jamie Coyle was pleased to snap up Nanetti this afternoon “Christian will give us an outlet on the left hand side and his excellent crossing abilities should create chances for us. He is two footed and offers us options in attack as he can play on either wing and in other attacking positions. Hes skilful and productive and has looked good in training with us despite having not played recently. He knows the club well having been here last season where he made a good impression, i am pleased to have signed him for this season.

Nanetti has signed subject to the Wings getting International clearance after his spell in Ireland.

Open training session and Nike kit launch day at PVR

On Saturday 29th July the club will be holding an open training session from 11:15am at PVR. Everyone is welcome to attend to watch the team train, with the snack bar and Wings bar also open.

At midday, you will be able to have your photo taken with the team in the style of the usual team photo. This will be available for just £15 with all money going into Jamie Coyle’s boost the budget fund.

The new Wings Nike kit for 2017-18 will be launched on the day and will be available to buy in the club shop.

The players will also be around afterwards if you wish to talk with them.

If you are interested in being in a  team photo then please email

Come down to the ground on the day as it is sure to be an entertaining day where the Wings open the doors for their supporters to go behind the scenes, meet the players and buy the new Nike kit.

Here we go, Its the Wings at home to Charlton Athletic on Saturday

Welling United welcome their good friends and neighbours Charlton Athletic to Park View Road on Saturday. The fixture has become a pre season tradition and has been referred to as such by Charlton managers, The game kicks off at 3:00pm and you can still get a ticket at discounted rates.

Tickets can be bought from the office at the ground before 11:30am tomorrow at the following rates:

Adults £13

Over 60s / U16s £8

Under 12s £3

You can pay at the gate as normal with prices £15 / £10 / £5. You can sit in either grandstand for £2 extra once you are inside the stadium.

The Wings bars will be open on the Welling United side of the ground, with Real Ale from Fullers in the shape of Summer Ale on sale.

In anticipation of tomorrow’s big game for the Wings we spoke to Wings boss Jamie Coyle on Friday afternoon to get his thoughts.


“First of all I would like to thank Karl Robinson and his staff for bringing his squad down to play tomorrow and wish him all the success this season, it’s a friendly I played in a few years back for us and I know the players and the fans always enjoy this one.

Over the last three weeks we have seen a number of trialists in both training sessions and friendly games at Welling Town, Bedfont Sports and Phoenix  Sports, where some have done well and others slightly struggled.

After Saturday’s game we will be making a decision on all of them that remain so we can start working even harder on the training ground with the squad that we envisage working with come August 5th, which also allows us to start increasing the amount of minutes each player gets in the forthcoming pre-season fixtures.

Tuesday was a very worth while game at Phoenix where again we had a mixture in both halves of trialists and first team players and as expected looked rather rusty and disjointed. The main objective was to get 45 minutes in the players legs and also see how some of the trialists interacted with our current players. Clearly some were out of their depth, while others done really well and will be involved in the game tomorrow.

I hope you all enjoy the game tomorrow


Millwall X1 friendly added

The Wings will welcome back regular pre season visitors Millwall to Park View Road for a friendly on Monday 31st July, kick off 7:45pm.

The friendly will should see Alfie Pavey playing against his former side, the Wings striker joined from the New Den earlier in the summer. Admission details will be confirmed and posted on the official website ahead of the game. It will be pay on the gate on the night.