Gresford Athletic F.C.

Gresford Athletic Football Club is a football team from Gresford, near Wrexham, Wales who play in the Cymru North, which is in the second tier of the Welsh football league system. The club was founded in 1946 and play their home games at Clappers Lane, Gresford. Capacity is 2000 with 300 seats.

Gresford Athletic
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Full nameGresford Athletic Football Club
Nickname(s)The Colliers
Founded1946; 75 years ago (1946)
GroundClappers Lane
Gresford
Coordinates53°05′03″N 2°58′32″W / 53.084220°N 2.975424°W / 53.084220; -2.975424
ChairmanJulian Davies
ManagerEddie Maurice-Jones[1]
LeagueCymru North
2019–20Cymru North, 11th


StaffEdit

Director of Football: Steve Halliwell

First Team Manager: Eddie Maurice-Jones

First Team Assistant Manager: Alun Williams

First Team Goal Keeper Coach: Steve Jones

First Team Physio: Daniel Williams

Honorary President: Peter Moore

Chairman: Julian Davies

Secretary: Patrick Marshall

President: Ron Hennessey

Accreditation/Media Officer: Matthew Jones

Social Media Officer: Rhys Jones

Head Steward/Facebook Blog: Jeff Jones

StadiumEdit

Clappers Lane, Gresford

Capacity: 2000 (300 Seating)

Pitch: Grass

Car Parking: Yes

Refreshments: Yes

HonoursEdit

  • Welsh National East Division – Winners: 1946–47
  • Welsh National Division Two – Winners: 1962–63; 1995–96
  • Welsh National Division 3A – Winners: 1969–70
  • Welsh National Premier League – Champions: 1995–96; 2000–01; 2014–15
  • NEWFA Cup – Winners: 1973–74; 1992–93; 2016–17
  • Welsh National Premier Division Cup – Winners: 2011; 2012
  • Welsh National Division One Cup – Winners: 2005
  • Welsh National Division Two Cup Winners 1966–67, 1992–93; 2006–07
  • Welsh Trophy – Runners Up: 2000–01
  • Cymru Alliance League Cup – Runners Up: 1993–94
  • Horace Wynne Cup – Runners Up: 2005–06
  • Division One League Cup – Runners Up: 1990–91; 1998–99

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Harris, Ethan. "Gresford Athletic: Eddie Maurice-Jones replaces Richard Capper at helm". Y Clwb Pel-Droed. Retrieved 16 June 2020.

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