What’s next for AFC Totton?

Saturday 14th October, save the date in your diaries.

As far as the Hampshire teams are concerned, this is the biggest time of the year.

Eastleigh host Dover Athletic in the 4th round Qualifying but AFC Totton, who are a 15 minute drive from Solent are the highlight of this weekend.

The Stags host Ramsgate who are currently in the Isthmian South East league and they come into this game as underdogs.

CEO of AFC Totton ‘A team of our size relies on a good run to generate funds for the team.’

Although his business mind was apparent switched on noticing the money a good cup run can produce, his heart is always on the team.

‘Having the game at home is the greatest pride i can feel, nothing comes close.’

‘The game is always entertaining, it doesn’t matter whether you’re top of the league, bottom, 3 divisions above or below, it’s the FA Cup, it’s magical.’

Even looking forward to the next game is too difficult when you see FA Cup on the fixture list at your own stadium.

After dispatching Gloucester in the second round and Berkhamsted in the third round, Ramsgate is all that stands in the way of reaching the first round proper.

Even the ‘Sunburnt assassin’ Scott Rendell cannot wait much longer, having scored all 4 of Tottons goals in the competition