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The Football Association
The official F.A. site - home of the F.A. Cup and Team England.

Hampshire F.A.
The newly launched Hants FA website.

Bournemouth F.A.
Check out how our minor sides and other local teams are doing.


Tony Kempster's Fixtures and Results
Now working in conjunction with The Football Pyramid (below), this site includes fixture listings and results grids & tables for the top NINE levels of football's league hierarchy (Premier League to Hampshire League).

The Football Pyramid
Paul Crankshaw's site is now concentrating on giving details of the three major national Cup competitions, - F.A. Cup, Trophy and Vase - and so complements Tony Kempster's site (see above). Between the two, everything the cyber-fan could ask in terms of up to date information.

Non-League News Desk
For those who may want to keep up with the whole Non-League world in print, NLND is an excellent publication that details, each week, all the scores and draws from the Non-League scene. The magazine also includes details of player transfers, managerial changes, club & ground alterations and is based on the, newly published, Non-League News Desk Annual. This site gives details of how to subscribe and, in my experience, it is worth every penny if Non-League is your thing.

The Football Club History Database
A remarkable website in that it details the performance and league status of hundreds (probably thousands - I haven't counted!) of clubs at all levels of competition. Even better, it is being updated regularly to show performance in the current as well as past seasons in the FA Cup, Trophy & Vase competitions.


Andover FC Official Web-site
A well presented site that could provide the basics for any "Lions" fan. Seems not to have been updated for some considerable time however, which is disappointing for an 'official site'.

Andover FC Unofficial Web-site
Real "in your face" presentation but, unlike it's official counter-part, is bang up to date. Ambitious archive under construction.

Fleet Town Official Web-site
Reflecting the fact that most non-league teams above football pyramid level 8 (Wessex League) have embraced the Internet, newly relegated Fleet's site has good presentation (if a little slow on account of all the graphics) but seems to have lost heart in keeping up to date.

Swanage Town & Herston Official Web-site
A neat, compact, well-presented site which (refreshingly) appears to be up to date in terms of information including (as with this site) other Wessex results beyond those directly affecting the club.

Wimborne Town Web-site
It was not clear if this was an official or unofficial site - my guess is the later. Real "Black & White" in presentation, it gives all the information needed by any "Magpies" fan.


Newly relaunched (as of 10/08/01) Official website of AFC Bournemouth - home of the Cherries

.....oh well (if you really must).....

Saints   Official website of Southampton FC - home of the Saints
Pompey   Official website of Portsmouth FC - home of the Pompey Chimes

Farnborough Town   Back in the Conference. An unofficial site (It's better than the official one)
Aldershot Town   Official website of 'The Shots' (Ryman League Premier Division)
Basingstoke Town   Official website of 'Stoke (Ryman League Premier Division)

Havant & Waterlooville
Rich Self's unofficial but bang up to date and right on the money style website for The Hawks from the Doc Marten's League Premier Division.

Newport (IoW)
The much loved "Up the Port" (sic) - unofficial but who cares when you've just been promoted?

The infamous "Bashnet" run by Pete & Monsoon. All you want to know about The Bash (as if) or how the other half lives. They don't get much more local than this!

Ringwood Town
A very decent offering from one of our closest Hampshire League neighbours. With all those Wessex sides out there apparently unable to enter the internet age (or not sufficiently capable of promoting their sites so that we can find them) this is an object lesson. Well done the Town !!

Poole Town
Thanks to Steve Bean for drawing this excellent site concerning last season's Hampshire League runners-up to my attention. Puts sites operated by supposedly "bigger" clubs to shame. Sorry we had to take Richie Glenister back from you guys but good luck for the season!

Poole Borough
Graham Pauley's well-presented site representing Pete Morrell & Tommy Heffernan's Dorset County outfit who finished runners-up (we know all about that position) last season. Many thanks to Pete for helping us out during the last campaign and good luck to the Borough in their efforts to go one better this time.

Links last checked on 10/08/01

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