Initially only played friendly games & then Charity Cup competitions - no honours recorded.

Honours & Records

Nuneaton St Nicholas

1889/90 to 1893/4

Nuneaton Town

Nuneaton & District League

Champions: 1902-03

Runners Up: 1901-02

 

Coventry & North Warwickshire League

Champions: 1904-05

Runners Up: 1897-98

 

Birmingham Junior League

Champions: 1906-07

Birmingham Combination

Champions: 1914-15, 1928-29, 1930-31

Runners Up: 1910-11, 1931-32

 

F.A. Cup

(First entered in 1899-90)

Never progressed to competition proper

 

Birmingham Senior (County) Cup

(First entered 1911-12)

Winners: 1930-31

Runners Up: 1934-35

1894/95 to 1936/37

Nuneaton Borough

Birmingham Combination

Runners Up: 1945-46, 1948-49, 1950-51

 

Birmingham League

Champions: 1954-55 (North), 1955-56 (Division One)

 

Birmingham League (Maserfield Cup)

Runners Up: 1953, 1955

 

Southern League Premier Division

Champions: 1998-99

Runners Up: 1966-67, 1974-75

 

Southern League Midland Division

Champions: 1981-82, 1992-93, 1995-96

 

Southern League Cup

Winners: 1996

Runners Up: 1963

 

Southern League Inter Zone (Section 7)

Winners: 1958-59

 

Southern League Merit Cup

Winners: 1992-93 (joint)

 

Southern League Championship Match (League Champions v Cup Winners)

Winners: 1999-00

Runners Up: 1996-97

 

Southern League Championship Play Off (Midland v Southern)

Runners Up: 1982 (lost on penalties)

 

Conference Premier

Runners Up: 1983-84, 1984-85

Conference North

Runners Up: 2004-05 (lost in semi-final)

Play-offs: 2005-06 (lost in semi-final)

 

F.A. Cup

 

3rd Round

1949-50 (v Exeter City)

1966-67 (Rotherham United, Replay)

2005-06 (Middlesbrough, Replay)

 

2nd Round

Five appearances:

1953-54 (Replay), 1976-77, 1977-78, 1993-94 (Replay), 2000-01

 

1st Round

Fourteen appearances:

1954-55, 1967-68 (2nd Replay), 1971-72, 1972-73, 1974-75 (Replay), 1975-76, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1981-82, 1984-85 (Replay), 1985-86, 1986-87, 1992-93, 1995-96

 

F.A. Trophy

Three appearances in Quarter Finals: 1977 (Replay), 1980, 1987

 

Birmingham Senior (County) Cup

Winners: 1949, 1956, 1960, 1978, 1980, 1993, 2002

Runners Up: 1953, 1967, 1991

 

Midland Floodlit Cup

Winners: 1969, 1974, 1980, 1984 (joint) Runners Up: 1983, 1985, 1991

 

European Competitions

Anglo Italian Cup: 1976, 1978, 1979

1937/38 to 2007/08

Southern League Division One (Midlands)

Runners Up: 2008-09 (Promoted via play-offs)

 

Southern League Premier Division

Runners Up: 2009-10 (Promoted via play-offs)

 

Conference North

5th place: 2011-12 (Promoted via play-offs)

F.A. Cup

First Round Proper: 2009-10, 2010-11, 2012-13

 

Birmingham Senior Cup

Winners: 2010

Runners Up: 2011

Runners Up: 2015

CLUB RECORDS

Record Home League Victory

19-0 v Mancetter Wanderers (Nuneaton & District League 27/09/1902)

 

Record Away League Victory

9-0 v Birmingham City Transport (Birmingham Combination 08/10/1949)

 

Record Home League Defeat

1-7 v Walsall Reserves (Birmingham Combination 12/11/1938)

 

Record Away League Defeat

0-7 v Aston Villa ‘A’ (Birmingham Combination 29/4/1939)

 

