Category: Club News

Ashton Utd FA Trophy programme

For anyone who was at the Ashton United FA Trophy match on Saturday, they would like to apologise for the match programme was not up to its usual professional standard.

Category: Match Reports

RAMMY WIN A GAME!!!

When the Rams happily tripped off the pitch on 22 November 2014 finding themselves in fourth place after a comfortable win over a fancied Grantham Town team, few in a crowd of nearly 350 would have put money on it being almost 11 months to the day before they had the pleasure of seeing another Rams home win.

Category: Club News

Edghill given caretaker role

Ramsbottom United's manager Jon Robinson became another managerial casualty after the club's poor start to the season, which saw them pick up just two points from eleven league matches, and an early exit from the FA Cup.


Category: Match Reports

Rams grab FA Trophy draw

The Rams were twice in front but never in control of this FA Trophy tie and a reply back at the Harry Williams Riverside Stadium on Tuesday night was a fair outcome.

Category: Match Reports

New look Rams take home point

New Ramsbottom United manager Garry Vaughan began his reign at the Harry Williams Riverside Stadium with a point, although his side left it late to salvage something from a game they felt should have won.


Category: Match Reports

Improvements but another loss

This was a game the Rams should never have lost so while there will be some considerable comfort to be taken in the evidence of continuing improvement there will also be concern at the failings which saw the points slip away.

Category: Club News

Vaughan appointed Rams manager

Evo-Stik NPL Premier Division side Ramsbottom United are delighted to announce the appointment of their new manager, Garry Vaughan.


Category: Match Reports

Rams sink to Hyde mauling

There are two perspectives from which this result can be judged. The first by reference to the score line alone would suggest another heavy defeat for a young lightweight team whose recent form of three unbeaten games going into the match was nothing more than a cruel mirage which disappeared into the mists of reality once the Rams came up against a well organised team.

Category: Match Reports

Rams dominate leaders in 0-0 draw

A very youthful Rams team, featuring 8 players under the age of 21 ran league leaders Blyth Spartans ragged for the majority of a very open game and could count themselves very unlucky not to post their first win of the season.