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Derek Adams

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Established
1920 (100 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Globe Arena
(6,476 Capacity)

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English League 2

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smudgie: 10/Jul/20
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Upcoming Events
26 Sep 20 Southend   -  Morecambe
29 Sep 20 Salford City   -  Morecambe
03 Oct 20 Morecambe   -  Port Vale
10 Oct 20 Oldham   -  Morecambe
17 Oct 20 Crawley   -  Morecambe

Latest Results
23 Sep 20 Morecambe  0 - 7  Newcastle
19 Sep 20 Morecambe  0 - 5  Cambridge United
15 Sep 20 Morecambe  1 - 0  Oldham
12 Sep 20 Cheltenham  1 - 2  Morecambe
08 Sep 20 Morecambe  1 - 2  Rochdale

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Football in the town dates back to the turn of the 20th century; however, it was not until 7 May 1920 that Morecambe FC was formed after a meeting at the local West View Hotel. The club then took its place in the Lancashire Combination League for the 1920–21 season.

Team Members
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Luke
Conlan




Jordan
Cranston




Toumani
Diagouraga




Carlos
Mendes



Mark
Halstead




Alex
Kenyon




Sam
Lavelle




AJ
Leitch-Smith




John
O'Sullivan




Cole
Stockton




Aaron
Wildig



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Globe Arena is a purpose built football stadium located in the Lancashire town of Morecambe towards the north of England. Opened in August 2010, the 6,476 capacity ground is named after the company which constructed it, and it replaced Morecambe F.C’s former ground, Christie Park.

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