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FIVE FACTS | Potters Bar

1. From 1965 to 1968, Potters Bar Town played in three different leagues – The Barnet & District, North London Combination (after a merger with The Finchley & District) and Hertfordshire County.) 2. In 1990-91, they...

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FIVE FACTS | Carshalton Athletic

1. While still known as Mill Lane Mission, they entered their first league – the Croydon & District (starting in Divison Two A.) – in 1906. 2. As Carshalton Athletic for the first time, they enjoyed almost immediate...

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FIVE FACTS | East Thurrock United

1. Last season was a case of mixed emotions for East Thurrock United, as they suffered relegation form National League South but marked their Golden Jubilee at the same time. 2. They moved to their present ground at Rookery Hill in 1984,...

Feature5 years ago
FIVE FACTS | Merstham

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...

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FIVE FACTS: Kingstonian

1. K’s were formed in 1885 by the Young Men’s Christian Association, as Kingston and Surbiton YMCA, with the organisation unable to support a rugby club – the town’s dominant sport at the time. 2. Their heaviest...

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FIVE FACTS: Hastings United

1. Terry White set a new club goalscoring record for most goals in a season at the turn of the millennium – 32. A total that was equalled by Frannie Colin in 2017-18. 2. Their heyday, in terms of trophies won, came in the nineteen...

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FIVE FACTS: Margate

1. The club are celebrating 90 years of playing at Hartsdown Park in 2019 – not withstanding three years ground-sharing between 2003 and 2005, amid failed regeneration plans – but they actually played at what became the famous...

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FIVE FACTS: Hornchurch

1. Over the course of the club’s history, they’ve competed in a range of leagues; Romford, Spartan, Delphian, Athenian, Isthmian, Conference (National) South and Essex Senior. 2. Immediately after WW2, they won the double of...

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FIVE FACTS: Lewes

1. Lewes have played at their infamous Dripping Pan home since their formation back in 1885; with the exception of two seasons immediately prior to the start of WW1, when home was the neighbouring Convent Field. 2. In 2001-2002, they set...

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FIVE FACTS: Folkestone Invicta

1. Between 2000 and 2006 Folkestone reached the furthest the club has ever got in both The FA Cup and FA Trophy. (First & third rounds respectively.) 2. The club’s biggest victory came against Kent rivals Faversham Town in 1995...

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