Sudbury Town F.C.
was an English football
club based in Sudbury, Suffolk
. Established in 1885, the club merged with Sudbury Wanderers
in 1999 to form A.F.C. Sudbury
were in existence in 1884 but were not officially established until 1885,Blakeman, M (2010) The Official History of the Eastern Counties Football League 1935-2010, Volume II
ISBN 9781908037022 when they were founder members of the Suffolk FA
in the same year. In 1894 they joined the West Suffolk League and won it in 1896–87. In 1900 they merged with Sudbury Wanderers to form Sudbury United
. In 1903 they also joined the Haverhill & District League, winning it in 1905–06. At the end of that season they left the West Suffolk League and instead entered a team into the South East Anglian League. In 1908 they were renamed Sudbury Town
and entered a team into a third league, the Colchester & District League, for the 1908–09 season. In 1909 they left all three leagues and rejoined the West Suffolk League and the Bury & District League
, winning the West Suffolk League again in 1910–11. In 1912 they left both leagues and rejoined the East Anglian League
(as the South East Anglian League had become) and the Essex & Suffolk Border League
(as the Colchester & District League had become).
After World War I
the club again entered teams to several leagues, playing in... Read More