Who are Bury AFC?
It was established in December 2019 as a phoenix of Bury F.C., which had been expelled from the English Football League (EFL). Bury AFC is currently a member of the North West Counties Football League Division One North and the team play their home games at Stainton Park in nearby Radcliffe through a groundshare agreement with Radcliffe F.C. .
What are the records of Bury FC?
In 2005, Bury became the first (and still only) club to score 1,000 goals in each of the four professional tiers in England. The club’s records are listed on its own website: The club has a supporter’s group called Forever Bury, founded in 2002, who strive to help the club face its financial difficulties.
Where are Bury FC playing in 2020?
In 2020, there was no possibility of the new club playing its matches at Gigg Lane, home of Bury FC, and a groundshare was agreed with Radcliffe FC for the 2020–21 NWCFL season, so the team’s home venue is Stainton Park (currently called the Neuven Stadium for sponsorship reasons) in Radcliffe, which is about 2.5 miles (4 km) south-west of Bury.
What is the history of the Bury Football Club?
Bury Association Football Club is a fan-owned English association football club representing the town of Bury and based in Rawtenstall, Lancashire. It was established in December 2019 as a phoenix of Bury F.C., which had been expelled from the English Football League (EFL).