Bemerton Heath Harlequins F.C.

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Bemerton Heath Harlequins
Bemerton Heath Harlequins' emblem
Full name Bemerton Heath Harlequins Football Club
Nickname(s) Harlequins
Founded 1989
Ground Western Way, Salisbury
Ground Capacity 2,100 (250 seated)[1]
Chairman Steve Slade
Manager Rae Hughes
League Wessex League Premier Division
2016–17 Wessex League Premier Division, 11th of 22

Bemerton Heath Harlequins Football Club is a football club based in Bemerton, Salisbury, England. They are currently members of the Wessex League Premier Division and play at Western Way.


The club was established in May 1989 as a merger of Wiltshire League club Bemerton Athletic, former Salisbury & Andover League club Moon and Bemerton Boys of the Mid-Wilts League.[2] The new club was accepted into the Wessex league for the 1989–90 season.[3] In 1992–93 they entered the FA Cup for the first time, reaching the third qualifying round.[3] The season also saw the club win the Wiltshire Senior Cup, beating Wollen Sports 3–1 in the final,[4] as well as a third-place finish in the Wessex League.

Bemerton won the Wiltshire Senior Cup again in 2004–05 with a 3–1 win over Corsham Town in the final.[4] After winning the Wessex League Cup in 2009–10, they were Wessex League runners-up in 2010–11, also winning the Senior Cup for the third time after a 2–0 win against Bradford Town. The following season saw them finish as league runners-up again,[3] as well as winning the Hampshire FA's Russell Cotes Cup, beating Christchurch 2–0 in the final.[5]


The club play at the Western Way ground. The ground has a seated stand on one side of the pitch and a clubhouse with some covered seating behind one goal.[6] It currently has a capacity of 2,100, of which 250 is seated and 350 covered.[1]


  • Wessex League
    • League Cup winners 2009–10
  • Russell Cotes Cup
    • Winners 2011–12
  • Wiltshire Senior Cup
    • Winners 1992–93, 2004–05, 2010–11


  • Best FA Cup performance: Third qualifying round, 1992–93[3]
  • Best FA Vase performance: Fifth round, 1998–99, 2012–13[3]
  • Record attendance: 1,118 vs Aldershot Town[1]
  • Most appearances: Keith Richardson[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Mike Williams & Tony Williams (2016) Non-League Club Directory 2017, Tony Williams Publications, p549 ISBN 978-1869833695
  2. ^ Club History Bemerton Heath Harlequins F.C.
  3. ^ a b c d e Bemerton Heath Harlequins at the Football Club History Database
  4. ^ a b Wiltshire Cups summary Football Club History Database
  5. ^ Hampshire Cups 2011–12 Football Club History Database
  6. ^ Bemerton Heath Harlequins Pyramid Passion

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Coordinates: 51°4′51.892″N 1°50′8.992″W / 51.08108111°N 1.83583111°W / 51.08108111; -1.83583111