Presentation on theme: "Congleton Town F.C. Congleton Town Facts In 2005 Congleton town will be adding more capacity to the ground thanks to Macclesfield town giving them their."— Presentation transcript:
Congleton Town Facts In 2005 Congleton town will be adding more capacity to the ground thanks to Macclesfield town giving them their old seats. In 2003/2004 season Congleton town got into the quarter-finals of the F.A Vase but unfortunately lost 2-0 to A.F.C Sudbury.
Congleton Town Squad GK: Ryan Mcmahon LB: Steve O’Hara CB: Paul Buckley CB: Stephen Maddocks RB: Darren Hughes LM: Scott Williams CM: Brian Burns CM: Mark Jones RM: Jamie Petrie ST: Leaon Sturridge ST: Adam Naylor Manager: Kevin Langley
Past Players And Managers One of the past managers is Bill Wright, He was also a player and was captain for town. Other past players were: League P 210 League G 7 Cup P 72 Cup G 3 P 282 Gls 10 Scholes, Martin 1981 - 87 League P 23 League G 10 Cup P 5 Cup G 4 P 28 Gls 14 Baker, Darren 2001 - 2002
Congleton town was founded in 1901 their ground is called booth street and has been since 1901 Congleton towns leading attendances was 3,031 people. Their own website is www.geocites.com/congleton fc. The highlight of 1989/90 season was getting to the first round of the F.A Cup where they played Crewe at Grestly Road, which they lost 2-0 in front of an attendens of 5,876 people. They play in the north-west counties league first division. Their kit is a white top, black shorts and black socks. After a poor start to the 2001/02 season Sean corner was replaced by ex-alboin player Kevin langley. They started on a wining role before Kevin langley left to join kidsgrove. Brian griffins took over however in 2002/03 kevin langley was welcomed back in november.
Match Day Life Official Match Day programmes can be purchased from the front of the turnstiles, the programmes are £1.00 each. It is £3.00 to get in for kids and £5.00 for adults. All through 90 minutes you can buy refreshments from the bar and use the toilets.
By Eliott Gates, Alex Milroy, Daniel Jones and Kieran Moss.