Maidstone United Football Club Statistics

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Maidstone United
Woolery, Attwood (2)
Sat 1st Feb

Attendance: 687

A fine away-win against fellow title contenders Kingstonian.

Maidstone United


Burgess Hill Town

(League Cup Quarter Final)

Smith G

Tue 4th Feb

Attendance: 548

Hopes of a league and cup double are still alive after a late goal from Gary Smith gave United the win and sends them through to the semi-final.  Both teams had already missed penalties prior to Smith’s goal

Maidstone United


Canvey Island


Sat 8th Feb

Attendance: 1794

Rooney makes an encouraging debut for MUFC.  The Ex Gillingham player looks like he will be a fine addition to the squad for Maidstone’s run in.  A late penalty from Collin keeps the Stones unbeaten home record intact.

Maidstone United


Cray Wanderers

Flisher A, Parkinson J, Attwood

Tue 11th Feb

Attendance: 1292

Not as comfortable as the score line might suggest, it took a couple of late goals to confirm the 3 points, but the Stones march on and stay top of the league.

Harrow Borough


Maidstone United

Akinola (2), Odametey, Osobu

Sat 15th Feb


Jay Saunders was not a happy man after this result – some sloppy defending leads to Maidstone’s first defeat of the month in a game that, on paper at least, they should have come away with at least one point from the game.



Maidstone United

(Postponed due to Waterlogged Pitch)

Tue 18th Feb

Attendance: –

Unsurprisingly, Billericay’s heavy pitch could not cope with the recent deluge.

Maidstone Utd


Wingate & Finchley

Mills, Collin, Parkinson J, Flisher A, Attwood

Sat 22nd Feb


A commanding performance from the Stones on a sunny February afternoon, Luke Rooney again showed his class with a fine all round performance.

Maidstone Utd


Grays Athletic

(League Cup Semi-Final)

Attwood(3), Robertson (2), Parkinson D



Tue 25th Feb


A Hat-trick from Zac Attwood helps to send Maidstone into the League Cup final, but it was the impressive performance of the younger Academy players that Jay has shown faith in which was perhaps most pleasing.  The future looks bright for the Stones.


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