Chairman: Rob Woodward
Secretary: Charlotte Bailey
Team manager: Connor Clarke
Ground Address: Madeley White Star FC, Manor Road Playing Fields, Manor Road, Madeley, Crewe, CW3 9PS
Telephone: 07706509662 / 07412446433
Directions to grounds: Exit M6 at Junction 15, Head south-east towards Clayton Rd/A519. Turn right onto Clayton Rd/A519, continue to follow A519.
Continue onto Newcastle Rd. At Hanchurch Interchange, take the 2nd exit onto Newcastle Rd/A519. Turn right onto Trentham Rd/A5182. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Whitmore Rd/A53. Continue to follow A53, turn right onto Madeley Rd, Turn right onto Manor Rd. Continue almost to the end of Manor Road, Arrive: on your left Madeley, Crewe CW3 9PS, UK
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Goalkeepers primary: Green
Goalkeepers primary: Blue
Year of Formation: 1906
County Association: Staffordshire
Match Programme: Yes, £1 per edition
Club Pin Badge: Yes, £3 available at every home match
Mid Week Home: Wednesday
Meetings: 4th Sunday at School
Newcastle League Division 2 Champions – 1949/50
Newcastle League and Cup Winners – 1952/53
Newcastle League Runners Up – 1958/59
Newcastle League Champions – 1964/65 & 1967/68
Newcastle Charity Cup winners – 1969/70 & 1970/71
Staffs Alliance League Champions – 74/75 & 85/86
Staffs Alliance League Cup Winners – 76/77, 77/78, 78/79 85/86
Staffs FA Presidents Cup – 84/85, 85/86
Hanley Cup – 85/86
Newcastle Charities Cup Runner up – 85/86
Staff FA U21 Cup Winners – 2016/17
Staffs FA Challenge Cup winners – 2017/18
Staffs FA Challenge Cup winners, AJ Cooke League Cup & Crewe & District FA League Cup Winners, Crewe & District League Runners Up – 2018/19
Madeley White Star Football Club – we are Charter Standard football club, providing football for our local community and the surrounding area, with various teams playing in the NSJYL/NSYL and our first team play in the SCSL.
There is evidence from Staffordshire FA records of a Madeley team being affiliated to the league in 1895. However, Madeley White Star FC started life as Madeley All Saints, playing in the Market Drayton League, where they won the league championship 6 times on the trot. In 1906 Madeley White Star FC was formed from the Church Bible Class by Ernest Buckley, who served as Club Secretary for almost 70 years. We owe our heritage to the Church and Rev Charles Griffin who gifted Mr Buckley £60 money to get the club going.
The club disbanded twice due to the Great War and players out of work. In 1931 Madeley moved into the Crewe and District League, and in 1932 became one of the founder members of the Newcastle League in the mid-1940s.
Madeley White Star is an old, established community football club steeped in more than a century of history, established in 1906 (but with evidence of a Madeley team being affiliated to the league in 1895). With accolades and support from national newspapers and footballing legends such as Sir Stanley Matthews and the late Gordon Banks OBE, it is no wonder that this club has been a proud bastion of local football. Raising money for good causes and supporting the local elderly folk, the club has previously united a community of mining, agricultural and pottery industry people. Today, with 11 teams across the junior and youth leagues and 1 adult team, our club is rebuilding itself as a hub of local footballing talent as we re-engineer its future. The White Star has already produced some outstanding winning teams and academy youth players for Stoke City and Port Vale, and are proud to have been part of the football career locals lads including Nathan Smith (Port Vale), who is still very much involved with the club and provides training sessions for our first team.
As an FA Charter Standard football club, our mission is to provide football to the community and surrounding area for children aged 4 years through to open age group, inspiring all our members to be active and healthy. As a supporter of local charity North Staffs Mind, we also promote the importance of mental health awareness and the benefits of how physical activity can improve your mental health and well-being.