Page  16 October 2004

This page has numbered sections as follows:
  1. Conference North Clubs
  2. Conference North and Conference General Links
  3. N.W. Conference Sides
  4. General Non-League Links
  5. Other Local Non-League Clubs
  6. Reserve Team: Lancashire League Clubs
  7. Youth Team: NW Youth Alliance League Clubs
  8. Non-League Publications
  9. Other clubs which Altrincham have played from 2001
  10. Local amateur football
  11. Other football sites

1. Conference North Clubs' Web Sites and Location Maps

Click on the number under each club-name to go to each web site. The map links take you to the Multimap website and a street-level map of the area around each team's ground. By clicking on the desired scale of map you can zoom out through town-level maps (1:50,000) to country maps so that you can plan your journey to each ground.


  1. Official Website.
  2. Map of Alfreton FC, North Street ground area.


  1. The Altrincham FC Official Web Site is the site you are currently visiting. From 1999 to August 2001 it was an unofficial site, known as the Alty Pages. Contains 350+ daily news updates a year, details of the First, Reserve and Youth teams as well as match reports, club information,away travel, Conf. North and UniBond news etc. The site map and archive site is here.
  2. The Home Page of a Photographic Record of Altrincham FC was the title of Alan Johnson's Alty photo site. It is now part of the STAR site, (see below).
  3. The Alty Fans' Forum is a very active site, run by Gary Warrington.
  4. The STAR website is run by the Altrincham Supporters' Trust.
  5. The Altrincham FC Mailing List is run by Paul Johnson.
  6. The Sale and Altrincham Messenger hosts a very useful web-page on Altrincham F.C.
  7. The Altrincham WAP site can be viewed here through an emulator.
  8. A MAD site which, though very out of date in some respects, does have some useful historical data.
  9. Map of Altrincham FC, Moss Lane ground area.


  1. Ashton United New URL- September 2004.
  2. Ashton United site, with forum.
  3. Map of Ashton United FC, Hurst Cross ground area.


  1. Barrow official site, launched 25 Feb.2004.
  2. unofficial site with news, results, pictures, forum etc.
  3. Reclaim the Street site, which describes itself as an "e-zine".
  4. Give ‘Em Beans fanzine site.
  5. Map of AFC Barrow, Holker Street ground area.


  1. Official Web Site
  2. BBC Radio Bradford site devoted to Bradford P.A.
  3. Map of Bradford P.A., Horsfall Stadium ground area.


  1. Official site.
  2. Droylsden Forum.
  3. MAD site, created in December 2000.
  4. Map of Droylsden FC, The Butcher's Arms ground area.


  1. Gainsborough Trinity FC -new site October 2003.
  2. New site 2004
  3. Map of Gainsborough Trinity FC, The Northolme ground area.


  1. Harrogate Town AFC Official Site, launched late 2001 as an unofficial site; became "official" on 21/9/03.
  2. Map of Harrogate Town FC, Wetherby Road ground area.


  1. Unofficial site.
  2. Map of Hinckley United FC, Middlefield Lane ground area NB This ground should be replaced by a new stadium on Leicester Road from 2004-05 season.


  1. Hucknall Town Fans Online launched in summer 2002.
  2. Map of Hucknall Town FC, Watnall Road ground area.


  1. Kettering Town.
  2. The Kettering
  3. Map of Kettering Town FC, Rockingham Road ground area.


  1. Lancaster City FC Website, the official site, launched in summer 2002.
  2. Dollies on the Net unofficial web site.
  3. Map of Lancaster City FC, The Giant Axe ground area.


  1. Official site.
  2. Map of Moor Green FC, Moorlands ground area.


  1. Official site.
  2. Map of Nuneaton Borough FC, Manor Park ground area.


  1. Redditch United official website.
  2. Map of Redditch United FC, Valley Stadium ground area.


  1. Linnets Online, the official site.
  2. Don't You Point At Me, a fans' forum.
  3. [4]Match reports and pictures from Runcorn's home games and a few away matches, too.
  4. Map of Runcorn FC Halton, Autoquest Stadium, Widnes ground area.


  1. Official website.
  2. Port On Line
  3. Port Chat - forum.
  4. Map of Southport FC, Haig Avenue ground area.


  1. Official site
  2. Unofficial site
  3. Up The Boro
  4. Map of Stafford Rangers FC, Marston Road ground area.


  1. Stalybridge Celtic official site with an active forum.
  2. Map of Stalybridge Celtic FC, Bower Fold ground area.


  1. Vauxhall Motors FC official site; newly redesigned in July 2004.
  2. Unofficial Vauxhall
  3. Vauxhall Forum
  4. Vauxhall FC, Rivacre Road ground area.


  1. Official site.
  2. Map of Worcester City, St George's Lane ground area.


  1. Worksop Town FC Official Website.
  2. Marc Richards's site. Out of date web-site content but its TBA Forum is current.
  3. Map of Worksop FC, Babbage Way ground area.

