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Abandoned Building


Thanks to the maginficent efforts of the Supporters & Members Club's, we were able to raise this money at our recent home game against Binfield FC.
The club would like to thank everyone who made a donation.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and survivers of this terrible disaster.

T&MUFC are delighted to welcome

Dillon Gordon to the club

Dillon, joins us having recently been playing at Arlesford and Hartley & Wintney U23 and is an versatile midfielder.

We welcome Dillon to the club


7th FEBRUARY 2023

Tooting & Mitcham United FC Statement 7th February 2023

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Andy Hunt as Joint First Team Manager alongside Ashley Bosah who has been in the role since 2018.

Andy brings his successful experience of management at Step 4 with Godalming Town and Fleet Town, plus a sound understanding of the development of younger players, which remains a core feature of Tooting's football strategy.

The club has struggled to regain its best form since the interruption caused by Covid, although the performances have recently been better than the results would indicate.It is very far from being a lost cause and we believe that the combined efforts and complementary skills and knowledge of Ashley and Andy will be the factor that will bring much-needed success on the pitch over the remainder of the season.

Tony Cox

Acting Chairman 

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Andy Hunt's statement
re his appointment at
Tooting & Mitcham United FC


Andy joins Tooting & Mitcham United with a huge amount of experience in football management. He has managed at this level at Godalming Town FC, where he worked with Paul Dale (formerly a successful first team coach at TMUFC), and also at Fleet Town FC.


At Godalming, Andy rebuilt a squad left with no players after being moved to the Southern League South West Division. He secured Step 4 status comfortably and, despite another move into the Central Division, made great progression with the team to push for promotion as well as reach the Surrey Senior Cup final.At Fleet, as a joint manager, Andy secured Step 4 status against all odds in 2018.


Since then, he has founded and developed a successful international football academy with business partner Ross Weatherstone. The academy attracts some very exciting young players from all around the world. 


Andy said: “Over the last few months a number of opportunities to return to 1st team football have been presented to me, but nothing has felt right until contact was made from Tooting.  This is a fantastic football club with huge history and unbelievable potential.  Right now it finds itself in a tough situation but from what I’ve seen, everything is in place to make great progress on the pitch.  I’m really looking forward to being in the dugout against Ashford and helping the club move forward.”

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Hot on the heels of the new co-manager, we can welcome 4 new players to Imperial Fields

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Elijas Bagdonavicius

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Jayden Hutchings


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Lewis Hoy


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Ryan Lopes


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