Telford United FC

The club were formed as Parish Church Institute in 1872 and became Wellington Town 1879. The became Telford United 1969 and folded in 2004. A new AFC Telford United were formed on the same day in 2004.

League
1891/92 (SL) W 5-0 D 1-1
1898/99 (BDL) W 5-1 W 3-1
1899/00 (BDL) L 1-2 L 0-1
1900/01 (BDL) W 3-1 W 2-1
1902/03 (BDL) W 5-1 W 8-0
1903/04 (BDL) W 1-0 L 1-4
1904/05 (BDL) W 2-0 L 0-3
1905/06 (BDL) W 7-0 W 4-1
1908/09 (BDL) W 2-1 W 3-0
1909/10 (BDL) W 6-1 D 1-1
1910/11 (BDL) D 1-1 W 4-2
1911/12 (BDL) W 4-0 L 0-5
1912/13 (BDL) W 1-0 L 0-1
1913/14 (BDL) W 5-0 W 2-1
1914/15 (BDL) W 4-1 W 3-2
1919/20 (BDL) D 3-3 L 1-6
1920/21 (BDL) L 2-4 L 0-1
Birmingham Cup
1921/22 (4) Home D 1-1
(R) Away L 0-1
1922/23 (5) Away W 3-2
Walsall Cup
1895/96 (2) Home W 8-0
1896/97 (2) Away L 2-3
1897/98 (2) Home W 2-1
1906/07 (SF) Away L 1-3
Shropshire Senior Cup
2000/01 (F) Gay Meadow W 2-0

Also see Youth

Associated with both clubs

Kevin Ashley, Derek AshtonGeorge Bellis, Frank Boxley, Steve Biggins, Shaun Bradbury, Justin Bray, Chris Brindley, Bill Caddick, Brian Caswell, Kevin Charlton, Wayne Clarke, Robert Colley, Steve Daley, Andy de bont, Dean Edwards, Neil Edwards, Mel Evans, Ron Flowers, Johnny Hancocks, Arnold Henshall, Rob Hindmarch, Mick Holmes, Jack Holyhead, Dickie Howells, Dennis Isherwood, Fred Kemp, Albert Legge, Aaron McCarey, William Micklewright, Lee Mills, Jimmy Murray, Andy Mutch, Geoff Palmer, Albert Picken, Charles Pilsbury, Roy Pritchard, Jon Purdie, Bradley Reid, Sam Ricketts, Alf Riley, Darren Roberts, Stuart Ross, Darren Simpkin, Colin Taylor, Mark Turner, Joe White and Ted White.