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Seamer FC

Seamer FC is an amateur football club based in Seamer, North Yorkshire, England. The club was founded in 1898 and currently competes in the Scarborough & District Saturday League.


Seamer FC was founded in 1898 and initially played in the Bridlington & District League. The club won the league championship in 1902-03. In 1911, Seamer joined the Scarborough & District League, where they have competed ever since.

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The club's most successful period came in the 1950s, when they won the league championship three times (1951-52, 1952-53, and 1953-54). They also won the league cup in 1954-55.

Seamer FC has also had some success in cup competitions. The club won the FA Vase in 1976-77, beating Hebburn Town 2-1 in the final. They also reached the final of the FA Amateur Cup in 1967-68, losing 2-1 to Crook Town.

Current Team

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Seamer FC's current team competes in the Scarborough & District Saturday League Division One. The team is managed by Paul Robson and captained by Mark Jackson.

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