Stratford sports clubs pay tribute to late Queen Elizabeth II - The Stratford Observer

Stratford sports clubs pay tribute to late Queen Elizabeth II

Stratford Editorial 9th Sep, 2022   0

STRATFORD’S sports clubs have paid tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II who died yesterday (September 8) at the age of 96.

The late Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral yesterday afternoon, a Buckingham Palace statement confirmed.

Queen Elizabeth II was the longest-reigning monarch in British history and her Platinum Jubilee was marked in the UK and around the World earlier this year.

And many of Stratford’s sports clubs have paid their respects following the news.




Southern League Premier Central football club Stratford Town tweeted: “Stratford Town Football Club joins the nation and the Commonwealth in mourning the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

“The club extends its condolences to the King and Queen Consort and all members of the Royal Family.”


Stratford-upon-Avon Athletic Club tweeted: “Thank you HM Queen Elizabeth II, you will be missed.

“Our thoughts are with your family. Rest in peace, from all of us at SAC.”

Hellenic League Division One side Pershore Town tweeted: “Pershore Town Football Club join the whole country in mourning the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

“So small in stature, so colossal in presence – long to reign over us! RIP Ma’am.”

Midland Football League Division Two club Earlswood Town tweeted: “All at Earlswood Town FC join the rest of the nation, Commonwealth and many countries of the world in expressing their sadness at the death of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II.”

Midland Football League Premier Division side Studley FC tweeted: “Rest in peace.”

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