Wealdstone FC
Full Name Wealdstone FC de Portugal
Nickname(s) The Stones, The Royals
Founded 2014
Ground Gordon Hill Stadium, Caelum
Capacity 50,000
Chairman Domon Kasshu
Manager Clarence Seedorf
League Fiore Football League
Most Recent Finish 7th, 2014-15

Wealdstone FC de Portugal, in short Wealdstone, is a world football club playing in the Fiore Football League. Like Stockport the club has no relation to its English counterpart, which plays in the sixth division of English football. The chairman is Domon Kasshu, and the manager is Clarence Seedorf.

History Edit

Wealdstone is one of two clubs situated in Caelum, an island which formerly housed the Tower of Heaven. The original manager of the club never showed his face, only spreading false rumours about fellow Caelum club Mermaid Heel's "dirty" habits. This disgusted the Chairman Domon Kasshu and the Wealdstone Raider (who is an ambassador). Clarence Seedorf, out of a job, offered to take charge.

Despite the late start, Wealdstone finished 3rd in the Player Similarity Contest, thereby signing two marquee players.

Wealdstone made a great start to the 2014-15 Fiore Football League, going as high as 3rd. The team even upset Italian giants Inter Milan 5-2 on aggregate, advancing to the EURO Cup group stages. Battling on several fronts soon took its toll on The Stones. They began 2015 by losing 6 of their 8 FFL matches, which effectively ended their League Title challenge. The Stones finished a respectable 7th.

It was a different story though, in Europe. With a perfect record in the group stages, Wealdstone faced Zenit in the Round of 32. Wealdstone built on a thrilling first leg in Russia, in which they scored 4 away goals, to win 5-3 on aggregate. Arsenal FC was next, having finished 3rd in their Champions Cup group. Salomon Kalou's goal at the Gordon Hill Stadium the difference as the Stones won 2-1 over two legs. This set up a Quarter Final with Feyenoord. The Feyenoord fans gave Kalou a standing ovation as he led Wealdstone to victories in both legs. Kalou was equally prolific in the next two encounters, Wealdstone outclassing Young Boys Bern 7-2. This set up an all-FFL Final with Stockport. The Hatters put up a fight, but Saleh Gomaa's 86th minute strike and Kalou's goal 5 minutes into stoppage time saw Wealdstone enter the following season's Champions Cup as EURO Cup winners.

Wealdstone player Salomon Kalou won the FFL Golden Boot and also became the first ever FFL Player Of The Season. Clarence Seedorf was also nominated for the Manager of the Year award, which went to Marc Wilmots of Masr-El Mikasa.


Accurate as of 10 June 2015

No. Name Position(s) Played Country
1 Michel Vorm GK Holland
2 Zainadine Junior D R Mozambique
3 Bob The Builder D, DM LC England
4 Ruud Vormer DM C Holland
5 David Mendes Da Silva D, DM, M C Holland
6 Rio Ferdinand (Vice-captain) D C England
7 Bertrand Traore AM, F RLC Burkina Faso
8 Jonny Howson M, AM C England
9 Hervin Ongenda AM, F C France
10 Alan S C Brazil
11 Salomon Kalou AM, F RLC Ivory Coast
12 Jeroen Zoet GK Holland
13 Suk AM, F C South Korea
14 Kim Andre Madsen D C Norway
15 Chris Smalling D C England
16 James Ward-Prowse (Captain) M RC England
17 Hector Canteros M C Argentina
18 Tomas Martinez AM C Argentina
19 Mustafa Saymak AM RLC Turkey
20 Anas Sharbini AM LC Croatia
21 Sulley Muntari DM, M C Ghana
22 Junior Santos AM C Brazil
23 Pavel Mogilevets DM, M, AM C Russia
24 Ayala DM, M C Colombia
26 John Stones D C England
30 Postman Pat D L England