Leamington Football Club In National League North
In this article, you are going to know about the team widely known as Leamington Football Cub. This club is known by the nickname The Brakes. Leamington FC is, therefore, an English Football Club. However, it is based in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England. However, they are the part of the National League North. Upon further reading, you are going to know about different honors achieved by the club, current squad and about the non-playing staff of this club.
Ground For Leamington FC
However established in 1891, this club has therefore been competing its opponents at the huge ground of New Windmill Ground near Bishop’s Tachbrook. Therefore the total capacity of the club is 5000 and 120 can be seated. Whereas, every club has got its own stadium to play and practice the matches. Although the capacity of every stadium varies from place to place and team to team. But there is no compromise in the quality of the ground.
Honors Of the Club
According to the National League North, the Leamington Club was able to have a number of honors. However, some of them have been mentioned below.
1- Southern League
Premier Division champions since 1982 to 1983, since 2012 to 2013.
Division One Midlands champions since 2000 to 2009.
Champions Cup winners since 1973 to 1974 and since 1983 from 1984.
League Cup winners since 1973 to 1974 and since 1983 to 1984.
2- Midland Combination
Premier Division champions since 2004 to 2005.
Division Two champions from 2001 to 2002.
As of 17th December 2018, the current members, therefore, playing for the Leamington FC are given below:
8- Junior English
9- Callum Gittings
10- Joe Magunda
11- Kurtis Revan
12- Rob Thompson-Brown
13- Colby Bishop
14- Ahmed Obeng
15- Stefan Moore
Non-Playing Staff Of Leamington FC
The Leamington FC has hence a number of officials who have been working hard throughout the matches. However, we can say that they serve as a big helping hand for the team.
Therefore the club officials are as follows:
1- Paul Holleran as a Manager.
2- Martyn Naylor as a Coach.
3- Tim Holland as a Coach.
4- Stefan Moore as a Player/Coach.
5- Pete Denham as a Physio.
6- Dan Ward as a Physio.
Leamington FC Match
However, the match played between the North Ferriby United on 3rd of February was a draw with a score 1 for both the teams. Hence it seemed that it was a tough match for both of the teams. Leamington FC has played a number of matches other than this one.