Back Row (L-R): Robert Leaver; Max Jones; Craig Bowman; Leon Smith; Max Bridges; Bradley Bowman (c); Tim Stephenson; Harry Clapp; Connor Jeffery; Henry Willard (Manager)
Front Row (L-R): Harry Paternoster; Matt Mills; Liam Turner; Taylor Sutton; Oliver Burman; Adam Roxburgh; Stuart Stone
Potters Football Club are based in Borough Green, Kent UK, and were founded in June 2007 by current Club Secretary, and former Manager, Henry Willard.
The club play their home games at Potters Mede, and began life in the Sevenoaks & District Third Division in September of that year, however less than four years later the club found themselves in the Premier Division having been promoted for the third successive year after finishing second in Division One at the end of the 2010/11 season, with a League Cup trophy to their name in amongst the promotions.
Life looked set to be tough on the club before they had even kicked a ball, as their changing rooms and clubhouse were destroyed in an arson attack in the Summer of 2007, just months after forming. Potters gratefully secured use of Wrotham Secondary School's changing rooms for the first six years of existence, just 100 yards up the road, whilst playing at Potters Mede between 2007 and 2011.
Potters Mede underwent redevelopment between 2011 and 2013 to build a new clubhouse and also completely re-landscape the ground, with drainage installed throughout, the main pitch rotated 90°, dugouts installed and spectator banks built into the land, and a 9v9/training pitch installed adjacent to the main pitch.
During this time, the club played their home games across the road at Wrotham School 3G.
Potters FC are the true modern day example of a small yet successful club who are run in a truly exceptional manner with an extremely professional attitude that shines through the entire squad - Players and management.
The club's professionalism and fantastic, friendly atmosphere are just a pick of the multitude of reasons why Potters FC continue to attract a consistently high calibre of players, and why player loyalty is also extremely consistent year after year.