Romulus Football Club is a football club based in Sutton Coldfield, England. They play in the Northern Premier League First Division South.
Romulus Football Club was formed in 1979 and initially played Sunday league football. After a number of successful years they stepped up to senior football in 1999, entering the Midland Football Combination. In 2003–04 they won this league and were promoted to the Midland Football Alliance. In 2006–07 they finished second in the Alliance and were promoted to the Southern League Division One Midlands, the highest level the club has ever reached.
Several Premier League players, mostly ex-Aston Villa players such as Darius Vassell, Zat Knight and brothers Stefan Moore and Luke Moore, now of Swansea City, played for Romulus early in their careers. Charisma Agbonlahor, brother of Aston Villa striker and England international Gabriel Agbonlahor plays for the team.
Formerly based at Vale Stadium in the Castle Vale area of Birmingham, Romulus now share a ground with Sutton Coldfield Town.
- As of 22 July 2012
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Notable former players
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Players with international caps in bold
See Romulus F.C. Players
Management and coaching staff
|Manager|| Richard Evans|
|Coach|| Dave Barnett|
|Sports Therapist|| Leigh Edwards|
|Kitman|| Michael Easthope|
- Best league performance: Southern League Division One Midlands, 8th, 2009–10
- Best FA Cup performance: 2nd Qualifying Round, 2006–07, 2008–09
- Best FA Trophy performance: 2nd Qualifying Round, 2008–09
- Best FA Vase performance: 3rd Round, 2006–07
Coordinates: 52°33′24.15″N 1°49′07.17″W / 52.5567083°N 1.8186583°W