Looking Back: Come on The Cobblers!

It's not easy being a football fan, however, the pain of defeat can be forgotten in the pleasure of victory.

Thursday, 11th April 2019, 6:14 pm
Updated Thursday, 11th April 2019, 6:17 pm
Finishing eighth in Division Three the Cobblers squad on April 17, 1962, with manager Dave Bowen second right

From the days at the County Ground with the open terraces to the all-seater luxury of Sixfields (now the PTS Academy) Stadium, Northampton Town Football Club maintains its place in the hearts of fans and the community. These highs and lows, trials and tribulations all go hand-in-hand when supporting your team.

Finishing eighth in Division Three the Cobblers squad on April 17, 1962, with manager Dave Bowen second right
Cobblers supporters toasting the clubs promotion out of the Second Division in 196465, at a dance on May 24, 1965

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The Cobblers v Walsall on March 9, 1968 Northampton Town won the Division Three match 3-0
Away at Luton Town FC, Third Division Cobblers lose 2-1 on September 13, 1961, in the League Cup
After their summer break and back in Division Four, Cobblers players get back in training on July 28, 1958
Ex-Northampton Town FC players Albert Facer and Percy Johnson visit the County Ground in 1981
All aboard! Cobblers supporters leave Northamptons Castle Station for Tooting, December 6, 1958
Fans watch the 1-1 draw between the Cobblers and Tranmere Rovers at Sixfields Stadium, March 7, 2009
Cobblers fans leaving Sixfields for Anfield to watch their team beat Liverpool in the Carling Cup in September 2010