Team, Place & City Details

Hythe & Dibden F.C.

Hythe & Dibden Football Club is a football club based in Hythe, near Southampton in Hampshire. They are currently members of the Wessex League Division One and play at Clayfields.

Hythe Town F.C.

Hythe Town Football Club is a football club based in Hythe, Kent, England. They are currently members of the Isthmian League South East Division and play at the Reachfields Stadium.

Hastings United F.C.

Hastings United Football Club, previously known as Hastings Town, is a semi-professional football club based in Hastings, East Sussex. They currently play in the Isthmian League South East Division and have played their home games at The Pilot Field since 1985, after the demise of the previous Hastings United, whose identity they took on following a name change in 2002.

Hythe, Hampshire
Hythe, Hampshire

Hythe () is a town near Southampton, Hampshire, England. It is located by the shore of Southampton Water, and has a ferry service connecting it to Southampton.

Hythe

Hythe, from Anglo-Saxn hȳð, may refer to a landing-place, port or haven, either as an element in a toponym, such as Rotherhithe in London, or to:

Hythe, Kent
Hythe, Kent

Hythe () is a small coastal market town on the edge of Romney Marsh, in the district of Folkestone and Hythe on the south coast of Kent. The word Hythe or Hithe is an Old English word meaning haven or landing place.

Hythe Pier, Railway and Ferry
Hythe Pier, Railway and Ferry

Hythe Pier, the Hythe Pier Railway and the Hythe Ferry provide a link between the English port city of Southampton and the Hampshire village of Hythe on the west side of Southampton Water. It is used both by commuters and tourists, and forms an important link in the Solent Way and E9 European coastal paths.

Hythe, Alberta
Hythe, Alberta

Hythe is a village surrounded by the County of Grande Prairie No. 1 in northwestern Alberta, Canada.

Hythe (UK Parliament constituency)

Hythe was a constituency centred on the town of Hythe in Kent. It returned two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons until 1832, when its representation was reduced to one member.