|09 Dec||Walton and ||-|| Salisbury|
|12 Dec||Poole Town ||-|| Walton and|
|16 Dec||Dorchester Town ||-|| Walton and|
|23 Dec||Walton and ||-|| Gosport Borough|
|26 Dec||Bracknell Town ||-|| Walton and|
|05 Dec||Sholing|| ||0 - 0|| ||Walton and|
|02 Dec||Didcot Town|| ||P - P|| ||Walton and|
|28 Nov||Winchester City|| ||2 - 1|| ||Walton and|
|25 Nov||Walton and|| ||2 - 3|| ||Merthyr Town|
|21 Nov||Walton and|| ||1 - 3|| ||Hendon|
Walton & Hersham Football Club is a semi-professional football club based in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. Founded in 1945 following the amalgamation of Walton FC and Hersham FC, they currently play in the Isthmian League South Central Division. The club is affiliated to the Surrey County Football Association.
The club joined the Corinthian League upon formation, and after a difficult first season won three consecutive league titles. In 1950, the club moved to the Athenian League, and were later placed in the Premier Division upon expansion in 1963. Walton & Hersham were named league champions for a fourth time during the 1968–69 season, and shortly after joined the Isthmian League. The club's most successful period soon followed, which saw them reach the FA Cup Second Round and win the FA Amateur Cup at Wembley Stadium, although the departure of manager Allen Batsford and several players to Wimbledon saw the club quickly relegated to the Isthmian League Division Two.
After coming close to extinction in the late 1970s, former Ballon d'Or winner Sir Stanley Matthews was briefly named as president and the club later managed to find consistency throughout the 1980s. The Swans regularly earned promotion and suffered relegation between the Isthmian League divisions throughout the next decades, and named Millwall chairman Theo Paphitis as a board member for several years. Following the 2015–16 season, the club suffered relegation to the Combined Counties Premier Division and began to struggle once again.
In August 2017, Walton & Hersham left Stompond Lane and moved into the Elmbridge Sports Hub – a £20 million sports complex development shared with local rivals Walton Casuals. After three seasons in the ninth tier of English football, the club suffered further relegation to the Combined Counties Division One and long-term owner Alan Smith stepped down from his position. In July 2019, the club was taken over by a group of students, who claim to be the youngest owners in world football.
Walton & Hersham are the inspiration behind the name of punk band Sham 69, which was derived from a piece of graffiti reading 'Walton & Hersham 69'.
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