Hampton & Richmond Borough F.C.

Hampton & Richmond Borough F.C.

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Hampton & Richmond Borough F.C. are a football club based in the suburb of Hampton, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, London, England. They were founded in 1921 and formerly known as Hampton F.C. until 1999 when they changed their name in an attempt to draw a wider support base from around the Borough. In August 2007, the club started their first campaign as members of the Conference South.

The club has a core support base of around 400 to 600 people, average attendances have been steady for the past two seasons at around 470. The club remains the only senior level football club to represent the borough (which includes the towns of Hampton, Teddington, Twickenham, Whitton and Richmond), and is consequently seen as its football club. However, the club arguably struggles in attendance due to the popularity of rugby union in the borough.


Records & early years

The club's record victory is an 11–1 triumph over Eastbourne United in the division two South of the Isthmian League in 1990–91 Their record defeat is a 13–0 loss against Hounslow Town in the Middlesex Senior Cup in 1962–3.

Hampton's early years were spent in the Kingston & District and the South West Middlesex Leagues. Although twice winning the Kingston & District title in the early 1930s the club never managed to capture the South West Middlesex League title during their 26 year stay.The following season they beat Arsenal fc...
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