Cinderford Football Club is a well-established club with lots of interesting facts. The club is based in Cinderford in Gloucestershire, but it is not one of the Euro 2021 host cities. Below are five interesting facts that all Cinderford Town FC fans should know:

1. The clubs nickname – The club has two known nicknames, the Town or the Foresters. These nicknames came around back when the club began in 1922. The most popular name for the club is the Foresters.

2. The ground – The club first played at a ground called the Royal Oak ground, then moved to the Mousel Barn after World War Two. Then a few years later they purchased three fields and moved to play on the Causeway, then the ground was established, the “Causeway”.

3. The Management – The team has always had great management over the years, but today the management who manage the team are as follows, Chairman, Stuart Tait, Manager, Paul Michael, Assistant Manager, Andrew Smith, Physiotherapist, Kevin Brain, Kit Manager, Phil Tompkins, Youth Manager, Rich Wilkins, Under 18’s Manager, Brian Burke.

4. Records – Best league performance, 2015/16, finished first in the first Division (Southern League), Best FA Cup performance, second round finish in 1956. Cinderford’s biggest victory, 13-0 against Cam Mills in 1938.

5. Match Day Prices – The cost isn’t so steep thankfully, for an Adult ticket its £10, Concessions £7,

Under 16’s £3 and Under 5’s Free, and to purchase that favourite Programme it’s £2

The team is packed with lots of important facts to consider but understanding the five I mentioned, is important. The ground has a capacity of 3,500, 250 are seated and 1000 is covered. If you are visiting the town to watch the team don’t forget to do research on all the things available to do around Cinderford. The town is filled with great things to explore as well as the Football team.