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Betley FC vs AFC Moorlands

Betley FC vs AFC Moorlands
Tuesday 10th May • 7:30PM KO
Newcastle Town, Buckmaster Ave, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 3BX

Adults £4 • Concessions £2 • U16s FREE

We will be operating a cashless system across all of our 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.


Betley have been members of the Crewe Regional Sunday Football League for many years on and off.

This particular Betley team joined the CRSFL in 2015 for the 2015/16 season having previously competed in the Staffs Youth League at u17s the season before and was made up 
predominantly of u18 players.

In the first season we finished 4th in the 1st Division of the CRSFL, the following season finishing 2nd and gaining promotion to the Premier Division. We also played in 2nd cup finals that season 2016/17 winning the Divisional Cup 3-2 against The Talbot and runners-up in The Presidents Cup losing 3-1 to Railway FC.

Since the 2017/18 season we have competed in the Premier Division finishing 5th in the first season and 4th in the following season. The 2019/20 and 2020/21 seasons both being curtailed by Covid-19. In the current 2021/22 season Betley sit 2nd in the Premier Division having lost only once all season in 20 league and cup games.

AFC Moorlands were formed in 2011, and have since that time, spent the majority of their football seasons playing in the Coors & District Sunday League.

4 of the original players still remain from 2011. They are currently a Division 2 outfit, however, have previously played in the Coors & PDSL Premier Leagues.
This is the second cup final for the club this season, having also reached the Coors Division 2 cup final.

The clubs home pitch is at Mill Hayes in Biddulph and the club base is at the Nelson P.H. a short distance from the ground.

The clubs captain is Martyn Kerr, whose fathers company AK Inspections LTD, are proud club sponsors.