Bosham F.C.

Bosham F.C.

Football club infobox
clubname = Bosham

fullname = Bosham Football Club
nickname = The B Boys
founded = 1901
chairman =
chief executive =flagicon|ENG
manager = flagicon|England Frank Antony
league = Sussex County Football League Division Three
season = 2007–08
position = Sussex County Football League Division Three, 10th | ground = Walton Lane

Bosham F.C. are a football club based in Bosham, near Chichester, West Sussex, England. They were established in 1901 and after a long spell in local football, joined thee Sussex County Football League when it formed a Division Three in 1983. They have won that division twice, earning promotion to Division Two, but have since been relegated back to Division Three.

They dropped out of the County League completely after finishing bottom of Division Three in 1998, but after a single season in the West Sussex League (in which they won that League), they were accepted back as members of Division Three and are members of the Sussex County League to this day.

Although they have never competed in the FA Cup, they were entrants to the FA Vase between 1986 and 1990. However, they never managed to win a match in the competition.

eason-by-season record since 1983

League [cite website | date=2008-01-12 | url= | title= Bosham at the Football Club History Database | publisher=FCHD | accessdate=2008-01-12]

F.A. Vase Complete Record


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