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Shepshed Dynamo

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United Counties Premier Division


Another club who have changed their name after internal problems, originally playing as Shepshed Charterhouse, the Leicestershire club enjoyed a wonderful spell in the late seventies. They won their County League for three consecutive years and then became the first champions of the newly formed Northern Counties East in 1982.

This fine run continued in The Southern league where their spectacular rise up the non-league ladder saw them promoted into The Premier Division in 1983 as Runners-up in The Midland Division.

The club didn’t find Premier football easy however and a move across to The Northern Premier league in 1988 brought even more difficult battles on and off the field. The town were represented by Shepshed Albion but two relegations had been suffered. So it wasn’t until Shepshed Dynamo were accepted as founder members of The Midland Football Alliance in 1994, that football supporters in the town felt some consolidation was possible.

Their second season in the new Alliance saw a Shepshed club back in The Southern League, where it failed to finish higher than tenth in seven years. A move across to The Northern Premier League didn’t make much difference and sadly, after nine difficult campaigns, the club dropped down to The United Counties League, where their first finish in 9th place was their highest in seventeen years.


Club Factfile

Previous Name(s):
Shepshed Albion, Shepshed Charterhouse until 1994
The Dovecote, Butt Hole Lane, Shepshed, Leicestershire LE12 9BN
01509 650 992
Record Attendance:
2,500 v Leicester City Friendly 1996-1997
Most Recent Senior Honour:
Leicestershire Senior Cup

Club History

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as Shepshed Charterhouse
 1978-1979Leicestershire Senior League1st
 1979-1980Leicestershire Senior League1st
 1980-1981Leicestershire Senior League1st
 1981-1982Northern Counties East Premier Division1stFrank Wignall
1982-1983Southern League Midland Division2ndIan Storey-Moore
1983-1984Southern League Premier Division10thGeoff Blockley
1984-1985Southern League Premier Division7thGeoff Blockley
1985-1986Southern League Premier Division11thEvan Sutherland
1986-1987Southern League Premier Division11thSteve Powell
1987-1988Southern League Premier Division13thSteve Powell
1988-1989Northern Premier League 18thJohn Sheridan
1989-1990Northern Premier League 20th
1990-1991Northern Premier League21stArthur Chadburn & Mike McFarlane
1991-1992Northern Premier League22ndArthur Chadburn & Mike McFarlane
as Shepshed Albion
1992-1993Northern Premier League Division One19thJohn Martin
1993-1994Midland Football Combination Premier Division4thBill Fossey
as Shepshed Dynamo
1994-1995Midland Football Alliance5th
 1995-1996Midland Football Alliance1st
1996-1997Southern League Midland Division12th
1997-1998Southern League Midland Division16thJohn Hanna
1998-1999Southern League Midland Division10thJohn Hanna
1999-2000Southern League Midland Division18thJohn Hanna
2000-2001Southern League Western Division15thDave Williams
2001-2002Southern League Western Division16thDave Williams
2002-2003Southern League Western Division21stDave Williams
2003-2004Northern Premier League Division One South15thPeter McGurck
2004-2005Northern Premier League Division One South15thPeter McGurck
2005-2006Northern Premier League Division One South10thPeter McGurck
2006-2007Northern Premier League Division One South20thPeter McGurck
2007-2008Northern Premier League Division One South17thMartin Rowe
2008-2009Northern Premier League Division One South21stJohn Ramshaw
2009-2010Northern Premier League Division One South17thBarry Baker
2010-2011Northern Premier League Division One South21stChris White
2011-2012Northern Premier League Division One South22ndJohn Ramshaw
2012-2013United Counties Premier Division9thChris White
2013-2014United Counties Premier Division

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