Stowmarket Town F.C.

Stowmarket Town F.C.

Stowmarket Town F.C.

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Stowmarket Town FC is an English football club based in Stowmarket, Suffolk. The club are currently members of Eastern Counties League Division One and play at Greens Meadow.

The club is affiliated to the Suffolk County FA.


The club was founded as Stowmarket Association F.C. in 1883 by a merger of Stowmarket St Peter and Stowmarket Ironworks. Originally playing at the Cricket Meadow, their first match was against Needham Market School. The club were founder members of the Suffolk County Football Association in 1885. By the late 1800s the club had dropped the word "Association" from its name, which had originally been used to distinguish it from the local rugby club.

They joined the newly-formed Ipswich & District League in 1896, and won the title in its first two seasons and again in 1899-1900. In 1907 they won the Suffolk Junior Cup, beating Westbourne Mills 5-1, and in 1909-10 the club won the league again, with the reserve team winning the second division. They won the title again in 1921-22, before transferring to the Essex & Suffolk Border League in 1925.

In 1931 the club won the Suffolk Senior Cup for the first time, beating Sudbury Town 3-1. They won it for a second time in 1933, beating Kirkley 5-2, and again the following season, with a 3-0 win over Bury Town.

At the end of the 1936-37 season the club disbanded due financial difficulties. After World War II...
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