Website last updated: 3 Mar, 2015 @ 20:06
Welcome to the homepage of Brampton Football Club.
Known as the Eagles, Brampton have re-established themselves as one of Derbyshire’s top amateur football sides since re-forming in the summer of 2006.
The club, which folded in 2004 after a proud 40-year history littered with success, won the Derbyshire Junior Cup North in its first season back in business under the joint management of Andy Barlow and Sean Boyle.
Brampton went on to further success in the 2007-08 campaign – winning the Hope Valley Premier Division and Lawrence Cup double.
And, with former player Paul Handford joining the management team ahead of the 2008-09 campaign, Brampton went on to win back-to-back league titles for the first time in the club’s history, and were runners-up in the Dore Shield.
Brampton completed the set of domestic honours since reforming when they won the Dore Shield in 2009-10 – their fifth trophy in just four years.
The 2010/2011 season saw a new era for Brampton as successful manager Sean Boyle stepped down as did assistant Paul Handford. The reigns were taken up by John Stuart and Dan Lukic in what was a transitional season for the Eagles.
New faces came in and some old ones departed as Brampton started again and were able to cement their place in the Hope Valley Premier in a tough season.
The 2011/2012 season saw John Stuart take sole charge of the team and lead his players to a 5th place finish, missing out on the Lawrence cup on the final day.
Based at The Victoria Inn, Brampton, the club plays its home games at Brookfield Community School and is sponsored by Brampton-based Spirac Physiotherapy.
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