Bemerton Heath Harlequins FC

Ground: Western Way, Bemerton, Salisbury

Nickname: “The Quins”


  • Formed:1989 & joined Wessex League:1989/90
  • Clubhouse: Yes - 01722 331925
  • Midweek: Tuesday
  • Colours: Black and white shirts, Black shorts, Black and White Socks
  • Alt. colours: Orange shirts, Orange shorts, Orange socks
  • Sat Nav: SP2 9DT

Wetherspoons: “The Kings Head Inn” 1 Bridge Street, Salisbury, SP1 9DT

  • Bemerton Heath Harlequins FC,Western Way, Bemerton, Salisbury,SP2 9DT

Directions: Turn left off the A36 Salisbury to Bristol road at Skew Bridge (right if you are coming out of Salisbury) and take first left into Pembroke Road. After ½ mile left along Western Way – ground is ¼ mile at the end of the road. It is 40 minutes walk from Salisbury Railway Station and can be reached by Bus services 51 and 52 from the Town centre.

Honours:League Cup Winners 2009/10 | Combination League Champions 1997 and 2004 | Combination Cup Winners 1999

History:

The Club was formed in 1989 as an amalgamation of Bemerton Athletic, Moon FC and Bemerton Boys with all three clubs having been successful in their own spheres. With all three clubs looking for fresh challenges the new club was formed with the aim of Wessex League membership the number one priority. Since its formation the club has gone from strength to strength, achieved Wessex League football, and now runs sides from Under 10 through to the first team. The Club has become a consistent League force and in 1993 finished 3rd in the League, had lengthy runs in both the FA Cup and Vase, won the Wiltshire Senior Cup and completed a hat trick of Hospital Cup victories. Progress continued with the Wessex League Combination Championship in 1997, League Cup runners-up in 1998 and the last 16 of the FA Vase in 1999. During this period and beyond , the facilities were constantly improved with the superb Clubhouse and the Les Pantlin Stand and success on the field continued with 3rd place in the League in 2010 and victory over League Champions Poole Town in the League Cup Final at Christchurch. Further honours included the Russell Cotes cup in 2012 along with second place in the League and runners up in the Wiltshire Senior Cup.