Baffins Milton Rovers FCDivision One
Ground: The Kendall Stadium
- Formed:2011 & joined Wessex League:2016/2017
- Chairman: Keith Petley – 07775 726117
- Secretary: Yvonne Fradgley - Smith – 07980 403336 / 02392 754189
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: www.pitchero.com/clubs/baffinsmiltonroversfc/
- Clubhouse: Yes
- Midweek: Tuesday
- Colours: Royal Blue shirts, Royal Blue shorts, Royal Blue socks
- Alt. colours: Yellow shirts, Navy Blue shorts, Navy Blue socks
- Sat Nav: PO3 5LY
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- Baffins Milton Rovers FC,The Kendall Stadium,PO3 5LY
Directions: From the M27 / A27 take the Eastern Road (A2030) exit towards the City Centre. At the 1st set of traffic lights turn left into Kendall Wharf Road. Park in the car park on the right, walk out of the car park, turn right and the entrance to the ground is on your right a short way along the road.
Baffins Milton Rovers is a relatively new club being formed in 2011. The clubs foundations were laid with the amalgamation of two very successful Sunday league teams Baffins Milton and Milton Rovers. Baffins Milton and Milton Rovers shared the spoils of the Portsmouth Dockyard League and Meon Valley league for a number of years winning every club cup and top league titles. Baffins Milton Rovers Sunday team is still going to this day and is just as successful.
Since 2011 the new Saturday team have had early success winning the Portsmouth Saturday league in the first year and coming runners up in the second leading to promotion to the Hampshire Premier League.
Since being in the Hampshire premier league the club has finished 1st, 2nd and 1st again to help us prove that we are Wessex League promotion contenders. Since being in the Hampshire league the club has grown on and off the pitch and now compromises of 7 teams from under 6s all the way up to men’s football.
Baffins Milton Rovers have had their best successes in the Portsmouth Senior cup where they have been finalist twice against Moneyfields. In the first cup final Moneys were a class above but the second time round Baffins had closed the gap to win 4-2.
Baffins now Hampshire Premier League champions are hoping to be promoted to the Wessex league for the 2016/17 season.