Who are the new teams in the Isthmian League South Central Division?

As we move closer to the start of the new season, we take a quick look at the new team that the Moles will be playing next season;

Farnham Town FC

Farnham won the Combined Counties Premier Division South with 108 points – 29 points ahead of second placed Jersey Bulls. They were unbeaten all season with 35 wins and 3 draws from their 38 games and a goal difference of +111.

Harrow Borough FC

Harrow Borough were relegated from the South Premier League South after finishing second bottom. They were 9 points away from safety. It is the first time they have played Step 4 football since the 1978-79 when they were promoted from the old Isthmian League Division One.

Hayes & Yeading United FC

Hayes finished one position above Harrow Borough in the South Premier League South but two positions and only two points from safety. The merged club founded in 2007 has played as high as Step 2 back in 2014-15. They had two seasons at Step 4 back in 2017 and were promoted back to Step 3 after winning the Isthmian South Central Division.

Horndean FC

Horndean were moved across the from Isthmian South East Division where they had finished 14th. This was their first season in that league after winning the Wessex Premier League.

Kingstonian FC

Kingstonian were relegated from Isthmian Premier Division after finishing bottom and a massive 22 points from safety. The Ks played in the Football Conference (now National League) for 3 seasons back in 1998. They have had a nomadic existence since 2017 when their Kingsmeadow ground was taken over by Chelsea Women. Next season they will groundshare with Raynes Park Vale FC.

Moneyfields FC

Portsmouth based Moneyfields FC were promoted as champions of the Wessex Premier League finishing ahead of second placed AFC Stoneham by 4 points.

Rayners Lane FC

Rayners Lane were promoted from Combined Counties Premier Division North after beating Bedfont Sports 3-0 in the play-off final. They had finished second in the league, some 15 points ahead of third placed Bedfont. They had only been promoted to the Premier Division the previous season.