Prestwich Heys A.F.C.

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Prestwich Heys
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Full name Prestwich Heys Amateur Football Club
Nickname(s) The Heys
Founded 1938
Ground Adie Moran Park, Prestwich
Chairman Neil Gilmore
Manager Jon Lyons
League North West Counties League Division One
2015–16 Manchester League Premier Division, 1st (promoted)
Prestwich Heys match action 2008–09 season
Former skipper Lee Connell in action for Heys in 2006

Prestwich Heys A.F.C. is a semi-professional football club based in Prestwich, Greater Manchester, England.

Heys run two senior sides with the first team competing in the North West Counties League Division One and the reserves team competing in the Manchester Football League Division Two (reserves division). Heys are a Chartered Standard senior club.

League history[edit]


League Positions:
1st in the Lancashire Combination 1970–71
4th in the North West Counties League Division Three 1982–83
1st in the Manchester Football League Premier Division 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07 and 2015–16

FA Cup:
Second Round Qualifying v Mossley 1973–74 (lost 3–2)
Second Round Qualifying v Stalybridge Celtic 1978–79 (lost 4–1)
Second Round Qualifying v Southport, 1983–84 (lost 1–0)

FA Amateur Cup:
Quarter-final v Enfield 1969–70 (lost 2–0)

FA Trophy
Second Round Qualifying v Leeds & Carnegie College 1974–75 (lost 2–1)

FA Vase
Preliminary Round (on 7 occasions)

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Coordinates: 53°32′40″N 2°16′23″W / 53.54444°N 2.27306°W / 53.54444; -2.27306