New Milton Town will welcome 4 new teams to the JMC Stadium in the upcoming season of the Wessex League Division One.
Infinity FC along with Bush Hill FC have gained promotion to the Wessex league from the Hampshire Premier League whilst Ash United and Fleet Spurs have joined Division One from the Combined Counties League.
Getting to know the new teams..
Ash United FC play their home games at the Shawfield Stadium with a capacity of 2,500 with 152 seated stand, They are based in Surrey and their nickname is "The Green Army".
They have been Combined Counties champions 3 times (1981–82, 1986–87, 1998–99)
Western Division champions 1981–82
Premier Challenge Cup winners 1997–98
George Allen Memorial Cup winners 1978–79
Surrey Intermediate League Champions 1948–49, 1951–52, 1964–65, 1966–67
Aldershot Senior Cup Winners 1998–99, 2001–02
Surrey intermediate Cup Winners 1952–53
Best FA Cup performance: Second qualifying round, 1998–99
Best FA Vase performance: Fourth round 1998–99, 2001–02
Fleet Spurs play their home games at Kennels Lane in Southwood, near Farnborough., which has a capacity of 1,000 and their nickname is "Spurs"
Fleet Spurs were established in 1948, originally playing friendlies. In 1951 the club then joined the Aldershot & District Football League, where they remained until the end of the 1964–65 season. For the 1965–66 season the club joined the Surrey Premier League and became League A champions in the 1968–69 season. The club, though, returned to the Aldershot & District League from the 1971–72 season.
They joined Division Three of the Hampshire League in 1991 after becoming dual Aldershot Senior League champions and Peter Benyon Cup winners the season before. In their first season in the Hampshire League they immediately gained promotion to Division Two. Six seasons later in the 1997–98 they gained further promotion as they climbed to Division One as Division Two champions. The club stayed in the top flight of the Hampshire League though for just two seasons as when the league was re-organised they were placed in the newly formed Division One, just below the Premier Division. The club then stayed in Division One until the end of the 2003–04 season, when the Wessex League merged with the Hampshire League and Fleet Spurs were placed in the newly formed Division Three of the Wessex league.
At the end of the 2006–07 season Division Three was renamed Division Two and the club was promoted to Division One as Division Two was disbanded. Since then the club has remained as a member of the Wessex League Division One.
In the 2010–11 season the club made its debut in its first FA national competition when they entered the FA Vase for the first time. A season later the club made their debut in the FA Cup getting knocked out by fellow debutants Shrewton United.
In November 2013, they were obliged to change their badge, which included a stylised cockerel, because its similarity to Tottenham Hotspur's logo infringed that club's copyright.
Hampshire League Division Two Champions (1): 1997–89
Surrey Premier League A Division Champions (1): 1968–69
Aldershot Senior League Champions (1): 1990–91
Surrey Premier League Cup Runners-up (1): 1970–71
Peter Benyon Cup: 1990–91
Hampshire Junior Cup B Winners: 1952–53
Aldershot Junior Cup Winners: 1952–53
FA Cup best performance: Extra Preliminary Round 2011–12, 2012–13
FA Vase best performance: Second Qualifying Round 2010–11
BUSH HILL FC
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Hampshire Division One Champions - 2013-2014
Hampshire Premier League Champions - 2016-2017, 2018-2019, 2020-2021
Infinity FC, based in Knowle Village, Knowle, Fareham. The first team have just gained promotion to the Wessex League Division One from the Hampshire Premier Legaue and our reserve side competes in the Hampshire combination and development league.
We also have teams in the Portsmouth Youth Football League at U8s and U9s entering their third season.
In addition have a Saturday Morning Soccer School for those children beginning their football journey from aged 5 upwards.
Infinity FC is a FA Chartered Standard Club that sets standards of coaching, administration, and child protection for clubs working with young people.
Infinity FC play their home games at Clayfields home of the new Wessex Premier league's Hythe & Dibden Ground.
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