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MRC Ewell

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Full name
Founded
21st July 1949 (Professional 1st April 2009)
Stadium
Churchfield Lane (Capacity: 7.000)
Chairman
22px Graham Klaka
Manager
22px Sam Holden
League
Coaches
22px Nicholas Wilson

22px Charlie Whitbread

22px Paul Jones

22px Steve Brooke

22px Rob Beecham
22px Mike Maxwell
Sponsor
home and away kit
Mrckit


MRC Ewell Football Club, is an English professional football club based in Ewell, Surrey, which currently plays in 7.Division, Group 436. Commonly referred to as The Motor, the club's home stadium is Churchfield Lane.

The club's Latin motto is Quis nos operor in vita, Refero in infinitio (lit: "What we do in life, echo's in eternity"), and its emblem is a bull and a stallion upon a football. The club was founded as an amateur club in 1949 and turned professional in 2009.

HistoryEdit

The club was founded in 1949 by Graham Klaka and Christopher Eades. The Motor started life in the Kingston & District League where they played until 1999. Between 1999 and 2009 MRC Ewell played in semi professional, until finally gaining promotion to 7. Division, Group 436. In MRC Ewell's very first season of professional football, the Motor finished 2nd in 7. Division, Group 436, gaining promotion in which was marked as a highly successful season.

The club's current manager is former player Sam Holden, who has been manager for 5 years and with the club since 1990. Season 15 saw Holden lead the club to 2nd place in there first season of professional football.

Current SquadEdit

Number Nationality Player Position
Goalkeeper
1 File:En.png Jeremy Clarke GK
12 File:En.png Mike Rutherford GK
25 File:En.png Clark Sloane GK
Defenders
3 File:En.png Paul Williams DC
20 File:En.png Danny North DR
21 File:En.png Edgar Potter DL
22 File:En.png Les Powell DL
23 File:En.png Danny Nunn DCR
26 SWI-DU Thiesson Bukovski DC
35 File:En.png Ashford Sexton DR
Midfielders
2 File:En.png Mark Croft DML
4 File:En.png Maurice Clarke D/DML
5 File:En.png Tim Phillips DMR
6 File:En.png Tony Beecham DM/MR
7 File:En.png James Turner MC
8 File:En.png Stuart Scott DMC
13 File:En.png Ben Cole MC
14 File:En.png Lindsey Davis OMCR
15 File:En.png William Tyler D/DMC
16 File:En.png Harvey Hereford DMR
17 File:En.png Ben Rawlings MC
18 File:En.png Erwin Rawings OMC
19 File:En.png John Wallace MC
27 File:It.png Gabriele Vailatti OML
28 File:Us.png Landry Pärson OMR
30 File:Es.png Miguel Lago DM/ML
34 File:En.png Tony Oates OMC
36 File:Fr.png Sylvestre Rousseau M/OMC
37 COL-DU Victor Núñez OM/LC
Strikers
10 File:En.png Alfie Sheffield OMR/F
1 File:En.png Edmund Bellamy F
9 File:En.png Matthew Davies F
29 File:It.png Andrea Gallo F
31 File:Eg.png Abdul Rahman El-Quabbany F
32 File:En.png Andrew Bridge OML/F
33 File:En.png Stu Jerome F

StadiumEdit

Churchfield

The Sir Francis Harding Stand

MRC Ewell moved to there new ground, Churchfield Lane, Chessington, Surrey, in July 1951. Prior to this they played there home games at Wimbledon Commons Extensions, Raynes Park. In 1962 MRC Ewell raised enough money to buy the freehold land and a section of Churchfield Recreation Ground, as it was then known, was purchased from the Royal Borough of Kingston Council for a price of £25,000 in 1962. In that same year the Buckingham Arms Public House and Members Club was built at the site.

In 1965, a small covered stand, with a capacity for 300 standing spectators was built on the west side of the ground, which was named the Sir Francis Harding Stand. The East Stand was built in 1999 and the Sir Francis Harding Stand was redeveloped making it all seating. By 2005 both stands were developed to seat a total of 6,000 spectators.

Prior to the 2009 season, the north-west stand and the south-west stand were constructed adding a further 1,000 seats. Plans are currently on the drawing board for the Sir Francis Harding Stand to be improved and enlarged, which the board have confirmed will go ahead if promotion is gained. The current capacity of Churchfield Lane is 7,000.

