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The history of AFC Fylde's 2022 campaign

  • Breaking new ground

    Breaking new ground
    Kirkham and Wesham FC purchase land behind the Birley Arms pub in Warton.
  • New Sponsor

    New Sponsor
    Now chairman David Haythornthwaite gets involved in the club as his company (VetPlus) becomes the Club's main sponsor.
  • Change of strip

    Change of strip
    The club changes its colours from all blue to all white and the 2022 campaign is first advertised.
  • 2007/08 Season

    2007/08 Season
    The club won promotion to the Vodkat Premier Division, along with the League cup and their first ever trip to Wembley in the final of the FA Vase where they beat Lowestoft Town 2-1. The FA Vase final was historically the last ever game of Kirkham and Wesham FC.
  • AFC Fylde

    AFC Fylde
    The club apply to the authorities in request for a name change. Following their approval, AFC Fylde was born. The purpose of the name change was to 'broaden their appeal up and down the Fylde Coast and further aid their bid to get into the Football League.'
  • Promotion

    AFC Fylde win the Vodkat Premier Division title and gain promotion to the Unibond League North for the first time ever.
  • New Manager

    New Manager
    The Club's longest serving manager Mick Fuller was moved up to the club's hierarchy and Former PNE and Barnsley coach Kelham O'Hanlon takes over.
  • 2010/11 Season

    2010/11 Season
    The club push for promotion to the newly renamed Evo Stik Northern Premier Division but lose in the play off final to Lancashire rivals Chorley. The season was seen as a success however as the club got a trip to the Reebok Stadium in the final of the Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy Final, a match they went on to win.
  • The Challinor Era

    The Challinor Era
    After a poor start to the season, manager Kelham O'Hanlon leaves the club by mutual consent and former Tranmere Rovers defender Dave Challinor becomes the first team manager.
  • Promotion

    The club finally gain promotion to the Evo Stik Northern Premier Division following just one defeat in 25 matches scoring 53 goals and conceding just 8. The clubs latest promotion to the Northern Premier League left them with the task of three promotions in 10 years.
  • 2012/13 season

    2012/13 season
    The club make another appearence at the Reebok Stadium and win the Lancashire FA Challenge Trophy for a second time in three years. After gaining a place in the Play Offs, they lost on penalties away to Hednesford Town in their semi- final but left themselves in a great position to challenge for promotion again in 2013/14.