Fleetwood Town FC hosted two of the Blackpool and Fylde Sunday Football Alliance Divisional Cup finals last weekend.
A dramatic final day of the season saw AFC Wimbledon clinch their place in League Two at Fleetwood Town’s expense.
There is just one game left of our inaugural Football League season, but voting for the Supporter' Player of the Season award gets underway today.
Despite a season’s best of 3705, Fleetwood Town ended their home campaign regretting missed chances as Chesterfield demonstrated how unforgiving the npower League 2 can be
Fleetwood Town’s play-off hopes are all-but over after they went down 2-1 to Rotherham United in a highly-charged atmosphere at the New York Stadium.
Fleetwood Town’s dramatic announcement regarding season ticket prices for 2013/14 is having the desired effect among the Cod Army as supporters new and old are snapping up the offer before the price rise in June.
Andy Mangan missed a penalty and Nathan Pond was sent off as Fleetwood slipped to a disappointing home defeat to Rochdale; a further blow to any chances of claiming a play-off spot.
Town unbeaten over the Easter period
Barry Corr’s late header snatched a draw for Southend to deny Fleetwood Town an away win
Fleetwood Town and npower League 2 leaders Gillingham fought out an entertaining draw in front of 3033 on a bright afternoon at Highbury, a result which mirrored the match at the Priestfield Stadium in December.
Despite going behind to an early penalty, Fleetwood Town responded to gain their first Highbury win for two months courtesy of goals from Junior Brown, his 12th of the season, and Gareth Evans, his first for the club.
Fleetwood Town’s play-off chances took a significant blow on Tuesday night, as they suffered a 2-0 defeat to a struggling Barnet, who looked to increase their own chances of playing League football next year.
Fleetwood Town now lie six points outside the play-off places after a disappointing defeat against Plymouth Argyle at Home Park in front of 62 members of the travelling Cod Army contingent.
Midfielder Believes Play-Off Dream Remains Intact
Jon Parkin fired Fleetwood back into the play-off mix with his second hat-trick of the season.
Fleetwood Town needed a win to keep them in touch with the play-off positions but their hard work, particularly in the second half, was unable to break Exeter City’s defence and they finished with their eighth home draw of the season against one of the league’s form teams on the road.
A last-gasp goal from Anthony Stewart earned Wycombe Wanderers a narrow win over Fleetwood Town, who were desperately unfortunate to leave Adams Park empty-handed.
Cheltenham Town secured their seventh draw in their last ten games as Fleetwood Town equalised a first half strike from Marlon Pack with a bullet header from substitute Junior Brown in front of a crowd of 2031.
Fleetwood Town finished the game with nine men after both Jamie McGuire and Alan Goodall were sent off in a fiery encounter at the EBB Stadium watched by 2,032 supporters, made up of 73 members of the travelling Cod Army.
Burton Albion exacted revenge on Fleetwood Town in a match that hinged on a moment as keeper Scott Davies was sent off in the second half for bringing down Jacques Maghoma on the edge of the penalty area
Fleetwood Town reached 50 points for the season after recording a double over Oxford United in the space of seventeen days.
John Parkin's third goal in three games handed Fleetwood a vital three points as they overcame Torquay United at Plainmoor.
Fleetwood Town and Capital Cup finalists Bradford City competed strongly, eventually sharing the points in a 2-2 draw before a crowd of 3577 at Highbury
Debut goals from Jamille Matt and Ryan Crowther and a late third from Jon Parkin gave Fleetwood Town a deserved sixth home win of the season, denting an Oxford United unbeaten run stretching back to 17th November
Fleetwood Town succumbed to a 0-3 home defeat against the division's bottom club Bristol Rovers in a disappointing afternoon at Highbury.
Graham Alexander tasted defeat for the first time as a manager, in his sixth game, as Northampton Town continued their fine run of home form to collect their ninth league win at the Sixfields Stadium.
David Ball scored after 26 minutes when he turned in Junior Brown's free-kick from the right.
Graham Alexander has still to concede a goal at Highbury as he saw his Fleetwood Town side share the spoils in the War of the Roses game against a lively York City who caused problems throughout with their pace and movement
Graham Alexander will have had no better Christmas present than his first win as Fleetwood Town’s manager.
Fleetwood missed the chance to give Graham Alexander his first win in charge after letting a two-goal lead slip at Gillingham.