Tamworth
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Full name Tamworth Football Club
Nickname(s) The Lambs
Founded 1933
Ground The Lamb Ground, Tamworth
(Capacity: 4,565 (518 seated))
Chairman Bob Andrews
Manager Flag of England Andy Morrell
Current League Southern League Premier Central 
2017-18 National League North, 21st
Website Club home page
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Tamworth Football Club is an English football club based in Tamworth, Staffordshire. The club participates in the National League North, the sixth tier of English football.

The club were formed in 1933 after the previous Tamworth club, Tamworth Castle, ceased to exist. They originally played at The Jolly Sailor Ground but after a year moved into The Lamb Ground.

Local rivals include Burton Albion and Nuneaton Town, and to a lesser degree Atherstone Town, Bedworth United and Bolehall Swifts. The team are currently managed by Andy Morrell, and the current club captain is Paul Green.

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Tamworth Football Club
Current seasonPlayersManagersStatisticsHonoursThe Lamb Ground
History: Seasons

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FA Vase winners

1975: Hoddesdon Town • 1976: Billericay Town • 1977: Billericay Town • 1978: Blue Star • 1979: Billericay Town • 1980: Stamford • 1981: Whickham • 1982: Forest Green Rovers • 1983: VS Rugby • 1984: Stansted • 1985: Halesowen Town • 1986: Halesowen Town • 1987: St Helens Town • 1988: Colne Dynamoes • 1989: Tamworth • 1990: Yeading • 1991: Guiseley • 1992: Wimborne Town • 1993: Bridlington Town • 1994: Diss Town • 1995: Arlesey Town • 1996: Brigg Town • 1997: Whitby Town • 1998: Tiverton Town • 1999: Tiverton Town • 2000: Deal Town • 2001: Taunton Town • 2002: Whitley Bay • 2003: Brigg Town • 2004: Winchester City • 2005: Didcot Town • 2006: Nantwich Town • 2007: Truro City • 2008: Kirkham & Wesham • 2009: Whitley Bay • 2010: Whitley Bay • 2011: Whitley Bay • 2012: Dunston UTS • 2013: Spennymoor Town • 2014: Sholing • 2015: North Shields • 2016: Morpeth Town • 2017: South Shields •

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