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Cobham Full name Cobham Football Club Nickname(s) The Hammers Founded 1892 Ground Leg O'Mutton Field, Cobham (Capacity: 2,500) Chairman Shaun Russell Manager Leigh Dynan / Dan Reeves League Combined Counties League Division One 2010–11 Combined Counties League Division One, 8th Home colours Cobham F.C. are a semi-professional football club based in Cobham, Surrey, England. They were established in 1892 and were among the founding members of the Home Counties Football League (now the Combined Counties League) in 1978. They have reached the third round of the FA Vase twice in their history. They are currently members of the Combined Counties League Division One. History Cobham Football Club were formed by villagers in October 1892 entering a local junior league. The home ground was never settled with various fields around the outskirts of the village being used at different times. During the late 1920's they played in the Kingston & District League winning Division One in seasons 1928-29 and 1929-30. In the early 1930s they gained Intermediate status and quickly achieved Senior Status in 1938 upon election to the Surrey Senior League. The club established a home ground at Cobham Recreation Ground and continued to play there until the 1955-56 season when they took up residence at the current Anvil Lane ground (also known as the Leg O'Mutton Field). As was the fashion of the day, the club needed a nickname and, because of the Anvil Lane address, they became known as 'The Hammers' More recently, Cobham were founder members of the Combined Counties League. The closest they have come to winning the title was in 1998-99 when the Hammers finished second behind Ash United after leading the table for much of the season. Several former Cobham players have moved into the professional ranks including Trevor Lee and Phil Walker with Millwall and David Coles at Yeovil Town. Also, cricket fast bowler turned commentator, Bob Willis, made occasional appearances in goal in the 1970s and is a life member of the club. Alan Hamlyn (66-67) moved to USA where he played professional football in NASL for Atlanta and represented USA in the World Cup. The ground's floodlights were installed in the 1997-98 season and were first used in a friendly against Woking. The Hammers' most recent silverware was won in season 2001-02 when they beat Bedfont 3-2 at the Kingfield Stadium, Woking to win the Combined Counties League Premier Challenge Cup. Records FA Cup best performance: 1st qualifying round replay - 2002-03, 1st qualifying round 2010-11. FA Vase best performance: third round - 1985-86, 1998-99 External links Official website Cobham at the Football Club History Database v · d · eCombined Counties League Division One 2011-12 Bedfont Sports · Bookham · CB Hounslow United · Cobham · Eversley · Farleigh Rovers · Feltham · Frimley Green · Guernsey · Hartley Wintney · Knaphill · Sheerwater · South Kilburn · Spelthorne Sports · Staines Lammas · Warlingham · Westfield · Worcester Park v · d · eFootball in England The FA · PFA · LMA National teams England · B · C · U-21 · U-20 · U-19 · U-18 · U-17 · U-16 National Football Centre St George's Park (Burton) League system Premier League · The Football League (Championship • League One • League Two) · Football Conference (National • North • South) · Northern Premier (Premier Division • Division One North • Division One South) · Southern League (Premier Division • Division One Central • Division One South & West) · Isthmian League (Premier Division • Division One North • Division One South) • Levels 9–23 Domestic cups FA Cup · Football League Cup · FA Community Shield · Football League Trophy · FA Trophy · Conference League Cup · FA Vase · FA Inter-League Cup Others Masters Football Lists List of clubs · Current managers · Stadiums by capacity · By location · By altitude Venues · Competitions · Trophies and Awards · History · Records This article about an English association football club is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e