Hythe and Dibden

Ground: Hythe Garage Stadium

  • Formed:1902 & joined Wessex League:2004
  • Clubhouse: Yes
  • Midweek: Tuessday
  • Colours: Green shirts and shorts, white socks
  • Alt. colours: Red shirts, white shorts, black socks
  • Sat Nav: SO45 5TN

Wetherspoons: "The Giddy Bridge" 10-16 London Road, Southampton, SO15 2AF

  • Hythe and Dibden,Hythe Garage Stadium,SO45 5TN

Directions: Take the A326 from the M27 and turn left at the Dibden roundabout into Southampton Road, Continue for approx. 1/2 mile then turn right into Claypits Lane just before the Shell Filling Station and the ground is 100 yards on the left and there is car parking available in the ground.


The Club was founded in 1902 but little is recorded of the early years. They joined the Hampshire League in 1947/48 as Hythe and Power United and gained promotion into Division Two in 1950. However after two seasons they were relagated and the club endured a period of “struggle” and eventually dropped back into Southampton Junior Football in the early sixties. Then followed a “yo-yo” existence as the Club went up and down the Leagues before returning to the Hampshire League in 1994, finishing as Division Three runners-up . With the re-organisation of the Leagues in 2004 Hythe’s facilities gained them a place in the Wessex League where they have remained until this day. With strong hopes of a new ground in the not too distant future the Club are looking towards better things both on and off the field.

An alternative “route” to the ground is to catch the Hythe Ferry from Southampton across Southampton Water, amongst all the Cruise ships, Yachts and Commercial vessels, and see the picturesque village at its best as you land at the famous Pier and take the short train ride to the village itself. The ground is within very easy walking distance from the pier.