Ground: Alrebury Park, The Avenue, Alresford, Hampshire SO24 9EP 01962 735100

Directions: Alresford is situated on the A31 between Winchester & Alton. Alrebury Park is on the main road into Alresford (just south of the town centre) opposite Perrins School.

Colours: White shirts with black sleeves, black shorts, black & white socks

Alternative colours: 1st team: Yellow shirts, shorts & socks
Reserves: Blue shirts, shorts/ socks

The club was formed in 1898 as Alresford F.C. They joined Division Two of the Hampshire League in 1990, dropping back down to the North Hampshire League in 1996 before bouncing back to the Hampshire League in 2000. When the Hampshire and Wessex Leagues merged in 2004, Alresford became members of the expanded Wessex League. The club finished as runners-up in Wessex League Division One in 2006/07, earning promotion to the Premier Division, where they remain to this date.

With the erection of floodlights at their Alrebury Park home, the club became eligible to compete in FA competitions, first entering the FA Vase in 2007/08 and the FA Cup a year later. They have been knocked out of the Vase in the Second Round Qualifying in each of their two entries, while in the FA Cup their debut season ended at the first attempt with an Extra Preliminary Round loss at Harrow Hill.

Alresford won Seven trophies in Danny Robinson & Tim Cole's last three seasons and twice finished runners up in the Wessex premier division. The highest league position in the clubs history. In 2015/16 the club fell down the league and survived relegation by default due to expansion of the premier division to 22 teams.

In May 2016 Richard Luffman was appointed as manager following three successful seasons with Otterbourne winning as many trophies in as many seasons. In Luffman's first season the club have reached the second qualifying round proper for the first time defeating Wimborne Town in a replay 1-0 the scorer from Alresford was Geoff Dunn and then Fareham Town.

In December 2016 during an 11 game unbeaten league record the club was awarded with the Wessex league club of the month award.

The club also runs a reserve/development side competing in the Wyvern Combination League ..

With the erection of floodlights at their Alrebury Park home, the club became eligible to compete in FA competitions - first entering the FA Vase in 2007/08 and the FA Cup a year later. They have been knocked out of the Vase in the Second Round Qualifying in each of their two entries, while in the FA Cup their debut season ended at the first attempt with an Extra Preliminary Round loss at Harrow Hill.

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