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Coventry United


Butts Park Arena, Butts Road
Coventry CV1 3GE
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Coventry United F.C. is an English association football club based in Coventry in the West Midlands. The team competes in the Midland Football League Division Two. However, after successfully being promoted in the 2014-15 season, they will begin playing in the Midland Football League Division One.

The club was founded in 2013 by chairman Jason Kay along with three co-chairmen Jason Timms, Marcus Green and Pete Schofield in reaction to Coventry City moving from the Ricoh Arena to Northampton to play at Sixfields Stadium. Edwin Greaves has been in charge at the club since its formation and has seen back-to-back promotions, including one league championship and one Presidents Cup trophy.

On the 4th July 2015, the club announced the takeover of Coventry City Ladies F.C, rebranding the ladies side Coventry United Ladies F.C.

Biggest win: Coventry United 28-0 Polesworth (17/04/2014)
Biggest loss: Perrywood 3-1 Coventry United (30/04/2014)
Highest scoring game: Coventry United 28-0 Polesworth (17/04/2014)
First competitive goal for the club: Stefan McGrath (10/08/2013)
Most goals scored in one game by a single player: 6 - Daniel Stokes (Coventry United 28-0 Polesworth - 17/04/2014)
Longest unbeaten run (all competitions): 21 matches (08/11/2014-present)
Longest unbeaten run (league only): 18 matches (04/10/2014-present)
Most clean sheets in a row (all competitions): 5 (17/01/2015 - 21/02/2015)
Most clean sheets in a row (league only) : 3 (17/01/2015 - 31/01/2015)

2013 – The club is founded by four friends after the problems surrounding local club Coventry City.
2014 – Coventry United defeat Polesworth 28–0.
2014 - Coventry United win promotion from the Midland Football League Division Three after finishing 2nd place.
2015 – In April, Coventry United were crowned champions of the Midland Football League Division Two with six league games remaining.
2015 - In July, the club announced the takeover of Coventry City Ladies Football Club, re-branding the Womens Premier League side as Coventry United Ladies Football Club.
2016 - Again in April, the team win the Midland Football League Division One, gaining promotion to the Midland Football League Premier Division.
2016 - In October, Coventry United won the "Club of the Year" award at the Coventry & Warwickshire Sports Awards. They were also runners up in the "Team of the Year" category.
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Date Comp. Venue Score Stadium Crowd
16.09.2017 Midland Football League Premier Division Away 1 - 0 Butts Park Arena 392