Biddulph Victoria is a football club based in Biddulph, Staffordshire, currently playing in the Midland Football Alliance.
Biddulph Victoria FC was originally formed under the name Knypersley Victoria
in 1969 football, inheriting the Tunstall Road ground of the defunct Knypersley F.C. The new club joined the Staffordshire County League (North) and the Leek & Moorlands Sunday League. During the 1970s, due to financial difficulties, the club disbanded their Saturday side and until 1979 they fielded only a Sunday side in the Leek & Moorlands League. A Saturday side was reformed in 1979, rejoining the Staffs County League (North), where they met with much success. In the mid-1980s the former Stoke City
and England star Mike Pejic
had a spell as manager.
In 1984 the club became founder members of the Staffordshire Senior League., where they remained until 1991, when it was felt that a fresh challenge was needed, with the result that the club applied for and were accepted in to the West Midlands (Regional) League, where they were Division One champions in 1992/93. After some solid performances in the Premier Division, the Vics were invited to become a founder member of the Midland Football Alliance for the 1994/95 season, where they have played ever since, albeit generally as a mid-table team. In 2002, the club changed their name to Biddulph Victoria to better reflect on the whole local area and not just one part of it.
- Best league performance: 5th in Midland Football Alliance, 1995/96
- Best FA Cup performance: 4th qualifying round, 1997/98
- Best FA Vase performance: 2nd round, 1997/98, 1999/2000 and 2005/06
- Mike and Tony Williams (2006). Non League Club Directory 2006. Tony Williams Publications Ltd. ISBN 1-869833-54-6.