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With grounds left in a trust to the village by local benefactor George Moore as far back as 1894, Bourton Rovers’ rich footballing heritage spans three centuries. Long-time members of the Cheltenham League, the North Cotswold side has spent the majority of these years with its two sides competing frenetically on the local football scene. Despite the Rissington Road ground possessing one of the finest pitches in the area, grass has not been the only surface that the village side has contested matches on over the years! The…
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The neighbouring Gloucestershire villages of Brimscombe and Thrupp, near Stroud, joined footballing forces in the late 1970s and are currently riding on the crest of a wave. After earning promotion to the Hellenic Premier Division from Division One West in March 2013, Brimscombe and Thrupp, known as The Lilywhites, made their first-ever appearance in the FA Cup in 2014 when the entertained Windsor in the preliminary round at The Meadow on Saturday, August 30. Brimscombe AFC were originally formed in 1886 - the same year as the…
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Youth football at the Recreation Ground on Saturday mornings. Three junior teams are run for Under 8s, Under 9s and Under 12s. New boys and girls are always welcome to join the club. Contact chairman Bill Rigg at rigg.bill@gmail.com
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Founded over 100 years ago, Cirencester Town currently has almost 400 junior players and has been formally recognised for its work as a community club. In 2002, the club's new home, The Corinium Stadium, was opened on the edge of Cirencester, with three full-size pitches and four other junior pitches meaning the first team, juniors and ladies could be based on a single site. In 2006 the club, which is owned by its members, achieved the coveted Charter Standard Community Club status, the most widely recognised standard…
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The club's home is at Broadleaze, Poulton Road, Down Ampney, Gloucestershire GL7 5QX Call 01793 750414 or visit the website at www.pitchero.com/clubs/downampneyfc
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Based in Nailsworth, Forest Green Rovers are the longest-serving members of the Conference Premier. The club was founded in 1889 as Forest Green by the local Nonconformist church minister. The club would go on to become founder members of the Mid Gloucestershire League in 1894.  In 1926 Rovers home ground, the Lawn Ground, was officially enclosed and a decade later the committee members at the club bought the field for £120 at an auction. In 1968 Forest Green were founder members of the Gloucestershire County League where they…
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Training night Thursdays. Over-16s welcome. Contact Richard Lewis on 01386 841408. www.pitchero.com/clubs/mickletonrangersfootballclub/
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Senior football club currently running two sides in Stroud League divisions 1 and 3. Home games are played at Stuart Playing Field, Tobacconist Road, Minchinhampton, near Stroud, on Saturday afternoons. To find out more about the club, visit the website at www.pitchero.com/clubs/minchinhamptonrdsfootballclub
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Based in London Road, Moreton, the first team plays in Gloucestershire Northern Senior 1 and reserves in Stratford Alliance Division 1. For more information, visit www.moretonrangersfc.com
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Randwick are a Stroud-based side with three senior sides and an expanding youth set-up all currently playing in the Stroud District Football League. Randwick became a recognised FA Charter Standard Club after years of hard work. Randwick 1sts play at Archway School, Paganhill, Stroud, while the 2nds and 3rds play at Jubilee Fields in Randwick. For more information about the club, contact Phil Stafford on 01453 752149, email phil@staffs.go-plus.net or visit www.clubwebsite.co.uk/randwickfootballclub
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Based in Nailsworth, the club are currently members of Division One South & West of the Southern League and play at the Meadowbank Ground. Established in 1900, in Shortwood, Nailsworth, the club was promoted from the Stroud and District League to the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League in the early 1970s, before joining the Gloucestershire County League in 1975. After finishing as runners-up in 1979-80 and 1980-81, the club won the league in 1981-82 and were promoted to the Premier Division of the Hellenic League. After finishing second in…
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The club is based at The Magpies stadium in Oldends Lane, Stonehouse, which has a capacity of 3,300. Stonehouse joined the Western League in 1947 and between the 1950s and 1970s, the team regularly attracted crowds of over 2,000 to their games. As Stonehouse FC, the club entered the FA Cup every season between 1947 and 1975, reaching the Second Qualifying Round on seven occasions. The club was known as Stonehouse Freeway until 2007 when the men's and youth teams merged. Since then, Stonehouse Town have enjoyed…
