We look at who The Yeltz will be taking on in the 2023/24 season, Next up is Stourbridge
Full name: Stourbridge Football Club
Nickname: The Glassboys
Stadium: War Memorial Ground
Distance from the Grove: 5 Miles
2022/23 finish: 10th in the Southern League Central Premier
Manager: Leon Broadhurst & Stuart Pierpoint Joint Managers
Head to Head: We all know our neighbours Stourbridge and the no9 derby as happened a few times, the last time was in pre-season in 2022 at The Grove where it was a draw at 2-2.
The club was founded in 1876 and was originally known as Stourbridge Standard. By the late 1880s it is known that they had changed its name to simply Stourbridge and competed in the Birmingham and District League, where reasonable success was achieved without actually gaining the league title, although the Worcestershire Senior Cup was won on three occasions.
The 1923–24 season was one of the best in the club's history, as they clinched the Birmingham League championship and also won the Worcestershire Senior Cup yet again.
After World War II, The Glassboys enjoyed their greatest period of success in non-league football, as they carried off the Birmingham Combination Championship in 1952 and also won the Birmingham, Worcestershire and Herefordshire Senior Cups. The club returned to the Birmingham League in 1954 on the disbanding of the Birmingham Combination and were runners-up in 1955–56. The Birmingham Senior Cup was won for a second time in 1958–59 and the 1967–68 season saw the club achieve their own "double" in lifting both the Worcestershire and Birmingham Senior Cups