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Year formed: 1995.
Ground: Jubilee Park, Kings Ripton Road, Huntingdon, PE28 2NT. Tel: 07929-651226.
Directions: At A1 Brampton Hut roundabout take A14 east until reaching the Spittals interchange roundabout. Follow A141 towards St Ives/March and go over three roundabouts. Take next left towards Kings Ripton and the ground is on the left.
Chairman: Hans Reif
Secretary: Russell Yezek, 39 Thongsley, Huntingdon. PE29 1NU. Tel: 01480-394903 (h), 07974-664818 (m). e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Manager: Darren Young. Assistant: Jim McBurnie.
Programme editor: Russell Yezek
Colours: Red and black; change colours: sky and navy blue.
Huntingdon Town FC has come a long way in a very short space of time. After initially playing as The Montagu and then The Sun in local football, the committee set their sights on progress and decided to adopt the name of Huntingdon Town. A previous club had operated in the town under that name before a merger of local clubs saw Huntingdon United formed in 1949.
With experienced manager Andy Rossi taking the helm, Town were soon making a rapid ascent in the Cambridgeshire League. In 1998 Town won promotion from Division 2B to Division 1B, and two years later they were celebrating a double success, lifting the Division 1B title and the Hunts Junior Cup. The following season saw the Junior Cup retained while Town were beaten finalists in the Scott-Gatty Cup.
In 2001 Town were runners up in the Cambs League Senior B division and Percy Oldham Cup, completed a hat trick of Junior Cup successes and won the Scott Gatty Cup for the first time.
A move to Jubilee Park saw the club embark on a programme of facility improvements to progress to senior football and in the summer of 2003 they joined the UCL. On the field Town found the step up a big one, finishing next to bottom in Division One.
In July 2004 Town opened their new £37,000 floodlighting system with a match against Peterborough United who ran put 3-0 winners at Jubilee Park.
Huntingdonshire FA Senior Cup
Huntingdonshire FA Premier Cup
Huntingdonshire FA Scott-Gatty Cup
Huntingdonshire FA Benevolent Cup
Reserve League Cup
Reserve Division Two
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