Hampton & Richmond Borough

Club Profile

First Played: 1986-7

Win Rate: n/a

Last Updated: 05 June 2023

It’s not a great feeling to discover that Hampton & Richmond Borough’s only defeat at the Lamex was a game we weren’t involved in. That was the 2007-8 Blue Square South playoff final – which Hayes & Yeading United would ultimately win. For games that did involve us, the Beavers are unbeaten in four; us losing three and conceding our fair share of goals. We do have the consolation of taking greater strides in recent tiems, to be fair. The south west London side hadn’t, as of 2023, made it higher than National League South.


Hampton & Richmond Borough: The Facts

Beveree Stadium
Beaver Close, Hampton, Middlesex, England, TW12 2BX

020 8979 2456



Who are Hampton & Richmond Borough?

For much of their history, the Beavers were only ever known as Hampton FC. Created in 1921, they spent most of their formative years in local and district league competition. It wasn’t until 1959 that senior football came calling; the club signing up to the Surrey Senior League and winning the league in 1964. With this in their pocket, the next step was to chance their arm at the Spartan League. And a good decision it was too; the Beavers clocking up four title wins in seven seasons.

Such dominance helped them secure a place in the Athenian League. Mind you, they’d only stay here for a couple of seasons before joining the Isthmian League. Gradually, they worked their way up the ladder and reached the Premier Division in 1999; coincidentally the point at which they added “& Richmond Borough” to their name. The reason? To appeal to a broader supporter base. The Beavers were a strong competitor and secured a place in Conference South in 2007.

Hampton & Richmond Borough: Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
Overall 4 0 1 3 2 10 -8 1 0%
Home 2 0 0 2 0 4 -4 0 0%
Away 2 0 1 1 2 6 -4 1 0%
League 4 0 1 3 2 10 -8 1 0%
Cup 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n/a 0%

* league points only

Hampton & Richmond Borough: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 20 February 1988

Saturday 13 February 1988

Saturday 21 February 1987

Saturday 14 February 1987

No Players

How to get to Hampton & Richmond Borough – Travel Information – Distance: 55 miles

By Road

The quickest route to Hampton and Richmond Borough involves travelling around the M25 to Junction 12 for the London-bound M3. After six miles, you come to Junction 1; leaving here for the A308 to Staines and Sunbury. Then, choose the fourth exit at the roundabout onto Staines Road East/A308 towards Kingston.

After 2.7 miles, turn left onto High Street/A3008. Take the first after a matter of feet onto Station Road. Twickenham Preparatory School is on the right hand corner as you almost double back on yourself. The ground will be on the right just after you pass G Kingsbury.

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The car park at the ground is small and isn’t in use if the weather is bang out of order. That means your options could be limited to on-street parking. Bear in mind to look out for any local restrictions before leaving your car for a couple of hours.

By Rail

Station: HAMPTON

Given that Hampton and Richmond Borough’s ground is sited off Station Road, it is logical to think a station is near by. And you’d be right. You should be on the Station Road side of the railway if coming from London; simply turn left and follow the road. The ground will be on the left.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner