Patchway Town FC

About the club


Patchway Town Football Club is a football club based in Patchway, Gloucestershire, England. They played in the FA Vase during the 1980s and 1990s.They are currently members of the Gloucestershire County League.The club is a FA Charter Standard Club affiliated to the Gloucestershire County Football Association.


The club was established in 1958 under the name of Old Patchwegians and started out in the Bristol & District League.In 1968 the Club became founding members of the Gloucestershire County League.In 1973 the club changed its name to Patchway.The end of the 1979–80 season saw the club finish bottom of the league, and leave the league.The club returned to the Gloucestershire County League at the start of the 1985–86 season, winning the league in their first season back. The next season saw the club enter the FA Vase for the first time, and getting knocked out in the preliminary qualifying round by Lymington.

In 1991 the club changed its name to Patchway Town, with the first season under this name saw them winning the Gloucestershire County League for the second time.The 2002–03 season saw the club win their third league title.The following four seasons saw the club win the League Cup three times.


The club has played at Norman Scott Park, Patchway, since the club’s formation. Since 2020 the club now has it’s own 3G Training facility, named after former player and much loved clubman, Jason Franklin, who sadly passed away in 2019.


Gloucestershire County League

champions (3) 1985–86, 1991–92, 2002–03

Gloucestershire County League Cup

Winners (3) 2003–04, 2004–05, 2006–07