The Full History


This is available by clicking the download below; it is not intended to be a definitive history of the Trojans Football Club, the oldest rugby club in Hampshire, but more a selection of the highlights of the early years and a brief review of the past few years which includes; 

The Beginning 
Change the Laws 
The First Results 
First Floodlit game 
Moving Home 
The Prime Years 
The Lean Years 
The Revival Years 
The Strength of Youth

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RUGBY          HOCKEY          SQUASH          CRICKET     GYM  

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The Club is open every day. The bar is open from 5pm on weekdays and all day at weekends. There are 5 main sports played at the Trojans - Rugby, Hockey, Squash, Cricket and Football. There a range of other games and past times taking part on site. With over a 1000 multi sports members we are run volunteers for the benefit of the community.

The Trojan Club is a community-based amateur sports club. This means we are run by the members, for the members and are open to everyone. We are probably the best equipped club of this type in Hampshire, and have probably the most members. We receive no ongoing support from local or national sports authorities, and are totally reliant on our members subscriptions, bar takings and fund-raising for our continued survival.

We are very fortunate that we run the bar and catering business, so can supply food after the club games, at festivals, or at the end of season dinners. It also means that should the members want private functions done ethen we are the go to place. Non members can also book the facilities.

Trojans is owned and run by its members who come from all across the community, and anyone can join. At the end of each year the Committee reports to the Annual General Meeting, and positions are filled.  The general committee is made up of the Chairman, Vice chair, Secretary, Treasurer and President, plus up to three floor members, and the chairs of the four main sections.