1. In the modern “hire ’em and fire ’em” world of football, Merstham have had just four permanent Managers this century.
2. 1984 was a significant year for The Moatsiders, as they moved into a different league – The Combined Counties – and celebrated the opening of their new clubhouse at the same time.
3. They set a new attendance record of 1,920 with the visit of Oxford United for a live FA Cup First Round tie on 5th November 2016. A side that included current striker and former Worthing player, Omar Folkes.
4. Merstham was recorded as Mearsaetham in 947 which translates as “Homestead near a trap set for martens or weasels” in Anglo-Saxon.
5. By 1086 the village was known as Merstan and held by Archbishop Lanfranc of Canterbury, who also has a road named after him a stone’s throw from our own Woodside Road.