After being liquidated in 2008, Nuneaton Borough FC were forced to reform as Nuneaton Town FC and the club has enjoyed a medium of success since then.\r\n\r\nThe club origins date from 1889 when young men from Nuneaton St. Nicolas Parish Church formed a football team to represent the town.\r\n\r\nOriginally playing only friendly games, from 1892 Nuneaton St.Nicolas entered Charity Cup competitions.\r\n\r\nIn September 1894 the ‘Nicks’ changed their name to Nuneaton Town Association F.C.\r\n\r\nEntering the Warwickshire Junior League in 1894/95, it wasn’t until the 1902/03 season that Nuneaton tasted silverware, after they won the Coventry & District League.\r\n\r\nTwo seasons later the club were crowned champions of the Coventry & North Warwickshire League.\r\n\r\nBetween 1933 and 1937 the club entered the Birmingham League but disaster followed.\r\n\r\nOn 13 May 1937 at an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders, it was decided to wind up the football club. This was despite Nuneaton Town being financially sound (having sold their Manor Park ground to Nuneaton Corporation the previous December).\r\n\r\nFollowing the disbandment of ‘the Boro’ by its shareholders, a new group of ‘local gentlemen’ decided to reform the football club.\r\n\r\nThe new name Nuneaton Borough reflected the royal charter status that the town had been granted.\r\n\r\nLike the previous incarnation, success had to wait and it wasn’t until the 1954/55 season when the club won the Birmingham League (North) and were then crowned champions of the Birmingham League (Division One) the following season.\r\n\r\nIt was during this incarnation of the club that the club set their record attendance at Manor Park: 22,114 against Rotherham United in the FA Cup Third Round in 1967.\r\n\r\nIn May 2007, the curtain came down on Manor Park as they drew the last game 1–1 against Vauxhall Motors. Striker Gez Murphy took the honour of being the last Nuneaton Borough scorer at the ground (after scoring a penalty).\r\n\r\nIn the 2007–08 season, ill-health meant that the club’s owner, Ted Stocker, decided to sell his shares. March 2008 saw local businessman Ian Neale planned to take ownership of the club for a trial period.\r\n\r\nFollowing the club’s liquidation, the club reformed, this time as Nuneaton Town. The new club was forced (at the insistence of the FA) to revert to its former name of Nuneaton Town.\r\n\r\nThe 2011–12 season was to see Nuneaton gain promotion back to the Conference Premier for the first time in 10 years.\r\n\r\nThe 2014–15 season saw a number of significant events. The season saw Lee Thorn invest in the club, becoming chairman.\r\n\r\nHis investment also saw the club regain ownership of the stadium. On Monday, 8 September following a poor start to the 2014–15 season, manager Brian Reid was sacked, following a number of poor results and poor performances.\r\n\r\nLiam Daish was appointed manager, but the season still saw the Boro relegated to the newly renamed National League North.\r\n\r\nThe club features a number of quality players including midfielder Elliott Whitehouse, who is regarded by many as one of the better midfielders in the division, seen in his man of the match performance against the Tigers in the fixture at Whaddon Road last season.