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Chester Romans

Chester Romans
Established 1986
Based in Chester
Home stadium Cheshire County Sports Club
Head coach Simon Wainwright
League BAFA National Leagues
Division Division 1 NFC South
Division titles 3 (1994, 1996, 1999)
Current uniform

The Chester Romans are an American Football team based in Chester, United Kingdom. Formed in 1986, they are one of the oldest teams in the UK.[1] They play in the BAFANL Division 1 NFC South.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Logos & Uniforms 2
  • Cheshire County Sports Club 3
  • Notes 4
  • External links 5

History

The Romans were founded during the week of Super Bowl XX at the Handbridge College, and played their first game of full kitted football in September of that year, beating the Rotherham Redskins 38-25.[2]

They spent their formative years in the Budweiser League, but did not achieve much success and in the late 1980's, moved to the British National Gridiron League, where they made their first play off appearance in 1989 and made them again in 1994.[3]

In the 1995 and 1996 seasons, the Romans relocated to Wrexham, Wales, achieving mixed success. In 2001, they changed their to the Cheshire Romans, before reverting to the Chester Romans in 2002.[4]

In 2014, former NFL player and Sky Sports pundit Cecil Martin held a training session with the Romans.[5] 2015 saw a league realignment,[6] and the Romans were placed in the Division 1 NFC South division, where they lost their opening game to the Nottingham Caesars 28-23.[7]

Logos & Uniforms

The Romans play in red jerseys with a white trim, black game pants and black socks. Their alternate uniforms switch the red jersey for an all white jersey with red detail. Their jerseys are manufactured by EP Sports and sponsored by Hickory's Smokehouse.[8]

Cheshire County Sports Club

The Cheshire County Sports Club is a multi-use sports facility in Chester. There are both grass and artificial turf pitches for use in a variety of sports.[9] The facilities serve over 5000 visitors each year.[10]

Notes

  1. ^ Britball Now - Chester Romans Team Notes
  2. ^ Chester Romans - History
  3. ^ Britball Now - Chester Romans
  4. ^ Britball Now - Chester Romans Team Notes
  5. ^ NFL star inspires Chester Romans as part of UK tour
  6. ^ Proposed BAFANL Structure for 2015
  7. ^ Nottingham Caesars start new season with narrow win at Romans
  8. ^ New Shirts for 2015
  9. ^ Facilities Siteplan
  10. ^ About Us

External links

  • Chester Romans website
  • Chester Romans Facebook page
  • Chester Romans Twitter account
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