Halesowen Town Club Profile
It was Halesowen Town who ended our 1986-7 FA Cup hopes – not that we’ve had any sort of chance to get revenge since. A long-time member of the Southern League (well, between 1986 and 2012), the Yeltz switched to the Northern Premier League for a time. Yet, they headed back to the Southern League as of 2018. That chance of revenge still looks some way off at the moment. Any hopes of a repeat cup clash, for example, relies on them making the First Round. That hasn’t happened since 2004.
Halesowen Town: The Facts
Halesowen Town: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Halesowen Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 11 October 1986
Halesowen Town Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Halesowen Town Travel Information – Distance: 111 miles
Go north on the M1 and M6. Stay on the old M6 through Birmingham, before leaving at Junction 8 for the M5 south. After nine or so miles, exit the M5 at Junction 3; taking the A456. Take the third exit at the roundabout onto the A456 for 1.5 miles, before you’ll be joining the A459 at the roundabout by Seth Somers Park.
Go up here for less than a mile and take the first exit at the roundabout for the A458; passing a Travelodge in the process. Shortly after, take the third exit at the roundabout and head up Old Hawne Lane until the ground appears on the left.
There isn’t much of a car park to speak of at the ground off Old Hawne Lane.
Station: OLD HILL
Services to: BIRMINGHAM MOOR STREET (for BIRMINGHAM NEW STREET)
While Old Hill seems to be the nearest rail option for Halesowen Town, it’s not looking like a walkable one. You can, however, get a Number 9 bus from Birmingham New Street.