Est. 2016 by Alton Town FC and Alton United Youth FC Providing a safe, friendly and fun environment for the local community to enjoy football

7 Years Ago: December 2015

09 Dec 22

December 2015 Alton Town left the Bass Ground and moved across the road to Anstey Park to join with Alton United and form Alton FC - the club we know and love today.

The results of both games ended in four nil victories to Alton Town, against East Cowes at the Bass ground and against AFC Stoneham as Anstey Park.

With the move to The Anstey Park Enclosure seven years ago, here are some stats from that time:

Biggest Win – 7 – 0 v New Milton Town, Sat 3rd Dec 2016

Biggest Loss – 0 - 9 [twice] v Laverstock & Ford, Sat 27th August 2016 and v Baffin Milton Rovers Tues 18th October 2016

Scored six or more goals on 8 occasions

33 Clean sheets have been kept in those 146 games [22%]

US Portsmouth have visited The Enclosure the most with 8 visits

183 Different players have represented us at The Enclosure

16789 spectators have attended the games – with the average attendance being 117 – this does not include the three games played behind closed doors during season 2020-21

Highest Attendance 538 v Sholing Sports – FA Cup First Qual Round – Sat 4th Sept 2021

We have played matches in ten different competitions

Alton's last home game of 2022 is this Saturday (10th) when Cobham will be the visitors to The Exclusive Networks Enclosure. Kick off 3pm.

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