Cove Football Club is a football club based in Cove near Farnborough in Hampshire, England. Affiliated to the Hampshire Football Association, the club are currently members of the and play at Oak Farm.HistoryThe club was established in 1897 and joined the Aldershot Senior League. They won the Division Four Cup in 1930–31, before going on to win Division Two in 1932–33. The club moved up to the Surrey Intermediate League, winning back-to-back league titles in 1949–50 and 1950–51, and then again in 1952–53 and 1953–54. They went on to win the Premier Cup in 1959–60 and the Challenge Cup in 1960–61 and 1961–62, before winning the league for a fifth time in 1963–64. After winning the Premier Cup again in 1964–65, the club won a sixth Surrey Intermediate League title in 1967–68.In 1972 Cove joined Division Four of the Hampshire League. They won the division at the first attempt, earning promotion to Division Three. In 1976–77 the club were Division Three champions and were promoted to Division Two. At the end of the 1980–81 season the club transferred to the Western Division of the expanded Combined Counties League. The following season saw the league revert back to a single division. After finishing third in the league in 1989–90, the club were promoted to Division Two South of the Isthmian League. At the end of their first season in the league, reorganisation saw them moved into Division Three, where they remained until leaving to rejoin the Combined Counties League at the end of the 1995–96 season due to the financial impact of playing at a higher level.