About Dudley Sports

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All the information about Dudley Sports Football Club.

Nickname: The Piemen

Competing in the West Midlands Premier Division

Club Colours: Green and White Shirts/ Green Shorts/ Green and white hopped socks

Chairman Ashley Forrest

Manager Neil Perks

Assistant Paul Blakeley

Coach Richard Perks


Club Captain Andrew Blakeley

Home Ground: Hillcrest Avenue High Ercal Road Brierley Hill


Club History


Dudley Employees Sports + Social Club was founded in June 1979 from the demise of The Marsh + Baxter's Company.

Over 20 years on people still refer to our club as 'The Old Marsh's Club' and the nick name of the the club "The Piemen" comes from this era.

The football section of our club is very strong with our First team playing in the West Midlands Regional Premier League our new Junior teams playing in the Stourbridge District Youth League and our Youth team playing in the Midweek Floodlight League Western Division we also have a Sunday section playing in the Kidderminster and District Premier League.

Other sporting sections in our club include Bowls, Darts, Runners and Pigeon Flyers, all of who have played a prominent part in our success story over the years.

With our excellent grounds and facilities here at High Ercal we hope the our success will Continue for many years to come.

Before entering the Midland Combination the club played in the Birmingham Works as Marsh + Baxter's for many years.

In the final year they were league champions and winners of the Bass Cup, Prudential Cup and the Paddy Mason Shield.

The club started life in the Midland Combination in Division Two, moving to division one 3 years later and finally gaining promotion to the Premier League in 2002/2003.

This is were were they stayed until moving over to the WMRL in 2005/2006 finishing a creditable 10th in the league in there first season and reaching the Midweek Floodlight semi final before loosing out to Coventry Sphinx 1-2.

They are also twice winners of the Presidents cup in 1989/90 and 2002/3 also winners of the Worcester Junior Cup 1998.

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