2. Conference North and Conference General Sites

  1. Conference official site
  2. Conference official site
  3. Conference North Forum
  4. which has an alternative address
  5. Conf. North Forum from May 2005.
  6. Another Conference North site
  7. Conference guide, with links and other information on every Conference team.
  8. Conference official site.
  9. Conference Football unofficial site.

3. N.W. Conference Sides' Sites

  1. Accrington Stanley Official site.
  2. Accrington Stanley Greger Lindberg's site.
  3. Accrington Stanley An unofficial site from the MAD network.
  4. Accrington Stanley FC, map of Crown Ground area.
  5. Leigh RMI
  6. Northwich Victoria official site.

4. General Non-League Sites

  1. Non-League Daily has numerous daily news updates and is an essential source for all fans.
  2. Fanbase a new resource for the UniBond and all higher levels of the English game.
  3. Tony Kempster hosts a massive resource of non-league results and tables from throughout the Pyramid.
  4. Pyramid Football is an excellent resource for several levels of the Pyramid, including the Unibond Premier. Includes some match reports.
  5. Andover Lions site must be the most comprehensive page of non-league club links available anywhere.
  6. Gee's Football Links has more than 2,000 links to clubs worldwide, including English non-league teams.
  7. The Manchester Evening News website carries local non-league reports, especially on Sundays.
  8. Non-League Footy, formerly known as Scotnet is an excellent resource for results, tables and Non-League club details.
  9. The English Football Pyramid is a massive resource of the top nine levels of English football.
  10. Football Club History Database - a great resource.
  11. Non-League Retrospect: The Football History Magazine has a useful website.
  12. E-Soccer has links to hundreds of non-League clubs.
  13. Sports Com supplies match reports for all Conference matches and higher levels.
  14. Football 365 is a mine of statistical information on League and Conference clubs. 
  15. Footytalk describes itself as "dedicated to bringing online fans together".
  16. Non-League Fans is a site which covers all the Conference feeder leagues.

5. Other Local Non-League Teams

  1. Alsager Town
  2. Cheadle Town
  3. Chorley
  4. Congleton Town
  5. Hyde United The official site.
  6. Mossley
  7. Salford City
  8. Skelmersdale United
  9. Trafford FC
  10. Warrington Town
  11. Winsford United
  12. Witton Albion
  13. Woodley Sports

6. Reserve Team: Lancashire League

  1. Lancashire Football League
  2. Yellow Jersey

7. Youth Team: N.W. Allied Trophies League Premier Division

  1. Barrow.
  2. Bootle
  3. Eagley - this Bolton club appears to have no web site.
  4. Euxton Villa.
  5. First Touch Halewood
  6. Kingsley United
  7. Lancaster City Does not have a specific Youth section.
  8. Leigh RMI
  9. Marine The official site, which includes Youth news.
  10. Morecambe Youth
  11. Morecambe FC Does not have a specific youth page.
  12. Prestwich Heys An excellent site.
  13. St Helens Town.
  14. Woodley Sports

8. Non-League Printed Sources

  1. The Cherry Red Non-League Newsdesk Annual is an excellent source for minor league results and tables, from the Conference downwards.
  2. The Gladwish Land Sales Ultimate Book of Non-League Players. Compiled by Steve Whitney - details of thousands of current players.
  3. The Nationwide Conference Club Handbook. Annual containing club details, fixtures, rulebook. £10
  4. The Non-League Club Directory. This is the 'bible' of Non-League football.
  5. Non-League Newsdesk Now a website, formerly paper-based.
  6. The Non-League Paper £1.30 every Sunday and £1 every Friday.
  7. The Unibond League Handbook Annual containing club details, fixtures, rulebook.
  8. The Sunday Pink (Manchester Evening News) provides non-league match reports and the daily MEN has regular non-league news from the North West.

9. Selected Clubs whom Altrincham have played since 2001

  1. Aylesbury United The Ducks on the Web unofficial site.
  2. Burton Albion Official site.
  3. Eastbourne Borough
  4. Grays Athletic Informative and attractive website.
  5. Grays - unofficial site
  6. Ilkeston Town FAT
  7. Spalding United
  8. Weymouth

10. Local Amateur Football

  1. Altrincham and District Amateur Football League

11. Other football sites

  1. for all your sporting trophies.
  2. Football4all which aims to promote "grassroots, women's and disabilities football throughout the Greater Manchester area" through coaching and other means. If you sign up here for any of their excellent programmes, please mention this website to earn a fee for Altrincham FC.
  3. Football Web Pages - a great statistical site.
  4. Footballers Reunited aims to reunite footballers who have lost contact with each other.
  5. North West Counties Football League An excellent portal for the NW Counties League, with links to member clubs.
  6. Soccer Corner links and info. on 4,000+ clubs.
  7. Supporters Direct assists the creation of supporters' trusts at football clubs - including Altrincham.
  8. Thorniewood United are a semi-pro side in the Scottish Junior Football Association.
  9. UK Football Stadiums is a good guide to grounds, including non-league ones.