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Winchcombe Town has three teams - the 1st team plays in the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League; the 2nd team play in the Cheltenham First Division; and the 3rd team plays in Cheltenham Division Six. Contact Philip Comfort on 07798 631266 or visit www.clubwebsite.co.uk/winchcombetownfc01
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With grounds left in a trust to the village by local benefactor George Moore as far back as 1894, Bourton Rovers’ rich footballing heritage spans three centuries. Long-time members of the Cheltenham League, the North Cotswold side has spent the majority of these years with its two sides competing frenetically on the local football scene. Despite the Rissington Road ground possessing one of the finest pitches in the area, grass has not been the only surface that the village side has contested matches on over the years! The…
The neighbouring Gloucestershire villages of Brimscombe and Thrupp, near Stroud, joined footballing forces in the late 1970s and are currently riding on the crest of a wave. After earning promotion to the Hellenic Premier Division from Division One West in March 2013, Brimscombe and Thrupp, known as The Lilywhites, made their first-ever appearance in the FA Cup in 2014 when the entertained Windsor in the preliminary round at The Meadow on Saturday, August 30. Brimscombe AFC were originally formed in 1886 - the same year as the…
Youth football at the Recreation Ground on Saturday mornings. Three junior teams are run for Under 8s, Under 9s and Under 12s. New boys and girls are always welcome to join the club. Contact chairman Bill Rigg at rigg.bill@gmail.com
www.pitchero.com/clubs/chippingnortontownswifts/
Founded over 100 years ago, Cirencester Town currently has almost 400 junior players and has been formally recognised for its work as a community club. In 2002, the club's new home, The Corinium Stadium, was opened on the edge of Cirencester, with three full-size pitches and four other junior pitches meaning the first team, juniors and ladies could be based on a single site. In 2006 the club, which is owned by its members, achieved the coveted Charter Standard Community Club status, the most widely recognised standard…
The club's home is at Broadleaze, Poulton Road, Down Ampney, Gloucestershire GL7 5QX Call 01793 750414 or visit the website at www.pitchero.com/clubs/downampneyfc
Based in Nailsworth, Forest Green Rovers are the longest-serving members of the Conference Premier. The club was founded in 1889 as Forest Green by the local Nonconformist church minister. The club would go on to become founder members of the Mid Gloucestershire League in 1894.  In 1926 Rovers home ground, the Lawn Ground, was officially enclosed and a decade later the committee members at the club bought the field for £120 at an auction. In 1968 Forest Green were founder members of the Gloucestershire County League where they…
Training night Thursdays. Over-16s welcome. Contact Richard Lewis on 01386 841408. www.pitchero.com/clubs/mickletonrangersfootballclub/
Senior football club currently running two sides in Stroud League divisions 1 and 3. Home games are played at Stuart Playing Field, Tobacconist Road, Minchinhampton, near Stroud, on Saturday afternoons. To find out more about the club, visit the website at www.pitchero.com/clubs/minchinhamptonrdsfootballclub
Based in London Road, Moreton, the first team plays in Gloucestershire Northern Senior 1 and reserves in Stratford Alliance Division 1. For more information, visit www.moretonrangersfc.com
Randwick are a Stroud-based side with three senior sides and an expanding youth set-up all currently playing in the Stroud District Football League. Randwick became a recognised FA Charter Standard Club after years of hard work. Randwick 1sts play at Archway School, Paganhill, Stroud, while the 2nds and 3rds play at Jubilee Fields in Randwick. For more information about the club, contact Phil Stafford on 01453 752149, email phil@staffs.go-plus.net or visit www.clubwebsite.co.uk/randwickfootballclub
Based in Nailsworth, the club are currently members of Division One South & West of the Southern League and play at the Meadowbank Ground. Established in 1900, in Shortwood, Nailsworth, the club was promoted from the Stroud and District League to the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League in the early 1970s, before joining the Gloucestershire County League in 1975. After finishing as runners-up in 1979-80 and 1980-81, the club won the league in 1981-82 and were promoted to the Premier Division of the Hellenic League. After finishing second in…
The club is based at The Magpies stadium in Oldends Lane, Stonehouse, which has a capacity of 3,300. Stonehouse joined the Western League in 1947 and between the 1950s and 1970s, the team regularly attracted crowds of over 2,000 to their games. As Stonehouse FC, the club entered the FA Cup every season between 1947 and 1975, reaching the Second Qualifying Round on seven occasions. The club was known as Stonehouse Freeway until 2007 when the men's and youth teams merged. Since then, Stonehouse Town have enjoyed…
Winchcombe Town has three teams - the 1st team plays in the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League; the 2nd team play in the Cheltenham First Division; and the 3rd team plays in Cheltenham Division Six. Contact Philip Comfort on 07798 631266 or visit www.clubwebsite.co.uk/winchcombetownfc01
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