A Close Look At Stevenage Football Club

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Based in the town of Stevenage, England, Stevenage Football Club is a professional association that currently plays its football in League Two. Over the years, it enjoyed many successes; starting with instant titles in the United Counties League Division One and the United Counties League Cup.

As a fairly small team, Stevenage FC accomplished numerous achievements, including the FA Cup trophy. We are here to discuss the club’s history and honours in detail; giving you an inside look which will help you understand why this team is loved by thousands of football fans in the UK.

We mentioned earlier that they compete in the English League Two, so before we state some facts about them, we wanted to check out the latest odds and biggest favourites.

 

League Two Odds

As we go into 2020, Swindon is at the top of the table in League Two. They are the favourites to finish in the No.1 spot, which is why their odds are 6/4. Exeter is second with 4/1, while Crewe grabs the third spot with 7/2. Bradford and Plymouth are 4th and 5th with odds @ 7/1 and 8/1, respectively.

The play-off odds tell a different story, though. Colchester is the biggest favourite to win. The club’s odds are 6/1. Crewe and Northampton share the second place with odds sitting at 15/2, while Exeter comes in 3rd with 17/2. Forest Green and Cheltenham conclude the top 5 list of potential play-off winners with odds sitting at 17/2 and 9/1.

Online bookies have different betting types and odds. That is why it’s important to check all of them out before placing bets. We know that the process of searching can be very annoying, which is why we did the job for you and gathered all the best UK bookies, listed on the Bookies Offers, in just one click.

Now, without any further ado, let’s reveal some interesting facts about Stevenage FC.

 

Foundation of Stevenage Football Club

After the bankruptcy of Stevenage Athletic, Keith Berners founded Stevenage FC in 1976. It’s a relatively young club that managed to accomplish many things in its short history. Their home stadium is called the Broadhall Way and its capacity is 6,722. Even though the club has struggled with finances over the years, they proved that character, loyalty, and love for the sport beats money. They are getting better as each season progresses and they don’t plan on stopping.

The current Chairman of the club is Phil Wallace and Graham Westley has been the manager since 23 December 2019.

 

Recent Players of the Year

The interesting thing about their Player of the Year is that only two non-UK players have managed to receive this prestigious award. Barry Hayles (Jamaica) won it in 1996 and Lionel Perez (France) won it in 2002. Out of all UK players that won this award, one is Welsh (Steve Morison) and on is Scottish (Scott Cuthbert) – the rest of them are English.

The most recent players that have been awarded as Player of the Year are Scott Cuthbert (2019), Danny Newton (2018), and Matt Godden (2017).

You can keep track of the club’s performances this year to try and predict who will be the next Player of the Year.

 

Honours

As we mentioned earlier, for a club that is a little more than 40 years old, Stevenage FC has accomplished many things. They won the Herts Senior Cup once, won 3 trophies in the Isthmian League, and another 2 in the United Counties League. The club also won League Two’s play-offs in the 2010/2011 season, and are 2-time Conference National Championship winners. They also lifted the FA Trophy in 2006/2007 and then again in 2008/2009.

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