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Pitchero Club

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Ground Facilities (1 page)

When you enter the ground if you are unsure where anything is please ask anyone at or near the turnstiles for information. The changing rooms are on the halfway line on the left hand side of the ground. The clubhouse/bar can be accessed from a door

Weekly Draw

Clitheroe Football Club Weekly Draw The weekly draw is looking for new members and still only costs the same as it did over 10 years ago! For only £1 a week you could win one of the £100 or £50 weekly prizes. Payment can be made by monthly standing

Sponsorship (1 page)

The club is always looking to improve the standard of the ground and the team. We have a number of the schemes currently running - do you think you could help? Weekly Draw The weekly draw is looking for new members and still only costs the same as it

Club History (1 page)

The club was formed as Clitheroe Central in 1877 at the Swan Hotel in Castle Street by local businessmen. After playing in local leagues the club joined the Lancashire Combination in 1903 and dropped Central from their name. The first major trophy won wa

Honours (1 page)

FIRST TEAM FA Vase - Finalists 1995/96 FA Vase - Semi Finalists 2000/01 North West Counties League Division 1 - Champions 1985/86, 2003/04 North West Counties League Division 1 - Runners Up 1994/95, 2000/01, 2002/03 North West Counties League Divisio

Train to Station (1 page)

Departing from Clitheroe Rail Station to Clitheroe Football Club ( Arriving on platform 2 ) Exit Clitheroe Station at this gate. Turn right along narrowing path and right under the bridge underpass. Underpass On exiting the underpass turn

Travel Directions (2 pages)

The postcode for Shawbridge is BB7 1LZ. To find the ground from the A59, turn into to Clitheroe from the Pendle Road junction. Carry on down Pendle Road until you approach Lidl supermarket. Directly opposite is a small terrace of shops and the Facto

Charter Standard (1 page)

Clitheroe Football Club has achieved The FA’s Charter Standard award. The Charter Standard Scheme sets standards for coaching, administration and child protection for all clubs outside the Premier League and Football League. As a benchmark for qua


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