First Team
Isthmian League Premier Division Tue 27 February Alcaline Stadium
Folkestone Invicta
Potters Bar

Potters Bar Town are the visitors on Saturday as Andy Drury’s side look to bounce back from Tuesday night’s dramatic draw with Cray Wanderers

Invicta News

Andy Drury added to his squad earlier in the week with the signing of goalkeeper Kai McKenzie-Lyle. The former Barnet, Cambridge United and Welling United keeper made his debut on Tuesday evening, with Joe Coleman suffering from a knock picked up in the win at Billericay Town.

Toby Byron will miss the fixture as he continues his suspension following his sending off against Hornchurch, Seidou Sanogo will be available with his suspension not coming into play until next week.

On Sunday our U18 side will host Margate at the Alcaline Stadium in an 11am kick off. Come along and give them your support.

From The Manager

Speaking ahead of the weekend Andy Drury said:

“The boys have done well this week, we should have had 6 points from our 2 games and we want to continue that form on Saturday against Potters Bar. It’s Important to get a win on the board in front of our fans.

We are coming out of a tough run of fixtures, not only against teams in good form and high up the table but also a busy period with midweek fixtures, but we are looking at 1 game a week until the end of the season now so we are looking forward to a bit of a breather following Saturday’s game.”


The sides drew 3-3 earlier in the season on a crazy night in Hertfordshire. An early Invicta lead was overturned, Invicta levelled but went behind again before half time. Potters Bar keeper Preston Edwards was sent off early in the 2nd half and without a keeper on the bench Potters Bar turned to left back Prosper Keto, with Invicta finding an equaliser but unable to go on and win the game.

Potters Bar picked up a rare win in this fixture last season. Flying high at the time, The Bar scored a controversial late winner that videos showed should have been flagged offside before Invicta were then denied a late penalty for handball.

That win is Potters Bar’s only win in 9 meetings between the sides since 2018. Invicta have won 5 and 3 have finished level.

The Opposition

Potters Bar currently sit 14th in the Isthmian Premier Division, with 34 points from 26 games, 2 places and 2 points above Invicta.

The Scholars are in decent form, picking up 7 points from their last 3 games as they beat relegation threatened Cheshunt and Concord Rangers before being held to a draw on Tuesday night by Carshalton who scored a late penalty.

Food & Drink

The Dugout kitchen will be open serving its new menu while there will also be a food truck inside the ground.

The Wilf Armory Bar will be open from 2pm.

Both cash & card are accepted on the turnstiles and inside the stadium.


The Dugout Sports Bar will be open showing all the day’s live sport including:

12:30 Manchester City v Everton
Ipswich v West Brom
17:30 Nottingham Forest v Newcastle
Bayer Leverkusen v Bayern Munich

After the match we welcome Marty Russell to The Dugout for live music.


All our fixtures are pay on the gate with no tickets sold in advance. Both cash and card are accepted on our turnstiles. Please arrive as early as possible to avoid queues at the turnstiles.

Adults (18-59) £12

(60+, Students with ID, Blue Light Card holders)

Disabled Supporters £9 (Carer FREE)
Young Adult (13-17) £6
Children (under 13) FREE
Folkestone Invicta Academy, Youth & Disability players (with ID) FREE