National League β€’ Yorkshire and The Humber


York City Football Club is an association football club, based in York. Founded 101 years ago in 1922, the team currently compete in the National League, the 5th tier of English football.

They play their home matches at York Community Stadium, and are nicknamed "The Minstermen".

The team's playing kit is manufactured by Puma.


York City Football Club was established in 1922 and was elected to the Football League in 1929.

They won promotion six times during their 45-year stay in the Northern Section, with their highest ever League placing being 15th in the Second Division in 1974/75.

They won their first major honour in 1983/84 by becoming the first club in Football League history to reach three figures in the points tally, and achieved promotion back to the Football League through the playoffs in 1992/93.

In 2004 the club dropped down to the Conference, but earned promotion back to the Football League in 2012.

They have suffered relegation twice since then, and will compete in regional non-league football in 2017/18 for the first time since 1929.

City have earned the title of 'giantkillers' over the years and have reached the quarter finals and semi-finals of the FA Cup, as well as the quarter finals of the Football League Cup.

They have also won the FA Trophy twice, in 2011/12 and 2016/17.