Fleetwood Town

If you are looking to travel to watch your club play against Fleetwood Town you will love the great atmosphere at Highbury Stadium.

Be sure to check out our guide to Highbury Stadium away fans to find out all of the important information regarding the fastest route to and from the stadium, and also if there are any pubs, restaurants and cafés in the local area that are welcoming to visiting away fans.

Fleetwood Town FC is a professional football club that plays in League One which is the third tier of English Football. Managed by Scott Brown the side are hoping to not get dragged into a relegation fight.

In our Fleetwood Town Football Club guide, we provide you with all the information from the squad, upcoming fixtures and results, to the history of Fleetwood Town.

Fleetwood Town Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Fleetwood Town 2024:

Goal Keepers

GoalkeeperPldGYCRC
Danny Hurst
Jay Lynch
Johnathon Borwick
David Harrington
Tom Donaghy
Billy Crellin
Rio Cragg
Owain Fon Williams

Defender

DefenderPldGYCRC
Shaun Beeley
Harry Boyes
Conor McLaughlin
Steve McNulty
Elijah Campbell
Imari Samuels
Simon Grand
Paul Linwood
Peter Cavanagh
Finley Potter
Harrison Holgate
Sam Barrett
Will Johnson
Billy Batch

Midfielder

MidfielderPldGYCRC
Anthony Barry
Brendan Sarpong-Wiredu
Ian Craney
Gavin Kilkenny
Danny Mayor
Anthony Pilkington
Ben Heneghan
Xavier Simons
Jamie McGuire
Phoenix Maclaren Patterson
Dean Marney
Ged Garner
Barry Baggley
Lawrence Smith
Chiekh Thiam
Dylan Boyle
Drew Baker
Billy Jones
Carl Johnston
Akiel Raffie
Ben Thompson
Danny Edwards
Kyle White
Harvey Macadam
Junior Quitirna
Conor McAleny

Strikers

Attacking MidfielderPldGYCRC
Ryan Broom

Current Fleetwood Town Manager

ManagerAppointment DateToDays in Charge
Charlie Adam31 Dec, 202324 Jul, 2024206

Fleetwood Town Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Sat 27 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
August
Sat 10 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Tue 13 19:45Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 17 15:00Notts CountyAway
Sat 24 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 31 15:00AFC WimbledonAway
September
Tue 03Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 07 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 14 15:00CarlisleAway
Mon 23 20:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 28 15:00CheltenhamAway
October
Tue 01 19:45WalsallAway
Sat 05 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Tue 08Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 12 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 19 15:00Port ValeAway
Tue 22 19:45Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 26 15:00Newport CountyAway
November
Sat 09 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Tue 12BoltonAway
Sat 16 15:00TranmereAway
Sat 23 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
December
Tue 03 19:45Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 07 15:00SwindonAway
Sat 14 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 21 15:00BarrowAway
Thu 26 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sun 29 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
January
Wed 01 15:00DoncasterAway
Sat 04 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 11 15:00GillinghamAway
Sat 18 15:00SalfordAway
Sat 25 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Tue 28 19:45Fleetwood TownAway
February
Sat 01 15:00MorecambeAway
Sat 08 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 15 15:00BromleyAway
Sat 22 15:00GrimsbyAway
March
Sat 01 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Tue 04 19:45CreweAway
Sat 08 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 15 15:00ColchesterAway
Sat 22 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 29 15:00MK DonsAway
April
Tue 01 19:45Accrington StanleyAway
Sat 05 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Sat 12 15:00ChesterfieldAway
Fri 18 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
Mon 21 15:00Harrogate TownAway
Sat 26 15:00Fleetwood TownAway
May
Sat 03 15:00BradfordAway

Fleetwood Town Previous Results

Popular Questions

When was Fleetwood Town Football Club founded?

Fleetwood Town Football Club was founded in 1908.

What is Fleetwood Town FC’s home ground?

Fleetwood Town FC’s home ground is Highbury Stadium, which has a capacity of around 5,000 spectators.

What is Fleetwood Town FC’s highest ever league finish?

Fleetwood Town FC’s highest ever league finish came in the 2013-2014 season when they finished 4th in League Two, securing a place in the playoffs for promotion to League One. They were eventually defeated by Burton Albion in the playoff semi-finals.

Manager History

PeriodManagerCountryborn
31/12/2023 – 30/06/2024Charlie AdamScotland10/12/1985
10/09/2023 – 30/12/2023Lee JohnsonEngland07/06/1981
03/09/2023 – 10/09/2023Matt LawlorEngland20/08/1988
01/07/2022 – 03/09/2023Scott BrownScotland25/06/1985
25/11/2021 – 30/06/2022Stephen CraineyScotland22/06/1981
31/01/2021 – 24/11/2021Simon GraysonEngland16/12/1969
04/01/2021 – 30/01/2021Simon WilesEngland22/04/1985
01/07/2018 – 03/01/2021Joey BartonEngland02/09/1982
22/02/2018 – 30/06/2018John SheridanIreland01/10/1964
18/02/2018 – 21/02/2018Barry NicholsonScotland24/08/1978
30/07/2016 – 17/02/2018Uwe RöslerGermany15/11/1968
06/10/2015 – 29/07/2016Steven PressleyScotland11/10/1973
06/12/2012 – 05/10/2015Graham AlexanderScotland10/10/1971
23/09/2008 – 01/12/2012Micky MellonScotland18/03/1972

Fleetwood Town Trophies

HonourPositionYear
Lancashire CombinationChampion1923-24
Lancashire Combination CupWinner1925-26
Lancashire Combination CupWinner1931-32
Lancashire Combination CupWinner1932-33
Lancashire Combination CupWinner1933-34
Northern Premier League CupWinner1970-71
North West Counties League First DivisionChampion1983-84
FA VaseRunner-up1984-85
Northern Premier League First DivisionChampion1987-88
North West Counties League First DivisionChampion1998-99
North West Counties League Premier DivisionChampion2004-05
Northern Premier League CupWinner2006-07
Northern Premier LeagueChampion2007-08
ConferenceChampion2011-12

Summary

Fleetwood Town Football Club is a professional football club based in Fleetwood, Lancashire, England. The club was founded in 1908 and originally played in local leagues before joining the Lancashire Combination in 1923. In 1961, they became founder members of the Cheshire League and then moved to the Northern Premier League in 1968.

In the 2000s, Fleetwood Town underwent a significant transformation, beginning with their move to the newly-built Highbury Stadium in 1999. The club then secured promotion to the Northern Premier League in 2005, followed by the Conference North in 2006.

Overall, Fleetwood Town’s history has seen them transform from a local club to a professional side with ambitious goals, thanks to the investment and leadership of Andy Pilley and the on-field success of managers like Micky Mellon.

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