Worcester City

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West Midlands (Regional) League - League Champions - Birmingham & District League
... Reserves 1912–13 West Bromwich Albion Reserves 1913–14 Worcester City 1914–15 Birmingham Reserves Between 1915 and 1919 the competition was suspended due to the First ... Town 1921–22 Willenhall 1922–23 Shrewsbury Town 1923–24 Stourbridge 1924–25 Worcester City 1925–26 Cradley Heath 1926–27 Stafford Rangers 1927–28 ... Halesowen Town 1947–48 Kettering Town 1948–49 Worcester City Reserves 1949–50 Hereford United Reserves 1950–51 Brierley Hill Alliance 1951–52 Brierley Hill ...
1984–85 Alliance Premier League - Final Table
... League None Runners Up Nuneaton Borough Relegated to Level 6 Gateshead, Worcester City, Yeovil Town Promoted for the next season Cheltenham Town ...
Chris Smith (footballer Born 1981) - Career - Worcester City
... Smith joined fellow Conference North side Worcester City on a free transfer on 25 May manager Andy Preece called him "the best centre-half in the league by far" ... Two games later he scored his first Worcester goal with the team's opener in a 2–1 victory over Gainsborough Trinity on 20 August, after looping the goal over goalkeeper Jamie Holmshaw ... Following this, he was described as Worcester's "stand-out performer in the first eight days of the campaign" ...
John Barton (footballer Born 1953)
... Barton began his career with Stourbridge, moving to Worcester City in 1976 ... He helped Worcester to the Southern League First Division North title in 1976-77, and began to attract interest from a number of higher level clubs ... His final game for Worcester came in 1979 in their FA Cup win against Plymouth Argyle, Barton leaving the following week to join First Division Everton for a then record non-leagu ...
1981–82 Alliance Premier League - Final Table
6 Dartford, Gravesend Northfleet, AP Leamington Promoted for the next season Bangor City, Nuneaton, Wealdstone Matches played 462 Goals scored 1269 (2 ...

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