Southern League Premier Division
Gosport Borough 1 v Bedworth United 0
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The clubhouse is situated behind the near goal and was opened in 1972. There is a small overhang which provides some additional cover for those spectators who prefer not to venture too far from their half-time tipple. You are given a warm welcome and you can sense the positive vibes around the place from both Staff, Players and the loyal fans. In recent seasons, success has found its way to Privett Park and with a big push this season for the play offs, more, may not be too far away. The Tea Hut is excellent with caring service and yummy home made goodies, all sensibly priced, you feel that you should make more than one visit !
The Club had a very good community and family ethos which some other clubs could do well by following. 8/10
Match Enjoyment: My day was made most enjoyable by meeting up with some old friends from "The Bedworth Bootroom" , never short of a great story or two and always great company. Yesterday they did not fail to deliver. I do admire one of their most ardent fans Mr Colin , who with his incurable optimism for over half a century has followed the "Green Army" everywhere through thin and ........ thin ! This is what i love about non league football, meeting up with fans who travel from Poole to Gretna and everywhere in between. The 'gorgeous' ladies from Bedworth with their flags draped over the railings for all to see, whilst miles from home only to see them put in a spirited performance only to lose to a better, more experienced team with more guile. Dont get me wrong the Greenbacks made things awkward for 'Port and the goal they conceded was softer than a marshmallow. Three defenders, a goalie could only watch as the ball trickled in from ten yards out after bouncing and bobbling about 4 or 5 times through the mud. Gosport always looked in control but the Greenbacks battled until the final whistle ..... 5/10