Ahead of Tuesday’s (23rd October) replay against Warrington Town in The FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round, here’s 10 facts that you may or may not know about The Yellows…
- They were formed in 1949, originally known as Stockton Heath Albion.
- It was until 1961, The Yellows officially became Warrington Town!
- The club play their home games at Cantilever Park, it takes its name from the Cantilever Bridge, a high-level road bridge over the Manchester Ship Canal that towers over the ground to the east.
- Cantilever Park has a capacity of 2,500.
- They were runners up in The FA Vase in 1987.
- The furthest round Warrington have reached in the FA Cup is the Second Round Proper in 2014-15. They played Gateshead, losing 2-0.
- Last season, Warrington finished 3rd in The Northern Premier League – the club’s highest position in their history!
- From 21st September 2018 until 13th October 2018, The Yellows went eight games unbeaten and went 13 hours without conceding a goal in The Northern Premier League.
- Full back David Raven played three games for Liverpool during the 2004-05 season.
- Manager Paul Carden has been in charge of the club since 2016.
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