Manchester Gregorians are constantly seeking to improve all aspects of the club. Avro Res 3 Manchester Gregorians Res 1 ( Danny Forrester) Under 18’s. The present Manchester Gregorians began in 1959, though an Old Gregorians Football Club played on and off for a number of years in the late ’40s and early ’50s. Manchester Gregorians strives to be competitive at the highest level of amateur football in the North West of England.To discuss partnering with us, please contact [email protected]The available sponsorship package includes: The new Manchester Gregorians website features all the latest news, match reports and interviews from the Belle Vue Sports Village. The sessions are planned and run by the football management team that includes several UEFA B Licence / FA Level 3 coaches. Wednesday 20th August Runcorn Linnets 8 Manchester Gregorians 0. The First Team is managed by Rob Radcliffe & Eddie Flanagan and coached by Marcus Higginbottom, who also supervises all training sessions. In 1959, the club started as the Old Gregorians AFC, with one team playing in the Manchester Junior Catholic League. Physio. You can email any queries to; [email protected] Find out the many ways you can do your part for the club, © 2018 Manchester Gregorians Football Club | All Rights Reserved | Privacy Policy | Website Design by Christian Michaels. 3. Training takes place throughout the season on Tuesday and Thursday evening from 20.00. The Club was formed, in 1959, by former pupils of St Gregory’s RC High School, Ardwick Green, which was located less than a mile from Manchester city centre. The club’s ‘A’ Team won Division Three of the Manchester Football League in 2010/11. The club plays its matches and trains Belle Vue Sports Village on Kirkmanshulme Lane. The club joined the Lancashire Amateur League in 1962, where it won many honours, including one season (I977/78) when all six teams won their respective divisions, as well as winning the League Aggregate Trophy for First and Reserve Teams, plus the League Trophy for the most points per game for all matches played by its teams. The First Team is in the Premier Division and the Reserves play in Division Two. Players are selected on ability and commitment. 16 March 2016 : Manchester Gregorians 2 Uppermill 0 : Manchester League Premier Division : Platt Lane MMU Hybrid Desso pitch : Crowd - 18 : KO 7.30pm : Admission Free - … Manchester Gregorians are constantly seeking to improve all aspects of the club. Have any questions? Sign up now! The Reserve Team is managed by Ben Twemlow, and the Assistant Reserve Team Manager is Paul Thomasson. The Club strives to be competitive at the highest level of amateur football in Manchester and the North West. We have a range of advertising options available on the site. In 1959, the club started as the Old Gregorians AFC, with one team playing in the Manchester Junior Catholic League. Home matches are played on the 3rd Generation surface pitch at Belle Vue. Think you have what it takes to be a Gregorian? From this Thursday, 28th August, and each Thursday until the 11th December we will be providing a Physio Session from 7.30 till 9.30 at Platt Lane. Find out the many ways you can do your part for the club, © 2018 Manchester Gregorians Football Club | All Rights Reserved | Privacy Policy | Website Design by Christian Michaels. Since its move the club has continued to be successful, with the First Team winning the Premier Division in 2008/09 and 2010/11. We are always looking for talented players to improve our squad. Hier sollte eine Beschreibung angezeigt werden, diese Seite lässt dies jedoch nicht zu. After playing for many years in the Lancashire Amateur League, the club moved to the Manchester Football League in the 2005/06 season. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or you wish to contribute to the club. The present Manchester Gregorians began in 1959, though an Old Gregorians Football Club played on and off for a number of years in the late ’40s and early ’50s. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or you wish to contribute to the club. Find out the many ways you can do your part for the club, © 2018 Manchester Gregorians Football Club | All Rights Reserved | Privacy Policy | Website Design by Christian Michaels. The First Team also won the Lancashire County FA Amateur Shield in the 2008/09 season and the Northern Counties FA Senior Cup, representing the Lancashire County FA, in 2009/10. Sunday 24th August Atherton Collieries 4 Manchester Gregorians 0 . We have a range of advertising options available on the site. Manchester Gregorians Football club has two teams playing in the ManchesterFootball League. Please, don’t hesitate to get in touch! Manchester Gregorians continues to strive to be competitive at the highest level of amateur football in Manchester and the North West. The new Manchester Gregorians website features all the latest news, match reports and interviews from the Belle Vue Sports Village.