The Club

Rams LogoRamsgate Football Club is based in East Kent, the earliest incarnation of which (Ramsgate Town) was formed about 1886, whilst the current Club reformed in 1945 after the 2nd World War (as Ramsgate Athletic – although the Athletic was dropped in 1972).

Ramsgate played in the original Kent League from their formation until the collapse of the league in 1959. The 1950s was the Club’s best period for many years, with two consecutive league titles, several county cups, and a run to the first round proper of the FA Cup. With the collapse of the Kent League the Rams migrated to the Southern League, where they initially did well but were forced to drop down to the re-formed Kent League in 1976.

Performances improved in 1988 but, despite winning the league and several cups, Ramsgate did not apply for promotion until 2004 when the Club achieved two consecutive championships (Kent League Premier Division and Isthmian League First Division). In 2005/06 they again reached the 1st round proper of the FA Cup, equalling the record from 50 years earlier, and in 2006/07 they found themselves playing in the Premier Division. Ramsgate had a very good first season in the Isthmian League Premier Division, and in the following year won the League Cup and finished in 5th place to reach the play-offs, although they were beaten 2-1 in the semi-final by Staines Town. The 3rd season in the Premier Division did not go so well, with Ramsgate moving back down to the Isthmian First Division in 2009/10. In 2010/11 the 1st team were chasing the play-off positions up to the last week of the season, but in 2011/12 another mid-table finish was achieved. Away from the 1st team four of the Club’s youth teams were crowned champions, while the ladies’ side won their divisional cup and also achieved promotion.

For 2012/13 Ramsgate again had a Reserve team in the Kent Football League, and added new senior sides added in the Kent County League and Thanet & District Saturday League, to provide the players produced by the Club as many outlets as possible. The Ladies’ team were promoted in the South East Counties Women’s League, while the Club entered a team in the Ryman Youth League and the new Kent Youth League Premier Division, in addition to the regional teams in all 5 age groups in the Kent Youth League, 9 teams in the East Kent Youth League, and 3 mini-soccer teams in the Faversham & District Friendly Series. This proved to be too much for the Club’s structure and in 2013/14 senior football was amended to a 1st Team and a 2nd XI playing in the new Ryman Under 21 League, in addition to the extensive youth development programme with 14 youth teams and, for 2014/15, a new academy with full-time apprentices.

The Club, which is an FA Charter Standard Club, also has an active community programme including holiday soccer schools, junior academy soccer skills training, and in-school coaching.

Club Officials for 2014/15:

Director (Governance) & Secretary:
Director (Business Development):
Director (Commercial):
Director (Finance):
Stadium & Safety:
1st Team Manager:
1st Team Assistant Manager:
1st Team Coach:
1st Team Physio:
Goalkeeping Coach:
Under 21s Manager:
Under 21s Physio:
Head of Player Development/Youth Coaching:
KYL U18 Premier Manager:
KYL U18 Premier Coach:
KYL U18 South Manager:
KYL U18 South Coach:
KYL U15 South Manager:
KYL U15 South Asst Manager:
KYL U15 South Coach:
KYL U14 South Joint-Manager:
KYL U14 South Joint-Manager:
KYL U13 South Manager:
KYL U13 South Coach:
EKYL U12s Joint-Manager:
EKYL U12s Joint-Manager:
EKYL U12 Colts Manager:
EKYL U12 Colts Coach:
EKYL U11s Manager:
EKYL U10s Manager:
EKYL U10s Asst Manager:
EKYL U10 Colts Manager:
EKYL U10 Colts Asst Manager:
EKYL U10 Colts Coach:
FFL U9s Manager:
FFL U9s Asst Manager:
FFL U8s Manager:
FFL U7s Manager:
FFL U7s Asst Manager:
Lord Pendry
Phil Fennell
Edward Lucas
Tony Elliott
Vic Todd
David Butler
Cindy Roddam
John Vahid
Martin Jefferys
Dean Hill
Richard Langley
Steve King
Joe Meadowcroft
Joe Radford
Liam Taylor
Micky West
Paul Murray
Mark Munday
John Munday
Paul Meade
Stuart McAteer
James Read
Scott Roberts
Keith Chilvers
Mark Warren
Malcolm Cook
Christian Miles
Patrick Jarman
Gary Smith
Iain Stead
Tom Bridgeland
Chris Head
Paul Lamb
Paul Matthews
Darren Liddard
Stracey Sains
Rob Jenkin
Josh McAteer
Martin Fennell
Richard Vickery
David Morgan
Kevin Hollow
Mick Cassar



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  • Tom Chapman (43%, 3 Votes)
  • Jamie Taylor (14%, 1 Votes)
  • Ira Jackson (14%, 1 Votes)
  • Calum McGeehan (14%, 1 Votes)
  • Curtis Robinson (14%, 1 Votes)
  • Luke Wheatley (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Aaron Quain (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Macca Murray (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Jim Sherman (c) (0%, 0 Votes)
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  • Tom Hickman (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Josh Woolley (0%, 0 Votes)
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