corsham town

Founded in 1878 and affiliated to the Football Association in 1893, we are The Quarrymen, made of stone. Winners of the inaugural season of the Wiltshire Football League in 1895 Corsham spent many years in county football before joining the Western League in 1998.
In 2003 Corsham had one of their best few years winning five trophies including the Western Premier League title in 2006.
Notable player that have played for Corsham include William Smith who went on to play for Notts County and West Ham in the 1920's and more recently England international Tyrone Mings spent his first season in senior football at the Southbank.
Corsham have now been moved into The Hellenic Premier League, also now run a Women's team playing in the Wiltshire League.

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latest news

Highest Finish in Clubs History Since 2006
With Saturday's point against Cinderford, a second-place finish for The Quarrymen is guaranteed. This is the…
Club Secures Major Community Partnership for Ground Improvements
Corsham Town is thrilled to announce its first-ever Community Partnership with local data centre giant Ark…
Promotion & Play Offs
As far as we are aware this is the criteria for promotion from The Hellenic Premier…