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Snows Stadium AFC Totton Football Club

Welcome to the Snows Stadium

The Snows Stadium is a 3500 capacity sporting arena located in Totton, Southampton, Hampshire. The venue plays host to AFC Totton Football Club, Totton & Eling Football Club and Southampton FC Women.

AFC Totton and Southampton Women play their home games on the main ground, whilst Totton & Eling play their games at the pitch adjacent, known as Millers Park.

Whether you are coming to watch a football match or visiting the venue for business or pleasure, we hope you enjoy your stay with us.

Please click on the Club icons below to visit their websites

How to find the Snows Stadium

Snows Stadium, Salisbury Road, Totton, Southampton, Hampshire, SO40 2RW..

From the M27 London/East

Leave the M27 at Junction 2 signposted Salisbury A36 and Fawley A326. Stay in the left hand lane until you reach the traffic lights at the top of the roundabout. At the roundabout take the first exit and follow the A326. In approximately 100 metres take the next exit marked Totton (Town Centre) Ower and Calmore Ind. Estate. At the T junction, give way and turn left onto Salisbury Road. Follow this road for approximately a mile and the Snows Stadium will be on your left hand side.

From Southampton

Take the Redbridge Road A33 out of the city following signs to Totton. Take the A36 slip road and head towards Totton. At the roundabout take the second exit onto Salisbury Road/A36. Continue this road for approximately two miles until you reach the next roundabout. Once here, take the second exit. The Snows Stadium will be approximately 100 metres on your right.

Contact Details

Tel - 023 8086 8981
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A brief history

Formed in 1886 Totton Football Club is a founder member of the Hampshire FA as well as local leagues such as the New Forest League. During the early years the Club joined several leagues including the Southampton Senior League and the New Forest League. At this time the games were played South Testwood Park before the Club moved to Testwood Park in December 1933.

The next big change was in 1975 when the Club amalgamated with Totton Athletic to become AFC Totton.

The 2007-08 season saw the Club seal its first ever Wessex League Championship, enabling promotion to the Southern League.

The 2010-11 season saw the Club move from Testwood Park, their home for many years, to a purpose built stadium just half a mile up the road. The newly created Testwood Stadium was developed in a deal with Linden Homes creating two pitches for AFC Totton and Totton & Eling The first game at the new stadium saw AFC Totton beat Paulton Rovers 5-1 with an attendance of 744.

In 2011-12 AFC Totton reached the FA Cup second round for the first time in their history. The televised game was against Football League side Bristol Rovers with a record attendance of 2,315 The dream to reach the third round was ended after losing the game 6-1.

In 2013-14 the club were relegated to their current league - the Bet Victor Southern League Division One South.

2018 saw a new partnership develop with Southampton FC which saw the women's team use the ground as their new base to play their games.

Snows become Stadium sponsor

Snows became stadium sponsor at the start of the 2019 season to become the newly named Snows Stadium. To find out more about this sponsorship please click here

AFC Totton Chairman Wayne Mew (left) with Snows Chairman, Stephen Snow

Here is a gallery of images from the development of the Testwood Stadium (now Snows Stadium)

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