Crest of Cheadle Heath Nomads Football Club

Cheadle Heath Nomads

NWCFL Division One South

Cheadle Heath Nomads Football Club, nicknamed “The Nomads,” is a non-league football club based in Cheadle, Cheshire.

Established in 1970, they currently compete in the NWCFL Division One South, which is part of the tenth tier of English football. The team calls The Heath their home ground.

At the time of writing, Paul Fay is the current manager.


Cheadle Heath Nomads, a pivotal part of the Cheadle Heath community in Stockport for over a century, has contributed to the development of notable football talents, including Everton’s Harry Catterick. Established in 1919 post-World War 1, the club was the brainchild of a group of local gentlemen who raised funds to purchase land for a community sports club. The Nomads, central to this vision, began as more than just a football club, providing facilities for cricket, tennis, and ladies’ hockey.

The sports club opened in 1921 with Cheadle Heath Nomads FC as a key component. Originally donning green and yellow quarters, the team later switched to their current claret and blue colors after World War 2. This change marked a new era for the club while maintaining its original spirit and community focus.

Cheadle Heath Nomads has remained a trusteeship since its inception, owning their own land and continuing as a community hub as envisioned by its founders. This enduring legacy highlights the club’s deep-rooted connection to local heritage and its significant role in fostering community sports for over a hundred years.


Current management and coaching staff


Former players and managers elsewhere in the non-league pyramid