For the start of the 2008-09 season, the club changed their name to AFC Fylde, and became North West Counties League - Premier Division champions in the same season, for promotion to the Northern Premier League - Division 1 North.
Promotion to the Premier League came in 2011-12, and promotion to the Conference North in 2013-14 after a play-off final win against Ashton United FC on penalties after a 1-1 draw.
Nicknamed "Stanley" short version of their name Biggest Loss - 9-1 vs Lincoln City, 3rd March 1951, Division 3 North Biggest Win - 8-0 vs New Brighton, 17th March 1934, Division 3 North Most Appearances - Jim Armstrong 260 (League), 1927 - 1934 Record Scorer - George Stewart 136, 1954 - 1958 Dean Court Bournemouth Dorset BH7 7AF Telephone - 01202 726 300 Capacity - 12,000 Formed - 1899 Nickname(s) - The Cherries Club Colours - Red & Black Striped Shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks Current League - Premier League Championship Winners - 2014-15 Division 3 Winners - 1986-87 Division 3 South Cup Winners - 1946 Football League Trophy Winners - 1984 AFC Bournemouth were formed as Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic.
It should not be confused with Bournemouth FC, who were formed earlier in 1875, but have never been members of the Football League.
Nicknamed "The Coasters" from being based in an area known as The Fylde Coast, Biggest Win - 10-0 vs Droylsden, 29th October 2013, NPL Premier Division Kingsmeadow Jack Goodchild Way 422a Kingston Road Kingston-upon-Thames Surrey KT1 3PB Telephone - 02 Capacity - 4,850 (2,265 Seated) Formed - 1889 Nickname(s) - The Dons, Wombles, The Crazy Gang Club Colours - All Blue - White Pinstriped Shirts Current League - League 1 Conference South Winners - 2008-09 as AFC Wimbledon Division 4 Winners - 1982-83 as Wimbledon FC FA Cup Winners - 1988 as Wimbledon FC Wimbledon Football Club is an English professional football club, originally from Wimbledon, south west London.
Formed in 1889 as Wimbledon Old Centrals, the club spent most of its history in amateur and semi-professional non-League football before a rapid ascent to the top-flight of English football in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
In fact Accrington Stanley is a name that goes back a long way in connection with Association Football.
They were Champions in seven out of eight seasons between 19 seasons, finishing as runners-up in the one season they failed to win the league.
Following their West Lancashire League championship success in 2006-07, the club were accepted into the North West Counties League for the 2007-08 season.
The current Accrington Stanley team is, however, not connected with previous Football League clubs with the same or similar names.
When the league formed in 1888, one of the founding members was Accrington FC.