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LOCATION: River Darpe



Welcome to the storied history of Darperley Town Football Club! Fondly known as the "Daring Darperleys," this club from the heart of England's Midlands has never been one to back down from a challenge.

Established in 1890, the club's home ground is the legendary Herringham Park, affectionately known as "The Kipper Dome" by the local supporters due to its unique fish-like shape.

This stadium, situated on the picturesque banks of the River Darpe, has been a fortress for the team, an echo of cheers and roars reverberating through the historic town of Darperley. One of the most memorable moments in the club's rich history was the extraordinary 1975 season.

Under the leadership of the legendary manager, Sir Albert "Bertie" Windrush, the Daring Darperleys were promoted to Division 2. Sir Bertie, known for his tactical genius, perfectly orchestrated the team's play, declaring, "We're not just playing the field, we're conducting a symphony!" That season is still remembered as "The Windrush Waltz."

The club has been home to a number of noteworthy players who have etched their names into Darperley Town's folklore. Among them, the standout figure is striker William "Billy the Boot" Radcliffe, whose ferocious shots were known to "net more frequently than a seasoned fisherman." Billy's extraordinary goal tally in the 1983 season remains an unbroken club record.

No recount of the Darperleys' past legends can be complete without a mention of the midfield maestro, Oliver "Ollie the Octopus" Turner. With his tireless running and omnipresent gameplay, fans often joked that he had "eight legs" and was "everywhere at once."

In recent years, the club has yo-yoed between the Futera Ligai Division 2 and Division 3, but with a robust youth program and a strong sense of community, the Daring Darperleys have always shown resilience, bouncing back stronger after each setback.

The team's motto, "Never Shy, Always Darperley," perfectly encapsulates this spirit. The club's colors, a striking green with a dark green flash, are not just represented in their crest and kit, but also in the hearts of the town's people.

The fans, referred to as "The Green Wave," continue to flood Herringham Park every matchday, their support unwavering through the highs and lows. Darperley Town Football Club is not just a team, it's a community, a symbol of the town's unity and pride, and a testament to the undying love for the beautiful game.

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HEAD COACH - Ravi Verma

Age: Approx 32 years old   Nationality: Indian


Introducing Ravi Verma, the enigmatic 32-year-old head coach of Darperley Town's renowned Futera Ligai football team. Born and raised in the vibrant streets of Mumbai, Ravi's passion for the beautiful game ignited at a tender age.

With a keen eye for strategy and a deep understanding of the sport, he ascended the ranks swiftly, leaving a trail of victories in his wake. Known for his innovative tactics and nurturing leadership, Ravi's coaching prowess has transformed Darperley Town into an indomitable force within the league.

Under his guidance, players blossom, team spirit soars, and dreams are realized. Ravi Verma is a name that echoes through the annals of Indian football history.


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