Warrington Town Football Club is an association football club, based in Warrington. Founded 74 years ago in 1949, the team currently compete in the Northern Premier League, the 7th tier of English football.
They play their home matches at Cantilever Park, and are nicknamed "The Yellows".
The team's playing kit is manufactured by Macron and is made of environmentally-friendly yarn, certified by Global Recycled Standard.
Warrington Town was formed in 1949 and competed in the Warrington and District League until 1953, when they moved to the Mid Cheshire League.
The club won the league in 1959-60 plus the League Cup in three consecutive seasons during the 1950s.
In 1978, they were founder members of Division Two of the Cheshire County League.
They were promoted to Division One of the Northern Premier League in 1989-90, and reached the quarter-finals of the FA Trophy in 1992-93.
The club were relegated back to Division One of the North West Counties League in 1996-97, before winning Division Two and earning promotion back to Division One in 2000.
In 2013-14 they reached the promotion play-offs, and in 2014-15 they reached the first round proper of the FA Cup for the first time in their history, beating League Two side Exeter City 1-0.
They also won the Northern Premier League Challenge Cup (now called Doodson Sport Cup) at Edgeley Park on penalties after a scoreless final against Farsley Celtic.
In 2015-16 they won Division One North and earned promotion to the Northern Premier League Premier Division.
In 2017-18 they finished 10th in their first season at this level.