Totton and Eling FC

Ground: Millers Park, Little Testwood Farm.

Nickname: "The Millers"


  • Formed:1925 & joined Wessex League:1989
  • Clubhouse: Yes
  • Midweek: Tuesday
  • Colours: Red and Black shirts, Black shorts, Red and Black socks.
  • Alt. colours: Blue shirts, Blue shorts, Yellow socks
  • Sat Nav: SO40 2RW

Wetherspoons: “The Bright Water Inn” 370-372 Shirley Road, Shirley, Southampton, SO15 3HY

  • Totton and Eling FC,Millers Park, Little Testwood Farm.,SO40 2RW

Directions: Leave the M27 at Junction 2 and take the A326 exit signposted Totton/Fawley. Almost immediately leave the A326 onto slip road signposted Totton Town Centre which will meet the A36 Salisbury Road. Turn left onto the A36 and proceed for approximately three quarters of a mile and the ground entrance is on the left just before the Calmore roundabout.

Honours:Division One Champions 2008-09

History:

The Club was formed in 1925 as Bramtoco FC from the workforce of the British American Tobacco Company and changed its name to BAT Sports in 1971, the same year as they entered the Hampshire League. They progressed through the Leagues, winning Division Two in 1975 and being Champions of Division One in both 1988 and 1989. At that time the installation of floodlights, the construction of a small stand and a permanent fixed barrier enabled them to join the Wessex League. An additional stand and covered standing area followed in due course. Since joining the League they have twice reached the 3rd Round of the FA Vase, on the second occasion being drawn against AFC Wimbledon. With the weather causing the BAT ground to be unfit the tie was switched to South West London drawing an attendance of nearly 3000. Due to the imminent loss of their long time Southern Gardens home they were forced to drop down a division at the end of the 2006-07 season and a year later changed their name to Totton and Eling FC.

They regained Top Division status in 2009 and subsequently moved to their present ground which is adjacent to AFC Totton, currently members of the Southern League.