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Stafford Rangers

Rangers' formation year is recognised as 1876 because of articles in the local Advertiser newspaper, but an alternative theory on Rangers' formation date, printed in the Sentinel newspaper during 1891, suggests that the club was founded by a Bible class in 1877.

Rangers' early matches were cup games and friendlies, with the club reaching the FA Cup First Round in both 1884–85 and 1885–86. The club then had spells in the Shropshire League, Birmingham League and North Staffordshire League up to the turn of the century, and moved to their current home Marston Road in 1896.

Stafford Rangers Football Club is a semi-professional English football team from Stafford who play in the Northern Premier League Premier Division. The Stan Robinson Suite was named after our founder who was a Director of Stafford Rangers from 2001 to 2004.

Furthermore, under our terms of the new sponsorship agreement with Stafford Rangers the football stadium will become known as the “The Stan Robinson Stadium”, recognised by the club as a fitting tribute and wonderful legacy to “Stan the Man” and family, who have supported the club so strongly.

Stafford Town

Gordon Evans formed what was then Stafford F.C. in 1976. The Club played at Burton Manor Sports & Social Club in the old Staffs County League South. The Club moved into the Midland Combination Div. 2 in the 1977/78 season, and won the league the following year, being denied promotion to Div.1 because they were a nursery side for Stafford Rangers. The Club moved to the Staffs County League North in 1981/82 and changed its name to Stafford Town.

The club's senior men's team currently play in the North West Counties League Division One South.

Willand Rovers

Football has been played in Willand for well over a century. Indeed match reports exist from as far back as 1907 when Willand Association Football Club was under the chairmanship of Dr Henry Tracey of the Gables.

Willand Rovers stand proudly plying their trade in the Southern Football League Division One South, the fourth tier of non-league football. This is the highest point the club has reached in the football pyramid in its history.

Stafford Vets

Stafford veterans play in the Stafford Veterans Bowling league at the Stafford Bowling Club who are a community club established in 1902 dedicated to the game of crown green bowling.

FC Gnosall

FC Gnosall compete in the Stafford and District Sunday league in the Premier Division at Gnosall Sports and Social Club.

Woodseaves Football Club

Woodseaves Football Club compete in the Stafford and District Sunday league at grass roots level In the Championship Division playing their home games at Knighton Social Club.   

Eccleshall Eagles Knights age under 10’s

Eccleshall Eagles Junior F.C. was established in 2001 to provide the opportunity for youngsters from Eccleshall and the surrounding areas to play football. In September 2016, the club moved to a new home for teams from Under 11 upward to play. Eagles Park is a brand new ground with space for pitches for all age groups, along with a brand new clubhouse including 4 changing rooms.

There are three Under 10s team for children who are in Year 5 at school, who plays 7 a side football in the Mid Staffs Juniors League every Sunday. We train every Saturday morning and children are welcome to come along to training to give it a go.