We Are Sad To Announce The Passing Of *Peter Wells*

The club are really sad to announce the passing of Peter Wells after a long illness 

Peter was a life Vice President of the club and a true gentleman and a top sportsman. 

Peter served the club in many ways over a very long period of time.

Our thoughts are with Penny this wife and their children Gavin and Alison, as well as other family and friends at this very sad time.

The funeral arrangements are as follows - Worthing Crematorium   Thursday 28 June 3pm then Arundel FC

RIP Pete X


Arundel FC Players Awards 2017-18

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(Above) Alex Biggs - Managers Player Of The Year

(Above) Jordan Dudas - Players Player of The Year & Supporters Player

(Above) Elliot Dollner - Young Player Of The Year

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(1st Team Awards 2017-18)

Managers Player: Alex Biggs

Players Player: Jordan Dudas

Young Player: Elliot Dollner 

Top Scorer: Dion Jarvis

Goal Of The Season: Josh Biggs

Supporters Player - Jordan Dudas

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(Reserve Team Awards 2017-18)

Managers Player: Nathan Madgwick

Players Player: Scott Callaghan

Top Scorer: Luke Richards

Goal Of The Season: George Bird

All Change at the helm for 2018-19 season

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All change at Arundel FC - Arundel 1stManager & Assistant Manager Switch Roles

Richard Towers,after steering Arundel FC to ‘Premier League’ safety hands over his 1stteam manager job to his assistant Simon Hull due to work commitments. However, Richard will be assistant manager to Simon Hull,to retain consistency within the management team at the club.

Everyone at the club would like to thank Richard for all of his hard-work this season, and also wish Simon the best of luck for the coming 2018-19 season.

From The Bench - Simon Hull

I’m delighted to have been given the opportunity to Manage Arundel. It’s a wonderful Club with great people involved on and off the pitch.

It’s a challenge I’m really looking forward to and I hope we can put some smiles on the faces of the loyal supporters that back us week in week out.

Rich will still be around although work commitments may limit Rich’s time.

Rich’s invaluable experience and knowledge is something I will definitely be leveraging over the coming season. Rich has done a tremendous job at Arundel in his spells here and is greatly respected by all at the club.

I hope to add a couple of fresh faces to the exciting young squad we have here and play some expansive free flowing football when the opportunity permits.

I believe the experience of last season’s struggles will ultimately help the squad and strengthen us as a group.

We will all work hard as a group and aim to improve on this season and target a mid table or above finish and a decent cup run would be nice.

My playing career was based in Kent 25 years ago representing my County at youth level and later Bromley Fc.

Previous Management Roles:

Barnham Trojans U15’s 2014-2015 Arun & Chichester Div A League Champions

Barnham Trojans U16’s 2015-2016 Sussex Sunday Youth League 6th

Wick Under 18’s 2016-2017 County League 5th

Wick Under 21’s Manager & First Team Assistant 2017

Arundel Assistant Manager Sept 2017-2018

Arundel FC – New Marketing Manager – Tom Nicholls

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Everyone at Arundel FC would like to welcome our new ‘Marketing Manager’

Thomas will help the Club to work closely with local businesses and community groups, to increase attendances and boost sponsorship, hospitality and event income.

He currently is also working for 180 Group as Marketing Manager, Thomas spends most of his working week designing websites and marketing local businesses and he is excited to join the team at Arundel FC.

“With the Club being an essential part of the town, it is time to also make further progress off the pitch and build a successful future which involves everybody in Arundel and the close surrounding areas”

Richard Towers – From The Bench – The Season So Far

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Richard Towers is looking for his Arundel Football Club squad to build on the momentum from a fine end to 2017. Mullets won three of the final five Southern Combination League Premier Division games last year - a run which saw them climb off the bottom and into 16th.

Arundel were due to have the chance to continue their fine form with a league clash at place-below rivals Worthing United on Saturday. However, a waterlogged pitch meant the match was postponed.

Towers admits an unsettled squad played a major part in Mullets’ poor start but believes young talent brought in over the past few months has helped. Arundel manager Towers stepped down back in September - only to reverse his decision and rejoin the club less than a week later. Results started to pick up towards the end of the year and Towers hopes they start 2018 well at home to AFC Uckfield Town on Saturday.

He said: “It was a tough start to the season but we’ve started to pick up now. All along I’ve believed we’re good enough to be in and around the mid-table, which recent results have shown. “The young players that have joined as the season has gone on are continuing to learn and adapt to this level. It was always going to take time for the squad to gel but now I think we are growing as a team. “We’ve worked hard to move up the table, it’s about capitalising and making the most of the position we’ve got ourselves in.” Towers has further bolstered his squad with the addition of winger Jake Ebbling from rivals Wick.

Mullets manager Towers worked with Ebbling during his time at Crabtree Park and believes he’ll be a good addition. He added: “Jake will be a good addition in more ways than one. He someone who enjoys the coaching side, so we’ll look to get him more involved in training. “With such a young squad, I don’t think you can ever have too many coaches, so we’ll look to get him involved helping the younger players. “Jake will add a little bit of experience on the playing side of things as well.

“I’ve been really pleased with how we’ve done over the last month or so and the aim is to continue that now. It’s about making sure the younger members of the squad keep up the good levels


Micky Peters Sadly Passes Away.*Funeral & Wake Details Now Added*

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Arundel Fc would like to acknowledge the very sad loss of Micky Peters over the Christmas period. 

Micky will always be remembered at Arundel for his outstanding services to the club as a Player, Manager, Chairman and President in the past.

The club sends it's sincere condolences to Micky's family and friends at this very sad time. 

The funeral details are as follows - Those wishing to attend the funeral, it is Friday 19th January (10am) at 'The Downs' Crematorium, Brighton 

Everyone is invited and welcome to join in, to raise a glass in the celebration of Micky's life after the ceremony.  VENUEThe Downs Hotel,Warren Road, Woodingdean, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 6BB


‘Scott Tipper’ hangs up his boots 11/11/2017

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After 11 fantastic years service to Arundel FC, Scott Tipper has decided to hang-up his boots and spend more time with his young family. Scott ‘Tipps’ has always shown a superb attitude and has captained the side on many occasions, as well as scoring endless amounts of goals, and has picking up a fair share of club trophies over the years he's been at the club.

Everyone at the club sends Scott and his family there very best wishes and look forward to seeing him from time to time up the club watching Arundel play.

You will be greatly missed by us all BIG man.

Arundel appoint Simon Hull as the new 1st team number two

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Simon Hull, who has joined a team with just one win in all competitions so far this season, admitted the draw of a role within the senior game was too good to turn down. Richard Towers first met his new assistant during his time at Wick when Hull oversaw the under-18 team at Crabtree Park.

He was most recently under-21 manager of Wick, before deciding to become number two at Arundel. The 40-year-old knows the size of task facing both he and Towers but has every confidence they’ll turn things around.

He said: “I’ve been involved in age group management for a period but when this opportunity came up I felt it was too good to refuse. “I knew Richard from his time at Wick and in the past two jobs he’s kept teams up. He came in at Wick and turned things around, then kept Arundel up last season after coming in at Christmas. “The current Arundel team is new to me but I’ve enjoyed my short time with the team.”