Brentwood Town F.C.

Brentwood Town F.C.

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Brentwood Town F.C. are an English football club based in Brentwood, Essex. The club is currently a member of the Isthmian League Division One North.


Football in the town of Brentwood goes back to the 19th century when the original Brentwood Town in 1886 reached the quarter finals of the FA Cup where they were beaten 3-1 by the eventual winners Blackburn Rovers.

In 1920 Brentwood & Warley FC owed their origins to a Junior team, Records United, a team of clerks from the Pay Office at Warley Barracks. One of the first players and also the first Hon. Secretary was H.C. Bear (Sonny) and his association with the club was to continue into the 1960s. The club became Seniors in the early thirties gaining admission to the Spartan League. Later it joined with the Brentwood Mental Hospital, but some time in the 1930s the club disbanded. In 1939 the Club was reformed, but only for a few games, owing to the war. In the 1940s 50s and 60s the town had a successful amateur club, Brentwood & Warley FC, who were three times winners of the Delphian League. In 1946 it was decided to kick off again even though the Club had no ground. This lack of a ground led to the Daily Express famously dubbing them the "Homeless Wanderers", but through the kindness of Hubert Ashton, the Club was able to play on three grounds - the County Ground, the Brentwood School Ground, and the Brentwood Mental Hospital Ground. Application was made for election to the London League, but this was...
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