END OF AN ERA FOR AN INCREDIBLE PLAYER
One of the best players to pull on the coveted Yellow shirt bids farewell
We are saddened to have to announce that striker Levi Landricombe has made the decision to end his time with the club.
Levi joined the Yellows back in December 2015 and instantly endeared himself to the Tivvy faithful by scoring on his debut in a 5-1 win over Didcot Town at Ladysmead and went on to score an impressive 122 goals in 174 games for the club.
Levi will be missed massively!
23/09/20 | 7.30pm | Ian Moorcoft Stadium
Tiverton Town FC
Dr Gavin Haig
PICTURE OF THE WEEK
Photo credit to Viv Curtis @vivcurtis
The summer of 1913 saw the birth of what is now Tiverton Town Football Club from the ashes of the recently demised rugby club. Honorary Secretary Sid Skinner proposed the change of code and the newly formed Tiverton Athletic played host to Exeter City at the Athletic Ground at the start of September for the inaugural match. City won 7-0 but the first Tiverton President Mr. Ford was already prepared to make the bold claim that the new team could become champions of the county. Those days were many years off, and the first season had barely been completed when war broke out and Tiverton Athletic were forced to adjourn their journey.