Hornets open their new home with a win...

By Ian Townsend

..and strengthen their squad ahead of the new season


On Saturday eleven years of homelessness- a period punctuated by hardship, angst and fears for the future of the club- finally came to an end as Horsham opened their new Camping World Community Stadium. Southern League Hartley Wintney were the opposition, and the Hornets started as they will hope to go on, recording a 4-1 victory in the sunshine.

Our images are from the lens of the incomparable David Bauckham, and he will undoubtedly have another of his wonderful photo-essays available soon. Check out his recent coverage of Tooting & Mitcham United here.

Yesterday the club announced the permanent signing of one of the goalscorers on Saturday, Malachi Hudson, from Welling United. They also brought in midfielder Alex Kelly and full back Harry Mills from Walton Casuals- and you can read more about those signings here.

Horsham- a new era

Horsham- a new era

Horsham fans take up position in the new stand for the first time

Horsham fans enjoying the fruits of their new clubhouse

A happy Horsham Hornet!

Where next?

Woof! Three more for Barking
BetVictor Isthmian supporters predictions 2019/20- Carshalton Athletic We start our annual supporters preview by heading down to Colston Avenue, and getting the views of Alan Johnstone.

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