Congleton Town

Ryan Austin
Cheshire Silk 106.9 Stadium

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Latest News:

Congleton Town announce new Shirt Sponsorship
Congleton Town continue to build with new partnership with local business Blue Spot Group
Landmark merger of three Congleton clubs
The future for grass roots football in Congleton has been given a huge boost after the merger of three clubs from the town
NWCFL Premier Division side announce new manager
Congleton Town have announced the appointment of Ryan Austin as their first-team manager.
NWCFL Premier Division side announce new Joint-Managers
Following Brian Pritchard's departure at Congleton Town, The Bears have announced that Anthony Griffith and Phil Hadland will take on the role of joint first team managers.

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Matchday Information

Ground: Cheshire Silk 106.9 Stadium

Address: Ivy Gardens, off Crescent Road, Congleton, Cheshire

Postcode: CW12 4GA

Telephone: 01260 274460

Midweek Night: Tuesday

2020/21 Admission Prices: £6 adults, £4 OAPs and Children 12-16 y/o. Accompanied children U12 FREE

Programme Price: £2.00

Directions: From the south on A34, West on A534, North on A54 all roads meet at Tesco Express roundabout. Take signs for Town Centre and follow football ground signs. From the North on A34, A534 or A54, follow signs for A34 Newcastle and approaching Fire Station follow football ground signs

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Nearest Railway: Congleton (1.5 miles)

Nearest Bus Route to Ground: The following services serve Congleton Bus services:

38 - Macclesfield - Congleton - Sandbach - Crewe (Arriva North West)
38 - Crewe - Sandbach - Congleton - Macclesfield (D & G Coach & Bus)
42 - Crewe - Leighton Hospital - Middlewich - Congleton (D & G Coach & Bus)
90 - Congleton - Bromley Estate (Circular) (Hollinshead Coaches)
91 - Congleton - Mossley (Circular) (Hollinshead Coaches)
92 - Congleton - Buglawton Estate (Circular) (Hollinshead Coaches)
94 - Newcastle - Tunstall - Biddulph - Congleton (D & G Coach & Bus)
94A - Newcastle - Tunstall - Biddulph - Congleton (D & G Coach & Bus)
318 - Alsager - Rode Heath - Kidsgrove - Congleton (D & G Coach & Bus)
318 - Alsager - Kidsgrove - Congleton (D & G Coach & Bus)

Parking Facilities: Street parking (suggest Booth Street by Cricket Ground). Nearest car park is West Street (5 mins walk)

Ground Facilities: Licenced Clubhouse, Tea Hut, 220 seat main stand plus covered standing available on all four sides, Programme sales hut and a Club Shop.

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Club Information

Legal Entity: Company Limited by shares - Congleton Town Limited C/N 02913903. Subsidiary of Congleton Town Community Football Club Limited Registration No. 29536 R

Ground: Cheshire Silk 106.9 Stadium

Address: Ivy Gardens, off Crescent Road, Congleton, Cheshire

Postcode: CW12 4GA

Telephone: 01260 274460


Twitter: @CongletonFC

Registered Colours: Yellow & White Shirts, Black Shorts, Black Socks

Registered Goalkeeper Colours: Green Shirt, Green Shorts, Green Socks

Alternative Colours: Maroon Shirts, Maroon Shorts, Maroon Socks

Alternative Goalkeeper Colours: Orange Shirt, Orange Shorts, Orange Socks

Secretary: Ken Mead

Chairman: Steve Burgess

Manager: Ryan Austin

Programme Editor: Ken Mead

Committee / Directors: Steven Burgess, Ken Mead

County Affiliation: Cheshire FA

Year Formed: 1901

Record Attendance: 6,800 v. Macclesfield Town, 1954

Previous Leagues:

Mid Cheshire League
Cheshire County League
Northern Premier League


Crewe and District League Winners: 1901-02, 1902-03, 1903-04
North Staffordshire and District League Winners: 1919-20. Runners-up: 1914-15
Cheshire County League: Runners-up: 1920-21, 1921-22
League Cup Finalists: 1927-28
Division Two Winners: 1981-82
Division Two Challenge Shield Finalists: 1981-82
Macclesfield and District League: Winners: 1939-40
Mid-Cheshire League: Winners: 1973-74, 1975-76, 1977-78
Runners-up: 1969-70, 1971-72, 1976-77
League Cup Winners: 1971-72, 1977-78
Barrett Memorial Trophy: Winners: 1972-73
North West Counties League: Runners-up: 1985-86
Northern Premier League: League Cup Finalists: 1989-90
Cheshire Senior Cup: Winners: 1920-21, 1937-38
Finalists: 1927-28, 1982-83
Cheshire Amateur Cup: [later known as the Cheshire Saturday Cup] Winners: 1905-06, 1906-07, 1977-78
Finalists: 1903-04, 1908-09
Crewe and District Cup: Winners: 1903-04
Mid-Cheshire Senior Cup: Winners: 2006-07
Finalists: 1996-97, 2001-02, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2010-11, 2013-14
Sentinel Cup: Winners: 1939-40
Burslem Park Cup: Finalists: 1912-13
FA Cup, Best Performance: First Round proper 1989-90
FA Trophy, Best Performance: Fourth Round: 2000-01
FA Vase, Best Performance: Fifth Round: 2003-04

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