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Atherton LR FC

Atherton LR FC is crowdfunding

£120raised of £25,000 target by 4 supporters

Weʼre raising £25,000 to Help Atherton Laburnum Football Club remain a vital part of the community

Atherton, M46

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Over the last few seasons , Atherton Laburnum Rovers F.C. has suffered off the field issues which has caused significant failure on the pitch. There is now a new board of Directors, new management and a desire and determination to ensure that the club never faces the same issues ever again moving forward.

Any amount helps, we are raising a total of £25,000 over the next 12 months and with your help, reaching that target will allow the club to restore some of the pride this once great community entity will once again be something to be proud of

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Page last updated on: 5/21/2019 01.47



  • Bill Carr

    Bill Carr

    May 18, 2019


  • David Frost

    David Frost

    May 9, 2019

    Important that we keep a significant part of our heritage going and succeeding in the future.

  • Anonymous


    May 6, 2019

    Wish everyone At LR good luck on getting the club back were it should be needs all Atherton to get behind them help them get back on track. 👍


  • Anonymous


    May 6, 2019

    Great idea....needs everyone's support for this club to survive.


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Atherton LR FC

Atherton, M46

The club were established as an under-14 team by Joe Riley in 1956, and were originally named Laburnum Rovers, named after Laburnum Playing Fields where they first played. The club play home matches at Crilly Park, which has a capacity of 3,000, of which 250 is seated;

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