Weatherfield County FC is the local football team in Weatherfield that was formed in 1887. Their home ground is called The King's Robes Arena after the clothing company of the same name who entered into a sponsorship deal.

David Barlow signed for the club as an amateur player in March 1961. He scored on his début and was selected for the first team six weeks later. David left the club in June when a Second Division London club signed him for £1,000.

In 1971, Dave Smith served on the club's board of directors, but did not have a controlling share. Both Irma Barlow and Bet Lynch had affairs with player Eddie Duncan and their partying affected Eddie's playing, much to the displeasure of the menfolk of the Coronation Street.

In May 2015 the club made headlines in the press when they suddenly sacked their manager Mr McGilligan.

In September 2017, Kirk Sutherland gained the coveted role of appearing at games in the costume of the club's mascot: Buzzer-the-bee.

In September 2019, Emma Brooker placed the ashes of her departed "father" John under the pitch.

Their current sponsors are the Weatherfield Gazette.


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