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2022 First Team Staff
Manager - Liam Giles
1st Team Coach - Matt Capon
Assistant Managers - Taylor Maddock & John Gladwin
S&C Coach/Physio - Ben Gladden
Croydon Amateurs FC was founded on 17th April 1953 to provide senior amateur football at the newly built Croydon Sports Arena and there has been a senior team in existence uninterrupted since then. Croydon FC currently play in the Southern Counties East Football League, First Division. (Link: https://scefl.com/category/first-division)
Croydon finished eighth in the league in the 2021/22 season with 60 points (18 wins, 6 draws, 14 losses), scoring 67 goals and conceding 62. Matches are played on Saturday’s and Wednesday’s with training sessions weekly.
For the 2022/23 season, Croydon have appointed a new manager, Tyler Chambers, who joins from a successful period with Merstham FC. He will be supported by assistant manager Joe Brown (add link to news story).
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If you think you have what it takes to become part of the Trams, then please get in touch with our staff. We are always on the look out for talented players to be a part of the Team.
Founded in 1991 as Bromley Borough, the club became Croydon Women’s FC in 1994. After a period of success, the team was disbanded after player departures but reformed in 2019 and in 2020 became members of the Greater London Women League. Former Croydon WFC players include English Football Hall of Fame inductees: Hope Powell; Debbie Bampton; Pauline Cope; Brenda Sempare
The team are based at Croydon Arena with home matches played at Club Langley FC. All information about the team and participation can be found at the website here: https://www.croydonwfc.co.uk/
Become a Player
If you think you have what it takes to become part of the Womens Trams, then please get in touch with our staff. We are always on the look out for talented players to be a part of the Team.
Croydon FC has been a multi-year supporter of the Kinetic Foundation. The charity’s flagship programme, Kinetic Academy is an inclusive post-16 Football Academy in partnership with the Harris Federation. The programme encourages every student to stay in education and complete a university recognised course, all whilst pursuing their football dreams.
This education environment, partnered with a structured football programme, provides each student with an invaluable structure to help them develop and ensures there is no compromise on educational potential.”