Home to Wealdstone Football Club who ply their trade in the National South. Formed in 1899, the club has seen very little silverware, the last piece won was back in 1985 when the club won the National League to achieve promotion to the then named Fourth Division, alongside the FA Trophy win. Since then a rapid decline saw the club drop to the English Southern League and to fast forward, promotion was achieved in 2014 to allow the club to regain their National South status.
Welcome to Grosvenor Vale
The idea of the save was to build a side up from the lowest playable league to Premier League champions and onwards. A fellow FM Scout member, CoreyE decided to do something similar so we find ourselves challenging to see who can lead the club to the promise land first. I tend to manage in the National North more often than not, so I decided I would change and try a Southern side. I had two options in mind, obviously Wealdstone and Bath City, so why Wealdstone you ask? The below video explains.
This video features the famous 'Wealdstone Raider' also known as Gordon Hill, who is an avid Wealdstone fan and this makes the side stand out in my eyes. This story/save will go alongside the Colchester one, in which as I write this has been voted April's Story of the Month, so I thank you lads so much for that, so there's no need to panic as that will continue. To finalise, the manager will be revealed within the next few updates, below is just a brief overview of the club.
General InformationName: Wealdstone Football Club
Nickname: The Stones
Year Founded: 1899
Stadium: Grosvenor Vale
Chairman: Peter Marsden
2015/16 Finish: 13th