Stockport County Football Club was originally established in 1883 as Heaton Norris Rovers, in 1890 the name was changed to Stockport County to reflect the town gaining County Borough status.
Hat making was an established industry in north Cheshire & south-east Lancashire by the 16th century. By the late 19th century Stockport had become a national centre for the trade, and by 1900 County’s nickname of ‘The Hatters’ had become synonymous with the club.
If you are in Stockport and thinking of visiting our town’s football club then the Wycliffe’s location is simply unbeatable. Located just a short five minute walk from the ground itself and boasting a large sixty four space car park, which is free of charge to all customers of the Wycliffe, in addition to complimentary fibre optic Wi-Fi and free breakfast with all hotel reservations.
To find out more about Stockport County Football Club, their fixtures and recent results please visit www.stockportcounty.com