Kingstonian (@2.1) vs Bowers & Pitsea (@2.8)

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Kingstonian will win

Kingstonian – Bowers & Pitsea Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 10:00

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In the 195960 season, the K's had their first Wembley Stadium appearance in the FA Amateur Cup final, which was lost to Hendon F.C.

Reunited after World War I, the club continued to play at Richmond Road but, in 1920, the site's owners, the Dysarts, leased the site to Leyland Motors, then establishing a factory base at nearby Ham. In 1898 the club moved to their first private enclosed ground at Dinton Road, next to Kingston Barracks, moving again at the turn of the century to Lower Marsh Lane in 1902, specifically to part of the rugby ground in Richmond Road. remaining at Richmond Road. and Old Kingstonians led to the breakaway group Old Kingstonians playing at Norbiton Sports Ground, Kingston upon Thames A.F.C. The split in 190809 between Kingston upon Thames A.F.C.

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Relegation and, moreover, financial problems as a result of severe overspending in the chase for success, saw a sharp downturn in the club's fortunes between 2001 and 2005, and in 2003 the then manager Kim Harris said that the owner, property developer Rajesh Khosla, was "raping us"after Khosla sold the Kingsmeadow ground for 2 million in personal profit.[12] However, in February 2005 Khosla stepped down as chairman, selling the club to Jimmy Cochrane,[13] whilst making a profit.[12] While this did not save Kingstonian from relegation that year, the 200506 season saw Kingstonian Football Club revitalised.

The club, nicknamed "The K's" or "The Ks", spent three seasons at the highest level of non-league football, 199899, 19992000 and 200001, and have won the FA Trophy twice, in consecutive seasons, in 1999 and 2000. There was a split before the start of the 19081909 season which damaged the club, the two clubs were named Old Kingstonians and Kingston upon Thames A.F.C. In 1929, their application to join the Isthmian League was accepted, and they have competed there to the present day. After period of quiet during World War I, the two clubs re-united and joined the Athenian League in 1919, named Kingstonian. Kingstonian Football Club was founded in 1885 by the Young Men's Christian Association, named Kingston & Surbiton YMCA, and began competing properly in 1893 in the Surrey Junior Cup.

Their ground was requisitioned by the Civil Defence for the duration of the war and no further games were played until 1945. In 1929, Kingstonian were successful in their application to join the Isthmian League after the withdrawal of Civil Service F.C.[4] In 1933, Kingstonian won the FA Amateur Cup,[4] they won the League in 1934 and 1937, and the club won the Surrey Senior Cup in 1935 and 1939.[4] "Competitive Amateur Football" was called off in September 1939 for World War II and Kingstonian were to play only one game at the start of the 1939/1940 season.

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Kingstonian won the Isthmian League in 1998 and the FA Trophy in 1999 and 2000 at Wembley Stadium under manager Geoff Chapple, and then managed to reach the fourth round of the FA Cup in 2001.

This meant that Leyland Motors had been given exclusive use but an agreement was reached to allow for a groundshare with Leyland Motors and Leyland Motors took over the fixtures of the Kingstonian Reserve team who had signed up for the Southern Suburban League. Their first match after unification was on 6 September 1919 competing in the Athenian League against Southall F.C.[4] Before the 19201921 season it seemed they had lost their ground after confusion over their desire to renew the rent. The following season Kingstonian were successful in purchasing the Richmond Road ground, although the groundshare arrangement with Leyland Motors continued. In 1919 football was rejuvenated in Kingston.[4] The war had dimmed the rivalry between the teams, and they re-united as Kingstonian F.C.

The club eventually sold the site and moved out of Richmond Road in 1988. remained at Richmond Road for most of the 20th Century, it thus being referred to as the club's 'traditional home'. Kingstonian F.C. The club's record home attendance of 8,960 was attained there in 1955 in a match against Bishop Auckland F.C.[4] The maintenance of the site increasingly became more than the club's income could support and parts of the site were sold off for redevelopment; the 'Kingstonian petrol station' occupying much of the Richmond Road frontage since 1956, and the former running track and reserve pitch redeveloped for housing in the 1970s.

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