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History (5 pages)

Corby Town Football Club were formed in 1948 and are the second club to represent the town, following Stewarts & Lloyds Corby, who were formed 13 years earlier in 1935. The club’s nickname ‘The Steelmen’ derives from the old steelworks that were in

Steel Park (5 pages)

Steel Park, home of the Corby Town Football Club, was opened on Monday 25th July 2011. The ribbon was cut by Corby Mayor Gail McDade ahead of a 2-0 victory for the Steelmen over Football League side Notts County. Nick Rogan scored the first goal at St

2017/2018 Away Travel Information

In the 2017/18 season the Steelmen will cover a minimum of 2924.4 miles (return journeys) travelling to and from the following clubs in the Evo-Stik South League. All directions are from Steel Park and have been selected as the lowest mileage. Other route

Club Staff

Honorary Club President: Gerry Lucas Honorary Vice Presidents: Pete Cyrrall, John Wilson, Gerry McDade Chairman: Stevie Noble Directors: James Longley, Paul Glass, Phil Toon, Willie Kilgallon Club Secretary: Gerry Lucas Intermin Manager: Steve Kinnib

FA Rule 2.13

Corby Town Football Club. Registered in England, number 02779837. In accordance with regulations rule 2.13 introduced by the FA in August 2012. Legal Name=Company Name= Corby Town Football Club (1993) Limited Form of Organisation=Limited by Shares


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