Stockport County Football Club is an English football club based in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. They play in League One, the third tier of the English football pyramid. Their home stadium is Edgeley Park. They are nicknamed The Hatters, although they are usually referred to by supporters simply as County. The Club formed in 1883 as Heaton Norris Rovers, shortly after merging with a similarly named club, Heaton Norris F.C.
Wycombe Wanderers Football Club is an English football team from High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, currently playing in Football League One. The club's nicknames are "The Blues", and "The Chairboys", and they play in light and dark blue quarters. The name of Wycombe's ground is Adams Park. The club is currently managed by former Aldershot Town chief Gary Waddock, who is assisted by Martin Kuhl. The club were voted Family Club Of The Year Award twice in a row in 2006-07 and 2007-08.
Boston United Football Club are a football club based in Boston, Lincolnshire, England. They are members of the Northern Premier League after being demoted for financial reasons. They are currently managed by Rob Scott and Paul Hurst who were appointed on 14 May 2009 as successors to Steve Welsh. The club is known as 'the Pilgrims' in reference to the Pilgrim Fathers, who fled from Boston to the USA and founded Boston, Massachusetts. The club's crest, a ship, is also a reference to them.
Bury Football Club is an association football team based in Bury, Greater Manchester. The team play in League Two. The club's nickname is the shakers which was bestowed upon them by club chairman JT Ingham, an industrialist and ironmonger of the late 1890s.
Cheltenham Town Football Club is an English football club playing in League Two, the fourth tier of English football. Founded in 1887, the team has played at four different grounds, namely Agg-Gardner's Recreation Ground, Whaddon Lane, Carter's Field and now the Abbey Business Stadium, although it is more commonly known as Whaddon Road. Their nickname is The Robins.
Darlington Football Club are an English football team based in the town of Darlington and play in Football League Two. The club's main nickname is The Quakers in reference to the religious movement that had a historic influence on the town. Darlington have remained in the bottom tier of the league since 1992; they have played in the division for the second most number of consecutive seasons behind Rochdale. Their local rivals are Hartlepool United, York City and Carlisle United.
Doncaster Rovers Football Club is an English football club, based at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. The team currently competes in the Football League Championship, after being promoted via the League One play-offs in 2008. The club was founded in 1879 and turned professional in 1885.
Leyton Orient F.C. are an English professional football club based in east London. They currently play in League One of the Football League. The team is often known to its fans simply as the O's. Leyton Orient have spent only one season in the top flight of English football, in 1962–63. Though they were immediately relegated, they had three memorable victories within the space of twelve days against local rivals West Ham, eventual champions Everton, and Manchester United.
Lincoln City F.C. is an English football team which play in Football League Two, the fourth tier of the English football league system. The team play at the 10,127 capacity Sincil Bank in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, and are nicknamed the Imps after the legend of the Lincoln Imp. More recently, they have also been known as the Red Imps. Traditionally they play in red and white striped shirts with black shorts and red and white socks.
Mansfield Town Football Club are an English football club from the former mining town of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. The are nicknamed The Stags and play in their traditional colours of amber and blue. The play in the Conference National, following their relegation from the The Football League in the 2007–08 season. They competed in The Football League from 1931 until their relegation. The team's home ground is Field Mill, which holds 10,000 seated spectators.
For the Northern Irish football club, see Oxford United Stars F.C. Oxford United Football Club are an English association football team that plays in the Conference National. The club have been a non-league side since their relegation from League Two in 2005–06. The club's chairman is Kelvin Thomas and the first team is currently managed by Chris Wilder. Oxford United were founded in 1897 as Headington United, adopting the current name in 1956.
Scunthorpe United Football Club are an English association football team based in the town of Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. Nicknamed "The Iron", they play in the Football League Championship. They are presently the highest-placed league club in Lincolnshire.
York City Football Club is an English football club based in York, North Yorkshire. The club participates in the Conference National, the fifth tier of English football. Founded in 1922, they joined the Football League in 1929, and have spent most of their history in the lower divisions. The club briefly rose as high as the second tier of English football, spending two seasons in the Second Division in the 1970s.
Burton Albion Football Club are an English football club based in the town of Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire. The team currently play in the Football League Two, after securing promotion from the Conference 2008-09 season.
Barnet Football Club is an English football team from High Barnet, London, England, currently playing in Football League Two. The ground is in the London Borough of Barnet. In March 2004 they were in one of the play off positions of the Football Conference but failed to gain promotion to League Two, the lowest flight of the Football League. In the 2004–05 season they won the Football Conference, to return to the Football League after an absence of four years.
Chester City Football Club was an English football team from Chester. The club was founded as Chester F.C. , and joined the Football League in 1931, spending most of their time in the lower divisions. They changed their name to Chester City in 1983. Chester won their first league title in 2004, the Conference National. Chester played their home games at the Deva Stadium. The ground and stands are geographically inside Wales with just the club offices situated in England.
Dagenham & Redbridge Football Club is an English football team based in Dagenham, in the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham, London, England. It was formed in 1992 after a merger between Redbridge Forest and Dagenham. The team currently plays in Football League Two having been promoted as champions from the Football Conference in the 2006–07 season. The club's traditional colours are red and blue, to represent the merger teams colours.
Farnborough Football Club (known as Farnborough Town F.C. until 2007) is an English football team currently in the Southern League Premier Division after finishing top of Division One South & West in 2007–08. Their home ground is known as Cherrywood Road, based in Farnborough, Hampshire. Their primary colours are all yellow with blue trim.
Forest Green Rovers Football Club is an English football team based in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. They play in the Conference National the highest level of the National League System and fifth highest of the overall English football league system.
Ebbsfleet United Football Club is an English football team currently playing in the Football Conference. The team plays their home matches at Stonebridge Road in Northfleet, Gravesend, Kent. However, the club is now looking to build a new stadium in the Ebbsfleet Valley vicinity in Gravesham. Prior to May 2007 the club was called Gravesend & Northfleet. The change was announced at a public consultation meeting on the evening of 1 May 2007.
Halifax Town Association Football Club were an English football team who most recently played in the Conference National. The club went into administration during the 2007–08 season, and after finishing 20th in the Conference National, were demoted by three divisions to the Northern Premier League Division One North when the club failed to get a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) passed. The club was reformed as F.C. Halifax Town in July 2008.
Hereford United Football Club are an English professional football club based in the city of Hereford. Founded in 1924, they are competing in League One in the 2008-09 season. Hereford have played at Edgar Street for their entire history and are nicknamed 'The Whites' or 'The Lilywhites', after their predominantly white kit, and the 'The Bulls' after the local breed of cattle. The club's motto is "Our greatest glory lies not in never having fallen, but in rising when we fall".