History - Archive of Fixture Cards

History - Archive of Fixture Cards

These cards were part of the collection of Club memorabilia accumulated by Club stalwart George Adams, supplemented by a small number from Roland Griffiths, Jeff Rees and Bryan Weaver.

They span the seasons 1950/51 (shortly after the Club was re-formed after WW2) until the present.

Click on the season concerned to link to a pdf file containing that year's Fixture Card.

 

 

 

 

 1933/34

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 1949/50

 1950/51

 1951/52

 1952/53

 1953/54

 1954/55

 1955/56

 1956/57

 1957/58

 1958/59

 1959/60

 1960/61

 1961/62

 1962/63

 1963/64

 1964/65

 1965/66

 1966/67

 1967/68

 1968/69

 1969/70

 1970/71

 1971/72

 1972/73

 1973/74 

 1974/75

 1975/76

 1976/77

 1977/78

 1978/79

 1979/80

 1980/81

 1981/82

 1982/83

 1983/84

 1984/85

 1985/86

 1986/87

 1987/88

 1988/89

 1989/90

 1990/91

 1991/92

 1992/93

 1993/94

 1994/95

 1995/96

 1996/97

 1997/98

 1998/99

 1999/00

 2000/01

 2001/02

 2002/03

 2003/04

 2004/05

 2005/06

 2006/07

 2007/08

 2008/09

 2009/10

 2010/11

 2011-12

 

 

 

 

 

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