Kingstonian (@2.1) vs Bowers & Pitsea (@2.8)
14-09-2019

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Kingstonian will win

Kingstonian – Bowers & Pitsea Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 10:00

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Kingstonian won the Isthmian League in 1998 and the FA Trophy in 1999 and 2000 at Wembley Stadium under manager Geoff Chapple, and then managed to reach the fourth round of the FA Cup in 2001.

Chelsea have stated that they wish to use Kingsmeadow for their own youth and women's teams and are not willing to accommodate Kingstonian. On 22 February 2017, Kingstonian announced that they will be sharing Leatherhead F.C.'s ground at Fetcham Grove for the 201718 season.[23] On 16 January 2018, Kingstonian announced they would be on the move once more, this time to King George's Field in Tolworth to share with Corinthian-Casuals F.C. The clubs operated a ground-sharing arrangement, with Kingstonian receiving preferentially cheap rental terms.[22] In 2015, AFC Wimbledon agreed plans to sell Kingsmeadow to Chelsea in order to help finance their plans to move to a new stadium in Merton. AFC Wimbledon were already sub-tenants at Kingsmeadow, before raising 2.4 million to buy the lease from Khosla in June 2003, with a view to making Kingsmeadow their home. After a season and a half ground-sharing at Hampton F.C.'s Beveree ground, Kingstonian opened their new Kingsmeadow Stadium (on the site of the old Norbiton Sports Ground owned by Kingston Council) in August 1989.[4][21] After Kingstonian entered administration to avoid bankruptcy and lost the Kingsmeadow lease in October 2001. Kingstonian secured a 25-year sub-tenancy agreement with AFC Wimbledon, with customary break clauses. It was assigned in April 2002 by the administrators to a property developer, Rajesh Khosla, who was also by then owner of the club.

In the 19131914 season the Surrey Charity Shield match between the two clubs saw a number of incidents involving players and spectators and this led to the Surrey FA taking responsibility for the running of the replay with warning notices posted at the ground and a large police presence. However, there were occasions in which this rivalry spilled over into more serious incidents. Over the period of the split several appeals had been made by both clubs concerning eligibility of players in matches between the two sides, and in two cases the result of the game was overturned. By the start of World War One, Old Kingstonians held a definite supremacy of the two clubs, and in 19131914 won three trophies including the Southern Suburban League and Surrey Senior Cup. The rivalry between these two clubs was intense and to some extent the competition helped both clubs with their standard of football and improvements to facilities. Kingston upon Thames did however again try a failed "experiment" by re-entering two first teams in both the Southern Suburban League and West Surrey League for the 19101911 season but again this resulted in selection problems and was dropped at the end of the season. Both teams competed in the West Surrey League in 19081909 but in 19091910 season Kingston upon Thames FC moved into the Southern Suburban League with Old Kingstonians remaining in the West Surrey League. At the start of the 19111912 season Old Kingstonians also moved to the Southern Suburban League where both teams stayed until the outbreak of World War One. An FA enquiry into incidents at the first game led to one of the witnesses being attacked on their return to Kingston after giving evidence.

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In the Summer of 1893, the association clubs of Kingston considered a proposal to amalgamate and produce one larger club that would represent the whole town. On 13 September 1893, the club changed its name to Kingston upon Thames A.F.C. Because many of the clubs had already arranged fixtures for the coming season it was only Kingston Wanderers who moved forward with the plan, although several other clubs were to amalgamate with them in future seasons.

A notably prolific spell for the club came in the 1930s, when they won seven, and came runners up in two competitions. Kingstonian's first final came in 1896, when they came second in the Surrey Junior Cup.

The club eventually sold the site and moved out of Richmond Road in 1988. remained at Richmond Road for most of the 20th Century, it thus being referred to as the club's 'traditional home'. Kingstonian F.C. The club's record home attendance of 8,960 was attained there in 1955 in a match against Bishop Auckland F.C.[4] The maintenance of the site increasingly became more than the club's income could support and parts of the site were sold off for redevelopment; the 'Kingstonian petrol station' occupying much of the Richmond Road frontage since 1956, and the former running track and reserve pitch redeveloped for housing in the 1970s.