Name MarineBadgeUser Rating
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1894 (127 years old)Sport
The Marine Travel Arena
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Crosby, Merseyside, EnglandNicknames
The MarinersCompetitions_No League SoccerFA CupLast Edit
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Marine Football Club is an English football club based in Crosby, Merseyside. The club, which was founded in 1894, is a member of both the Liverpool County and Lancashire County Football Associations, and currently plays in the Northern Premier League Division One North West.Team Members
Marine is notable for having the longest serving manager in post-war English football. Roly Howard occupied the post from 1972 to 2005 and a total of 1,975 games. His final match, in May 2005, was a 1–0 defeat against Everton in the Liverpool Senior Cup final.
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Rossett Park is a football ground in Crosby, Merseyside that has been home to Marine A.F.C. since 1904. It has been called the Marine Travel Arena for sponsorship since 2015.
Marine currently play in the Northern Premier League Division One North West and share the ground with A.F.C. Liverpool in the North West Counties League Division One North. Everton F.C.'s women's club played home matches at Rossett Park from 1998 to 2013.
The ground’s current capacity is 3,185 of which 389 is seated.
Rossett Park has three sides with the primary covered stand, including the modest press area, behind one of the goals. The dugout length of the field is behind residences on Rossett Road. Marine A.F.C.'s supporters association operates a merchandise shop at the ground. Fanart