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Steve's UK Non-League FPD catalogues A to Z listings of every known non-league club programme in the UK, together with the earliest date of issue, covering thousands of clubs featuring English; Scottish; Welsh; Northern Irish; Ladies; Sunday and now School & Youth football...click on the links shown above for more details...

   


Programme covers (left to right): (1) A very short lived Bloxwich Strollers club. Formed in 1952, they folded just 3 years later; (2) Burnley Women from the Women's National league are one of many new issuers this season. The reason being that all clubs in the top two tiers of the league must issue and (3) Colony Park Amateurs are from Aberdeenshire, and are the only new Scottish non league issuer I have come up with this season!



  

 

Programme covers (left to right): (4) I had never heard of East Kilbride Rovers, until I spotted this one on ebay. From 1972-73; (5) The FA Sunday cup has produced another large batch of new issuers this season. This one is from Main Line Social from Leeds and (6) Marconi Athletic are from Chelmsford, and this super programme is what they were producing in 2005...


 

Programme covers (left to right): (7) Sideburn Bob is in the background of this issue from Netherseal St Peter. Netherseal has the distinction of being the southern most village in Derbyshire, with the club playing in the Midland Regional Alliance; (8) This season has seen the resurrection of former Southern league professionals, Pontypridd FC. Just the one programme issued this season, for their inaugural match and (9) As far as I am aware this one from   

FC Wickhamford is the first ever club issue from anyone in the Stratford Alliance. If I am wrong about that please let me know!

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All programme covers kindly contributed to FGIF by Steve Hardy. Edited 19/07/19.