Record Cup Victory

Home: 15-0 v Walsall Phoenix (F.A. Cup Extra Preliminary Round 5/09/1931)

 

Record Cup Defeat

Away: 1-8 v Hereford Utd (F.A. Cup 4th Qualifying Round 05/11/1955) Away: 1-8 v Tamworth (Birmingham Senior Cup 09/11/1968)

 

Record Attendance at Manor Park

22,114 v Rotherham United (F.A. Cup Third Round 28/01/1967)

 

Record Attendance at Liberty Way

3,480 v Luton Town (Conference Premier 22/02/2014)

 

Record Attendance for an Away fixture

26,255 v Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium

(F.A. Cup Third Round Replay 17/01/2006 – This includes 5,000 Boro fans)

Record Appearances

Alan Jones: 545 (07/03/1964 to 22/03/1975)

 

Record Signing

Marc McGregor – £35,000 from Forest Green Rovers (June 2000)

 

Record Sale

Andy Ducros – £100,000 to Kidderminster Harriers (July 2000)

 

Top Goal Scorers

The following players all scored more than 100 competitive goals: Ken Plant, Paul Cutler, Paul Culpin, Martyn Twigger, Rob Straw

 

Most Goals in a Game

8 (Fred Slater v Bilston – Birmingham League 14/04/1956)

 

Most League Goals in a Season

43 (Fred Slater – Birmingham League 1955-56)

 

Most Goals in a Season (all competitions)

75 (William Hanney 1931-32 – in 46 games)

 

Goals Scored in Most Consecutive Games

13 games (William Hanney / Martyn Twigger)

 

Most Goals in Club Career

Paul Culpin: 203

 

Most Team Goals in a Season

129 (46 matches – Birmingham League 1953-54)

 

Most League Points (42 matches)

95 (Southern League Midland 1995-96 – 3 points for a win)

69 (Alliance Premier League – 2pts home, 3 points away win)

65 (Southern League Midland 1981-82 – 2 points for a win)

CLUB FIRSTS

 

First Ever Game

Hinckley Parish Church & Institute 1, Nuneaton St.Nicholas 0 – 19/10/1889

 

First Ever Home Game

Nuneaton St.Nicholas 0, Coventry Alliance 3 – 23/11/1889 (at Higham Lane)

 

First Ever Goalscorer

T.Smith – 26/10/1889 (away v Burbage Wanderers)

 

First Game at Manor Park

Nuneaton Town 1, Atherstone Town 0 – 01/09/1919 (Friendly)

 

First Goalscorer at Manor Park

H.Ford – 01/09/1919 (v Atherstone Town)

 

First Game at Liberty Way

Nuneaton Borough 2, Coventry City 2 – 17/07/2007 (Friendly)

 

First Goalscorer at Liberty Way

Gavin Cowan – 17/07/2007 (v Coventry City)

 

First FA Cup Game

Nuneaton Town 2, Brierley Hill Alliance 3 – 16/09/1899 (Preliminary Rnd)

First Birmingham Senior Cup Game

Walsall 4, Nuneaton Town 0 – 23/10/1911

 

First FA Amateur Cup Game

Nuneaton Borough 2, Stafford Old Eds 0 – 25/09/1937

 

First FA Trophy Game

Nuneaton Borough 7, Ellesmere Port Town 0 – 13/12/1969

 

First Floodlit Game

Hednesford Town 5, Nuneaton Borough 2 – 05/10/1953 (Birmingham Senior Cup)

 

First Home Floodlit Game

Nuneaton Borough 3, Leicester City 1 – 25/10/1965 (Friendly)

 

First Midland Floodlit Cup Game

Worcester City 6, Nuneaton Borough 2 – 22/08/1966

 

First Live TV Game

Nuneaton Borough 0, Bournemouth 1 – 15/12/1993 (F.A. Cup 2nd Round Replay)

 

 

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2008-09 to Present

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1889 to Date

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