The crossroads at Morda
|Morda shown within Shropshire|
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It is named after the River Morda, which, with the River Tanat, is one of the first major tributaries joining the River Severn as it wends its way from its birthplace on Plynlimon, mid-Wales, to the Bristol Channel.
Morda is home to the football club Morda United F.C., who play their home games at the Weston Road Ground. The first team are in the Mercian Regional Football League's Premier Division, whilst the reserve team are in that league's Division One.
Morda United Football Club is a football team from Shropshire with a big history in county football. The club was first founded as 'Morda F.C' in the 1800s, but folded in the mid 1900s. Following this the club was reformed in the 1970s under the name of Morda United FC.
For twenty years the club were a big name in Shopshire football, winning a number of trophies and making a name for themselves. The club have been dormant for many years, with a lack of silverware, but recently this has changed.
Since manager Craig Rogers took over in 2011, he guided Morda to a 3rd-placed finish, a Premier Division Cup, and is currently got his side sitting 2nd in the Mercian Regional Football League.
- "Weston Road Ground photo". Retrieved 2012-06-15.
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