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Metropolitan Police FC
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Established
1919 (105 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Imber Court

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Location
East Molesey, Surrey, England

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Competitions
England Non League Div One Isthmian South
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17/07 AFC Wimbledo - Metropolitan
03/08 Metropolitan - VCD Athletic
07/09 Westfield Su - Metropolitan

Results
27/04 Metropolitan 0 - 2 Ashford Town
20/04 Ascot United 0 - 2 Metropolitan
16/04 Raynes Park 0 - 0 Metropolitan
13/04 Metropolitan 0 - 1 Thatcham Tow
09/04 Metropolitan 0 - 0 Northwood


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Metropolitan Police Football Club is a football club based in East Molesey, Surrey, England. Originally made up of players from the Metropolitan Police Service, the rule requiring players to be employees of the service was removed when the Commissioner refused to sanction time off for playing. However, the club is still part-funded by a police staff lottery. They are currently members of the Southern League Premier Division South and play at Imber Court, the base of the Met Police Sports and Social Club.


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The club have played at Imber Court since their establishment. The site was purchased by the Metropolitan Police Service in 1919, with a clubhouse opened in 1920. A grandstand was opened in 1923 and doubled in size to accommodate 672 spectators in 1934. Floodlights were erected in 1971 and the ground was enclosed in 1973. Terracing was installed on three sides of the pitch in 1984, with a cover added to the Mounted Branch End in 1988. In 1994 the original stand was demolished and replaced with a 300-seat stand, which was opened with a commemorative match against the Army.

When playing at home, the players come out to the tune of "I Fought the Law" by The Clash.

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