Full name Radford Football Club
Nickname(s) The Pheasants
Founded 1964 (as Manlove & Alliots)
Ground Selhurst Street, Radford,
Nottingham
League East Midlands Counties League
Home colours
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County Association Nottinghamshire

Ground Address Berridge Road West, off Radford Road, Radford, Nottingham. Tel. 0115 9423250

Club Colours: Claret & Sky blue shirts, claret shorts,socks
Alternative Colours:White/blue trim shirts, white shorts, socks

Ground Location: Selhurst Street, Off Radford Road, Nottingham. NG7 5EH GROUND/CLUBHOUSE TELEPHONE: 01159 423250

M1 J26 take A610 to Nottingham at dual carrigeway turn left. Move to right hand lane and go immediately right into Wilkinson Street. At top of street turn right and at second pelican crossing turn right into the ground.

RADFORD FOOTBALL CLUB

Founded in 1964 as Manlove & Alliots FC and played in the nottinghamshire Sunday league. Manlove & Alliots were a Engineering firm situated in Radford. After the firm transfered to Scotland, the club carried on under the name of Radford Olympic FC.

In 1977 we became the first amateur side in Britain to be allowed to wear advertising on our shirts and the BBC Television came along to our home ground on Melbourne Park and filmed one og our matches and interviewed officials for the evening programme "Nationwide".

In 1978 we formed a ground developement committee and decided to seek out a piece of ground preferably in the radford area for developement of our own ground.
Radford Olympic transferred to Saturday Football and made progress up the leagues and in 1982/83 finished Champions of the East Midlands Regional League.

In 1983/84, we won the Central Midlands League Senior Cup. In 2002/03 we were promoted to the Supreme Division of the Central Midlands League and in our first season in the top flight we finished 11th.


1987      Radford Olympic changed name
1991-92   Competed in Premier South Division after re-organisation
1992-93   Regional divisions scrapped, single Premier Division formed
2002-03   Missed runner-up spot on goal difference
          Promoted to Supreme Division
2008-09   Founder members of East Midlands Counties League

SEASON    LEAGUE     P    W    D    L    F    A    P      POS

1987-88   CML-P     32   12    7   13   59   50   43      9/17
1988-89   CML-P     36   15   11   10   64   56   56     10/19
1989-90   CML-P     38   16   11   11   61   45   59      8/20
1990-91   CML-P     34   12    5   17   37   56   41      9/18
1991-92   CML-PS    30   12    3   15   49   72   39     11/16
1992-93   CML-P     36   12    4   20   63  106   40     15/19
1993-94   CML-P     28   11    8    9   50   43   41      8/15
1994-95   CML-P     32   16    6   10   57   43   54      7/17
1995-96   CML-P     34   16    8   10   69   51   56      7/18
1996-97   CML-P     34   12    5   17   50   70   41     13/18
1997-98   CML-P     32   13    6   13   50   67   45      9/17
1998-99   CML-P     28    9    6   13   48   63   33     11/15
1999-00   CML-P     30   15    7    8   58   45   52      6/16
2000-01   CML-P     32   12    8   12   51   49   44      9/17
2001-02   CML-P     38   10    6   22   50   82   36     15/20
2002-03   CML-P     32   21    6    5   76   28   69      3/17
2003-04   CML-Su    36   14    7   15   54   62   49     11/19
2004-05   CML-Su    42   10   16   16   48   57   46     16/22
2005-06   CML-Su    40   19   10   11   68   49   67      7/21
2006-07   CML-Su    38   14    9   15   51   59   51     12/20
2007-08   CML-Su    38   18    5   15   65   57   59      8/20
2008-09   E MID C   34    9    7   18   47   79   34     14/18
2009-10   E MID C   38    5    4   29   48  113   19     19/20
2010-11   E MID C   38    6    4   28   50  107   22     19/20
2011-12   E MID C   36    9    4   23   41   80   31     17/19
2012-13   E MID C   36    8    4   24   48   92   28     19/19
2013-14   E MID C   36    9    5   22   54   89   32     15/19
2014-15   E MID C   38   22    8    8   95   48   74      3/20

F.A. CUP

2009-10   EP    RAINWORTH MINERS WELFARE            H    0-3
2015-16   EP    SLEAFORD TOWN                       H    3-2
          PRE   SPALDING UNITED                     H    1-2

F.A. VASE

1987-88   PRE   FRYSTON COLLIERY WELFARE            A    2-0
          1     CLIPSTONE WELFARE                   H    1-2
1988-89   PRE   GAINSBOROUGH TOWN                   A    0-3
1989-90   EP    GAINSBOROUGH TOWN                   A    3-4
1990-91   EP    BACUP BOROUGH                       H    1-1
          EPr   BACUP BOROUGH                       A    0-3
1991-92   EP    LOUTH UNITED                        H    3-2
          PRE   HARWORTH COLLIERY INSTITUTE         H    1-2
1995-96   2Q    ANSTEY NOMADS                       A    1-4
1996-97   2Q    WORSBROUGH BRIDGE MINERS WELFARE    A    0-4
2005-06   2Q    PELSALL VILLA                       H    1-2
2006-07   1Q    CADBURY ATHLETIC                    H    2-3
2007-08   1Q    STAVELEY MINERS WELFARE             H    1-3
2008-09   2Q    LEEK C S O B                        H    0-2
2009-10   2Q    BLACKSTONES                         A    0-9
2010-11   1Q    FOREST TOWN                         A    0-7
2011-12   2Q    BOSTON TOWN                         A    2-4
2012-13   1Q    GLAPWELL                            A    1-0
          2Q    LONG EATON UNITED                   H    0-2
2013-14   1Q    DESBOROUGH TOWN                     H    0-1
2014-15   1Q    BLABY & WHETSTONE ATHLETIC          H    1-2
2015-16   2Q    SOUTH NORMANTON ATHLETIC            H    2-1
          1     A F C BRIDGNORTH                    H    1-3