UP NEXT: AFC Totton (H)

Off the back of their excellent bank holiday schedule, another thrilling encounter awaits as Bristol Manor Farm take on league leaders AFC Totton at The Creek on Saturday 4th September for a 3pm kick-off. 

The Farm came slightly unstuck against Larkhall, when they were twice pegged back, but rounded off the August bank holiday period with four points when they defeated rivals Mangotsfield United 2-0 courtesy of goals from Ben Bament and Owen Howe. Their opponents, AFC Totton, however will be looking to make it five wins in a row when they travel west on Saturday afternoon. The Stags got off to a flying start when they beat league newcomers Plymouth Parkway 1-0 at The Testwood Stadium, and have since beaten Melksham Town, Highworth Town, and Lymington Town.

Ticket Information

We are pleased to announce that spectators can purchase tickets by cash or debit/credit card on the turnstiles. Ticket prices for Monday’s match are as follows:

  • Adults: £8
  • Concessions: £5
  • Under-16s: £2
  • Under-12s: FREE

Travel Information

For supporters looking to make the fixture at the Creek tomorrow afternoon, visitors should remind themselves using our contact page HERE.

There are no COVID-19 restrictions for Monday’s match, however we urge that any supporters that have tested positive, or have symptoms, for COVID must refrain from attending. You can familiarise yourself with our BMF Risk Assessment.

The Opposition

Association Football Club Totton is a football club based in Totton, Hampshire, England.

The 2010–11 season saw the Stags play their first match at the newly built 3,000-capacity Testwood Stadium with the first match against Paulton Rovers, winning 5–1. The club also gained promotion to the Premier Division when they won the league on the final day of the season with a 1–0 win away at Gosport Borough. The club made it a double winning season when they beat Sholing 3–1 in the Hampshire Senior Cup final at the home of Southampton, St. Mary’s Stadium.

The 2011–12 season saw the club beat Bradford Park Avenue 8–1 to reach the FA Cup second round for the first time in their history. A record attendance of 2,315 was achieved beating their previous record of 1,746 when Totton played Southampton in 2009.

Totton’s dream of reaching the third round of the FA Cup was ended as they lost 6–1 against Bristol Rovers in the FA Cup 2nd Round at the Testwood Stadium. The club also finished third in the league, and so entered the play-offs to gain promotion to the Football Conference beating Chesham United 3–2 in the semi-final, but lost 4–2 to Oxford City in the final.

The club finished the season in the Hampshire Senior Cup final at St Mary’s Stadium, but could not make it three wins in a row as they lost to Eastleigh 2–0.

After finishing mid-table in 2012–13, the club were relegated to Division One South & West at the end of the 2013–14 season.