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Chairman's Message

Posted: 07.11.18

On Saturday we will hold a minute’s silence before kick-off at our games and on Sunday the club will lay a wreath at Alton’s cenotaph, remembering those who fell in both world wars and in other conflicts.

We reflect with gratitude to all those who paid the ultimate price, and those who survived but whose lives were affected by physical or mental injury, for the freedom that we enjoy today. Freedom of movement, freedom of opinion, freedom of faith, freedom of thought.

Appropriately our wreath will be laid by two of our young teenage players, reflecting our position in the community with close to 500 players and coaches of all ages, male and female.

We are proud to be part of the football family who, throughout the land and at all levels of the game, have already or will be paying their respects this weekend.

We Will Remember.

Jim McKell
Chairman



Fixtures & Results

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    First Team Fixtures & Results 2018-19
    Last Result:
    Fawley AFC 1 - 2 Alton
    Tue 16th Apr

    Sydenhams Wessex League
  • Last Result:
    Alton Res. 11 - 0 Liss Athletic
    Sat 20th Apr

    Wyvern Combination League
  • Last Result:
    Alton Youth 4 - 1 Westfield
    Tue 9th Apr

    Allied Counties League
  • Last Result:
    Moneyfields 5 - 1 Alton Ladies
    Sun 24th Mar

    Southern Region Women's Football League: First Division - Southern

  • For our Junior and other teams' fixtures and results, please see the individual team pages by using the menu above or visit the FA Full Time website and search for the appropriate league/division.


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