Coleshill Town F.C.

Coleshill Town F.C.
Coleshill Town
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Full name Coleshill Town Football Club
Nickname(s) The Colemen, The Colts
Founded 1894
Ground Pack Meadow
Packington Lane
(Capacity: 2,070 (570 seated))
Chairman England Paul Woodford
Manager England Carl Adams
League Midland Football Alliance
2010–11 Midland Football Alliance, 12th
Home colours
Away colours

Coleshill Town Football Club are a semi-professional football club based in Coleshill, Warwickshire, England.



Pack Meadow

Coleshill Town were established in 1894 and joined the Midland Combination Division Two in 1967. In 1970 they won this division and were promoted to Division One, where they remained for the next thirty years (during which the division was renamed the Premier Division). In 2000 they were relegated but bounced back at the first attempt.

In the 2007–08 season Coleshill were crowned champions of the Midland Combination Premier Division. Pack Meadow has recently had a new 70 seater stand built to meet regulations for the Midland Football Alliance.

In the 2009–10 season, the club finished in the top eight of Midland Alliance, but lost in the semi-finals of the League Cup. Dosthill Colts will share the Pack Meadow stadium on a three year deal starting in the 2010–11 season.


Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
England GK Craig Johnson
England DF Rob Evans
England DF Chris Charles
England DF Luke Edwards
England MF Marvin Johnson
England MF Jason Lanns
No. Position Player
England MF Ben Porter
England MF Robert Freeman
England MF John Powis
England FW Matty Robinson
England FW Chris Gumery
England FW Lewis Moss

Notable former players

See Coleshill Town F.C. Players

  • England Alex Rodman
Alex Rodman

Club records

  • Best league performance: 1st in Midland Combination Premier Division, 2007-08
  • Best FA Cup performance: 1st qualifying round, 1983-84
  • Best FA Vase performance: 3rd round, 2007-08


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