Cheltenham Town FC

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  • Cheltenham Town Results

    20/04/2021
    Walsall 0 - 2 Salford City
    Barrow 0 - 2 Port Vale
    Stevenage 0 - 1 Cheltenham Town
    Newport County 2 - 0 Crawley Town
    Mansfield Town 3 - 0 Scunthorpe United
    Leyton Orient 2 - 4 Cambridge United
    Harrogate Town 0 - 3 Oldham Athletic
    Grimsby Town 0 - 3 Morecambe
    Forest Green R… 0 - 0 Exeter City
    Colchester United 2 - 0 Southend United
    Bradford City 0 - 1 Tranmere Rovers
    Bolton Wanderers 1 - 0 Carlisle United
  • Cheltenham Town Fixtures

    24/04/2021
    Cambridge United 14:00 Stevenage
    Port Vale 14:00 Bradford City
    Carlisle United 14:00 Harrogate Town
    Southend United 14:00 Leyton Orient
    Scunthorpe United 14:00 Walsall
    Salford City 14:00 Mansfield Town
    Tranmere Rovers 14:00 Barrow
    Oldham Athletic 14:00 Grimsby Town
    Morecambe 14:00 Bolton Wanderers
    Exeter City 14:00 Newport County
    Crawley Town 14:00 Forest Green R…
    Cheltenham Town 14:00 Colchester United
    27/04/2021
    Newport County 17:30 Scunthorpe United
    Cheltenham Town 18:00 Carlisle United
    Bradford City 18:00 Salford City
    Forest Green R… 18:00 Barrow
    Exeter City 18:00 Grimsby Town
    30/04/2021
    Harrogate Town 18:00 Cambridge United

Results & Fixtures for Cheltenham Town FC

The Football Fan Base brings you the Cheltenham Town Football Club results service together with a fixture list above. However, should you wish to see the current league position for Cheltenham Town, click here.

Currently, Cheltenham Town plays football in English League One. Indeed, the Football Fan Base wishes the team and supporters all the luck in the world.

The club’s official website is here.

Club Information, In Brief

To begin with, Cheltenham Town is in the county of Gloucestershire, England. They came into existence in 1887 so are a pretty old club. However, it wasn’t until 1999 that Cheltenham came up into the English League system. Obviously, this was the result of them winning the Conference Premier League.

Cheltenham plays their home games in a red and white strip at Whaddon Road giving them the nickname of The Robins. All in all, the stadium has a decent capacity of 7,066 and they have a noisy hardcore supporters base.

Honours

Cheltenham Town has won the Conference twice (1999 & 2016) seeing two promotions to the league system. But, major honours are few and far between.

Be that as it may, Cheltenham has won the FA Trophy in 1998 and have a host of minor cups and honours. For example, they won the Leamington Hospital Cup in 1935. So, the club has a long history but no major showings yet. However, the core fans are just as loyal to their team as any other supporter.

Rivals

Gloucester City is Cheltenham’s main rivals, but they are currently a non-league club. However, Forest Green Rovers are becoming more competitive on the rivalry front.

The Robbins Promotion

How can Cheltenham Town win a promotion? Well, you can do this here at the Football Fanbase, of course. Our football network exists so that you can promote your favourite footy team. For example, you can respond to football articles or even create your own.

Cheltenham Town Fans Forum

Cheltenham Town FC may not be very fashionable amongst the elite football clubs, but that matters not here. The Football Fan Base has the biggest forum of its type around and you can promote Cheltenham Town there also.

As well as promoting Cheltenham Town on the massive Football Blog, you can brag about your team in the forum. So, there are no excuses, start promoting the best team in the world today!

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