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Macclesfield Town Football Club was a professional association football club in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, which was wound-up after a High Court ruling on 16 September 2020. Initially known as Macclesfield F.C., the club was formed in 1874 and from 1891 played home games at Moss Rose. It competed in the short-lived Combination league in the 1890–91 season, reforming in the Manchester League at the end of the century. The club won the Manchester League title twice, before becoming ...
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Apr 14, 2021 · Macclesfield Football Club have revealed plans to make improvements to the stadium, including a new community building and changes to the main stand. The club have submitted a planning application to Cheshire East Council, which includes creating a new community hub at Moss Rose that will be used ...
Local businessman Robert Smethurst has purchased the assets of Macclesfield Town, intending to rebrand the club as Macclesfield FC and enter the North West Counties League next season.
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