Respect your fellow Supporters, the Ground, the Club, the Game... Show your respect!
Click image for full details of our sixth annual olf Day on September 7th
Do you aspire to play for a real football club?
Save and support the Magpies at the same time - click image for full details

CHORLEY FOOTBALL CLUB is a non-league football club based in Lancashire that is steeped in history.

Originally formed back in 1875 as a rugby club, the Magpies converted to the round ball game in 1883 and have competed in various leagues throughout the clubs history, picking up silverware at regular intervals.

More about Chorley FC...

Exclusive: Magpies Make Double Swoop

Chorley FC have made two new signings in the last few weeks as the Magpies hope to push up the table into play-off contention. Keil O’Brien and Darren Stephenson both join the Evo-Stik Premier League side and talk exclusively to Josh Vosper.

O’Brien who signed from Mossley said, " I can’t wait to start. After meeting all the players they seem really nice along with the management staff. Speaking to Garry and his ambitions for the club and my aims as an individual that’s what persuaded me to move to Chorley."

The 6ft 4in centre half that had been a first team regular at Steel Park this season added "I started off at Manchester United when I was a kid but things didn’t work out for me so decided to move on. That’s when I found my first non-league club Glossop North End who was in the North West Counties, soon after I signed for Northwich Victoria. Age went against me a little bit at Vics as I needed to learn the game more and that’s why I ended up at Mossley. Enjoyed it there tremendously, great people, great club and hopefully it’ll be the same for me at Victory Park."

Darren Stephenson has also joined Chorley – a player who needs no introduction to Magpie fans. The 19-year-old has been signed on a permanent deal from Southport and hopes to recapture the goal scoring form he had at the start of the season. He said "I’m very happy to be back at Chorley FC. Results aren’t going our way at the moment but we’ve got to stick together as a team. I enjoyed my time at Southport but wasn’t getting played as often as I’d like. It’s good coming back, especially playing with a great set of lads. The ambition at the moment is to move us up the table and score goals.

"I started my career playing at Bradford City but sadly got injured and couldn’t play for the rest of the season. Things then changed with the club getting a new manager and other aspects that made me move to Southport. The manager then said I needed games so that’s when I went to Victory Park on loan.

He added, "I’ll be good to get the ball down and play, which suits me. I think Garry is a great manager and he’s told the lads to keep their heads up and eventually we will start winning, which will breed confidence. At the moment I think we are one of the best teams in the league to be fair, with great talent in the dressing room. Hopefully we’ll soon push up and get into a play-off spot."

Keil O'Brien signs for Chorley FC with Director Graham Watkinson (left) and Secretary Harold Taylor (right)

Magpie In The Spotlight ...

DEFENDER

Stephen joined the club following the expiry of his contract at League One side Fleetwood Town, where he was a regular during their successful battle against relegation from League One.

A former apprentice with Manchester City, he went on to play 64 times in total for The Sky Blues, 53 of those in the Premier League.

He has a loan spell at Cambridge United while on City’s books before moving on to add further Premier League experience (25 appearances) with a stint at Burnley prior to spells with Sheffield United, Huddersfield Town, Rochdale and Dunfermline Athletic before signing for Fleetwood Town in the summer of 2013.

He made 77 appearances with The Cod Army over three season, including 21 last season where he was a key figure in their battle against the drop.

Fleetwood manager Steven Pressley said releasing Jordan was one of the toughest decision he has made in his managerial career and Stephen turned down offers from other Football League clubs to join the Magpies.

FORMER CLUBS: Manchester City, Cambridge United (loan), Burnley, Sheffield United, Huddersfield Town, Rochdale, Dunfermline  Athletic, Fleetwood Town

AddThis Social Bookmark Button

Next @ Victory Park


FC HALIFAX TOWN
Saturday April 29th
League

On Our Travels

CFC 200 Club Members

Jewson Chorley

Helmrig

Kingsley Investments Ltd

Social stuff

Follow Chorley FC on Facebook  Follow Chorley FC on Twitter
Listen to Chorley FC on AudioBoo  Listen to Chorley FC on MagpieWatch

In The Magpie Market...

Eulocis Hairdresser

Malcolm's Musicland

Wheels Auto Parts Ltd


.