Sacre Coeur Former Pupils Football Club
Sacre Coeur History and Hounours
The former students of Sacred Heart High School,Crosby, came together in 1987 and took the French version of their name because a team already existed called Sacred Heart affliated to the LCFA.
Sacre Coeur began with two sides in the 5th and 6th Divisons of the Liverpool Old Boys League, playing all their home matches at Chaffers Playing Fields, Waterloo. By the end of the 1987/88 season the First Team had won Division Five,denied a perfect record only by a 3-all draw at Liverpool Technical Students, when a crash resulted in only eight players taking part. The team also won the Grimshaw Cup.
The Second XI just missed out on honours, finishing runners-up in both the League and Cup.
In the following season a third team was formed and the First XI completed another League and Cup double in the Third Division. The Second Team finished third in Division Five and the newly formed side finished fourth in Divison Six and had the distinction of winning the Tom Slade Fair Play Trophy.
Season 1989/90 was Sacre Coeur's first season without a trophy, with the Under-21 team losing in the Final of the Junior Shield in the Old Boys League.
Sacre Coeur applied to the I Zingari League for the following season gaining a place in Divison Two. The success of the club at this stage saw the formation of a Fourth Team, retaining three teams in the Liverpool Old Boys League. By this time Sacre Coeur had started to play their home games at the Civil Service Ground in Thornton and Buckley Hill Playing Field.
A vacancy became available in the I Zingari Combination and the clubs second team gained a place in Division Two for season 1991/92, surpassing expectations and finishing fifth. By the following season a fifth team was formed giving the club three teams again in the Liverpool Old Boys League, winning the Grimshaw Cup in 1993/94 and the Bushell Cup in 1994/95. A sixth team followed in season 1994/95.
The season 1995/96 saw the start of a successful couple of seasons for the club.This season saw the First XI win the I Zingari League Division Two and lose out in the I Zingari League Challenge Cup Final, the game being played at Goodison Park to celebrate the I Zingari Leagues Centenary. With the second team winning the I Zingari Combination Division Two, our first trophy in the Combination. The club also won the Tom Slade Fair Play Award in the Old Boys League.
Season 1996/97 proved to be another successful one with the First XI winning the I Zingari League Division One and Roy Wade Trophy. It was also a season of stability for 2nd XI in the I Zingari Combination Division One with the 2nd XI finishing mid-table. The following season proved to be one where Sacre Coeur established themselves in top Division in both I Zingari League and Combination.
The 2000/2001 season was a poor season for Sacre Coeur with the First XI suffering relegation from the I Zingari League Premier Division. In the Combination the 2nd XI where relegated for Division One and the 3rd XI finishing eighth in Division Three.
In season 2001/2002, after relegation from Division One in the I Zingari Combination the 2nd team had a mixed season in the league but excelled in the Division Two Trophy Competition winning the Trophy defeating Marconi on the way to a final meeting with Manweb. A tense final resulting in a 2-1 victory. The third team after poor early season League form, which was turned on its head in the I Zingari Combination Division Three Alliance Cup, eventually losing narrowly 2-3 in the final to Birchfield.
When the I Zingari Combination decided to form a Third Division for season 1997/98 we as a club we where delighted to become members of this new division. This meant that the club had three teams competing in I Zingari football, with two in the Combination. The following seasons provided no success in the I Zingari League or Combination the clubs success being in the Liverpool Old Boys League Junior Shield in 1997/98 and the Division Four Championship in season 1999/00. The end of the 1999/00 season saw the club decided to drop two of the six teams, deciding too retain the First XI in the I Zingari League, with the 2nd and 3rd XI's in the I Zngari Combination and the 4th XI in the Liverpool Old Boys League.
Since the clubs formation in 1987 two players have become 'stalwarts' of the club, having played in every season and amassing over 450 games each they are Andrew Rannard and Paul Flanagan (current Hon. Secretary). Other notable achievements have seen Michael Kennedy club leading scorer with over 300 goals at an average just short of one per game.
Honours
1987 - 1988
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Division Five Champions and Grimshaw Cup Winners (First Team)
Division Six Runners-Up and Downing Cup Runners-Up (Second Team)
1988 - 1989
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Division 3 Champions and Connerty Cup Winners (First Team)
Tom Slade Fair Play Trophy Winners (Third Team Division 6)
1989 - 1990
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Junior Shield Runners-Up
1990 - 1991
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Division Three Runners-Up  (Second Team)
Junior Shield Runners-Up
1993 - 1994
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Grimshaw Cup Winners (Fourth Team)
1994 - 1995
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Division Three Runners-Up (Third Team)
Division Four Runners-Up (Fourth Team)
Bushell Cup Winners (Fourth Team)
Division Five Runners-Up (Fifth Team)
1995 - 1996
I Zingari Football League
Division Two Winners (First Team)
Challenge Cup Runners-Up (First Team)

I Zingari Football Combination
Division Two Winners (Second Team)

Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Tom Slade Fair Play Trophy Winners (Club)
1996 - 1997
I Zingari Football League
Division One Winners (First Team)
Roy Wade Memorial Trophy Winners (First Team)
1997 - 1998
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Junior Shield Winners
1999 - 2000
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Division Five Winners (Fifth Team)
2001 - 2002
I Zingari Football Combination
I Zingari Football Combination Trophy Winners (Second Team)
I Zingari Football Combination Alliance Trophy Runners-Up (Third Team)
2004 - 2005
I Zingari Football Combination
I Zingari Football Combination Alliance Cup Runners-Up (Second Team)

Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Bushell Cup Winners (Third Team)
Division Four Runners-Up (Third Team)
2005 - 2006
I Zingari Football Combination
I Zingari Football Combination Trophy Winners (Second Team)

Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Division Three Winners  (Third Team)
2006 - 2007
Liverpool County Premier League
Second Division Challenge Cup Runners-Up (First Team)

I Zingari Football Combination
I Zingari Football Combination Division One Runners-Up (Second Team)
2007 - 2008
Liverpool County Premier League
Second Division Champions (First Team)
2009 - 2010
I Zingari Football Combination
Geoff Pye Cup Winners (Second Team)
2011 - 2012
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Division 4 Champions (Fourth Team)
2012 - 2013
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Division 5 Runners Up (Third Team)
2013 - 2014
Liverpool Old Boys Amateur Football League
Division 4 Runners Up (Third Team)
Alan Brown Trophy Runners Up (First Team)