Why Alford Town Football Club
Alford Town FC
Alford Town is situated close to the town’s iconic windmill and owns the land on which its senior teams play and where the clubhouse is located whilst renting the land which accommodates the junior pitches.
From September 2021 we will have 9 junior teams, including two girls’ teams, a Walking Football team and 2 senior men’s teams. In 2020 we were granted FA Charter status, a sign of the progress made by the club and its plans for future development.
Why Sponsor Alford Town FC?
- We are a growing community club: from September 2021, we will have 9 junior teams, 1 walking football team and 2 senior men's teams competing in leagues covering the whole of Lincolnshire.
- Be part of a good news story for Alford with the club promoting health, wellbeing & community cohesion in the town - we currently have 170+ youngsters training & playing regularly at the club
- Raise your company's profile both locally & regionally via sponsoring the strips and via our growing social media presence
- To become the team of choice for the young people of Alford.
- Secure a place for our First XI in the Lincolnshire League and beyond.
- Establish a senior women's team, competing in an affiliated League.
- Establish Walking Football as a viable element of the club.
- Significantly improve the facilities to include a new clubhouse & a 3G/4G pitch.
- Provide increased sporting, social and employment opportunities for the community
Organised football has a long and illustrious history in Alford, being played in the town for over 120 years. Alford United was the winner of the inaugural Lincolnshire League in season 1948-49 and was to go on to numerous successes over the years, notably playing Grimsby Town in the FA Cup, attracting a crowd in excess of four thousand.