The Non-League Football Blog for Cads of the Most Unscrupulous Kidney
The Non-League Football Blog for Cads of the Most Unscrupulous Kidney

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Ground Guide
The island of Portland - described as a ‘500ft rock that sticks out into the English Channel’. Strategically important for centuries, it’s now home to one of Dorset’s finest non-league clubs - Portland United.
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Hampshire isn’t a county known for its footballing prowess. It’s home to just one Premier League club (Southampton) and one League club (rivals Portsmouth). It does play host to a number of Non-League sides...
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Loxwood FC
If Winnie the Pooh had formed a football club, Loxwood is how you’d imagine it looks. A wooded charm like very few others, Loxwood is certainly one of the more unique grounds you’ll find in Sussex and beyond.
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Wick
Tucked away at the end of a residential road is the village’s football club, Wick F.C. Their home is Crabtree Park - likely named after the numerous crab apple trees that adorn the area.
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Dilapidated, ramshackled… call it what you will. Raynes Park Vale’s ground has unquestionably seen better days. But in the age of modern out-of-the-box builds, it’s the antithesis to exactly that.
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Westfield FC
A stone's throw from Surrey’s most senior football club, Woking, sits Westfield F.C. Separated by Kingfield Road, they lay just 250 metres apart, making them two of the closest neighbours in the South of England.
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Crockenhill FC
For anyone who’s watched Director Steve Kelly’s Brit-Com ‘The Bromley Boys’ then Crockenhill Football Club may look familiar upon visiting.
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