Dating clubs of halifax
They joined the Southern League in 1920 and joined the Third Division (South) of the Football League for the 1923-24 season.
James Haytor holds the record for the fastest hat-trick in league football, when he came on as a substitute against Wrexham on 86 mins with his side leading 3-0, Scoring 3 goals in 2 mins 17 secs Nicknamed "The Cherries" their stadium was built on a cherry tree orchard Biggest Loss - 9-0 vs Lincoln City, 18th December 1982, Division 3 Biggest Win - 11-0 vs Margate, 20th November 1971, FA Cup 1st Round Most Appearances - Steven Fletcher 628, 1992 - 2013 Record Scorer - Ray Eyre 202, 1924 -1933 Kellamergh Park Bryning Lane Warton Fylde Lancashire PR4 1TN Telephone - 01772 682 593 Capacity - 3,180 (533 Seated) Formed - 1988 Nickname(s) - The Coasters Club Colours - All White Current League - National League FA Vase Winners - 2008 National League North Winners - 2016-17 Northern Premier League - Challenge Cup Winners - 2013-14 Northern Premier League - Division 1 North Winners - 2011-12 Northern Premier League - President's Cup Winners - 2013-14 The club was formed by the amalgamation of Kirkham Town FC and Wesham FC in 1988.
Nicknamed "The Coasters" from being based in an area known as The Fylde Coast, Biggest Win - 10-0 vs Droylsden, 29th October 2013, NPL Premier Division Kingsmeadow Jack Goodchild Way 422a Kingston Road Kingston-upon-Thames Surrey KT1 3PB Telephone - 02 Capacity - 4,850 (2,265 Seated) Formed - 1889 Nickname(s) - The Dons, Wombles, The Crazy Gang Club Colours - All Blue - White Pinstriped Shirts Current League - League 1 Conference South Winners - 2008-09 as AFC Wimbledon Division 4 Winners - 1982-83 as Wimbledon FC FA Cup Winners - 1988 as Wimbledon FC Wimbledon Football Club is an English professional football club, originally from Wimbledon, south west London.
Formed in 1889 as Wimbledon Old Centrals, the club spent most of its history in amateur and semi-professional non-League football before a rapid ascent to the top-flight of English football in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The West Lancashire League was re-structured with the First Division being renamed as the Premier Division in the 1998-99.
After finishing fourth in successive seasons 1997-98 & 1998-99 seasons, the club dominated the Premier Division for a number of years.
) The Crown Ground Livingstone Road Accrington Lancashire BB5 5BX Telephone - 01254 356 950 Capacity - 5,057 (2,000 Seated) Formed - 1891 Nickname(s) - Stanley Club Colours - All Red - White Trim Current League - League 2 Conference National Winners - 2005-06 The name of Accrington Stanley was made famous by a milk advert involving Ian Rush in the 1980's, which played on the obscurity of the club.
However, the England football team themselves, usually don't do so well in the world cup, (apart from winning the World cup in 1966!!!
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Division Two Until 1992 Changed to First Division Until 2004-5, then changed to Championship Division Three North And South Between 19 Division Three Until 1992 Changed to Second Division Until 2004-5, Then Changed to League One.
For the start of the 2008-09 season, the club changed their name to AFC Fylde, and became North West Counties League - Premier Division champions in the same season, for promotion to the Northern Premier League - Division 1 North.
Promotion to the Premier League came in 2011-12, and promotion to the Conference North in 2013-14 after a play-off final win against Ashton United FC on penalties after a 1-1 draw.
The club became AFC Bournemouth in 1972, which for many years made them notable as the club with the longest name in the Football League.