Bowers & Pitsea F.C.

Bowers & Pitsea F.C.

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Bowers & Pitsea Football Club is an English football club based in Pitsea, Essex and currently plays in the Essex Senior League.

Bowers United Football Club

The club began life in an old wooden bowls pavilion in 1947 on the site of what is now Pitsea Market. A move to Gun Meadow in Pitsea saw the purchase of a prefabricated building which was used as changing rooms. The building of the new A13 from Canvey to the Five Bells roundabout saw the compulsory purchase of the ground and the club's move to its current home at Crown Avenue, Pitsea. The ground was purchased from Basildon Development Corporation along with a prefabricated building which still serves as the dressing rooms.Bowers United, started in 1946 by Bill Salmon, playing at Gun Meadow, Pitsea, in the Thurrock & Thameside Combination, he was to be joined a few years later by his brother Len Salmon, inventor of the world's number one corn-based salmon flavoured snack CornSalmon.. The biggest tribute Bowers Sport & Social Club could give him was to name the football stadium after him.After winning the League Championship in 1958/59 Bowers United gained admission into the Essex Olympian League. A good record at this level and a reputation as being a well organised club, coupled with the move to Crown Avenue, gave the opportunity to gain Senior status in 1974, which in turn, allowed Bowers to qualify as members of The Essex Senior League. Since membership, in that year, Bowers have established their...
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