AFC Sudbury were officially formed in 1999, Following the amalgamation of Sudbury Town and Sudbury Wanderers. Since forming, They have won the East Counties Premier Division five times in a row as well as reaching the final of the FA Vase three times in a row. These are currently records for both competitions.
AFC Sudbury suffered an indifferent start to the season, drawing with Canvey Island and beating Aveley before defeats to Dereham Town and Mildenhall Town. Despite the bumpy start to the season they certainly improved as the season progressed, picking up wins against Waltham Abbey, Tilbury and Bowes & Pitsea amongst others. They will certainly be looking to improve on their 12th place finish and have a stronger season in the 18/19 season.
AFC Sudbury welcomed Barking to King’s Marsh Stadium on January 20 and slipped to a 3-1 defeat. Goals from Ryan Horne and Joe Whight doing the damage in the first half. We managed a reply in the second half through a Billy Jones’ penalty but the damage had already been done in the first half.
Our complete senior record against AFC Sudbury is P2 W1 D1 L1 F2 A3.
The Kings Marsh Stadium was previously owned by Sudbury Wanderers and now homes the amalgamated AFC Sudbury. The stadium boasts a 2,500 capacity with 200 seats. Following the clubhouse opening in 1985, this was followed up with floodlights in 1992 and the 200 seater stand which exists today. More information can be found here.