Updated Saturday 23rd September 2017 . . . . Last Tuesday Night's Evo Stik NPL North Game:  Prescot Cables 2 v 1 Trafford - See Match Reports . . . . Next Sportsman's Dinner - See Below . . . . Club Contacts - See Club Details . . . . See 'Club Diary' For All Forthcoming Fixtures . . . . 

LATEST NEWS Updated 23/09/17

Frank Hannah M/c Premier Cup date:

Glossop NE v Trafford

Tuesday 24th October 2017 ko 7.45pm  


Last Tuesday Night’s game:

Prescot Cables 2 v 1 Trafford

See Match Reports


Frank Hannah M/c Premier Cup Draw

See Club News


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TRAVEL TO TRAFFORD

TRAFFORD FC  First Point Shawe View, Pennybridge Lane, Flixton, M41 5DL Telephone: 0161-747-1727  M60 anti-clockwise exit at Junction 10 (Trafford Centre) and turn right towards Urmston B5214.  Straight across two roundabouts. First lights turn right into Moorside Road, at next roundabout take second exit into Bowfell Road. At next lights turn sharp left, then

immediately right into Pennybridge Lane next to Bird-in-hand Pub, parking on left 100 yards. OR Leave M60 at Junction 8 taking A6144(M) towards Lymm, Partington and Carrington.

At second set of traffic lights turn right on B5158 towards Flixton. Remain

on B5158 crossing railway bridge at Flixton Station and turn right at

next set of traffic lights, passing Bird-in-Hand Pub. Take immediate

right into Pennybridge Lane. Car Park is approximately 100 yards





Trafford FC would like to thank our sponsors: SBFD Services - First Point Commercials - McDonalds Restaurants - Chartwell Financial Advisors - Adrak - The Home Mill - Jones Executive Coaches - David Herd Motors - San Giovanni - Bannister Preston - Brand Imaging Solutions - Earle & Ginger - Fraudsters - John A Walker - Levertech - Rebus - United We Stand - Food Careers - Rabin Opticians - Welslot Ltd - J1 Technologies - JP & Brimelow Estate Agents - Peters Pies - Trafford Brakes - County Grill - Dartford News - John R Tollitt - Orangutans - Scrumptious Tea Room - Martin's Bakery - Ian Dewar Interiors - Malcolm's Pharmacy - Patricias Florist - Bus Stop Cafe - Richards Cakes - Carl Anderson - Deccan Restaurant - Urmston Scaffolding . . . .  
Mail: editor@traffordfc.co.uk

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Dave Murray


Ground:

Shawe View

Pennybridge Lane Flixton, Manchester

M41 5DL.

Tel. 0161-747-1727

Trafford FC 2017-18

Back Row: Chris Palmer, Michael Monaghan, Ally Brown, Rio Ahmadi, Sean Yeldrem, Declan Rydings, Josh Granite, Kingsley Williams.

Middle Row: Bob Baker, Tom Schofield, James Dean, Paul Linwood, Grant Shenton, Scott Sephton, Andy Keogh, Pauli Loukola, Dave Andrew (Keeper Coach).

Front Row: Brian Summerskill, Steve Mason, Danny Caldecott (Coach), Tom Baker Manager), Chris Shuker (Assistant Manager), Jack Dorney, Ashley Woods

Next game:

Evo Stik NPL North


TRAFFORD  v  Droylsden

Saturday 23rd September 2017

Ko 3.00pm

TRAFFORD FC

SPORTSMAN’S DINNER

Guest Speaker Sammy McIIroy

(last of the Busby Babes)

With Comedian Austin Knight

On Friday 13th October 2017 to be held

at Davyhulme Park Golf Club Tickets: £30

Contact: Dave Law:07772-287086

Samuel Baxter McIlroy (born 2 August 1954) is a former Northern Ireland international footballer who played for Manchester United, Stoke City, Manchester City, Örgryte (Sweden), Bury, Admira Wacker (Austria),

After playing, he managed several English football teams and the Northern Ireland national team, gaining most success with Macclesfield Town. He was most recently the manager of  Football League Two side Morecambe.

International career

As a player for Northern Ireland McIlroy won 88 caps and scored 5 goals. He played in all of the country's matches during both the 1982 World Cup, where Northern Ireland defeated the host nation Spain and advanced to the second round, and the 1986 World Cup in which he captained the team. He was also part of the Northern Ireland side which won the final Home Internationals Championship.