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Mansfield vs Accrington (30 Mar)

1968 (50 years old)


John Coleman

Crown Ground
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Jersey Clearart

Accrington, Lancashire, England


English League 2

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Upcoming Events
30 Mar Mansfield - Accrington Field Mill
02 Apr Accrington - Notts County Crown Ground
07 Apr Colchester - Accrington Colchester Community Stadium
14 Apr Accrington - Exeter Crown Ground
17 Apr Accrington - Yeovil Crown Ground

Latest Results
17 Mar Accrington 3 - 1 Forest Green Crown Ground
10 Mar Luton 1 - 2 Accrington Kenilworth Road
06 Mar Accrington 1 - 0 Morecambe Crown Ground
24 Feb Accrington 1 - 0 Cambridge United Crown Ground
17 Feb Barnet 1 - 1 Accrington The Hive Stadium


Accrington Stanley Football Club is an English football club based in Accrington, Lancashire. The club participates in Football League Two, the fourth tier of the English football league system.

The club was formed in 1968, with the town regaining a club with league status after 44 years when they were promoted as champions of the Football Conference on 15 April 2006.

Ilyas Khan saved the club from possible oblivion in late 2009 and stepped down as chairman in 2012 after keeping the club financially secure. Former Club President Peter Marsden was appointed chairman soon after.

Team Members

Scott Brown

Aaron Chapman

Jordan Clark

Seamus Conneel

Janoi Donacien

Jimmy Dunne

Mark Hughes

Kayden Jackson

Callum Johnson

Billy Kee

Mekhi Leacock-

Jonny Maxted

Sean McConvill

Zehn Mohammed

Liam Nolan

Reagan Ogle

Ben Richards-E

Erico Sousa

Ross Sykes

Danny Williams

Offrande Zanza

Stadium or Home

The Crown Ground, known as the Fraser Eagle Stadium for sponsorship purposes until the demise of local company Fraser Eagle in 2009 (and previously as the Interlink Express Stadium), is a multi-use stadium in Accrington, Lancashire, England. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Accrington Stanley. The stadium holds 5,057 and was built in 1968. It was the smallest stadium in the Football League in the 2010-11 season however it lost this status to newly promoted Crawley Town's Broadfield Stadium. However, it remains one of the league's untidiest grounds.



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