Last updated : 09/08/2023 02:47:44
AFC Varndeanians are a Saturday football team made up of 44 team members.
The team is from Hove, Brighton and Hove, England, United Kingdom and play in the Southern Combination Football League Premier.
AFC Varndeanians started using TeamStats in January 2023 and so far have created match reports and statistics for 14 games.
You can access their full TeamStats team profile using the link below:
AFC Varndeanians Football Club is a football club based in Brighton, East Sussex, England. The club are currently members of the Southern Combination Premier Division and play at the Withdean Stadium.
The club was formed as Old Varndeanians Football Club in 1929, when Secondary Old Boys club (which was dominated by former pupils of Varndean School) was renamed and decided only to accept former Varndeanians as players. Secondary Old Boys had been members of Division One of the Brighton, Hove & District League, with the new club continuing in their place. They were relegated to Division Two in 1930–31, and after finishing bottom of Division Two in 1934–35, were relegated to Division Three. Old Varndeanians were dissolved during World War II before being re-established in 1946, playing at Preston Park.
The club changed their name to AFC Varndeanians in 1989. They won the Brighton, Hove & District League title in 1993–94, and the Sussex Senior Cup in 1995–96. They joined the Southern League in 1997, and were promoted to Division One South & West in 2000. They were relegated back to Division Two in 2004, but were promoted again in 2006.
AFC Varndeanians were relegated from Division One South & West in 2010, and joined the Isthmian League Division One South in 2011. They were promoted to the Premier Division in 2015, but were relegated back to Division One South in 2017.
- Brighton, Hove & District League champions: 1993–94
- Sussex Senior Cup winners: 1995–96
- AFC Varndeanians official website
- AFC Varndeanians on Wikipedia
- AFC Varndeanians on the Southern Combination Football League website
The Southern Combination Football League is an English football league covering Sussex. It is at the ninth and tenth levels of the English football league system. The league was formed in 1920, and is currently divided into two divisions: the Premier Division and Division One.
The Premier Division is the top division in the league, and is currently sponsored by Investec. The champions of the Premier Division are promoted to the Isthmian League Premier Division, while the bottom two clubs are relegated to Division One.
Division One is the second tier of the league, and is currently sponsored by C&G Investments. The champions of Division One are promoted to the Premier Division, while the bottom two clubs are relegated to the Sussex County League Division One.
The Southern Combination Football League is a popular league with a large number of clubs. It is a great place to watch non-league football, and there is always plenty of excitement on the pitch.