BadgeEdit

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The MRC Ewell crest features a stallion and a bull on a green and yellow background. The lower part of the shield consists of blue and white bars which represents the springs of Ewell. In 1966 a football was added to the crest.

KitEdit

The first MRC Ewell kit was yellow shirt and shorts, with green socks. In 1953 the club switched to the yellow shirts and green shorts which they are now well known for wearing. Yellow and green have remained as the club's basic colours ever since. The current sponsor of MRC Ewell, is Y-Com.

Transfer HistoryEdit

Players InEdit

Player From Fee Date
Season 15
COL-DU Victor Núñez COL-DU Patrulleros 6.3m 09/06/2009
File:Fr.png Sylvestre Rousseau File:Fr.png Deleuzian Rhizome 2.4m 09/06/2009
File:En.png Ashford Sexton File:En.png The Goonies 525.3k 08/06/2009
File:En.png Tony Oates DEN-DU CF Emanon 1.9m 08/06/2009
File:Eg.png Abdul Rahman El-Quabbany File:Eg.png Ahlyawy 736.6k 31/05/2009
File:Es.png Miguel Lago File:It.png Tibur Superbum 3m 28/05/2009
File:Us.png Landry Pärson File:It.png spal1907 758.5k 26/05/2009
File:It.png Andrea Gallo File:Es.png HARLEM UNITED F.C 2.1m 26/05/2009
File:It.png Gabriele Vailatti File:It.png FC MAGENTA 1.1m 26/05/2009
SWI-DU Thiesson Bukovski File:Cz.png sk olesna 674k 26/05/2009



Players OutEdit

Player To Fee Date
Season 15
File:En.png Harvey Hereford File:En.png Candle21428 1.1m 15/06/2009

Fixture HistoryEdit

LeagueEdit

Division 7, Group 436 (Season 15)Edit

Date Venue Attendance Home Team Away Team Score Scorer(s)
08/05/09 Churchfield Lane 5995 MRC Ewell Liverpool 2-0 E. Bellamy, M. Davies
10/05/09 Iver Heath Stadium 5998 Iver Heath Rovers MRC Ewell 0-0 -
13/05/09 Churchfield Lane 5994 MRC Ewell Scousers Red Army 1-1 E. Bellamy
15/05/09 Churchfield Lane 5982 MRC Ewell Ruff Ridaz 2-1 J. Wallace, E. Bellamy
17/05/09 Chelsea Stadium 5987 Chelsea FC MRC Ewell 2-0 -
20/05/09 Churchfield Lane 5990 MRC Ewell Darwen FC 0-1 -
22/05/09 JN Stadium 5975 JN Lions FC MRC Ewell 0-0 -
24/05/09 Churchfield Lane 5998 MRC Ewell Same Same 0-1 -
27/05/09 Lomma Stadium 5996 Lomma Tokeri MRC Ewell 0-2 J. Turner (2)
29/05/09 Thaipro Stadium 5995 Thaipro MRC Ewell 0-3 J. Turner, A. Gallo, E. Bellamy
31/05/09 Churchfield Lane 6991 MRC Ewell Team Cojoss 2-0 E. Rawlings (2)
03/06/09 Jomas Stadium 5985 Jomas FC MRC Ewell 1-2 A. El-Quabbany (2)
05/06/09 Churchfield Lane 6973 MRC Ewell Spartan FC 2-2 T. Beecham, J. Turner
07/06/09 Old Jordan 6678 Manj9 MRC Ewell 1-1 A. Sheffield
10/06/09 Churchfield Lane 6993 MRC Ewell Ajax 2-0 J. Turner, A. Gallo
12/06/09 Saint's Den 5992 St Day MRC Ewell 0-3 J. Turner, V. Núñez (2)
14/06/09 Churchfield Lane 6978 MRC Ewell Manchester United 1-0 E. Bellamy
17/06/09 Stadium Leverboool 5993 Liverpool MRC Ewell 0-2 M. Croft, T. Beecham

CupEdit

FriendliesEdit

Date Venue Attendance Home Team Away Team Score Scorer(s)
28/05/09 Churchfield Lane 451 MRC Ewell File:En.png Rakbladens IF SWE-DU 0-0 -
04/06/09 Coliseum Caminero 726 Caminos Q SPA-DU MRC Ewell File:En.png 4-2 T. Beecham (2)
11/06/09 Stadium of Tinch 542 Young Guns AUS-DU MRC Ewell File:En.png 0-2 J. Turner, E. Bellamy
18/06/09 Trashbat Arena 514 FC Olimpic SPT File:En.png MRC Ewell File:En.png 4-2 S. Rousseau (2)

