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Match Day Information

Where is the club based? The club are now based at Ruskin Drive Sports Ground which was officially opened in July 2017. St Helens Town are proud to be part of this community facility after a prolonged period out of the borough. Ground: Ruskin Drive Sp

The FA Charter Standard

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

FA Vase 1986-87 (6 pages)

St. Helens Town: FA Vase Winners - 1987 PART 1 – The first three rounds The FA Vase came into being in 1975 as the replacement for the FA Amateur Cup. St. Helens Town had, before 1986, entered the FA Trophy, but that competition had become domina

Goldline Lottery (1 page)

St Helens Town Football Club has joined forces with Bolton Wanderers Football Club as a Goldline lottery partner. We are looking for supporters, family and friends to become Goldline members which will provide the club with a valuable source of income

2018-19 Sponsor Packages (1 page)

St Helens Town Football Club will celebrate 72 years since their re-formation in season 2018-19 and made a return to the town at the Ruskin Drive Sports Ground redevelopment in the summer of 2017. We are very experienced sponsorship partners offering a

FREE e-Programme (10 pages)

St Helens Town AFC NWCFL Premier Division Programme of the Year 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14 and 2014-15 NWCFL First Division Programme of the Year 2015-16, 2016-17 and 2017-18 The club's matcday programme has also been successful nati

Season Pass – Terms and Conditions

Season Pass – Terms and Conditions of Purchase and Use 1. In these terms and conditions, the “Club” shall mean St Helens Town Association Football Club Limited, trading as St Helens Town AFC. 2. The Club will compete in the North West Counties

The St Helens Coat of Arms

The St.Helens Coat of Arms Following local government reorganisation in 1974, it was decided to apply to the College of Heralds for a new Coat of Arms, to incorporate those areas joining together to form the new Borough of St Helens. A design brief

Club History (24 pages)

The original St. Helens Town club was formed in 1901 and played at Park Road, behind the Primrose Vaults public house. Although it was known as the Primrose Ground, the players changed further down Park Road at the Black Horse pub. Playing in the Lancas

Player Hall of Fame (9 pages)

Bert Trautmann Bernhard Carl Trautmann was born in Walle, near Bremen, Germany on 22nd October 1923 and upon leaving school, he became an apprentice motor mechanic. He joined the Luftwaffe in 1941 as a radio operator, eventually becoming a paratr

Club Records (1 page)

St. Helens Town club records WINNERS FA Vase v Warrington at Wembley 1986/87 Lancashire Combination 1971/72 Lancashire Combination Second Division 1950/51 George Mahon Trophy 1948/49 Bass North West Trophy 1973/74 ATTENDANCES 3012 v Burscough

50 years FA Award for Jimmy

A programme article from November 2014 . . . St Helens Town's Vice President Jim Barrett was honoured this week by the Football Association for 50 years’ service. In July Jim was honoured by the Liverpool County FA for 35 years’ service to St H

Programme Editors

The documents attached below are available for programme editors (season 2017-18) A Brief History of St Helens Town AFC

LEGAL: FA Rule 2.13 (1 page)

St Helens Town Football Club Limited League Rule 2.13 Ownwership: In accordance with the Football Association Rule 2.13 Publication of ownership in relation to Step 1 to Step 6 Clubs within the Football pyramid, we hereby confirm that the Legal Status

Lily Parr (1 page)

Back in 2002 St Helens born Lily Parr became the first female footballer to be inducted into the inaugural National Football Museum’s Hall of Fame. Ray Gent wrote the following article which celebrates her achievements at a time when women's football t


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