AFC Portchester have proved to be the entertainers when you consider their Wessex League record over the last decade.
From the beginning of January 2010 through to the end of December 2019, the Royals have netted a total of 839 goals during the 394 league games they have played in that ten year period - or 2.13 goals per game.
Portchester won 51.3 per cent of the league games they have played over the last ten years, drawing 19.5 per cent and losing 29.2 per cent.
Over the same period the Royals have conceded a total of 558 league goals - 1.42 goals per game - and amassed 677 points across Division 1 and the Premier Division at a rate of 1.72 points per game.
Portchester’s overall league record for the last decade is as follows: played 394 games, won 202, drawn 77 and lost 115, goals scored 839 and goals conceded 558. Total points for this period is 677.
The club’s overall home league record for the decade is as follows: played 197, won 114, drawn 36 and lost 47. Goals scored were 443 and goals conceded were 246.
The club’s overall away league record for the decade was as follows: played 197, won 88, drawn 41 and lost 68. Goals scored were 396 and goals conceded were 312.
The first Portchester goalscorer in the decade was Simon Woods (pictured left), who scored twice in the 2-1 win against Andover New Street on January 19, 2010.
The last Portchester goalscorer in the decade was Nathan Paxton (pictured above), who scored the winner in the 2-1 victory over Horndean on December 21, 2019.