Ramsgate Football Club are a team based in Kent, England. The Rams are currently members of the Isthmian League South East Division and play at the Southwood Stadium.

 

1886 – 1924: Ramsgate founded and folded with local rivals Ramsgate Glenville taking over their Southwood Stadium.

 

1945: Ramsgate Athletic took over Southwood when Ramsgate Glenville decided not to reform after world war II. The club retained the Athletic name until 1972, reverting back to Ramsgate Football Club.

 

1948 – 1949: Kent League Champions and League Cup winners for the first time in the club’s history.

 

1955 – 1956: Best ever FA Cup finish (1st round) losing to Watford. Ramsgate also landed their second Kent League title, seven years after their first.

 

1956 – 1957:Ramsgate wins the Kent League title for a consecutive season, their third in total.

 

1958 – 1961: The Rams become Thames & Medway Combination Eastern Division Champions for three continuous seasons.

 

1959: Collapse of the Kent League. This was the club's best period for nearly 50 years, with three league titles and a run to the first round of the FA Cup. Ramsgate join the Southern League.

 

1960 – 1961: Ramsgate Athletic win their first Kent Senior Shield cup.

 

1963 – 1964: Ramsgate Athletic win their first and only Kent Senior Cup since its existence.

 

1967 – 1969: The Rams win consecutive Kent Senior Shield cups.

 

1972: Ramsgate Athletic becomes Ramsgate FC.

 

1976: After underperforming in the Southern League, Ramsgate FC are forced to resign and join the newly re-formed Kent League.

 

1969 – 1987: Ramsgate FC endure an eighteen-year trophy drought.

 

1987 – 1989: Silverware returns to Southwood. Ramsgate win consecutive Kent Senior Trophy’s.

 

1992 – 1997: Ramsgate FC win the Kent League Cup three years on the bounce, ending a 44-year wait since the last time The Rams were successful in the competition (1949). During this 5-year spell, the club were victorious in the Kent League Charity Shield three times (1994, 1995, 1997).

 

1998 – 1999: The wait is over… Ramsgate FC become Kent League Champions 42 years after their last. The League had collapsed and re-formed in that period. To top off a brilliant season, the club won their third Kent Senior Trophy.

 

2000 – 2001: Ramsgate FC win the Kent League Cup for the fifth time.

 

2004 – 2005: Treble winners! Ramsgate wins the Kent League, Kent League Cup and the Kent League Charity Shield all in one season. Dominance would be an understatement.

 

2005 – 2008: Ramsgate FC become Isthmian League First Division Champions (2006) and League Cup winners (2008).

 

2009 – 2014: The Rams endure their best FA Trophy performances, reaching the third qualifying round on four occasions (2009, 2010, 2013, 2014).

 

2017: Manager Lloyd Blackman takes charge of the club in a bid to take Ramsgate FC back to the top.

 

2018: Lloyd Blackman resigns and Nick Davis takes charge of the club.