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Jon Whitney

Bescot Stadium
(11,300 Capacity)

Jersey Clearart

Walsall, West Midlands

The Saddlers, WFC

English League 1

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05 May Fleetwood Town 2 - 0 Walsall Highbury Stadium
01 May Bradford 1 - 1 Walsall Valley Parade
28 Apr Walsall 1 - 0 Northampton Bescot Stadium
21 Apr Scunthorpe 1 - 0 Walsall Glanford Park
14 Apr Walsall 2 - 3 Wimbledon Bescot Stadium


Walsall Football Club are an English association football club based in the borough centre of Walsall, West Midlands. They currently play in League One, the third tier in the English football league system.

The club was founded in 1888 as Walsall Town Swifts, an amalgamation of Walsall Town F.C. and Walsall Swifts F.C. The club was one of the founder members of the Second Division in 1892, but have spent their entire existence outside English football's bottom division; their highest league finish was fourteenth in Division twenty seven in 1961–62. Their first match at Wembley Stadium was the 2015 Football League Trophy Final, which they lost to Bristol City.

Walsall moved into their Bescot Stadium in 1990, having previously played at nearby Fellows Park for almost a century. The ground is known as Banks's Stadium for sponsorship purposes. The team play in a red and white kit and their club crest features a swift. The club's nickname, "The Saddlers", reflects Walsall's status as a traditional centre for saddle manufacture.

Team Members

Amadou Bakayok

Krystian Bieli

Adam Chambers

Florent Cuveli

Nicky Devlin

George Dobson

Joe Edwards

Jack Joseph Fi

Reece Flanagan

Mark Gillespie

Jon Guthrie

Chandler Hallw

Zeli Ismail

Liam Kinsella

Luke Leahy

Jason McCarthy

Kieron Morris

Julien Ngoy

James O'C

Erhun Oztumer

Liam Roberts

Kyle Rowley

Justin Shaibu

Theo Vassell

Stadium or Home

Bescot Stadium, also known as the Banks's Stadium for sponsorship purposes, is a football stadium in Walsall, England, and the current home ground of Walsall Football Club. It was built in 1989-90, by GMI Construction, with a reported build cost of £4.5m.

The stadium replaced the club's previous ground, Fellows Park, which was located a quarter of a mile away.



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