Farsley fans called out for Fulham

EVO-STIK League Farsley Celtic are urging their fans to cheer on the club's new deaf team against Fulham on Sunday.

Celtic officials are hoping to see a big crowd turning out at Throstle Nest to see Farsley Celtic Deaf FC kicking off in the England Deaf Football Challenge Cup, @FarsleyCelticFC tweeting on Saturday: "Get yourself down to Throstle Nest tomorrow as @FarsleyCeltDeaf take on Fulham Deaf FC #FCFC #oneclub"

The EVO-STIK League Premier Division club teamed up with Leeds Deaf Football Club last season to set up the new side after they moved into their home to play in the English Deaf Football League North having being disbanded in 2012 after being founded way back in 1871.

To keep up to date with LDFC's progress, follow them on Twitter @Leeds_Deaf_FC.

Image courtesy of @FarsleyCelticFC/Twitter

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