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Sports Teams in Longridge
Our sports teams have been quietly successful - not only locally but nationally, too. Click on the name to visit their Web site.
Longridge Gymnastics Club has been awarded Gymmark status from English Gymnastics. The club has also been awarded runners up for the Ribble Valley Community Sports Club of the Year .
The Club povides sessions and activities for children aged 4 all the way through to adulthood. The club have recently moved to their own club premises at The Astra Centre, Roman Way Industrial Estate, Preston.
Founded in 1976 Longridge Hockey club is a small friendly hockey club and has a lot to offer, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player.
The club field 3 ladies teams who play league matches every Saturday from September through to April as well as seven-a-side league fixtures in the summer.
The Club has a junior section which caters for children as young as 7 and a very successful senior section which competes in the North England Womens Hockey League.
The club has England Hockey's ClubFirst certificate which reflects the club's child-friendly and safe coaching environment. The club play their home matches at Longridge Sports & Arts Centre, Preston Road, Longridge.
The club currently run four football teams, two senior teams, a youth team and a veterans team. The three adult teams play in the Preston and District Leagues and the youth teams plays in the Lancashire Evening Post under 18s league.
The club are Charter Standard accredited and are affiliated with the Lancashire Football Association.The senior side of the club run two senior sides and play their football in the West Lancashire Football League.
The club have recently moved to their own ground, The Mike Riding Ground, Inglehwite Road, Longridge which also has a licensed bar.
Longridge Town Juniors Football Club : The junior side of the club run 9 junior teams in a mixture of competitive and non-competitive football. The club play their matches at Mardale Road Playing Fields, Mike Riding Ground, Penwortham Holme, Berry Lane Primary School and kestor Lane Recreation ground.
The club have the FA's Charter Standard Community Award. The club train at Longridge Sports & Arts Centre throughout the week.
Cricket has been played in Longridge since 1856 - which meant their 150th anniversary in 2006.
Longridge Cricket Club has achieved the prestigious Clubmark status. The Cricket Club run seven junior teams and five senior teams. In the last five years the senior teams have 15 winners or runner up titles and all the junior teams now play in the highest divisions in the Lancashire league.