A.F.C. Portchester


A.F.C. Portchester

Football club infobox
clubname = AFC Portchester


fullname = Association Football Club Portchester
nickname = tbc
founded = 1976 (as Wicor Mill)
ground = Wicor Recreation Ground
capacity = tbc
chairman = Steve Woods
manager = Kevin Latham
league = Wessex League Division One
season = 2007–08
position = Wessex League Division One, 14th
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A.F.C. Portchester is a football club based in the Portsmouth suburb of Portchester, Hampshire, England.

History

The club was established in 1976 as Wicor Mill F.C. playing in local leagues. They joined the Hampshire League in 1998 after having a number of previous applications rejected. In 1999, they changed their name to their present name and immediately gained promotion to Division One, following this up with the Division One championship in the 2001–02 season. In 2002 AFC Portchester absorbed another local club, "Castle Royals", enabling them to significantly expand their youth set-up.

They joined the Wessex League's newly formed Division Three in 2004. This division was renamed Division Two for the 2006–07 season. They now play in the Wessex League Division One.

Honours

*Hampshire League Division One Champions - 2001–02

References

* [http://www.afcportchester.co.uk/ Official website]
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*fchd|name=Wicor Mill F.C.|id=WICORMIL
* [http://full-time.thefa.com/DisplayTeam.do?id=9527624 Current season details]


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