Ramsbottom United are delighted to have won the "Evo-Stik Premier Division Club of the Month" award for October.
The Ramsbottom United Supporters Club Player of the Month for September 2014 - sponsored by Irwell Works Brewery - was awarded to Osebi Abadaki.
Influential central defender Billy Priestley has signed a two-year contract with Conference North side Bradford Park Avenue and will leave the club after today's game with Nantwich Town.
Today is the day - the Rams' first game in the Evo-Stik Premier Division when Kings Lynn Town come to the Harry Williams Riverside Stadium.
There will be a Ramsbottom United fans and managers forum meeting on Wednesday 5th November at 7.30pm at the cricket club. Come and speak to Bernard and Jonno about the season so far - should be a fascinating meeting to attend!
Jordan Hulme is the latest Ramsbottom United player to be placed on contract with the club.
On Saturday, Ramsbottom United head into Evo-Stik Premier Division for the first time in their history when Kings Lynn Town make the 340-mile round trip to the Harry Williams Riverside Stadium.
As Ramsbottom United prepare for their first campaign in Evo-Stik Premier, following promotion last season, the vast majority of the squad have signed on again at the Harry Williams Riverside Stadium.
Ramsbottom United have been named the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Club of the Month for October after they went through the month unbeaten in five games, scoring 14 goals and conceding just 3.
Ramsbottom United joint managers Anthony Johnson and Bernard Morley have strengthened their squad by bringing in GEORGE GRAYSON from Conference North, Tamworth. The 20 year old is a highly rated full-back capable of playing on either flank, giving the Rams additional defensive flexibility.
Ramsbottom United's inaugural season at Evo-Stik Premier level begins on Saturday with a home visit of Kings Lynn Town (3.00pm kick-off) and the club have strengthened with the signing on five new players.
With the vast majority of Ramsbottom United's promotion winning side having already committed themselves to the club's first season at Evo-Stik Premier level, the Rams were quick to offer goalkeeper Grant Shenton a contract to ward off potential suitors.
With his 90th minute penalty in the 4-0 victory over Whitby Town on Tuesday evening, striker Jon Robinson became just the third Ramsbottom United player to reach the milestone of 100 goals for the club.
Joint managers Bernard Morley and Anthony Johnson have been quick to replace the departed Billy Priestley by re-signing the Supporters "Player-of-the-Year" trophy last season and former captain Danny Warrender.
The Rams close their pre-season programme on Saturday when they travel to Shawbridge for 3pm kick-off against former league rivals Clitheroe. It is a final chance for the players to cement their place in the starting line-up for the opening league game next Saturday.
Ramsbottom United have been drawn away in both of the FA competitions early rounds when the draw was made at Wembley this morning.