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Established
1892 (132 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Moatside
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Merstham, England

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England Non League Div One Southern SW
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13/04 Horndean - Merstham
06/04 Merstham 5 - 0 Sevenoaks To
01/04 Merstham 0 - 1 Broadbridge
30/03 Hythe Town 0 - 1 Merstham
23/03 Littlehampto 2 - 1 Merstham

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Merstham Football Club is a football club based in Merstham, near Redhill, in Surrey, England. They play in the Premier Division of the Isthmian League after promotion in 2015. The club is affiliated to the Surrey County Football Association.
Established in 1892, the club became a founder member of the Redhill and District League in 1897. The club went on to win the Redhill and District League for the first time at the end of the 1926–27 season, a feat they repeated four more times. After their last success in the Redhill and District League in the 1950–51 season the club applied to join the Surrey Intermediate league and in 1952 they were admitted to the Eastern section of the Surrey Intermediate League.

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The club originally played at Limeworks Meadow, a pitch based in the Merstham Lime Works. Players initially had to change in nearby hedges before being allowed to use the nearby Jollieffe Arms pub. In the early 1910s the club temporarily relocated to the Weir ground. They moved to Moatside in the early 1920s. Changing rooms were built in 1960 and a 90-capacity stand opened in 1974.

Floodlights were erected during the 1990–91 season and were inaugurated with a friendly match against Crystal Palace. A record attendance of 1,587 was set on 9 November 2002 for a league match against AFC Wimbledon. This was broken in 2016 when 1,920 watched the club's FA Cup first round match against Oxford United.

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