CRAWLEY TOWN

Manager: Steve Evans
Stadium: Broadfield Stadium
Capacity: 4,996
Nickname: The Red Devils

History: Crawley adopted professional status in 1962. over the next 20 years they played in the Southern League First Division then the Southern League Premier Division before reaching the Conference in 2005. In their first season, they finished as the highest placed part-time club in the league. However since then, Crawley have lingered in the bottom half of table each season and have survived relegation. But this season they have gone from strength to strength and now find themselves pushing for promotion.

Key Player- Charles Ademeno Charles has been exceptional this season for Crawley and there is speculation that he won’t remain at Crawley for too much longer after interest from several league clubs. Charles started his career with Southend United and joined Crawley after he impressed while on loan at Salisbury last year.

Final League Position: 7th
Crawley had a fantastic season under Steve Evans but although they made a late push towards the play-offs, they fell short. The fans will hope for better next season.

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