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Finals Day - This Saturday

There are two finals this coming Saturday, the 4th June 2016:

The 1st XI are playing in the Garrison Cup Final at The Garrison, Eaton Road, Handbridge, Chester CH4 7ER, kick off 2.30pm. 

The Vets are playing against Halkyn Vets in the Sealand Cup Final at The Hollingsworth Group Stadium, Chester Road, Broughton CH4 0DR, kick off 2.30pm. 

A coach is picking up players and supporters alike from The Clubhouse, Liverpool City Centre and The Fox on the Wirral. Please email for details.



Finals Day - 4th June 2016

The Vets beat Croft Vets 6-1 on the 14th May to make it to the Sealnd Cup Finla and set up a Double Final day with the 1st XI, who will play the Garrison Cup Final on the same day. Details to follow soon …


Gwyn Roberts

LRAFC are sad to announce that Gwyn Roberts has passed away after a long illness. He was a regular 1st team player during the 50s and 60s. Gwyn was a very popular Rambler who lined up at centre half with Nick McNay in the 1882-2012 Best Ramblers XI in Jo Russell’s Complete History of the club. 


“Absolute class. One of the best players to ever wear a Ramblers shirt.” Dick Harper




Easter Festival 2016

Congratultaions to Old Bolts FC, who won the 61st Liverpool Ramblers’ Easter Festival this year. Below are some photos of the winners, together with the Ramblers Vets lining up with Merchant Taylors Old Boys. 






Buckley Wickham

Liverpool Ramblers are sad to announce the death of Buckley Wickham, a very popular member of the club. 


Sean Duncan remembers him thus: “Buckley was a great Rambler and marvellous company. A vital and popular member when the Club was at its best.” 

Dick Harper said: “How sad. Another one of my era gone. Buckley would never have been in  a list of outstanding players but what a good lad. He had a wonderful sense of humour and was a stalwart of the club and until poor health stopped him he was a regular at club functions. An ardent LFC supporter, he always used to remind me (quite wrongly) that I was partly responsible for Liverpool buying Ian Rush from Chester. Our sympathies must go out to Penny.”


The funeral is at noon on the 18th January 2016 at St Michael’s Church, Church Lane, Aughton, Ormskirk L39 6SB.

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