- About Us
- The Teams
- The Match
Sign up for a 'free' member account:
Find out more
To find our more, why not watch our video »
Website last updated: 21 Nov, 2014 @ 22:21
They were formed in 1919 under the name of Saltisford Rovers and played in various local leagues including the Warwick League, Leamington & District League and the Warwickshire Combination until 1967. During this period the club won a number of honours, including the Birmingham Alliance Senior Cup when they defeated Birmingham City in the final at St. Andrews. In 1967 the club joined the West Midlands (Regional) League. Three years later they changed to their current name (which came from the fact that their ground is by Warwick Racecourse) and soon afterwards switched to the Midland Football Combination, where they were champions in 1988 and runners-up in 1989. After the latter honour they gained promotion to the Southern League where they remained until 2003 when they finished bottom of the Western Division and dropped into the Midland Football Alliance. They remained in the Midland Football Alliance until the end of the 2008â€“09 season, when they were relegated to the Midland Football Combination Premier Division in which they currently play.
Warwick League Champions 1933/34/35/36.
Warwick Cinderella Cup Winners 1935/39 inclusive. 1946/47.
T.G John Cup Winners 1936/37.
Leamington & District Champions 1937/38 and 45/47/48.
Birmingham & West Midlands Alliance Champions 1948/49.
Leamington Hospital Cup Winners 1938/39, 46/47.
Leamington Junior Cup Winners 1938/39, 46/47.
Birmingham & District Alliance Senior Cup Winners 1949/50.
Midland Combination Premier League Champions 1987/88.
Midland Combination Premier League Runners-up. (Gaining Promotion to Southern League) 1988/89.
Polmac Services League Cup Winners 2004/05 (Midland Alliance)
Best league performance: Southern League Midland Division, 10th, 1994/95
Best FA Cup performance: 3rd qualifying round, 1987/88
Best FA Trophy performance: 2nd round, 1998/99
Best FA Vase performance: 4th round, 1977/78
Ben Foster, Birmingham City and England