Tunstall Town FC are a Saturday football team made up of 41 team members.
The team is from Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom and play in the Staffordshire County Senior League Premier Division.
Tunstall Town FC play in Division 1 of the Staffordshire County Senior League. Currently playing at the Ormiston Sir Stanley Matthews Academy, Blurton, TTFC have a history of regularly changing their home venue,hence the club's nickname, The Nomads.
Originally formed as a works team in 1949,the club was taken over by former Crewe Alexandra full back, John Rowley in 1966.
In 1992 the club won the inaugural Umbro Veterans Cup
The club attracted a lot of media attention during the 2010/11 season due to a string of heavy defeats, including club record 19-0 defeats to Stone Old Alleynians & Manchester Metropolitan University. A feature by Johnny Phillips was shown on Sky Sports Soccer Saturday & the club also appeared on Norway's NTV2 goals round up. John Rowley was interviewed on Talksport's Hawksbee & Jacobs Show & the Guardian newspaper's Barney Ronay did an article on the club.
John Rowley decided to end his 46 year association with the club at the end of the 2011/12 season to become chairman of Kidsgrove Athletic.
George Day became manager in August 2012.
In January 2013 Jordan Taylor scored a second half equalising goal to earn the club their first league point since September 2007, ending a run of 142 consecutive defeats.
In February 2014 the club got that long awaited win against Betley FC, ending a eun of 171 league games without a win spanning almost six & a half years. Goals from Daniel Dwase & Adam Rose sealed a 2-1 win for the Nomads. The media frenzy that followed was unbelievable. Appearances on BBC's One Show, Late Kick Off & Midlands Today as well as many local & national radio shows saw the team in the spotlight for a couple of weeks
The 2014/15 season saw the club achieve their highest points total since 1978 with 17 points & for the first time in over a decade didn't finish bottom of the league2016/17 Season was the best season in our history when we became Staffs FA Challenge Cup winners with a record score for the final ( 7-1 v Lichfield City Reserves ). We were also promoted as SCSL Division 2 North Champions & were League Cup runners up, Division 2 Play Off Finalists & Leek Cup Quarter Finalists.