Physical Recreation

Braishfield Football Club

Braishfield Football Club plays on the Recreation Ground, formed in 1907, making it one of the oldest clubs in the county, and one of the oldest strictly amateur clubs in England. They currently have two adult men’s teams, who play on Saturday afternoons in the Southampton Football League. The Club has a new pavilion at the primary school end of the Recreation Ground which is also used as a community building by the wider community.Ground which is also used as a community building by the wider community.
More information and fixtures can be found on the Club website at

Contacts: Club Chairman Kevin Hitchcock 07583 171749 or Club Secretary Lee Whitelock 07935 292964,

Braishfield Bees Football

Braishfield Bees are the junior section of Braishfield Football Club whose home ground is The Recreation Ground, Braishfield. The club caters for age groups Under 8 to Under 16, all age groups have a dedicated management team with at least 1 FA qualified coach per age group with teams playing in the top Divisions of the Testway Youth Football League (TWYFL) playing on Saturday mornings.
The club are keen to welcome boys and girls into their teams, we are also amongst the most progressive in the area and every year send at least one age group on a subsidised European Tour.
More information and fixtures can be found on the Club website at:
To contact a club member, please send an email to:

Braishfield Cricket Club

A Social Cricket Club playing against local teams on the pitch in Dummers Road and on tours. Sundays 2.30pm, 20-30 matches per season including some weekday evening games. All ages and standards welcome.

Contact: Andy Briggs (Captain)


Braishfield Golf Society

Formed in 2012 and already with a membership of over 30, the Society is for golfers in the Village to enjoy golf on local courses mainly in the summer months. All standards welcome and handicaps not necessary.

Contact: Richard Brazier 368414 or

Trim Trail

For basic fitness this 12 station exercise equipment on the Recreation Ground is available all year round for both Adults and Children.

Ultimate Frisby

Since the late 1990s played in Braishfield, from ages 16 to 60. If you are reasonably fit , want to get fitter and think you can throw and catch a Frisbee, join in. Tuition given, rules are simple (similar to basketball except throwing a Frisbee ). Learn trick throws over time. All you need are trainers /old tee shirt/ track suit joggers. Every Sunday evening from Easter on Braishfield Recreation ground. 6pm until 8pm rain or dry. Romsey School Astro in winter months.
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See more: Ultimate Frisbee

Contact: Malcolm Baker 07805 255413 or

Short Tennis

We meet Tues, Wed and Friday mornings, from 9.30 until 11 with a coffee break. A friendly group who play for exercise and enjoyment, no previous experience is necessary. It is played on the badminton court with short raquets and a sponge ball. Very good exercise! First enquires contact:

Contact: Nicky Smith  368613.

Table Tennis

Group meets on Thursday evenings from 7pm – 9pm in the Social Club.

Contact: Jane Bennett 368109 or


There are several beautiful country walks on established footpaths in and around the village. Please observe the country code at all times. Peter White is the footpaths representative for the Parish Council. A useful footpath map is Ordnance Survey Explorer 131.
See also the sketch map and details on the Footpaths page of this web-site

If you experience any issues with the footpaths please contact:  Peter White 368203 or email Peter White

Southamton CTC Cycling Group

Local led bike rides. Easy-paced and more challenging led rides starting from Romsey, Woodley and (in future) Abbotswood. Social events too.
Visit the website: Southampton CTC or for women only

Contact: Viv McKay 368207 or Southampton CTC

Romsey Road Runners

See website:

Steady and Strong

The Hampshire ‘Steady & Strong’ community exercise programme is designed to help older people regain and maintain strength, balance and coordination. Through being active, the chances of keeping mobile, staying independent and preventing falls are significantly increased. Active people are more likely to have better mood, be less anxious, have better memory, sleep better and have more social contacts. Please see the following document: Steady and Strong
The group meets weekly in Village Hall on a Tuesday from 1.15 to 2.15
For further information contact: Jenny Pawson 07845 530855