Following Luton Town has had plenty of ups and downs over the years and there's never a dull moment as all Hatter fans will know.
Today we publish the first in a series of picture articles where we share some photos from the past which are sure to stir up plenty of memories.
If any of these images reasonate with you why not email your recollections to [email protected]And if you love Hatters nostalgia you're sure to be interested in the Hatters' Heritage project. On Monday, November 2, 2020, Hatters’ Heritage launched a new website aimed at showcasing the heritage of Luton Town Football Club from its origins in 1885 to the present day.
Eventually, the website will publish every page of every programme in the collection, every photograph, every match report of every game played home and away, along with a large volume of memorabilia. In addition, there will be a variety of ‘features’ relating to the rich history of the club. Currently 20 complete seasons are showcased on the site, complete statistics since 1885, profiles and photos of every post-war player (pre-war should be ready shortly), plus much more.
Hatters’ Heritage is a registered charity and relies on funds received from members by way of an annual fee to pay for web hosting, licences and insurances. All the volunteers are unpaid but share a love of, and passion for, Luton Town Football Club. If you feel you can contribute in any way, contact details are shown on the site www.hattersheritage.co.uk.