OtherEdit

Torneio Cidade De Olhão 2009Edit

Date Venue Attendance Home Team Away Team Score Scorer(s)
02/06/09 Marieholm Stadion 534 Marieholm BK. SWE-DU MRC Ewell File:En.png 0-2 J. Turner (2)
09/06/09 Churchfield Lane 513 MRC Ewell File:En.png Illuminati POR-DU 1-0 A. Gallo
16/06/09 Blackwater Park 981 Fluisterwoud HOL-DU MRC Ewell File:En.png 1-0 -

Player StatisticsEdit

Season 15Edit

Position Player Played Goal Assists Cards MOM's
GK Clark Sloane 17 0 3 0 0
GK Mike Rutherford 2 0 0 0 0
GK Jeremy Clarke 0 0 0 0 0
DC Paul Williams 15 0 1 4 0
DC Thiesson Bukovski 10 0 0 3 1
DR Danny North 14 0 1 4 0
DR Harry Stevenson 3 1 0 0 0
DR Ashford Sexton 4 0 0 1 0
DL Les Powell 12 0 0 0 0
DCR Danny Nunn 8 0 0 1 1
DMR Harvey Hereford 10 0 2 1 1
D/DML Maurice Clarke 2 0 0 0 0
D/DMC William Tyler 7 0 0 2 0
DML Mark Croft 13 1 6 2 0
DML Tim Phillips 0 0 0 0 0
DMR Tony Beecham 10 2 1 1 0
DMC Stuart Scott 0 0 0 0 0
DML Addy Hornby 0 0 0 0 0
DM/ML Miguel Lago 1 0 0 0 0
MC Ben Cole 8 0 0 0 0
MC Ben Rawlings 8 0 0 1 0
MC John Wallace 8 1 0 1 0
MC James Turner 15 6 0 3 2
M/OMC Sylvestre Rousseau 4 0 2 0 0
OMC Tony Oates 0 0 0 0 0
OMLC Victor Núñez 4 2 0 2 0
OML Gabriele Vailatti 0 0 0 0 0
OMR Landry Pärson 4 0 2 0 0
OMCR Lindsey Davies 0 0 0 0 0
OML/F Andrew Bridge 0 0 0 0 0
OMC Erin Rawlings 5 2 0 1 0
OMR/F Alfie Sheffield 5 1 2 1 2
F Matthew Davies 8 1 1 0 0
F Edmund Bellamy 14 5 1 3 1
F Andrea Gallo 8 2 2 0 2
F Abdul Rahman El-Quabbany 6 2 0 0 1
F Stu Jerome 0 0 0 0 0

Club RecordsEdit

  • Record Attendance: 6,991 v Ajax, 7 Division, Group 436, 10 Jun 2009
  • Record Cup Victory: -
  • Record Cup Defeat: -
  • Record League Victory: 3-0 v Thaipro, 7 Division, Group 436, 29 May 2009
  • Record League Defeat: 0-2 v Chelsea FC, 7 Division, Group 436, 17 May 2009
  • Most League Points (3 for a win): 51 Season 15
  • Most League Goals: 25 Season 15
  • Most League Goals in Total: 6 James Turner
  • Most Goals in a season: 6 James Turner, Season 15
  • Most League Appearances: 18 Clark Sloane, Season 15
  • Most Appearances: 18 Clark Sloane, Season 15
  • Youngest first team player: John Wallace, 20 years, 6 months against Liverpool, 8 May 2009
  • Oldest first team player: Thiesson Bukovski, 35 years, 7 months against Lomma Tokeri, 27 May, 2009
  • Transfer Record (Received): £1m from Candle for Harvey Hereford, 15 June 2009
  • Transfer Record (Paid): £6.3m to Patrulleros for Victor Núñez, 9 June 2009

Season Total AttendancesEdit

Season 15Edit

  • Total Home League Match Attendances: 57,894
  • Average Home Attendance: 6,432

AwardsEdit

Season 15Edit

  • Managers Player of the Season: Thiesson Bukovski
  • Players Player of the Season: Andrea Gallo
  • Fans Player of the Season: James Turner