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The LTFC Archive - History / Honours (3 pages)

Although some say the origins of Leek Town go back as far as 1876, the history of the club as we now know it begins in 1946. Starting out as Leek Lowe Hamil in the Leek and Moorlands League and progressing to the Staffordshire County League, where they st

The LTFC Archive - Season By Season (38 pages)

For the first time a full Leek Town archive has been produced which provides all the result, scorers, attendances, tables and statistics for the 'modern era' - which is from when Blues joined the NPL in 1987/88. There are also full results and most of

The LTFC Archive - Harrison Park

Harrison Park is the home of Leek Town, here with the help of some never previously published photos on the web we take a look at how it has changed over the years. One of the earliest photos we have showing any of Harrison Park is this team photo from

The LTFC Archive - League Tables (7 pages)

These pages contain almost all of the final league tables featuring Leek Town since we formed (as Leek Lowe Hamil) in 1946. If you have details for any of the missing seasons from 1947/48 to 1949/50 please get in touch. 1946/47 Leek & Moorland Di

The LTFC Archive - Cup Competition (4 pages)

The following pages contain full records of all the matches the club has played in the FA Cup, FA Trophy and Staffordshire Senior Cup (since 1982/83) competitions. Pictured is Leek Town captain Chris McMullen at Wembley Stadium in 1990 where the club t

The LTFC Archive - Attendances (1 page)

Shown below are attendance statistics for the period since we first joined the Northern Premier League in 1987.88. SeasonDivisionPlayedTotalAverageHighLow 1987/88NPL-1184864270560 v Fleetwood Town149 v Penrith 1988/89NPL-1217079337409 v Congleton

The LTFC Archive - Players & Managers (4 pages)

The following pages from the LTFC Archive provide details of the clubs highest appearance makers and goalscorers as well as other goalscoring feats. Figures relate to the 'modern era' which is since Blues joined the NPL in season 1987/88 as records bey

The LTFC Archive - The Town Crier

Leek Town's matchday programme was for 40 years between 1977 and 2017 known as The Town Crier. There have only been a handful of programme editors since the late 1980s, these being Mike Cope, Dave Stringer and Steve and Tracy Reynolds. From the 2017

Sponsorship and Advertising (5 pages)

Aimed specifically at Business owners, the Corporate Blue Season Ticket is transferable, tax efficient and a great way to support the Club. This is available in a 3 ticket or 5 ticket form and prices are as follows: Corporate Blue 3 Ticket versio

Visiting Harrison Park (4 pages)

Leek Town play at Harrison Park on the north western outskirts of the town. The ground address is: Leek Town Football Club Harrison Park Macclesfield Road Leek Staffordshire ST13 8LD Tel: 01538 399278 Parking at the ground is very limit

Junior and Welfare (4 pages)

The FA Charter Standard programme is a kitemark, which recognises and rewards high quality levels of provision in club and league football. The kitemark is awarded to clubs and leagues that are well run, sustainable, which place child protection, quality

Legal Information

Name Leek Town Football Club Limited Company Number 01297305 Legal Form Private Limited Company By Shares, Incorporated in England & Wales Shareholders of Significant Interest We have four shareholders of signifi

Respect Codes of Conduct (5 pages)

Young Players We all have a responsibility to promote high standards of behaviour in the game. As a player, you have a big part to play. That’s why The FA is asking every player to follow a Respect Code of Conduct. When playing football, I will

League Opponents 2018/19 (1 page)

ATHERTON COLLERIES Address: The Kensite Stadium, Alder Street, Atherton M46 9EY Website: Twitter: @ACFC1916 CHASETOWN Address: The Scholars Ground, Church Street, Chasetown, Staffordshire WS7 3QL Website


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