Royston Town will start their FA Cup campaign for 2020 at home following the draw for the first qualifying round.
Royston Town will open the new Southern League Premier Division Central season at home after the fixtures for 2020-2021 were revealed.
Fans will be allowed back into non-league football grounds from this weekend – providing they stay below a maximum capacity.
Royston Town boss Steve Castle has praised the club’s two new signings for the speed at which they have settled in at Garden Walk – saying that is vital if the Crows are to achieve their goals this season.
Royston Town will go into next season without the services of Claudio Ofosu – after the winger signed a deal with National League Hartlepool United.
Royston Town have set their stall out for a in no uncertain terms after the signings of Isaac Galliford and Jonathan Edwards – they want that Southern League title.
Royston Town have announced a packed pre-season schedule ahead of an expected start in the Southern League on September 19.
The final whistle has blown on Royston Town FC’s crowdfunding campaign – with a whopping £25,000 raised to help Keep The Crows Flying.