Just back from being rutted by the Stags of Totton. Despite the heavy defeat dished out to Tavistock we were made welcome. Great help with my camera and tripod from a young volunteer of the Club. His name escapes me. My only little criticism was many people walking through our away officials seats to get to theirs before and at half time. Apart from that a good day Despite the result.
The club initially played at South Testwood Park, before moving to Testwood Park in December 1933. After the 1975 merger with Totton Athletic floodlights were installed. The ground had stands on either side of the pitch, one of which was seated and the other for standing. In February 2011 the club moved to the Testwood Stadium on Salisbury Road, playing their first match on 9 February with 744 watching them beat Paulton Rovers 5–1. The ground cost a reported £2.5 million to build, and has a capacity of 3,000, of which 500 are seated and covered. The ground is also used by Southampton F.C. Women and the Southampton B team.