Styal Football Club was formed in 1912 and is a village football club that punches above its weight. Our enclosed and scenic ground is envied far and wide for the quality of the facilities we have on offer and our hard working backroom staff support the footballing structure. We play in the Cheshire League, having 2 teams that play football on Saturdays. The first team and reserves have been successful in recent seasons with successful campaigns seeing them lift the Altrincham Cup for the last 2 years and also the Reserve league Championship. We have a stand, licensed bar, plenty of hot drinks available on matchdays and a welcoming friendly atmosphere. The club is also famous locally for the annual Styal Beer Festival. This annual event held since 2009 has become a firm favourite on the local calendar and each year we see in excess of 2,000 people join us for 2 days of sun, beer, food and local bands performing on the big stage.
The club is hoping to create additional income to meet it’s running costs, develop it’s training facilities and improve the ground further with a view to progressing to an even higher level of football.
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