are a football club
based in Cleckheaton
, on the border with Hightown
and members of the Northern Counties East Football League Premier Division
for the 2011–12 season.
Liversedge play their home games at Clayborn, which features a clubhouse to the top West corner of the ground, covered seating at the North, and small covered terracing stand to the West behind the goal. Prior to the 2004–05 season the ground had a large slope from the North to the South. The pitch was dug up in closed season of 2005, and the surface was rebuilt from scratch to make a new, flat field. Liversedge had to play their first few games away for the 2005–06 season while the turf bedded in.
Liversedge have been close to promotion into a higher league, including the 2005-2006 season, when they finished runners-up to Buxton
and won the League Cup in addition. However, there were not sufficient facilities for promotion to the Northern Premier League
, it was noted that they didn't have separate changing rooms for female referees.
Sedge have an under-19s team who play in the Northern U19 Alliance League West Division.
One of their best players of recent years, forward Paul Walker rejoined Sedge at the start of the 2009–10 season to play as a striker and by the start of December had scored an amazing tally of 26 goals including 22 in the league, notably he'd scored 5 goals in the 9–2 home victory over basement club......