Manchester Gregorians Football club has two teams playing in the Manchester
Football League. The First Team is in the Premier Division and the Reserves play in Division Two. The Club was formed, in 1959, by former pupils of St Gregory’s RC High School, Ardwick Green, which was located less than a mile from Manchester city centre.

The Club strives to be competitive at the highest level of amateur football in Manchester and the North West. Players are selected on ability and commitment.

The First Team is managed by Rob Radcliffe & Eddie Flanagan and coached by Marcus Higginbottom, who also supervises all training sessions. The Reserve Team is managed by Ben Twemlow, and the Assistant Reserve Team Manager is Paul Thomasson.


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The club plays its matches and trains Belle Vue Sports Village on Kirkmanshulme Lane

Home matches are played on the 3rd Generation surface pitch at Belle Vue.  Training takes place throughout the season on Tuesday and Thursday evening from 20.00.  The sessions are planned and run by the football management team that includes several UEFA B Licence / FA Level 3 coaches.

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Manchester Gregorians are constantly seeking to improve all aspects of the club. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or you wish to contribute to the club.