First Team
Isthmian League Premier Division Tue 19 March Cheshunt Stadium
Folkestone Invicta
  • Smith (21')
  • Sanogo (83')

Invicta head to Hertfordshire on Saturday for a huge clash in the Isthmian Premier Division 

Pitch Inspection

There will be a pitch inspection at 10:30am ahead of the match. 

Squad Update

Manager Andy Drury will hope to have a full squad to select from on Saturday for the first time in a number of weeks. 

Defender Toby Byron returns from a suspension that has left him on the sidelines for 4 weeks. 

Captain Ian Gayle returned for Tuesday night’s 0-0 draw with Potters Bar Town but was substituted at half time. 

Meanwhile Kane Penn departed this week due to work commitments. 

From The Manager

Manager Andy Drury spoke on Friday morning:

“We want to get on a decent run to take us towards the end of the season, unfortunately postponements have stalled our momentum this month but  after a point and a clean sheet on Tuesday night we want to go to Cheshunt and build on that with a win.”


With the hosts home kit being amber Invicta will line up in red & white striped shirts with red shorts and socks.


When the sides met at the Alcaline Stadium back in October Invicta ran out 2-1 winners thanks to goals from Luke Holness & Ibrahim Olutade.

Since The Ambers promotion to the Isthmian Premier Division in 2019, Invicta have made the trip to Theobold’s Lane twice, returning home with just a point from a 0-0 draw in 2021 after having been beaten 2-1 in October 2020. 

Invicta did win at Cheshunt Stadium back in 2016 in the FA Trophy, a 3-1 win with goals from Joe Taylor, Ashley Miller and Ian Draycott. 

The Opposition

Like Invicta, Cheshunt picked up a point midweek, drawing 1-1 with Kingstonian on Wednesday evening.  Nnamdi Nwachuku struck before half time for The Ambers before Eddie Dsane levelled the score 10 minutes from time. 

Having been relegated from the National South last summer, Cheshunt have struggled to find their footing back in the Isthmian League so far, sitting 19th with 24 points from 30 games. The curr3ntly leaves them sat 9 points below Invicta but with a game in hand.

The Venue


Always check rail times/strike action before you travel. 

Cheshunt Stadium is just a short walk from Theobolds Grove which is on the London Overground. National Rail services also run to Cheshunt and Waltham Cross although they are further from the stadium so a taxi or bus might be needed. 


Adults £12
Concession £8
Young Person (13-17) £4
Child (Under 12) £2