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Barton Town Old Boys

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Founded: 1995

Years in NCEL: 2007-

Nickname: The Swans

Status: Lincolnshire FA

Home Colours: Sky Blue/Navy Blue/Sky Blue

Alternate Colours: White & Green/Green/Green

Sponsors: Euronics, Easy Buy Ltd.

Midweek Matchday: Tuesday

Club Personnel

Manager:
Paul Foot
Assistant Manager:
Dave Botham
Coach:
Gary Allanson

President:
Dennis Cox
Chairman:
Mark Gregory
Vice Chair:
Samantha Gregory
Treasurer:
Margaret Money
Secretary:
Peter Mitchell
Match Secretary:
Sean Money
Media Manager:
Dean Ross
Programme Editor:
Trevor Richens

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Ground Details

The Easy Buy Ground
Marsh Lane, Barton-on-Humber, DN18 5JD. Tel: Events Manager - (07702) 661809.


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General Ground Directions:
Approaching from the South on A15, Barton is the last exit before the Humber Bridge. Follow the A1077 into the town. Turn right at the mini roundabout at the bottom of the hill into Holydyke. Take second left onto George Street and then into King Street. Marsh Lane is opposite the junction of King Street and High Street. The ground is at the end of Marsh Lane, on the right, immediately after the cricket ground.

Public Transport:
Station: Scunthorpe 14m (do not use Barton on Humber station, which has an infrequent service). East Yorkshire / Stagecoach Lincolnshire bus 350 from Scunthorpe (Bus Station) to Barton upon Humber (Butts Road at Marsh Lane); hourly, takes 39 mins. Then up Marsh Lane and ground is on right (m).
Public transport directions courtesy of Andy Edwards. Click here to go to his website.

Admission Price: Adults: 5, Concessions: 3, Under 14s: Free.
Capacity: 3000, Cover: 540, Seats: 240
Clubhouse: Yes with full range of hot/cold drinks and food.
Club Shop: n/a

Club History

League History:
Lincolnshire League: 1995-2000; Humber Premier League: 2000-01; Central Midlands League: 2001-2007; NCEL: 2007-.
Best Season:
FA Cup: 2009/10 (1st Qualifying Round), FA Vase: 2010/11 2011/12 (2nd Round).

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