Mildenhall Fen Tigers

Built in 1971 on farmland owned by Terry Waters, the track moved to a second area on the same farm in 1973. After running as a training track, Mildenhall entered the National League in 1975 before winning the League title in 1979.

Info

Nickname: Fen Tigers

Club Colours: Black and Gold

Track Size: 260 metres

Track Record: 49.7 Steve Boxall June 14 2013

Facilities :Bar, fast food, including fish and chips. Grass banking down back straight and main stand

Founded: 1975

Contact details

Address:
Mildenhall Stadium
Hayland Drove, West Row
Mildenhall,
Suffolk
IP28 8QU

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Telephone: 07876 142501

Website: www.mildenhallfentigers.co.uk

Promoter

Chris Louis

Honours

  • National League champions 1979, 2012
  • National League KO Cup winners 2011, 2012
  • Four team championship 1984, 1987, 2004
  • Conference League champions 2003, 2004
  • Conference KO Cup winners 2003, 2004
  • Conference Trophy winners 2002, 2004

Manager

Kevin Jolly

Mildenhall Fen Tigers

Mon, 16:48
Sam Bebee made a superb debut for the Fen Tigers as a 15-year-old.

Mildenhall Fen Tigers just lost out to the Eastbourne Eagles in a superb KO Cup tie between two well-matched teams, that went down to the wire over this weekend’s two meetings.

Thursday, April 21, 2016
The Fen Tigers speedway press day at Mildenhall Stadium, West Row. The Cubs Back L-R: Taylor Hampshire, Robert Parker, William O'Keefe, Sam Bebee, Front L-R: Alex Spooner and Connor King.

Mildenhall Fen Tigers boss Kevin Jolly has issued an early season statement of intent giving local 15-year-old Sam Bebee the call up for this weekend’s KO Cup ties against the Eastbourne Eagles.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Mildenhall Fen Tigers 57-33 Isle of Wight Raiders.
National Trophy.
Mildenhall Stadium.
17 April 2016.
Jon Armstrong (black helmet), Robert Parker (red)

The ‘KJM’ Fen Tigers shone in the April sunshine as they relentlessly went about their business to beat the Isle of Wight Warriors 57-33.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Fenland Fours.
Mildenhall Stadium.
3 April 2016.
 Joe Jacobs (red) falls after colliding with Paco Castagna (white)

With a bright April day, a well prepared track and a big crowd on the terraces, everything was set fair for Mildenhall’s delayed opening fixture of 2016, and the assembled cast certainly didn’t fail to deliver the goods to their expectant audience.

Previous Top Riders

  • Bob Coles
  • Robert Henry
  • Mel Taylor
  • Dave Jessup
  • Jon Armstrong
  • Mick Bates
  • Ray Bales

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