Frecheville Community Association Football Club is a football club based in Frecheville, Sheffield, South Yorkshire. They are currently members of the and play at Silkstone Road.HistoryThe club first came to prominence when they won the Hatchard League title in 1966, following this up with a Sheffield Association League win in 1968 – the same season they first entered the FA Amateur Cup.After winning the Association League they joined the Yorkshire League, winning promotion from Division Two to Division One in their first season. They won the Sheffield & Hallamshire Senior Cup in 1973–74 and finished as Yorkshire League runners-up in 1974–75. A year later they finished bottom of the league, being relegated back to Division Two, but they wouldn't stay out of the top flight for long, winning promotion back to Division One at the first time of asking. During the same 1976–77 season they made their FA Cup debut, but lost to Winterton Rangers in the Preliminary Round at Silkstone Road. A year later they reached the Quarter-final of the FA Vase.In 1982 the Yorkshire League merged with the Midland League to form the Northern Counties East League (NCEL), and Frecheville were entered into Division One South of the new competition. When the league was reorganised in 1985, the club was placed in Division Two, which it won in 1986–87, gaining promotion to Division One. After three seasons in the top division, the club left the NCEL to join the more local Sheffield & Hallamshire County Senior League (S& HCSL), entering at the S& HCSL's second tier, Division One.