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Chesterfield Town F.C.

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  • Evening Training at Brookfield has now started. Check the "Where we play" for the schedule. 30.09.15
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Welcome to Chesterfield Town FC

The Club was formed in the summer of 2004 with its main aim at the time to provide the youngsters living in and around the Dunston, Moor and St Helens Wards of Chesterfield with a chance to play organised football. The very first season saw us field just two teams and a Sunday morning training club for boys and girls aged 4 to 7 years old.

Over the last ten years the club has grown to be the biggest amateur football club in Derbyshire. For 2014-15 we are fielding twenty one Junior and Youth teams from u7’s through to u18’s in four different leagues across Derbyshire, South Yorkshire and North Nottinghamshire.

We also currently have two Adult sides. One of them is starting their second season in the Midlands Regional Alliance which sits at tiers 12 to 14 of the Football League Pyramid. The other is our Over 35’s Veterans who play in and around Sheffield in the Wragg League.

On the field our club has met with considerable success. We have won numerous cups and league titles at all levels and taken part in over a hundred tournaments locally, nationally and abroad; where the name of Chesterfield Town is now established and respected.

We are also an FA Charter Standard Community Club that has won the Chesterfield and NE Derbyshire Sports Club of the year (twice), Derbyshire Charter Standard Club of the year and the FA Charter Standard Community Club Award.

As well as fielding teams at every age group from Under 7’s to Under 18’s we continue to run our ‘Feeder Squad’ where youngsters enjoy fun training from the age of four years old each Sunday morning.

Away from the field the Club has built up a growing list of links with partners and sponsors. In particular we have built up key relationships with Chesterfield Football Club, Chesterfield Borough Council, Local Community Forums and the Derbyshire County FA who are the providers for the majority of the courses our members attend.

Costs to keep our club running, whilst welcoming new members, is continually increasing at a time when funding streams are reducing. New sponsors therefore are always welcome and anyone interested in helping can contact our Club General Secretary Simon Bannister at his email address

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