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Keynsham Town F.C.

Keynsham Town Football Club is a semi-professional football club founded in 1895 in Keynsham, England.

They were elected to the Western League in 1973, and currently play in the Western Football League Division One, at level ten of the English football league system. They have previously played in the Western Football League Premier, at level nine, and won the Somerset Senior Cup in 1951-52, 1957-58 and 2003-04.

History

Keynsham Town were founded in 1895. They have played continuously apart from a break during World War II and moved to their current ground, the Crown Field, in 1945. They first played in the Bristol & District League and progressed through the Bristol Combination, Bristol Premier and Somerset Senior League and won the Somerset Senior Cup in 1951-52 and 1957-58.

They were elected to the Western League in 1973 but were relegated three years later in 1976. Since then they have been promoted to the Premier Division three times and relegated three times. They won the Somerset Senior Cup for the third time in 2002-03 and reached the 5th round of the FA Vase in 2003-04. They currently play in the Western Football League Division 1.

Colours

Keynsham Town wear amber/black/amber, their change colours are green and white/green/green.

Stadium

Keynsham Town played at several locations in Bristol prior to World War II: "The Hams" until 1910, "Gaston" until 1925, "Park Road" until 1930 and then "Charlton Road" until the outbreak of war in 1939. After World War II, they took up residence at their current ground, Crown Field. The ground was redeveloped in the 1970's. and is now equipped with floodlights.

The club's record attendance was against current Premier League side Chelsea when 3,000 people attended a floodlit game during the 1988-89 season.

Current squad

As of 2007-10-13

Bassanesa, Daniele
Cains, Steve
Colfer, Darren
Denham, Luke
Dibble, David
Durbin, Chris
Dyer, Darren
Dyer, Josh

Dyer, Samuel
Eisbury, Andrew
Fletcher, Jason
Gardner, Chris
Harvey, Mike
Hooper, Terry
King, Chris
Kay, Adam
Machin, Steven

Manns, Chris
Meek, Daniel
Morris, Benjamin
Nethercott, Stuart
Payne, Curtis
Pike, Anthony
Smith, Ricky
Southall, Christian

Speakman, Michael
Towler, Darryl
Uppington, Chris Warren, Jack
Willis, Brodie
Worlock, Russell
Wotton, Shane

Season-by-season record since 1973

Season League Division Position Notes
1973-74 Western League   13/19
1974-75 Western League   8/21
1975-76 Western League   22/23 Relegated
1976-77 Western League Division 1 3/18
1977-78 Western League Division 1 1/19 Promoted
1978-79 Western League Premier 12/20
1979-80 Western League Premier 11/20
1980-81 Western League Premier 12/20
1981-82 Western League Premier 18/20
1982-83 Western League Premier 19/20 Relegated
1983-84 Western League Division 1 5/21
1984-85 Western League Division 1 8/22
1985-86 Western League Division 1 16/22
1986-87 Western League Division 1 13/22
1987-88 Western League Division 1 7/19
1988-89 Western League Division 1 10/20
1989-90 Western League Division 1 8/20
1990-91 Western League Division 1 13/21
1991-92 Western League Division 1 6/22
1992-93 Western League Division 1 7/21
1993-94 Western League Division 1 5/20
1994-95 Western League Division 1 7/21
1995-96 Western League Division 1 3/19
1996-97 Western League Division 1 2/20 Promoted
1997-98 Western League Premier 17/20
1998-99 Western League Premier 19/20 Relegated
1999-00 Western League Division 1 5/17
2000-01 Western League Division 1 2/19 Promoted
2001-02 Western League Premier 13/20
2002-03 Western League Premier 10/18
2003-04 Western League Premier 15/18
2004-05 Western League Premier 11/20
2005-06 Western League Premier 17/20
2006-07 Western League Premier 22/22 Relegated
Source: Football Club History Database

Honours

  • Western League
    • Division 1 Champions 1977-78
    • Runners-up 1996-97, 2000-01
  • Somerset Senior Cup:
    • Winners 1951-52, 1957-58, 2003-04

Keynsham Town Ladies

Keynsham Town Ladies Football Club are the women's football club affiliated to Keynsham Town. They were founded in 1993 as a local six-a-side team and in 1998-99, entered a senior team in South West Women's Football League Division 2, at the same time becoming closely affiliated to Keynsham Town men's club. The team progressed through the league, winning promotion to Division One (South) in 1998-99, to the Premier Division in 2001-02, to the South West Combination Women's league in 2003-04 having won the Premier Division title, and to the FA Women's Premier League Southern Division in 2005-06, having won the South West Combination Women's league. They won the Somerset Cup in 2006.

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