Club History & Honours

Club History & Honours


GLWFL Premier Division - Champions

Capital Women's Cup (Intermediate Section) - Winners

Bostik Women's Cup - Runners Up


GLWFL John Greenacre Memorial Trophy - Winners


GLWFL Division 2 (South) - Champions

Capital Women's Cup (Junior Section) - Winners

GLWFL Trophy - Winners


GLWFL Division 3 (South) - Champions

Capital Women's Cup (Junior Section) - Runners Up


Started in the summer of 2015 by William Boye, the club began in humble beginnings in the GLWFL Division 3 (South). The 2015/16 season saw us crowned champions of league having only lost one match and reach the final of the Capital Women's Cup, having defeated teams from 2 leagues above. The final was an entertaining affair finishing 4-4 after extra time only to come up short in the penalty shoot out. This was still a successful return for a team in their debut season.

The 2016/17 season saw us promoted to the GLWFL Division 2 (South) where we were champions again, this time going undefeated throughout the season. Further success was to be achieved as we went on to win the Capital Women's Cup defeating Whyteleafe Ladies 5-1 and also won the GLWFL Trophy, defeating Battersea & Hammersmith Ladies 3-2 after coming back from 2-0 down. This capped of a famous season to be treble winners. We also started a development camp, which offered football coaching and playing opportunities to girls aged 5-16 years old.

The 2017/18 Season saw us promoted to the GLWFL Division 1 where we finished 3rd but still gain promotion to the GLWFL Premier Division for the 2018/19 season. We also entered the SSE Women's FA Cup for the first time in our history, reaching the first round proper only to be knocked out by the Women's Premier League (South East) eventual champions MK Dons, who are 3 leagues above. The club still won silverware by defeating Godalming Ladies 8-4 to win the final of the GLWFL John Greenacre Memorial Trophy (League Cup). This season saw us expand the youth setup with an Under 12s team competing in the capital girls league and providing coaching to older age groups up to 16.