Club History Football FORMED IN 1972 The Club was originally formed as Tadburn Boys in 1972 by a local policeman to allow local boys to have some fun, focus their energy and keep them out of mischief. The seventies proved to be golden years for the first Tadburn teams who were very strong in all age groups. Trophies followed and by the mid 70’s the Tadburn name was at the forefront of youth football in southern Hampshire.SPIRIT OF ‘76 This was the year Tadburn first wore the yellow and blue strip. This strip was donated to the Club hot off the success of The Saints FA Cup win over Manchester United. The famed away strip worn by Saints was given to the all conquering and un-beaten Tadburn Under 10s team. With a Roll of Honour spreading over 40+ years Tadburn has a heritage matched by very few other clubs in the local leagues. The club is proud to have had past players sign professionally and even one former Tadburn player signing and playing with a Premiership team.THE NAME In 2000 the Club changed name from Tadburn Boys to Tadburn Youth Football Club (Tadburn YFC). At the same time the Club welcomed girls from Under 8 to Under 14. Finally, in 2011, the Club underwent another change when the name Romsey Town Youth FC was voted in. Romsey Town Youth - over 40 years on, still having fun and keeping out of mischief!