About Us Billericaytownladiesfc

Welcome to our website- Billericaytownladiesl is a soccer club based in Billericay, Essex, England. The club is currently a member of National League South, the sixth tier of English football, and plays at New Lodge. They are the second most successful club in FA Vase history, having won the competition on three occasions.

The club was established as Billericay Football Club in 1880.[2] They joined the Romford & District League in 1890, where the club played until World War I.[3] They also started playing in the Mid-Essex League, winning Division Two in 1912–13, 1931–32 and 1932–33.[4] The club remained in the Mid-Essex League until joining the Southern Essex Combination League in 1947.[5] In 1946 they adopted their current name.[2] In 1966 the club were founder members of the Essex Olympian League.[5] The 1969–70 season saw them win the league and League Cup double, a feat they repeated the following season.[3] Following their back-to-back titles, the club became founder members of the Essex Senior League in 1971, finishing as runners-up in its first season and winning the title in 1972–73

After finishing as runner-up again, Billericay won back-to-back league titles in 1974-75 and 1975-76. The final season also saw them reach the FA FA final and beat Stamford 1-0 at Wembley, [5] as well as the first Essex Senior Cup title when they defeated Epping Town 3-2 in the final. [3] Although they only finished third in 1976-77, they retained the FA Vase, beating Sheffield 2-1 in a replay at City Ground in Nottingham after a 1-1 draw at Wembley. [5] In 1977 the club switched to the Athens League, which they won at the first attempt. The 1978-79 season saw them defend the Athens League title and win the third FA Vas in four seasons, defeating Almondsbury Greenway 4-1 in the final, [5] with Doug Young being the only player to score a hat-trick in an FA Final Final match. at Wembley a long time ago. [6] The following season saw them move up to the Isthmian League Two Division, which they also won at the first attempt, got promotion to Division One.

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