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The club participates in League One , the third tier of English football. The club was formed in and has played in all the bottom three divisions in various guises since being elected into the Football League in Shrewsbury Town were formed in , following the demise of first Shropshire Wanderers and later indirectly Castle Blues. The Blues were a rough team, leading to their demise after several games were marred by violence.
New Meadow - Shrewsbury Town Stadium Guide
When the last football match was played at the Gay Meadow in Shrewsbury, the stadium was demolished and plans to redevelop the site for housing were finalised. That was more than two years ago and since then the old ground has remained empty with no sign of any residential development going ahead apart from some earthworks. Amanda Jones and Brian Rennie, who live in the Blackfriars flats overlooking the former football ground, say the mound of soil covered with black plastic in the middle of the land, is an eyesore and they want the developers to get on with the job. But Barratt Mercia, which owns the site, says the project for the Gay Meadow is on hold and they have no plans to landscape the area at the moment.
Alun Thorne reports. Some people propose to their wives there, for some it is the ideal venue to have their ashes scattered and many would set up home there if they could. Shrewsbury Town played for almost years at its famous Gay Meadow ground on the banks of the River Severn before moving to a new state-of-the-art stadium on the outskirts of the town in The ground — the scene of numerous famous matches including in when the minnows beat Premiership Everton in the FA Cup with a brace from Nigel Jemson — was demolished soon after the club moved out but the subsequent recession slowed down any redevelopment plans.