About Us

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Welcome to Stockton Town Football Clubs Website, we are an FA Charter Standard Community Club. We currently have 16 Junior Boys Teams that compete in the Teesside Junior Football Alliance ranging in age from U7’s to U16’s. We have a U12’s Junior Girls Team that competes in the Russell Foster Girls League. The Club’s U18’s compete in the Durham FA U18’s Saturday League and the Club’s 1st Team competes in the Wearside Football League which is at Step 7 of the FA National Pyramid System and we are the current reigning Champions and have now won this League Title for 2 consecutive years.

Our Junior Teams are continually successful winning League Titles and Cups on an annual basis and in the last 2 Seasons over 20 players have left Stockton Town to take opportunities with local professional Clubs.

As a Community Club we wish to be an integral part of the community of Stockton on Tees and provide football opportunities for all that wish to be involved at the Club. This can be by playing, refereeing, managing, coaching, spectating or volunteering. At Stockton Town we offer a Saturday Morning Club for all youngsters within the community to turn up regardless of age, gender or ability and take part in organised Coaching sessions with progression to our Teams.

If you wish to get involved or want to learn more about our Club we would be delighted to hear from you and there is loads of information on how to do this within this Website.

Home Ground

All of our Teams play there Home Games at the Football Club which is situated on Bishopton Road West and shares the same entrance as Stockton 6th Form College.

Club Colours

Our Home colours are Yellow/Royal Shirts, Royal Shorts and Royal or Yellow Socks. Our change strip is Royal/White Shirts, Royal Shorts and Royal Socks.

Club Development

In April of 2008 Stockton Town moved into it’s new facilities on Bishopton Road West in Stockton. These facilities were built in partnership with the Football Foundation, Stockton 6th Form College, Our Lady & St Bedes School and Stockton Town Football Club. In total the Project Cost was almost £1.4 million pounds, with close to £200,000 spent on the drainage of the Pitches and the remainder on the new building containing 6 new Changing Rooms, 2 Officials Changing Rooms, Education Room, Club Room and Drama / Dance Studio.

Community Involvement

Stockton Town wishes to be at the heart of the local community and it strives to achieve this in a number of different ways. The Club through it’s Football Development Officer runs a Saturday Morning Club where any child can come and take part in Football Coaching Sessions and Matches with the progression to one of our Teams for those that show the right ability and attitude. These sessions attract over 100 children each Saturday morning.

During School Holidays the Football Club holds Football Holiday Courses, where again it is open to children of all abilities. The courses offer coaching, games and Football matches within a fun and interactive way to those attending.

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