A Look in the Future for the Stockport Team

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Stockport Football Club has a history dating back to 1883, and the “Hatters” made it to the First Division for five years in the 1990s. However, the following seasons saw a decline in the team’s fortunes, and the club went into administration in 2009.

After more than a century of football at Edgeley Park it looked like the lights might be going out forever, but in 2010 a consortium came forward to save the club. After the takeover, the 2015 Group Read the rest of this entry »

What is the Season to Play Football?

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Fall is the best time to play some football. People know that this is a great season in terms of how the weather is going to feel. When someone is going to be out running around the football pitch, it is good to have comfortable weather to do this in. No one wants to be getting overheated when they are enjoying the game that they love.

The fall makes for the perfect weather for playing football. People are bound to find this more Read the rest of this entry »

A Look at the Stockport Team in 2011

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In the 2011-2012 season, Stockport County Football Club played in the Conference National league, which is the fifth tier of the English Football League system. In the previous season, the team was relegated to the Conference League after finishing in the bottom positions of the English League 2. 2011 marked the first time in more than 100 years that Stockport County F.C. was relegated into the Conference League.

Stockport County F.C. had a rather disappointing 2011-2012 season. The team won 12 of the 49 total season games played.Is this new to you? Catch up < Read the rest of this entry »

Why Should Football Players Play for Stockport?

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Football players are lining up to play for the Stockport County Hatters for various reasons. One has to do with American team member Euan Holden. The 24 year old Defender was actually born in Scotland but moved to the U.S. at an early age. Fans and other hopeful players remember his first goal for the team which won the game against Kettering.

Daniel O’Donnell is another reason future players look at joining the Hatters. The 6’2″ Defender is Read the rest of this entry »

Competition Among Football Teams in UK is Firece

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Competition among footballo teams in the UK are definitely getting more intense and firece. If you want to know the statistics or ratings, or even scores, you’LL be able to look up all of the information online. It’s best to always look at re caps or re runs that you may have missed so that you can see just what other people have been seeing. This is of course, if you did not watch any of these events live. Football teams in the UK are preparing themselves for further competition because they are Read the rest of this entry »

The General Strategies Used to Win Football Games

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When preparing for a big matchup, before any practice or training, the coach will set up the video of the opposing team, in order for players to see what they are up against for the big game. This is going to allow them to prepare mentally, for what they are going to be playing against on the field, and will allow them to change their mindset, in order to be able to compete with a different level of competition. As far as the training is concerned for a game, the team will prepare with practice each day Read the rest of this entry »

The Field that the Stockport Team Plays on

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Originally formed as the Heaton Norris Rovers in 1883, the Stockport County Football Club merged with the Heaton Norris Football Club and adopted their current name. The club was given the nickname of the Hatters by their supporters and shared the nickname with Luton Town, the center of the Victorian hat- making industry of the time.
Stockport County Football Club or F.C. sports their traditional blue and white kit on their home field at Edgeley Park since 1902. This park was built originally Read the rest of this entry »

Things to do in Stockport with your kids

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So you’ve decided to go beyond the satellite direct TV and head to Stockport to see a match for yourself but you’ve got the kids in tow. Here are a few great activities for you to check out with the whole family while you’re in Stockport:
Vernon Park Museum: It’s a great historical spot with differing exhibits throughout the year. The kids will love how interactive it is and you’ll love how the whole place is practically a babysitter.
Skatecity: It’s been featured on Read the rest of this entry »

Stockport Team is the Best Football Team

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The Stockport Football is located in Stockport, Great Manchester, and is the best football team in all of England. The Stock team can trace its rich history back to 1883 when the current team had been known as the Heaton Norris Rovers. The team has all sorts of accomplisments that back up the claim that they are the best football in England.

The team saw its biggest home win on 6 January 1934 as the team won 13 to 0 aganist the Halifax Town. This continues to Read the rest of this entry »

The Best Players from the Football Club

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Stockport Football club has a rich history of records and some of the best soccer players around. Since the football club was founded in 1883, a number of key players have emerged and made historical contributions to the football club, one such player is Alf Lythgoe who scored the most goals in a season. In 1933-1934, he scored 46 league goals and 6 cup goals. The most goals were scored by Jack Conner, who also has the record for most hat-tricks in Read the rest of this entry »