Moneyfields FC

Ground: Moneyfields Sports Ground

Nickname: “The Moneys”


  • Formed:1987 & joined Wessex League:1998
  • Clubhouse: Yes
  • Midweek: Tuesday
  • Colours: Yellow shirts, Navy Blue shorts and socks
  • Alt. colours: All White
  • Sat Nav: PO3 6LA

Wetherspoons: "The Sir John Baker” 80 London Road, North End, Portsmouth, PO2 0LN

  • Moneyfields FC,Moneyfields Sports Ground,PO3 6LA

Directions: Leave the A27 from both West and East at the Southsea turn off (A2030) Head down the Eastern Road and turn right into Tangiers Road at the fourth set of traffic lights. Continue along this road until you pass the school and shops on your left and take the next right into Folkestone Road. This becomes Martins Road and the ground is directly in front of you at the end of the road.

History:

The present Club was formed in 1987 when a group of players, having outgrown youth football, formed a side as Portsmouth Civil Service reserves in the Portsmouth League. Most of the players progressed to the first team and after three successive promotions the Club reached the Hampshire League. During this period they won both the Portsmouth Senior Cup and the Hampshire Intermediate Cup twice. With this success came the realisation that to progress further they would need to leave their Copnor base and in 1994 they moved to the old Moneyfields Sports Ground and changed their name to reflect the move. Success continued and in 1996/97 they won the Division One Title by fifteen points and after finishig second behind Blackfield and Langley a year later their facilities, greatly developed since moving in, gained them promotion to the Wessex League. Since then they have consistently held their own in the League and in 2008 were losing finalists in the Wessex League Cup. A frustrating run of being beaten finalists in the Portsmouth Senior Cup ended when the Club won the trophy in 2013.