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Chorley FC

Chorley FC – The Magpies. They currently compete in the National League North the sixth tier of English football and play their home matches at Victory Park. The club was founded as a Rugby Union team in 1875 but switched from the oval ball in 1883. Their best performance in the FA Cup was in 2020–21 when…

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Stevenage FC

Stevenage FC is currently the second most successful football club in Hertfordshire, being members of the English Football League (EFL).  This is a serious achievement for a club that has only really played competitively since the 1980-81 season. They were originally formed in 1976 following the demise of Stevenage Atletic but were a youth team…

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Gloucester City AFC

Gloucester City or the Tigers as they are nicknamed is the oldest football team in the county of Gloucestershire, dating all the way back to 1883. They are also one of the countries most traveled clubs having called numerous stadiums home over their long history, including six different ones since 2007! This was due to…

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Forest Green Rovers

Forest Green Rovers and their rise through the football hierarchy has been something of a fairytale and one that serves as inspiration for any football club. To put their success into perspective they were playing in the Gloucestershire County Football League (tier 11) as recently as the 1974-5 season! A Quick Forest Green Rovers History…

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Carlisle United FC

Carlisle United are probably Cumbria’s best-supported team and are widely known for their prowess in the Football League Trophy, a Final they have reached a record six times! They have been members of the football league pretty much continuously since joining in 1928 and enjoyed a staggering amount of success for a club of their…

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