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Royston Town Football Club (also known as the Crows) are an English football club based in Royston, Hertfordshire, England, and have played their home games at Garden Walk since 1932. Founded in 1875, it is the third oldest club in Hertfordshire, behind Hitchin Town F.C. and Bishop's Stortford F.C. They reached the Fifth Round of the FA Vase in season 2009–10 for the first time in their history and the Fourth Qualifying Round in the FA Cup in 2019-20 losing to Maldon & Tiptree FC in front of a record crowd of 1152 at Garden Walk. The Crows also reached the Quarter Final of the Buildbase FA Trophy in season 2019-20 losing to eventual finalists Concord Rangers. They won the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division in 2011–12, and now play in the Southern League Premier Division Central.

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  • Royston Town FC (celým názvem: Royston Town Football Club) je anglický fotbalový klub, který sídlí ve městě v nemetropolitním hrabství Hertfordshire. Založen byl v roce 1875. Od sezóny 2018/19 hraje v Southern Football League Premier Division Central (7. nejvyšší soutěž). Klubové barvy jsou černá a bílá. Své domácí zápasy odehrává na stadionu Garden Walk s kapacitou 5 000 diváků.
  • Royston Town Football Club (also known as the Crows) are an English football club based in Royston, Hertfordshire, England, and have played their home games at Garden Walk since 1932. Founded in 1875, it is the third oldest club in Hertfordshire, behind Hitchin Town F.C. and Bishop's Stortford F.C. They reached the Fifth Round of the FA Vase in season 2009–10 for the first time in their history and the Fourth Qualifying Round in the FA Cup in 2019-20 losing to Maldon & Tiptree FC in front of a record crowd of 1152 at Garden Walk. The Crows also reached the Quarter Final of the Buildbase FA Trophy in season 2019-20 losing to eventual finalists Concord Rangers. They won the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division in 2011–12, and now play in the Southern League Premier Division Central.
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  • Royston Town
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  • The Crows
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