The Last Few Fixtures

The season is drawing to a close with the last few home fixtures announced. It is your last chance to come and support Croydon FC and help us make next season even better!

Saturday March 17th v Whitstable Town
Saturday March 24th v Erith Town
BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY April 2nd v Tunbridge Wells
Saturday April 7th v Cray Valley ***65TH ANNIVERSARY***
Saturday April 21st v Deal Town ***Last Game of the season***


65th Anniversary - Your invite

CROYDON Football Club is delighted today to announce a fantastic event to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the club’s foundation.      

The event will take place in the Milsted Rooms @ Croydon Arena, on Saturday 7th April 2018 from 1pm, ALL ARE WELCOME.

Also taking place on the day is Croydon FC v Cray Valley @ 3pm with free admission to former players and officials. Please let everybody know about the event and if you are a former player and planning to attend please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so we can look out for you on arrival.

One last thing, if anybody reading this has old Croydon FC / Croydon Womens FC / Croydon Social photos, please email them to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


2017/2018 Fixtures

Season is has finished, come down and see The Trams play or even better follow them away next season. Your support matters!

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General Meeting



To be held at Croydon Football Club Clubhouse at Croydon Sports Arena on Thursday 7th December 2017 at 6.30pm


1 Apologies for absence
2 Approval of previous years AGM minutes
3 Chairmans report
4 Adoption of Accounts at 31st August 2017
5 Election of Accountant
6 Membership subscriptions for year commencing 1.8.2018
7 The future for Croydon Football Club
8 A O B


The Buildbase FA Vase

Croydon face Crowbourough in The Buildbase FA Vase second round proper. This will be a tough challenge but the team is up for it.

The Buildbase FA Trophy and The Buildbase FA Vase are two competitions which truly embody The FA’s mission statement of football ‘for all’. Formed in 1969 and 1974 respectively, the Trophy and Vase offer smaller clubs up and down the country the opportunity to battle their way through a knockout competition to grace the hallowed turf of Wembley Stadium connected by EE. Since their conception, the two competitions have continued to flourish, with 276 teams accepted into the Trophy and 619 teams accepted into the Vase for the 2017/18 season.

Last season saw the second combined Non-League Finals Day take place at Wembley Stadium. Full of the passion and dedication which is characteristic to the grassroots game, almost 40,000 fans descended upon Wembley Way to watch two high class fixtures at the national stadium. South Shields wrapped up an impressive season with a 4-0 win against Cleethorpes Town, whilst York City edged out Macclesfield Town in a closely contested 3-2 victory.

The stadium bowl was awash with noise and colour, whilst Wembley’s inner concourses were transformed into four themed pubs culminating in a real sense of community at the national stadium. The day also gave us the opportunity to champion two volunteers from each of the finalists, who’d dedicated such time and energy to the benefit of their beloved club. The eight individuals - in a range of different roles - were presented an award by The FA Chairman in front of the fans before kick-off and received the recognition and acclaim their efforts deserved.