BroxbourneBorough

F C BROXBOURNE BOROUGH

2013      Newly formed
          Joined Spartan South Midlands League
2014-15   Spartan South Midlands League Division One runner-up
          Promoted to Premier Division

SEASON    LEAGUE     P    W    D    L    F    A    P      POS

2013-14   SSML-1    38   20    7   11   65   48   67      6/20
2014-15   SSML-1    40   26    7    7  100   55   85      2/21
2015-16   SSML-P    42   11    8   23   58   96   41     16/22

F.A. CUP

2015-16   EP    BRANTHAM ATHLETIC                   H    1-2
2016-17   EP    FELIXSTOWE & WALTON UNITED          H

F.A. VASE

2013-14   1Q    SPORTING BENGAL UNITED              H    0-3
2014-15   1Q    HALSTEAD TOWN                       A    2-1
          2Q    WOODBRIDGE TOWN                     H    1-2
2015-16   2Q    LONG MELFORD                        H    3-1
          1     SWAFFHAM TOWN                       A    2-1
          2     GREENHOUSE SPORTS                   H    2-1
          3     BOWERS & PITSEA                     H    1-3    @ Harlow Town

FC Broxbourne Borough changed their name from Somersett Ambury V & E to Broxbourne Borough V & E in 2002. Currently they are members of the Spartan South Midlands League Division One. In the summer of 2012, the original club was liquidated and reformed by removing the V & E from their name and were demoted to Division Two. They are now known simply as Broxbourne Borough. Broxbourne Borough V & E was formed in 1959 as Somersett F.C. by Colin Plowman and Robert Le Moignan who attended Chace Boys School, in Enfield, and played in the Edmonton Youth Saturday League for the first one two season, finishing bottom, failing to win a match. In 1961, the club joined the Enfield Alliance Football League. In 1975, the club accepted an invitation to join the V & E Youth Club Centre at their present site in Goffs Lane, Cheshunt. In 1982, Cheshunt Rangers merged with the club. In 1989, the club joined the McMullens League. In 1991, Ambury, a Premier Division team from the Mercury Waltham Sunday League, merged with Somersett to become Somersett Ambury V & E, then known locally as SAVE F.C. In 1993, the club joined the Herts Senior County League, and, in 1997, the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division.

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