Farleigh Rovers Football Club is a football club based in Warlingham, Surrey, England. The club are currently members of the and play at Parsonage Field.HistoryThe club was established in 1922 and were initially known as Farleigh & Chelsham. They joined the Edenbridge and Caterham League in 1923 and won the Sportsmans Cup in their first season in the league. They were Division Two champions in 1931–32 and Division One champions in 1956–57. In 1958 the club transferred to the Croydon League, which they won in 1959–60 and 1969–70.In 1976 Farleigh joined the Surrey Intermediate League. They won Division Three in 1978–79 and were Premier Division champions in 1981–82. In 1982 the club were founder members of the Surrey Premier League, winning it in its first two seasons. They were subsequently promoted to the Combined Counties League in 1984. In 1994 the club dropped back into the Surrey Premier League, which was now known as the Surrey County Senior League. They finished bottom of the league in 1995–96 and 1999–2000, but won the league's Premier Cup in 2002–03. They returned to the Combined Counties League when the Surrey County Senior League became its Division One in 2003. In 2014–15 they won Division One but were denied promotion due to ground grading issues.GroundThe club initially played at Farleigh Common, before buying the land that was to become Parsonage Field in 1959 following a collection amongst the players. They played at the Croydon Arena during the 2010–11 due to Parsonage Field not having floodlights.