2007–08 Wessex Football League

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Wessex Football League
Season 2007–08
Champions A.F.C. Totton

The 2007–08 Wessex Football League was the 22nd season of the Wessex Football League. The league champions for the first time in their history were A.F.C. Totton, who were promoted to the Southern League. The league consisted of two divisions, Division Two having been disbanded. There was some promotion and relegation between the two Wessex League divisions.[1]

For sponsorship reasons, the league was known as the Sydenhams Wessex League.[2]

League tables[edit]

Premier Division[edit]

The Premier Division consisted of 23 clubs, increased from 20 the previous season, after Gosport Borough were promoted to the Southern League. Four new clubs joined:[2]

Pos Club Pl W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1 A.F.C. Totton (C) (P) 44 33 7 4 120 39 +81 105 Joined the Southern League
2 VT 44 32 6 6 106 35 +71 102
3 Wimborne Town 44 30 6 8 125 33 +92 96
4 Poole Town 44 29 9 6 120 35 +85 96
5 Bournemouth 44 27 12 5 92 40 +52 93
6 Brockenhurst 44 23 11 10 87 55 +32 80
7 Moneyfields 44 24 7 13 82 45 +37 79
8 Fareham Town 44 22 9 13 87 65 +22 75
9 Cowes Sports 44 20 13 11 91 59 +32 73
10 Hamworthy United 44 19 8 17 55 54 +1 65
11 Horndean 44 15 13 16 76 73 +3 58
12 Hayling United 44 15 9 20 66 101 –35 54
13 Bemerton Heath Harlequins 44 15 8 21 74 101 –27 53
14 Alton Town 44 15 7 22 66 89 –23 52
15 Brading Town 44 13 12 19 67 85 –18 51
16 Christchurch 44 15 5 24 67 80 –13 50
17 Hamble A.S.S.C. 44 11 14 19 47 72 –25 47
18 Romsey Town 44 12 7 25 68 98 –30 43
19 New Milton Town 44 11 8 25 58 88 –30 41
20 Lymington Town 44 11 7 26 63 103 –40 39 *
21 Alresford Town 44 9 8 27 48 88 –40 35
22 Ringwood Town (R) 44 5 9 30 45 124 –79 24 Relegated to Division One
23 Downton (R) 44 1 3 40 29 177 –148 6
  • * Lymington Town had one point deducted.

Division One[edit]

Division One consisted of 21 clubs, increased from 19 the previous season, after Hayling United, Alresford Town and Romsey Town were promoted to the Premier Division, and Locks Heath left the league. Six clubs were promoted from Division Two after it was disbanded:[2]

Pos Club Pl W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1 Tadley Calleva (C) 40 33 3 4 134 45 +89 102
2 Laverstock & Ford (P) 40 29 3 8 124 59 +65 90 Promoted to the Premier Division
3 Farnborough North End 40 26 9 5 101 30 +71 87
4 Verwood Town 40 23 6 11 94 63 +31 75
5 Totton & Eling 40 22 8 10 80 50 +30 74
6 Fawley 40 22 5 13 94 44 +50 71
7 Warminster Town 40 20 11 9 89 48 +41 71
8 Petersfield Town 40 21 7 12 90 53 +37 70
9 United Services Portsmouth 40 21 6 13 98 65 +33 69
10 Blackfield & Langley 40 18 10 12 70 57 +13 64
11 Amesbury Town 40 16 5 19 100 86 +14 53
12 Shaftesbury 40 14 9 17 73 63 +10 51
13 Stockbridge 40 11 12 17 47 61 –14 45
14 A.F.C. Portchester 40 11 9 20 59 86 –27 42
15 Fleet Spurs 40 12 6 22 64 95 –31 42
16 Liss Athletic 40 8 10 22 58 95 –37 34 Left the league at the end of the season
17 Whitchurch United 40 8 10 22 51 97 –46 34
18 East Cowes Victoria Athletic 40 8 10 22 50 103 –53 34
19 Andover New Street 40 9 5 26 54 117 –63 32
20 Hythe & Dibden 40 6 9 25 42 125 –83 27
21 A.F.C. Aldermaston 40 4 3 33 31 161 –130 15

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wessex League 1986–2011". Non League Matters. Retrieved 13 February 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "2007–08 Wessex League". FCHD. Retrieved 13 February 2014.