Nicknamed the 'Red Devils' Crawley Town play their home matches at the Broadfield Stadium, Crawley which holds just under 6,000 people. Crawley Town are based in West Sussex, England and they historically made the League One after they beat Accrington Stanley 1-0 on the final day of the season and they were first promoted to the Football Conference in 2004.
The club survived a financial crisis to win promotion to the Football League in the 2010-11 season and in the same year they reached the fifth round of the FA Cup where they lost to Manchester United. Crawley Town wear red and white home shirts which are supplied by German brand Puma who have produced their kits for over two seasons.
League Two outfit Crawley Town have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2015-16 season [...]
League One outfit Crawley Town have officially launched their new home kit for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by Puma, the new Crawley Town home shirt reveals their traditional red colour along with white trim on the shoulders and sleeve hems [...]
Conference National Champions Crawley Town have announced a new six-figure sponsorship deal with the UK's leading parcel and carrier manager - Global Freight Solutions (GFS). Crawley Town won the 2010/11 Conference National title after gaining 105 points from 46 matches, 15 points clear off r [...]
The club's recent honours include 2011-12 Football League Two promotion, 2010-11 Conference National Champions and 2003-04 Southern League Champions.
The club were formed in 1896 after they became founding members of the West Susses Football League that year.