St Johns United A.F.C.


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St Johns United A.F.C. are a football club from St John's on the Isle of Man. They compete in the Isle of Man Football League. They play in a royal blue and yellow striped kit and play their home games at Mullen-y-Cloie in St John's.HistoryThe club was founded in 1947. They have won the Manx FA Cup twice, in 1971–72 and 1975–76. In 1997–98 they won the Paul Henry Gold Cup, beating Ramsey 2–1 in the final. They were also promoted to the First Divisions as runners-up in Division Two. However, they lasted just one season in the top flight and were relegated in 1998–99 in last place winning just one league game all season.They were losing finalits in 2002–03 in the Paul Henry Gold Cup and missed out on promotion by one point finishing in third place in Division Two. In 2004–05 they were promoted as Division Two champions and were again losing finalists in the Paul Henry Gold Cup. The following season they finished in 5th place in the First Division. In 2007–08 they finished in 12th place in the Premier League and were relegated to Division Two. They currently play in the Premier League.The club has a reserve team playing in the Isle of Man Football Combination One League.FacilitiesThe club have a clubhouse at their football ground. The club also have a 112 pitch campsite which is open from April to September.HonoursLeagueDivision Two champions (4):1949–50, 2004–05, 2008–09, 2010–11


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