Club Mission 

“Croydon Football Club will play a positive and meaningful role in our community.

Working with youth, like-minded organisations and individuals, we are an enabler for social mobility, creating opportunities within football and beyond.

Our football teams set high standards both on and off the pitch, combining good character and positive attitudes. We have a welcoming, diverse fanbase and greatly value our volunteers and members.”

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Supporters Committee

Croydon FC recognises the vital importance and crucial work of the long established and passionate volunteer support base which continues to allow the club to function  week in, week out.

The 2022 AGM voted in a new constitution which formally created a Club Committee of volunteers and members which will work closely with the Board in the future of Croydon.

If you are interested in volunteering for the club, please get in touch via the contact form below

Upcoming Events

June 25th 2022: Pre-season starts

July 3rd 2022: Croydon FC attending the South Norwood Community Festival

August 6th 2022: New Season starts!

Board of Directors

Chair

Gavin English

Company Secretary

Michelle Fitzgerald

Corporate & Sponsorship

Don Betson

Health and Safety

Gerry Nyakana

Vice Chair

Tony Blencowe

Director of Football

Kevin Molloy

Hospitality & Legal

Joe McKenna

Life President & Matchday Secretary

Andy Hillburn

Club Secretary

Sally Maher

Partnerships & Fundraising

Liam Blencowe

Treasurer

James Fotheringham

Achievements

Highest Attendance

At Selhurst Park vs Millwall (FA Cup Second Round) December 1979
At Albert Road vs Wycombe Wanderers (FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round) Oct 1975; and
vs Dorking (SSFL Charity Cup) May 1954

Leading Goalscorers

Fred Morris – 147 goals in 229 appearances
Dennis Harkness – 139 goals in 176 appearances
Peter McCluskey – 124 goals in 196 appearances
Tony Luckett – 115 goals in 409 appearances plus 11 as substitute
Alec Jackson – 111 goals in 442 appearances plus 9 as substitute

Most Appearances

Alec Jackson – 442 appearances plus 9 as subsitute
Tony Luckett – 409 appearances plus 11 as substitute

Biggest Win

11-0 v Banstead Athletic, Surrey Senior League (1960-61)

Heaviest Defeats

0-14 v Staines Town 19th March (1993-1994)
1-14 v Berkhamsted Town 2nd April (1993-1994)

Longest Undefeated Run
1975-76 undefeated in forty-two league games when gaining promotion from the Isthmian League Second Division to the First Division (now Premier)

Club Honours

LEAGUES

Surrey Senior League (1953-63)

First Team
League – Runners-up 1956-57, 1960-61, 1962-63
League Cup – Winners 1960-61, 1962-63 (Finalists 1953-54, 1959-60, 1961-62)
Charity Cup Winners 1962-63 (Finalists 1957-58, Shared 1953-54 with Dorking)

Reserves
League Champions 1957-58, 1960-61, 1961-62 (Runners-up 1953-54, 1959-60, 1962-63)
League Cup Winners 1960-61

Spartan League (1963-64)

First Team 

League Champions 1963-64

Athenian League (1964-74)

First Team
Division Two Champions 1965-66 (Runners-Up 1970-71)
Division One Runners-Up 1971-72
Reserves
Division One Champions 1967-68
Division Two Champions 1970-71
Neale Trophy Finalists 1967-68

 

Isthmian League (1974-2006)

First Team
Division One Champions 1999-00
Division Two Runners-Up 1975-76 (re-titled First Division 1977-78)
League Cup Finalists 1974-75, 2000-01
Full Members Winners 1999-00

Youth Team
Youth Cup Winners 1978-79
Kent League League Cup Winners 2008-09
Charity Shield Winners 2009-10


Kent League (2006-09)
Combined Counties League (2009-13)
Southern Counties East-nee Kent (2013-to date)

 

 

 

Club Honours

CUPS

Surrey FA Cups

Senior Cup Winners 1981-82
Finalists 1976-77, 1999-00
Premier Cup Winners 1986-87
Intermediate Cup Finalists 1966-67, 1971-72

London FA Cups

Senior Cup Winners 2001-02 (Finalists 1977-78)
Intermediate Cup Finalists 1971-72

Southern Youth League League Champions 1985-86
League Cup Winners 1985-86, 1987-88, 1996-987, 2008-09

 

FA Cup Best: 1979-80 Second Round Proper v Millwall – 1-1 at Selhurst Park and then 2-3 defeat aet at The Den
FA Trophy Best: 2nd Round (last 32) – 1981-82 a) v Worcester City L1-4 1982-83 a) v Northwich Victoria L0-1 
FA Vase Best: 4th Round (last 32) – 1994-95 h) v Oxford City L 1-2 2008-09 a) v Biggleswade Town L 1-2 2016-17 a) v Team Solent L 0-3 
FA Amateur Cup Third Round (last 8) 1971-72 a) v Hayes L1-3 FA Youth Cup Fourth Round 1977-78 a) v Peterborough United L 1-4 

 

 

 

Croydon Women’s FC
FA Cup Winners 1995-96, 1999-00 (Finalists 1997-98)
Premier League Champions 1998-99, 1999-00
Premier League Cup Finalists 1999-00
Surrey Cup Winners 1999-00

 

 

 

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