Burnham Ramblers Football Club is a football club based in Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex, England. They are currently members of the and play at Leslie Fields.HistoryThe club was established in 1900. They played in the North Essex League and the South East Essex League, as well as the Mid-Essex League. They also briefly played in the Premier Division of the South Essex League from 1933 until 1937. In the Mid-Essex League the club won Division One in 1927–28 and the Premier Division in 1954–55 and 1962–63, before becoming founder members of the Essex Olympian League in 1966. They were league champions in its first season and went on to finish as runners-up the following season.In 1985 Burnham moved up to the Essex Senior League. They won the Harry Fisher Trophy in 1996–97 with a 2–1 win against Stansted in the final. In 1999–2000 they finished third, missing out on the title on goal difference. They were runners-up in 2004–05, also winning the Tolleshunt D'Arcy Cup, and won the Gordon Brasted Memorial Trophy in 2008–09, beating Enfield 1893 2–1 in the final. They won it again in 2010–11 with a 4–2 win over Eton Manor after extra time. In 2012–13 they won the league, earning promotion to Division One North of the Isthmian League; they also won the Gordon Brasted Memorial Trophy again with a 8–2 win against Enfield 1893. However, they finished bottom of the division in 2014–15 and were relegated back to the Essex Senior League.