Lichfield City

History

Formed in 1970 as Lichfield F.C., the club entered the West Midlands (Regional) League Division One B in 1976.The following year the league became Division One. Lichfield were relegated to Division Two in 1986, but were promoted back to Division One after finishing runners-up in 1988–89 and third in 1989–90.

In 1994–95, the club changed its name to Lichfield City and the club finished runners-up, gaining promotion to the Premier Division. However, after only one season in the league, the club left to play Sunday league football. Lichfield left Sunday league in 2008 to join the Midland Combination Division Three, and were promoted to Division Two in their inaugural season after finishing fifth. They were promoted again in 2011 after finishing fourth in Division Two, and again in 2012 after finishing fourth in Division One. For the 2012–13 season they played in the Midland Combination Premier Division finishing in 10th position. The club has now consolidated its position in step 6, (the Midland Combination Premier Division was renamed the Midland Football League 1st Division in 2014), finishing between 7th and 12th in each of the five seasons played at this level.

Records

Founded:- 1970

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Ground:- The City Ground, Lichfield

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Best FA Cup Performance:- Preliminary Round (2014/15, 2016/17)

Best FA Trophy performance:- N/A

Best FA Vase Performance:- 2nd Round (2016/17)

2016/17 League Performance:- 7th Midland Football League 1st Division

Top Scorer:- Ben Lund (15 goals)