Formed in 1889 as Wimbledon Old Centrals, the club spent most of its history in amateur and semi-professional non-League football before a rapid ascent to the top-flight of English football in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Wimbledon stayed in the First Division and then the FA Premier League from 1986 until 2000.
James Haytor holds the record for the fastest hat-trick in league football, when he came on as a substitute against Wrexham on 86 mins with his side leading 3-0, Scoring 3 goals in 2 mins 17 secs Nicknamed "The Cherries" their stadium was built on a cherry tree orchard Biggest Loss - 9-0 vs Lincoln City, 18th December 1982, Division 3 Biggest Win - 11-0 vs Margate, 20th November 1971, FA Cup 1st Round Most Appearances - Steven Fletcher 628, 1992 - 2013 Record Scorer - Ray Eyre 202, 1924 -1933 Kellamergh Park Bryning Lane Warton Fylde Lancashire PR4 1TN Telephone - 01772 682 593 Capacity - 3,180 (533 Seated) Formed - 1988 Nickname(s) - The Coasters Club Colours - All White Current League - National League FA Vase Winners - 2008 National League North Winners - 2016-17 Northern Premier League - Challenge Cup Winners - 2013-14 Northern Premier League - Division 1 North Winners - 2011-12 Northern Premier League - President's Cup Winners - 2013-14 The club was formed by the amalgamation of Kirkham Town FC and Wesham FC in 1988.
Kirkham & Wesham FC as they were known played their first season in the West Lancashire League in 1988-89, taking the place previously held by Kirkham Town FC in Division 1.
took on the Accrington name to become Accrington Stanley.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.This page is for anything related, in any way, either directly or indirectly, to football teams in the UK and football teams in Spain.They were immediately promoted, finishing as runners-up in 1995-96.The West Lancashire League was re-structured with the First Division being renamed as the Premier Division in the 1998-99.