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Folkestone Invicta F.C. and 105.9 Academy FM Folkestone have announced a partnership that will see the club’s activities reported regularly on the radio.

105.9 Academy FM is the Community Radio station for Folkestone.

Over the next few weeks the station will start to carry regular Invicta updates and live match reports. Every Tuesday afternoon, Cliff Egan from Invicta will review the previous weekend’s matches and talk about the club’s wider activities - ranging from youth coaching to the roles of the club's backroom staff.

Every Saturday morning, Invicta media team volunteer Sammy Brough will be live on Academy FM talking about that afternoon’s match, often with interviews from players and the management.

And on Saturday afternoons Sammy and his colleague Michael Johnson will provide live phone reports from all Invicta games.

David Sharp, Academy FM’s Station Manager said: “Carrying match reports every Saturday will mean that any Invicta fans who can’t make it to the game will know what’s going on.

“Even if they can’t listen on the radio in Folkestone, Academy FM can be heard from our website or on the Tune In radio app on a mobile phone”.

Invicta's Commercial Consultant Cliff Egan said: “We have been talking to Academy FM for a couple of months and are delighted we've now reached the stage where their coverage is about to get underway.

“Invicta has always been very much a community club, and we are pleased to be associated with a radio station that thinks very much along the same lines.”

105.9 Academy FM is a community radio station and a charity based at the Folkestone Academy in Kent.

Nearly all of the station’s presenters are volunteers from the local community, including many young people.

The station has a strong educational focus, with many young people learning communication skills, teamwork, self-confidence and skills for the work place.

The station is funded by grants, donations and advertising on its popular website.