Chasetown

Chasetown is an area in the town of Burntwood in Staffordshire, England. It is split between the civil parishes of Burntwood and Hammerwich

Read more about Chasetown:  History, Sport

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Chasetown - Sport
... Chasetown Football Club, Burntwood Rugby Club, Chasewater Watersports Centre and Erasmus Darwin Academy are also based here ...
Chris Slater
... Slater (born 14 January 1984) is an English footballer who plays for Northern Premier League side Chasetown ... footballer in 2005 after being released by Wolves, and joined non-league Chasetown ... He spent eleven months in the Football League, before returning to Chasetown ...
Chasetown F.C. - History
... West Midlands (Regional) League Division One and adopting the new name of Chasetown F.C ... In eleven seasons in this division Chasetown never finished outside the top four, winning the championship in 1977–78, but were prevented from gaining promotion because they were playing on a park ... Chasetown beat Blakenall at the Bescot Stadium and retained the trophy in 1992–93, beating Pelsall Villa 3–1 ...
Chasewater Railway - History
... a new carriage shed and heritage centre, and completion of the Chasetown section of the line (the 'Chasetown Extension Railway' between Chasewater Heaths and Chasetown Church ...
Chris Slater - Playing Career - Chasetown
... in 2005 without a first team appearance to his name, Slater joined non-league Chasetown. 2005 was just the beginning of Slater's and Chasetown's cup adventures ... He came to prominence when playing in Chasetown’s 1–0 FA Cup victory over League One Port Vale in December 2007 ...