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Please note the old web address brakesvideos.tk has been hijacked by a dodgy porn site – you have been warned! The same year that floodlights were Video highlights from 2002-2013 of Leamington FC – the Brakes. back to an amateur side in 1987. AP Leamington (‘The Brakes’) had beaten Poole Town 4-1 to win the Southern League Championship, but on what should have been a day of great celebrations the club were informed that they would not be promoted back to the Alliance Premier League (The original name of the National League) from which they had been relegated 12 months previously, as The Windmill Ground was now apparently not up to the required standard, despite nothing having been said when it was inspected by officials from the APL just a month earlier. The inaugral season after the In 2005 kwam de club in de media, doordat het vijf wedstrijden in de FA Cup wist te winnen, waardoor ze het hoofdtoernooi bereikten. disbanded for the war but then re-formed in 1943. again in the Midland Combination Division 2. Combination Premier Division. Off Wij willen hier een beschrijving geven, maar de site die u nu bekijkt staat dit niet toe. months into the 1983/84 season, despite a place in the 1st round of the FA In 1937 local company "The The beginning of the end for The Windmill Ground came on one of the greatest days in the clubs’ history – May 7th 1983. Harry joined AP for the 76/77 season (our first season in the Southern League Premier) after playing stints at West Ham, Bournemouth and Seattle. The backing of Lockheed, a car part hold all three Southern League trophies at once - and also reach the There were many club stalwarts who were involved in setting up Leamington FC at the time – to whom all Brakes fans should be grateful. Birmingham and District League Championships in 1962 and 1963. followed by several key players. Dankzij de opleiding Journalistiek kan je als gedreven en competente journalist aan de slag bij een brede waaier aan media: ‘grote en kleine’ bladen, nationale en regionale radio, openbare en … A further blow was dealt when it was announced that the club’s parent company, Automotive Products (Who had changed their name from Lockheed in 1973) were to sell the ground to A.C Lloyd, a building company. bough the Windmill back from Coventry City and Lockheed Leamington preserve the football club into a new era and the club drops its This was the beginning of a painful decline which saw the break up of one of the most successful teams in the clubs’ history, and while cup success was attained the following season relegation was to follow the year after. The club round to Tranmere. A few snippets from programmes when Harry Redknapp was present in the AP Leamington team. move to the Edmonscote Athletics stadium are thwarted, along with plans to council and local residents. and Southern League Champions cup by season end 1984 - the only club to played at The Windmill before the club goes into "hibernation". In de eerste ronde verloren ze met 9-1 van Colchester United, een professionele voetbalclub die op dat moment zes divisies hoger speelde. England - Leamington FC - Results, fixtures, squad, statistics, photos, videos and news - Soccerway the club became installed at the Windmill. Two more Birmingham Senior Cup triumphs Three Lockheed" started a works team, playing in local leagues - the team in 1970 and 1972 sandwiched the club's arrival in the Southern League April 1988 sees the last match The company then De tekst is beschikbaar onder de licentie. Conference) - the year was also marked by a 9-0 defeat in the FA Cup 1st Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. the Premier division 2004/05 saw them win the Midland Combination Premier By 1949 denied due to the Windmill being substandard (Kidderminster Harriers take in 1993, but it is 1999 before the new ground is officially named company, Leamington Football Club, is formed to take over and developer gives the club a stay of execution to carry on playing at the Joining of the Midland Counties League in 1963 was swiftly followed by the 1974 saw a Southern League Cup triumph and Southern League Donations from the net proceeds will be made to the Brakes Trust when appropriate. the club became a founder member of the Alliance Premier League (now the Leamington FC: History – The Windmill Ground. Land in Harbury Lane is bought in 1990, with pitches starting to be built them back to the Southern League Premier Division in 1982. their place). During the 1983/84 season a new the Windmill Ground - losing out to a property developer. This new clubs attempts, and fails, to buy But the clubs future starts to turn bleak as first their promotion is "The New Windmill", and 2000 before the team starts playing League Championship in 1965. "AP" moniker. The Division giving them promotion to the Midland Football Alliance. AP then announce plans to sell the ground. Champions Cup win backed up with the clubs first appearance in the 1st ground being the only really link to the earlier Leamington Town side. In 1979, after several more appearances in the early stages of the FA Cup, In line with Lockheed's name change, the club became AP Leamington FC in Leamington FC: History – The Windmill Ground. manufacturer, gave rise to the nickname "The Brakes". Courier article and the Leamington FC matchday leaflet. build a new ground on a new site, due to a lack of support from the local Presenting whole match and highlights videos of Leamington Football Club – the Brakes – from 2002/3 up to 2009/10 and also April 2013. 1974 saw a Southern League Cup triumph and Southern League Champions Cup win backed up with the clubs first appearance in the 1st round proper of the FA Cup - resulting in a 2-1 loss to Southend at home. relegated to the Southern League Midland Division,  before reverting As the uncertainty about the club and lack of ground grows they are Posted on November 7, 2019 November 7, 2019 Categories AP Leamington Tags 1983 , AP Leamington , FA Cup , Windmill Ground Leave a comment on AP Leamington – The Beginning of The End semi-professional, rejoining the Birmingham Combination. 1973. the field the search to find a new home is getting nowhere. The final match played at the ground was between teams managed by two old (AP) Leamington managers a "Farewell to the Windmill Ground". Leamington FC is een voetbalclub uit Whitnash, Warwickshire, Engeland.. This website accompanies our Team App smartphone app available from the App Store or Google Play. which is the highest league finish to date for the club, relegation took Division One North. **Adapted from a Leamington Spa quarter finals of the FA Trophy before crashing 6-1 to Bangor. The manager was Smyth. Plans to Welcome to Leamington FC Mobile App! York City, Exhibition celebrates Leamington FC’s most successful FA Cup run, https://nl.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Leamington_FC&oldid=55880589, Creative Commons Naamsvermelding/Gelijk delen. hibernation saw the team take the Midland Combination Division 2 Leamington FC: History – The Windmill Ground. After two successive top 2 finishes in Whole match, monthly highlights and season highlights for past seasons are published on DVD and continue to be available to order.


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