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Gary Johnson

Whaddon Road
(7,266 Capacity)

Jersey Clearart

Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

The Robins, CTFC

English League 2

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05 May Crewe 2 - 1 Cheltenham Alexandra Stadium
28 Apr Cheltenham 1 - 6 Coventry Whaddon Road
21 Apr Cambridge United 4 - 3 Cheltenham Abbey Stadium
14 Apr Cheltenham 0 - 1 Forest Green Whaddon Road
07 Apr Cheltenham 3 - 0 Morecambe Whaddon Road


Cheltenham Town Football Club /ˈtʃɛltnəm ˈtaʊn/ is an English football club. As of the start of the 2015–16 season, they will play in the National League the fifth tier of English football. Founded in 1887, the team has played at three different grounds, namely Agg-Gardner's Recreation Ground, Carter's Field, and now Whaddon Road, which is known for commercial reasons as the The World of Smile Stadium. Their nickname is The Robins, and the club is affiliated to the Gloucestershire County FA.

Promoted to The Football League as Conference Premier champions in 1999, Cheltenham have played as high as League One, the third tier of English football, spending a total of four seasons there. Their best FA Cup run saw them reach the last 16 (fifth round) in 2002. The last piece of silverware won by the club was the Football Conference title in 1999, when the club attained full League status for the first time. Its league status was lost with relegation in 2015.

Team Members

Elijah Adebayo

Nigel Atangana

Matt Bower

William Boyle

Ilias Chatzith

Jordan Cransto

Kevin Dawson

Aaron Downes

Mohamed Eisa

Scott Flinders

Jordan Forster

Jaanai Gordon

Brian Graham

Jamie Grimes

Rhys Lovett

Taylor Moore

Joe Morrell

Sanmi Odelusi

Emmanuel Onari

Harry Pell

Joe Rodon

Jerell Sellars

Josh Thomas

Carl Wincheste

Daniel Wright

Stadium or Home

Whaddon Road is a football stadium in Cheltenham, England. It is the home ground of Cheltenham Town F.C. and shared with Gloucester City A.F.C.. It has a total capacity of 7,066, with a mixture of seating and terracing. The ground's official name was the Victory Sports Ground until April 2009 when it was renamed the Abbey Business Stadium through a sponsorship deal. It was announced on 13 July 2015 that the club had agreed a three year deal to rename the stadium The World of Smile Stadium.



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