Cheshire County League 1951-52

Final Table


Note: 2 Pts Win, 1 Pt Draw, 0 Pts Loss

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Stalybridge Celtic, named for the Ancient people of Britain and Ireland, finished 18th of 22 teams in the Cheshire County League in the English Minor Leagues in 1951-52, with a record of 33 points from 42 matches. The Cheshire County League was one of 12 designated as Minor Leagues (including the Welsh League and Irish League – Northern Ireland), Step 5 on the English system. It included some “B” or “Reserve” teams of Football League teams (Steps 1-4 in the English Pyramid).

Stalybridge. United Kingdom on a map

Stalybridge on a Map of United Kingdom, just South of Oldham and Ashton-under-Lyme in Cheshire, now part of Greater Manchester.


By SevenMaps


[1] Roy Peskett, Ed. (1952) “How they finished in the Minor Leagues: Cheshire County League” Dail Mail Football Guide 1952-53. pg. Dail Mail Publications, Associated Newspapers, London, England, UK.


Thanks to Derek Walsh


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