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Biggest victories in every competition,

Cheshire League
12-1 v Congleton Town – 1937/38

Cheshire League Cup
7-0 v Frickley Colliery – 1964/65

Lancashire Combination
9-0 v Blackpool ‘B’ – 1952/53
9-0 v Prescot Cables – 1953/54

Lancs Combination Cup
12-0 v Stubshaw Cross – 1954/55

Lancashire Junior Cup
10-1 v Earlstown – 1953/54

Lancashire Challenge Trophy
11-1 v Darwen – 1969/70

Liverpool Non League Cup
6-0 v St Helens Town – 1954/55

Northern Premier League
7-0 v Goole Town – 1970/71
7-0 v Matlock Town – 1973/74
7-0 v Great Harwood – 1973/74

Football League
7-1 v Scarborough – 1996/97

FA Cup
8-1 v Fleetwood Town – 1962/63

Football League Cup
5-0 v Wrexham – 1989/90

Associate Members Cup
6-0 v Rochdale – 1985/86

Undefeated seasons

1933/34 – Cheshire League – won all 21 matches
1934/35 – Cheshire League – won 19, drew 2
1952/53 – Lancashire Combination – won 16, drew 5
1965/66 – Cheshire League – won 17, drew 4
1969/70 – Northern Premier League – won 13, drew 6

Highest ever attendance,

27,526 v Hereford United – FA Cup – 1953

Highest Football ever League attendance,

10,045 v Bolton Wanderers – 1983

Leading all time goalscorer,

Harry Lyon – 273

Leading all time Football League goalscorer,

David Lowe – 66

Most goals in a season (Non League) (all competitions),

Harry Lyon – 67

Most goals in a Football League season (all competitions),

Graeme Jones – 33

Most Football League appearances,

Kevin Langley – 317

Most appearances for the club,

Ian Gillibrand – 621

TROPHY HAUL

Cheshire League Champions
1933/34
1934/35
1935/36
1964/65
Cheshire League Cup Winners
1935/36
Edward Case Cup (league runners up)
1965/66
Lancashire Junior Cup Winners
1935/36
1952/53
1953/54
1955/56
1959/60
1965/66
1967/68
1976/77
1977/78
Lancashire Combination Champions
1947/48
1950/51
1952/53
1953/54
Lancashire Combination Cup Winners
1951/52
1952/53
Makerfield Cup Winners
1952/53
1953/54
1954/55
1955/56 (shared with Crompton Recs)
1957/58
Liverpool Non League Senior Cup Winners
1954/55
1957/58 (shared with New Brighton)
1962/63
1964/65
1965/66
1966/67
Lancashire Floodlit Cup Winners
1966/67
1970/71
1972/73
Northern Floodlit League Winners
1966/67
Northern Floodlit League Cup Winners
1966/67
Northern Premier League Champions
1970/71
1974/75
Northern Premier League Cup Winners
1971/72
Northern Premier League Shield Winners
1972/73
1973/74
1975/76
Lancashire Challenge Trophy Winners
1971/72
1973/74
Ashworth Trophy
1973/74
Okells Brewery Trophy Winners
1986/87
Lancashire Cup Winners
1984/85
1991/92
1998/99
Freight Rover Trophy Winners 1984/85
Auto Windscreens Shield Winners 1998/99
Third Division Champions 1996/97

OTHER HONOURS

Elected to the Football League 1978/79
Promoted to the Third Division 1981/82

DW STADIUM,

Biggest victories in every competition,

Football League
6–1 v Stoke City – 2001/02

Football League Cup
4-1 v Scunthorpe United – 2000/01

FA Cup
3-0 v Luton Town – 2002/03
3-0 v Sunderland – 2007/08

Associate Members Cup
3-2 v Oldham Athletic – 2001/02

Highest Football League attendance,

25,133 v Manchester United – 2007/08
(an all time stadium record)

Leading all time goalscorer,

Andy Liddell – 62

Most goals in a Football League season,

Nathan Ellington – 22

Most Football League appearances,

Andy Liddell – 188

Most appearances for the club (all competitiomns),

Andy Liddell – 208

Most Premier League goals for the club,

Henri Camara – 20
Hugo Rodallega – 20 (as at 11th March 2011)

First player to score an International goal whilst at the club,

Jason Roberts

HONOURS

Promoted to the Premier League 2004/05

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