Play off fixtures & latest First Division North results & tables
Trafford’s Presentation Evening will be on Friday 5th May in the clubhouse everybody
The next TFC Newsletter will be out after the play off’s
Next TFC Sportsman’s Dinner is on
Friday 9th June 2017
Full Details Below
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TRAVEL TO TRAFFORD
TRAFFORD FC 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.
ORLeave 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 on the left.
Ground:- Shawe View
Pennybridge Lane Flixton, Manchester
Private Company Limited by Guarantee
Trafford Football Club would like
to thank all our loyal supporters for their fantastic support throughout the campaign
see you all next season
Next season commences on
Saturday 12th August 2017
Back Row: Simon Breen (Sponsor), Andy Langford, Kyle Jacobs, Josh Granite, Craig
Saul Lomax-Newton, Luke Pilling, Mark Derbyshire, Lee Neville, Liam Bagshaw, Bob
Dave Andrew (keeper coach), John Eadie (Chairman).
Front Row: Danny Caldecott (Player/Coach),Joanne Breen (Sponsor), Tom Baker (Manager),
Filose Irakoze, Aaron Burns, Nicky Platt, Simon Garner, Liam Brownhill, Ally Brown,
Kingsley Williams, Luke Horrocks,
Chris Shuker (Assistant Manager)
TRAFFORD FC Season 2016-17
Trafford FC Sportsman’s Evening Friday 9th June 2017 at Davyhulme Park Golf Club Guest
Speaker has been confirmed
as Duncan McKenzie &Comedian Dusty Young Chris Martin will compere the evening Tickets
Contact: Dave Law on 07772-287086
Duncan McKenzie was born 10th June 1950, Grimsby andstarted his soccer career at
Nottingham Forest in 1968.
In August 1974, Brian Clough signed Duncan McKenzie for Leeds United. He spent two
seasons at the Elland Road club and produced an impressive 27 goals in 66 league
In the summer of 1976, he had a brief spell at the Belgium club Anderlecht but returned
to England in the same year and signed for Everton for £200,000.00.
His two years at Goodison Park produced 14 goals in 48 games before a move to Chelsea
in September 1978, for a fee of £165, 000.00
In March 1979, he joined Blackburn Rovers for £80,000.00, where he stayed until 1981.
Duncan McKenzie enjoyed two years in the USA with the Tulsa Roughnecks and the Chicago
Sting and then finished his career in Hong Kong playing for Ryoden FC.
With over 300 appearances and over 100 goals scored, Duncan McKenzie was one of the
great mavericks of English football during the 1970’s