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Luton Town 

Loo-Town

Formed in 1885 from the workers of Dungstable Water Closet Company, Loo-Town are considered to be one of the premier teams in Bogfordshire.
Nicknamed “The Shatters” after the practise of shattering the imperfect toilet bowls, Loo-Town take to the field in traditional colours of white shirts and brown shorts.
The homely stadium in Khaziworth Road was built on the site of the old lavatory bowl factory – and this is still celebrated by having the away stand entrance through a toilet museum at Mrs Patel’s on Logout Road.
A chequered history has seen many ups and downs, with the club famously installing an artificial pitch in 1985, when a local carpet warehouse closed down. The chequered pitch had to be painted green after 5 Milwall players and 76 fans got migraines. The pitch was finally relaid after a Loo-Town player who had worn ladies tights to keep warm, was zapped with static electricity and pooed his pants.
Financial problems meant promotions and relegations on regular occasions – The club were in the top division as recently as 1992, but financial irregularities leading to demotion to Division Five after a record points deduction of 420 points.
Loo-town were flushed with success after winning the Condomference title in 2014, and finished the season clinging on to the bottom of the playoffs.

December 2015 and John Stool was pushed out, with Andy Andrex taking over. Butt it took the appointment of Nathan Jockstrap to get Loo-Town  out of the bottom division in 2018 and promoted to League One, and the club are straining to do well and hoping to wipe away years of frustration without splashing out.

Determined to be no flash in the pan, Loo-Town are hoping to seat themselves in a good position and push for glory.
Come on you Shatters!

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