AFC Fylde is a professional association football club based in Wesham in the Borough of Fylde, Lancashire, England who currently compete in the National League North, the sixth tier of English football.
Originally known as Kirkham & Wesham following a merger of Kirkham Town and Wesham in 1988, the club adopted its current name in 2008 after winning the FA Vase. In 2007, the club announced the goal of reaching the Conference National by 2017 and the Football League by 2022, the latter objective being printed on club shirts. The club won four promotions between 2007 and 2017 to earn promotion to the fifth tier of English football for the first time ever. The club experienced two play-off campaigns in their first two seasons in the National League, the second saw Fylde miss out on their first promotion to the Football League after losing to Salford City at Wembley Stadium. However, the Coasters returned to Wembley a week after their defeat for the 2019 FA Trophy Final as they managed to beat Leyton Orient. The following season, Fylde returned to the National League North after finishing in 23rd place. They are the first and so far only club to win both the FA Vase and the FA Trophy. The Coasters currently play at Mill Farm in Wesham.
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