Newcastle Town U18 vs Haughmond U18
Monday 28th March • 7:30PM KO
Kidsgrove Athletic, Hollinwood Rd, Kidsgrove, Stoke-on-Trent, ST7 1DQ
Adults £4 • Concessions £2 • U16s FREE
We will be operating a cashless system across all of our 13 County Cup finals this year. Supporters can pay by card at the turnstiles. No tickets will be sold in advance of the games.
Once again, we have taken the decision to hand all under-16s free admission when attending with a paying adult.
All of this season’s match programmes will be digital only, meaning there will be no wastage of printed paper at any of our finals. Spectators will be able to view, read and download a copy of each matchday programme from StaffordshireFA.com.
This means that, wherever you are in the world, you will be able to read the latest edition of the matchday programme right from your fingertips.
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NEWCASTLE TOWN U18
Newcastle Town FC emerged in its current format from a merger with Parkway Clayton in 1986 and are now enjoying life in Northern Premier League.
The Stadium, deep in the Lyme Valley Parkway in Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire has a capacity of 4,000, covered accommodation for 1000, seating for 300, a clubhouse which offers amongst other beverages quality cask conditioned ale, and a £85,000 floodlighting system.
A major development for the club happened in July 2016 when the Youth Section moved to a new home. The Roe Lane Playing Fields site is a 20-acre football centre, with 14 well sized changing rooms, a club shop, offices, and community room, located in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Further developments followed in 2016 when Gavin Appleby set up the “Newcastle Town Football & Education Academy” allowing 16-19 year olds to study for a BTEC Sports qualification while continuing their football journey under the guidance of ex-professional footballer Robin van der Laan.
Haughmond football club were founded by two brothers, Roger and Dave Ellis-Morgan and began their first season in the Shropshire county league in the 1981-82 season.
The 82-83 season saw a move to the west Shropshire league and after a quiet couple of seasons began to move up the divisions.
The 1999-00 season saw a return to the county league, gaining promotion to the premier division in their first season and becoming premier champions in 2004 as well as winning the coveted commander Ethelstone cup the same year.
18/19 saw Dan Williams appointed manager and a return to the WMRL premier div and after a poor start finished runners up to Tividale and a return to the MFL. Another losing final in the Shropshire challenge cup this time missing out to Bridgnorth but a decent run in the fa cup eventually going out to Mickleover Sports.
With the 2019-20 and the 2020-21 season’s registered as null and void the team retained their position within the MFL premier for the 2021-22 season.