Where is Cheltenham Town training ground?

Where is Cheltenham Town training ground?

Cheltenham Town F.C. Training GroundCheltenham Town F.C. / Training ground

Where is Fleetwood FC ground?

Highbury StadiumFleetwood Town F.C. / Arena/StadiumHighbury Stadium is a football stadium in Fleetwood, Lancashire, England with Wyre Borough Council as the landlords. It is the home ground of Fleetwood Town and was also used for home matches by Blackpool F.C. reserves until 2014. Wikipedia

Why are Cheltenham Town called the Robins?

The early 1930’s were a time of immense importance in the club’s history. In 1932 the club (which had now switched from ruby shirts to red and white shirts, gaining the nickname “the Robins”) moved to their current home at Whaddon Road.

Who is Jonny Rocks stadium named after?

Jonathan Horrocks
Jonathan Horrocks, managing director of JONNY-ROCKS, which specialises in business and private VIP across the South West, said: “I’m absolutely delighted to embark on this new partnership and look forward to welcoming fans to the Jonny-Rocks Stadium for the new Sky Bet League Two season.

Where is Cheltenham Town FC?

Gloucestershire, England
Cheltenham Town Football Club is a professional association football club based in the town of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. From the 2021–22 season, the club compete in League One, the third tier of the English football league system, after winning the League Two title.

Where is Cheltenham FC located?

Cheltenham, United KingdomCheltenham Town F.C. / Location

Where is Morecambe FC located?

Morecambe, United KingdomMorecambe F.C. / Location

Where is Gillingham football ground?

Priestfield StadiumGillingham F.C. / Arena/Stadium

Who are Cheltenham Town Rivals?

The club contests rivalries with Gloucester City and Forest Green Rovers. Founded in 1887, the club spent much of its early history competing in local football circles, before moving to the Birmingham Combination in 1932 and then the Southern League in 1935.

Who owns Cheltenham FC?

It has more than 300 shareholders, but the vast majority of these are held by four individuals or companies: former club director Simon Keswick, CTFC Investments Ltd (which represents a Cheltenham Town supporter based in the Cayman Islands), former club chairman Paul Baker and the Robins Trust.

What is Doncaster Rovers stadium called?

Eco-Power StadiumDoncaster Rovers F.C. / Arena/Stadium

What is Morecambe stadium called?

Mazuma StadiumMorecambe F.C. / Arena/Stadium