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About Us

Witton Albion is the highest-ranked local football club in Northwich. Run by volunteers for the local community, we are constantly striving to improve our performance on and off the field through community activities and by providing a safe, fun match-da

Social Club

Our social club is open from 1pm on Saturdays and 6pm for midweek matches. Fully licensed, with seating for 200, Matchday DJ, free WiFi, locally-brewed cask ales and big screen TV (but no Sky), the club provides a great atmosphere for a pre-match drink or

Museum

We are the UK’s only non-league football club with its own museum. Built and maintained by our wonderful volunteers, the museum traces the history of Witton Albion back to the nineteenth century. Famous players, matches and successes are remembered thro

Admission Prices

TypeAdmission Price Adults£10 Over 65's/Disabled£7 Young Adults 16-21 year olds£5 U16’s£2 GOLD & Junior Membership SchemeFREE (NPL Home Games ONLY) Members of HM Armed ForcesFREE For more details or to join the Witton Albion Junio

Advertising & Sponsorship

Do you run a local business? You could make a big difference to us, and to your company, by advertising in our match programmes or around the pitch, sponsor a game or take advantage of our 10,000+ followers on social media. This is a unique way to reach

Car Parking & Access

We have spaces for over 150 cars at the ground. Parking is free of charge. By train Our nearest station is Northwich, with trains to/from Manchester, Chester and Crewe. The ground is located just a mile from the centre of Northwich, a 5 minute cab r

Witton Albion in The Community

Witton Albion in The Community (WAITC) has been constituted to deliver community engagement projects driven by local demand. WAITC is committed to community participation in healthy recreation through football and other sports. The scheme provides peop

Seasons Archive 1919-1930 (11 pages)

The Cheshire County League was formed on 23rd April, 1919 at a meeting at the Moseleys Hotel, Manchester. It was fitting that the competition should have been born in a city more associated with Lancashire than the County of Chester, as, before the Great

Seasons Archive 1930-1940 (20 pages)

RESULTS DATEOPPONENTS F-A 30-Aug-1930WINSFORD UNITED3-2 3-Sep-1930Chester 2-3 6-Sep-1930Manchester North End4-1 10-Sep-1930HURST7-0 13-Sep-1930MACCLESFIELD3-4 16-Sep-1930Hyde United1-6 20-Sep-1930BARNTON VICTORIA (FAC Pr.)2-1 24-Sep-1930RUNCOR

Seasons Archive 1945-1950 (15 pages)

DateOpponentsF-AAtt. 25-Aug-1945Rhyl3-0 1-Sep-1945RHYL1-2 8-Sep-1945Droylsden1-3 15-Sep-1945DROYLSDEN5-2 22-Sep-1945GLOSSOP (FAC 1q.)8-2 29-Sep-1945HURST 4-2 6-Oct-1945HURST (FAC 2q.)6-1 13-Oct-1945OLDHAM ATHLETIC RESERVES4-3 20-Oct-1945Rhyl

Seasons Archive 1950-1960 (30 pages)

Picture is from the opening match at Farrar Road, Bangor and shows Albion players l-r Chew, Robinson, Cowden & Bowden. DateOpponentsF-AAtt. 19-Aug-1950Bangor City4-05500 23-Aug-1950ELLESMERE PORT TOWN2-42882 26-Aug-1950RUNCORN3-13700 30-Aug-1950

Seasons Archive 1960-1970 (31 pages)

"Waggy" gets his hand on the Cheshire Senior Cup DateOpponentsF-AAtt. 20-Aug-1960Buxton1-12500 24-Aug-1960CONGLETON TOWN2-1550 27-Aug-1960ELLESMERE PORT TOWN0-01500 31-Aug-1960Congleton Town1-1800 3-Sep-1960Ellesmere Port Town1-21967 7-Sep-1960

Seasons Archive 1970-1980 (30 pages)

Picture taken November 14th, wearing new kit that was bought by Dave Kennerley & John Yarwood, Standing (l-r): John Goryl, Mick Rogers, Wyn Dicken, Ron Doughty, Johnny O'Brien & Stuart Davey. Kneeling (l-r): Dave Kennerley, Trevor Ogden, mascot, John Clay

Seasons Archive 1980-1990 (30 pages)

Bob Fletcher pulls off a brilliant save to keep out a Matlock Town free-kick DateOpponentsF-AAtt. 16-Aug-1980OSWESTRY TOWN3-1585 19-Aug-1980Matlock Town0-0904 23-Aug-1980Goole Town2-0647 26-Aug-1980LANCASTER CITY4-1606 30-Aug-1980Redditch United (

Seasons Archive 1990-2000 (30 pages)

Conference Bound and the team duly celebrate at the end of a SEVENTY-FOUR MATCH Season DateOpponentsF-AAtt. 18-Aug-1990GOOLE TOWN4-0637 25-Aug-1990Fleetwood Town2-0391 27-Aug-1990MARINE0-0799 1-Sep-1990MORECAMBE2-1639 5-Sep-1990South Liverpool2-

Seasons Archive 2000-2010 (30 pages)

The action shots are from the Trafford match on November 11th and feature Nigel Gleghorn, Lee Cox, Dave Anane & Charlie Boyd. DateOpponentsF-AAtt. 19-Aug-2000NORTH FERRIBY UNITED1-0375 22-Aug-2000Chorley1-0321 26-Aug-2000Harrogate Town2-0223 28-A

Seasons Archive 2010-2018 (24 pages)

Ashley Stott heads in the only goal of the game in our FA trophy tie against Sutton Coldfield Town. DateOpponentsF-AAtt.GOALSCORERS 21-Aug-2010GARFORTH TOWN1-0316MacPHERSON 24-Aug-2010AFC Fylde1-1249PRITCHARD 28-Aug-2010Mossley (FAC Pr.)0-2221 30-A

Playing Records (5 pages)

DATEOPPONENTS & ROUNDF-AAtt.GOALSCORERS 13-Dec-1969Telford United (3q.)0-51,144 31-Oct-1970Sandbach Ramblers (1q.)3-2500DEANOGDENCARRICK 14-Nov-1970FORMBY (2q.)5-0800OGDEN -3,1p.DEANHASPELL 5-Dec-1970Portmadoc (3q.)1-0527CARRICK 16-Jan-1971SCARBORO

Attendances (3 pages)

HIGHEST OVERALL ATTENDANCES The table below shows the top 100 or so recorded attendances that have watched a Witton Albion match since 1945. HOME MATCHES SHOWN IN CAPITALS The highest by a long way of course being at Wembley with a quartet of pictu

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