Altrincham FC is an English football club based in Altrincham, Greater Manchester. They currently feature in the Conference National.

Altrincham FC were established in 1891 as Broadheath FC and assumed their current name in 1903. The club didn’t rise to much prominence until the 1960s when they won back-to-back Cheshire League titles and joined the Northern Premier League as founding members in the 1968-1969 season.

Country England England
City Altrincham
Founded 1903
Leagues
Conference National

At the start of the 1979-1980 season Altrincham joined the Alliance Premier League (now known as the Conference) and was one of its founding members. They won the title for the first two seasons.

In 1997 Altrincham were relegated from the top flight of non-league football to the Northern Premier League for the first time in their history. They earned promotion soon but went back down again.

Altrincham have faced multiple relegations this decade and are now in the Conference National.

Altrincham FC play their home matches at Moss Lane that can accommodate 6,085 spectators. They bear the nickname ‘Robins’.