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Wolverhampton Casuals F.C.

West Midlands Regional Football League

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Wolverhampton Casuals F.C. were established in 1899. They have played in the West Midlands (Regional) League since 1982, and were promoted to the Premier Division in 1987/88 after a fourth-place finish. The club reached the First Round of the FA Vase in 1989/90, however The Cassies were relegated back to Division One in 1991. They regained their Premier Division status after winning the league in 1994/95. In 2010/11, the club were runners-up in the League Cup. In 2013-14 the team secured their third consecutive 3rd placed finish in the Premier Division, this time achieving 98 points, a best ever league record achieved in the club's history, and only 3 points short of the title. Brinsford Lane boasts a clubhouse, a tearoom, and a small stand with bench, seating for app 150 people. Its distinctive ivy-covered dugouts were featured in David Bauckham's book Dugouts.


West Midlands (Regional) League Division One
Champions 1994/95
Runners-up 1984/85, 1985/86, 1986/87
West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division
Premier Division Cup Runners-up 2010-11
JW Hunt Cup
Runners up 2012-13


Best league position: Third in West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14
Best FA Cup performance: First Qualifying Round, 2012/13
Best FA Vase performance: First Round, 1989/90

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