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Heanor Town

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Founded: 1883

Years in NCEL: 1982-1986, 2012-

Nickname: The Lions

Status: Derbyshire FA

Home Colours: White/Black/White

Away Colours: Red/White/Red

Sponsors: Whitegates Estate Agents (Heanor and Ripley)

Midweek Matchday: Tuesday

Club Personnel

Glen Clarence
Assistant Manager:
James Baker
Steve Huntington, Kenny Shinfield
John Newell

Geoff Clarence
Jade Eley
Amanda Jones
Assistant Secretary:
Martin Baker
Match Secretary:
Jade Eley
Press Officer:
Tony Squires
Programme Editor:
Tony Squires
Website Editor:
Tony Squires

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Ground Details

The Town Ground
Mayfield Avenue, Heanor, DE75 7EN. Tel: 01773 713742

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General Ground Directions:
From M1: J26, take A610 Ripley Road to end of dual carriageway then take A608 to Heanor via Langley Mill. At traffic lights at top of long hill take left lane signed Ilkeston. First right into Mundy Street, second left onto Godfrey Street. Ground on left where road forks. From A608 Derby: Enter town and see Tesco on left. Turn right at roundabout to the Market Place. Turn right at end of square and at crossroads right again onto Mundy Street. Then left into Godfrey Street and ground on left where road forks.

Public Transport:
Station: Derby 10m. Trent Barton bus H1 from Derby (Corporation Street) to Heanor (Burnthouse Road at Mayfield Avenue). Then up Mayfield Avenue. Ground is on right at end at junction with Broadway (m). For return to Derby, left into Broadway, right into Thorpes Road, left into Derby Road and use stop there (m).
Public transport directions courtesy of Andy Edwards. Click here to go to his website.

Admission Price: 5, 3
Capacity: 2700, Cover: 1000, Seats: 100
Clubhouse: Yes
Club Shop: Not yet but possibly next season.

Club History

League History:
Derbyshire League 1884-92, Midlands Alliance 1892-94, Midland Counties League 1894-97, Derbyshire League 1897-98, Midland Counties League 1898-1900, Mid-Derbyshire League 1901-06, Derbyshire Senior League 1921-26, Central Alliance League 1925-26, Midland Counties League 1926-28, Derbyshire League 1928-33, Central Combination 1933-36, Notts Amateur Combination 1936-38, Derby & District Amateur League 1951-52, Notts Alliance 1952-53, Central Alliance 1953-60, Midland Counties League 1961-72, West Midlands (Regional) League 1972-74, Midland Counties League 1975-82, NCEL 1982-86, Central Midlands League 1987-2008, East Midlands Counties League 2008-12, NCEL 2012-.
East Midlands Counties League: 2011/12; Central Alliance: Div1 Nth - 1956/57 1957/58; Central Combination: 1933/34; Central Midlands League: Supreme Div - 1994/95 1996/97, League Cup - 1993/94 1994/95 2006/07, Floodlit Cup - 1988/89; Midland Alliance: 1892/93; Derbyshire League: 1890/91 1891/92 1897/98 1928/29 1929/30; Derbyshire Senior League: 1923/24 1924/25; Derbyshire Senior Cup: 1892/93 1893/94 1897/98 1899/00 1965/66 1966/67 1967/68 1969/70 1976/77; Derby & District Amateur League: Knock Out Cup - 1951/52.
Best Season:
FA Cup: 1st Rd - 1891/92 1893/94 1896/96 1898/99 1958/59 1963/64; FA Trophy: 2nd Qual Rd - 1970/71 1971/72 1974/75 1981/82; FA Vase: 4th Rd - 1988/89 1989/90 2001/02.
Players Progressing:
Several including Nigel Clough to Nottingham Forest, Peter Dolby to Shrewsbury Town, Nigel Pearson to Sheffield Wednesday.

NCEL History

Page Last Updated: 24th November, 2014