The latest news from the Dover Atheltic Academy, Dover Athletic Football Official website and Abbey School Website.
ACADEMY MANAGERS REPORT
Mike Sandmann provides his end of season report on the progress made in the past 12 months by the club's Academy players, which has seen a young squad mature and develop quickly.
JOIN THE ACADEMY
Dover Athletic are inviting fresh talent to join the club's Academy for next season, benefiting from daily professional coaching and A-Level education at the Abbey School in Faversham.
DAFC ACADEMY TRIALS
We would like to invite any Under-16 / Year 11 students to the Dover Athletic Academy trials, which will be held at the Abbey School in Faversham on Thursday 21st February.
Whites' young Academy team have found the going tough at times in the first half of the season but boss Mike Sandmann is encouraged by their development. The team won 2-0 at Basingstoke on Monday.
ACADEMY DEFEAT READING
Dover Athletic Academy claimed its first win of the season at Reading on Wednesday. Goals from Luke Fewsdale, David Pilcher and Harry Brown gave the team a 3-0 victory.
ACADEMY FIGHT FOR DRAW
Whites' youngsters fought hard for a draw at in form side Bromley this week. Under pressure for long periods, the Academy defended bravely. Report by man of the match Wes Miller:
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News from doverathletic.com
TICKET PRICES ANNOUNCED Dover Athletic has today confirmed Season Ticket and General Admission prices for next season. Season Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday.
STEVE BROWN DEPARTS First-team coach Steve Brown has left the club after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent. The club would like to thank Steve for his work over the past two years and wish him all the best.
ACADEMY MANAGERS REPORT Mike Sandmann provides his end of season report on the progress made in the past 12 months by the club's Academy players, which has seen a young squad mature and develop quickly.
SALISBURY MATCH GALLERY Simon Harris captured the ups and downs of Sunday's play-off final tie at Salisbury, including the goal celebrations, 800-strong Dover support and post-match commiserations. Gallery:
SALISBURY MATCH REPORT "Chris Kinnear should be proud of his team's fight, drive and passion to take Sunday's match right down to the wire" reports Camilla Harvey on Whites' play-off final defeat at Salisbury:
10 MEN EDGED OUT Whites just missed out on promotion at Salisbury on Sunday, losing 3-2 after extra time. The team fought bravely after Daryl McMahon's sending off to force extra time but Salisbury were too strong in the end.