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Lye Town

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Address:  
Stourbridge Road, Lye,
West Midlands DY9 7DH
Telephone:
01384 422672
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Website:
www.webteams.co.uk/Home.aspx?team=lyetownfc
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Lye Town Football Club are one of the longest established clubs in the West Midlands region, having been founded in 1930.
From the end of the Second World War until 2013/14 they were members of the West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division.
From 1976-1981, Lye Town were runners-up in four out of five seasons, twice on goal average. The League Cup was won in 1975/76 beating Dudley Town 1-0 in the final. Lye Town have also been finalists on 5 other occasions.
In 1997/98 season, Lye Town won the Championship as well as being League Cup finalists. However, they were refused promotion to the Alliance, due to not meeting ground regulations. Runners-up Stourport Swifts were promoted in their place.
2011 saw a change in Chairmanship and also first team management.
2010/11 season saw Lye Town first team win the Birmingham County FA Midweek Floodlit Cup and their youth team win the Midland Floodlit Youth League Central Division. In 2011/12 this was followed up by the first team winning the Smedley Crooke Memorial Challenge Cup.
2012/13 saw the first team finish runners up in the West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division missing out on promotion by only one point, and also winning for the 2nd time in 3 seasons the Birmingham County FA Midweek Floodlit Cup.
2013/14 season saw further progress with the first team achieving a league and cup double, winning the West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division and also the Worcestershire FA Senior Urn.
Following promotion to Step 5 the 2014/15 season sees a new challenge in the newly formed Midland Football League Premier Division.
Over recent seasons the club has expanded its range of teams and now in addition to the First team has a Youth team, Ladies team and 10 junior teams in age ranges of Under 7 to Under 16. There are plans in place to further expand the club in the coming seasons and hopefully continue the progress on the pitch.
Club Connections:
Stefan Ashman, Jake Bedford, Danny Priest, Billy Russell
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Date Comp. Venue Score Stadium Crowd
23.09.2017 Midland Football League Premier Division Home 2 - 0 Victoria Ground 765