On Thursday the 7th of June, Old Xaverians FC announced that it still had a few of its booklets available created especially for the Club’s centenary season. The booklets offer readers a detailed summary of the history between 1892 to 1992 of the Old Xaverians Football Club. This is the period in which the club made a name for itself in the Lancashire Cup and Amateur Tournament as well as the English Amateur Cup Competition.
No other club ever got close to doing as much for the Lancashire Amateur Football club as the Old Xaverians. In 1920 statements like these published in the Sporting Press not only praised the club but confirmed the image the Old Xaverians believed their club presented. The football club proposal came in 1892, a suggestion that allowed the club to extend its winter activities. No one or only a few could have imagined the immense impact it would have on the local amateur football.
Old Xaverians Football Club Celebrated its 120th Year in Existence in 2011/12 Season
Looking back to the 2011 to 2012 season it perhaps wasn’t the Old Xaverians Football Clubs most successful in terms of titles or trophies, yet celebration its 120th year in existence was a magnificent achievement. Five years down the line the Old Xaverians enjoyed even more success on the field. This was the year Ben Williams, the manager of the first team stepped down after associations with the club for seventeen years.
2018 Old Xaverians FC Results
The most recent results of the Old Xaverians FC include the third-round finish season, a season described as the longest ever. The high scorers in the Third Eleven played league leaders Woodstreet ended in a 2-2 draw, resulting in a 4th position season finish. Everyone is looking forward to a well-deserved rest after the season ended on the 29th of May.
Old Xaverians FC members have several events to look forward to in July 2018, which include the visit to Jake’s magnificent garden on the 14th of July 2018. The garden visit takes place from 11 am to 1 pm, and everyone is welcome to view this award-winning garden, which makes this a perfect family event.
With the COXA Golf Day only three weeks away, Old Xaverians send out the last call for registration as only a few more spaces are available. Teams of three take place in this event and prizes are based on the two highest scorers at each hole. Participation in this event is limited to thirty-six players while registration is £39. It is recommended that if interested, you register early to avoid positions all being filled.