14 February 1922: Whist Drive and Dance held in the Lifford Hall organised by Stephen Jarrett. Miss Lacey, Mrs Hill, Miss Turner, H. Collins, H. Sandals and D. Ingles won prizes. Music was provided by F. Stokes and MCs were R. Stokes and S. Halford.
August 1932: Annual General Meeting took place at the Coach and Horses Hotel, Broadway, chaired by C.F. Carter. Gate receipts for the previous year amounted to £53 5s 1d with a balance in hand of £29 1s 1d. It was decided to run two teams again in the Cheltenham League. D. Harris was re-elected Hon. Secretary of the Club and C.F. Carter Hon. Treasurer.
1932/33 Season: Captain E. Darley with Vice-Captain G.F. Knott.
1933/34 Season: First season for Broadway Juniors F.C. and the first Annual General Meeting of the Juniors took place on 5th June 1934
1934/35 Season: Juniors – Captain E.J. Roberts and Vice-Captain V. Tittensor.
1939/40 Season: Vale of Evesham Junior League – Final Placings:
- Broadway Juniors
- Evesham Boys Club
24 February 1940: Bretforton 3, Broadway 5 (Andrews 2, Teale 1, Ingles 1, James 1).
2 March 1940: Broadway 1, Boys Club 7. James scored for Broadway then carried off injured.
9 March 1940: Badsey 5, Broadway 7 (Tandy 6, Andrews 1).
16 March 1940: Boys Club 4, Broadway 5 (R. Tandy 3, M. Andrews 1, own goal by Cother).
23 March 1940: Badsey 5, Broadway 1 (M. Andrews)
6 April 1940: Broadway 14, Bretforton 1. Broadway scorers: Ingles 7, R. Tandy 3, Holmes 2, Burrows 1, Folkes 1. Maurice Andrews did no play as sick with measles.
19 April 1940: The League Champions, Broadway, played The Rest of the League at Broadway. Result: Broadway 2, Rest of the League 1. Mr W.G. Beckley presented the trophy to the Broadway Captain, George Tandy, and the miniatures to the team.
On 23rd April 1940, at Badsey, Broadway again played The Rest of the League. Result: Broadway 1, Rest of the League 3. Cother, Hitchcox (2) scored for the League and Ron Tandy for Broadway.
The teams were:
Rest of the League: L J. Gould (Bretforton), Perkins (Badsey), Welch (Badsey), Lee (Boys Club), Shillam (Broadway), Cother (Boys Club), R. Underhill (Boys Club), Malins (Badsey), Hitchcox (Boys Club), Marshall (Badsey), Stewart (Badsey). Harold Cave (Secretary).
Broadway: K. Brighton, G. Chandler, A. Knight, R. Holmes, G. Burrows, D. Shillam, E. Folkes, R. Keyte, R. Tandy, G. Tandy, M. Andrews. Also played R. Ingles, W. Byrd, K. Teale, S. James. W. Brighton (Trainer), Maurice Andrews (Secretary).
May 1940: Two friendly matches were played by Broadway against Wormington. The first Broadway won 5-3. Ron Tandy scored 2, Maurice Andrews 2, Sidney James 1. Harold Dones scored 1 of the goals for Wormington.
The second friendly was played on 4th May and the match was drawn 4-4. Maurice Andrews scored all 4 goals for Broadway.
June: It was decided at a general meeting, presided by Bert Parker, at the New Inn, to invest £65 of the Club’s credit balance in War Bonds. A small balance in hand was kept for use the following season.
1940/41 Season: Broadway won the League.
31 December 1940: Dance held at the Lifford Hall, organised by the Committee. K. Dyer (Hon. Secretary), A. Hill, K. Riley, R. Riley and F. Chandler. Frank Parker was MC with music by George Hands and his band.
31 December 1945: Dance held at the Lifford Hall. Music provided by the Accordionaires. Mr Brighton who was on the door made a short speech.
12 June 1946: the Club was reformed after the end of the Second World War.
26 December 1948: Dance at the Lifford Hall raised over £40 for the Club. George Hands and his band provided the music. Refreshments served by Mrs G. Nash, Mrs B. Parker, Mrs J. Kemp and Mrs Keyte. MCs were F. Parker and G. Nash with Mr Brown, G. Rascal and P. Keyte on the door.