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Established
1992 (29 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Gallagher Stadium
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Location
Maidstone, Kent, England

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League
English National League South

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23 Jan 21 St Albans   -  Maidstone
26 Jan 21 Tonbridge Angels   -  Maidstone
30 Jan 21 Maidstone   -  Bath City
06 Feb 21 Hampton &   -  Maidstone
09 Feb 21 Maidstone   -  Dorking Wanderers

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19 Jan 21 Maidstone  0 - 2  Braintree Town
12 Jan 21 Eastbourne Borough  2 - 3  Maidstone
09 Jan 21 Hungerford Town  2 - 1  Maidstone
05 Jan 21 Dulwich Hamlet  P - P  Maidstone
02 Jan 21 Maidstone  P - P  Tonbridge Angels

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Maidstone United Football Club is a professional English football club based in Maidstone, Kent. They currently compete in the National League, the fifth tier of English football.
The current club filled the void left by the old Maidstone United, which was a member of The Football League between 1989 and 1992. That club was forced out of the league through bankruptcy but the nucleus of a new club was built around the youth squad.

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Maidstone United play their home games at The Gallagher Stadium, James Whatman Way, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1LQ.

After the original club folded, the new Maidstone United played their games on a pitch behind a Mormon meeting house, which had originally been the MUFC reserves and training pitch – just metres from where the old ground had been. Promotion to the Kent League in 2001 meant the club had to move away yet again as the current ground was nowhere near up to standard. The club had earmarked James Whatman Way as the site of a new ground in Maidstone, but until this was built they would have to groundshare outside the town. Maidstone played for a year at Sittingbourne's old Central Park stadium before relocating, along with the "Brickies", to Bourne Park, a converted training pitch behind the main Central Park complex. Unable to generate the funds to build at Whatman Way, The Stones stayed at Bourne Park until 2009, before moving to groundshare with Ashford Town, citing favourable rent and a cut of food and bar takings as the reason for the move. The move to Ashford caused a sharp dip in attendances and the club returned to ground share at Bourne Park for the 2011–12 season; however the club finally moved into James Whatman Way, known as the Gallagher Stadium, at the start of the 2012–13 season.

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