CROYDON WFC HISTORY

A brief history.....


The club was formed in 1991 as Bromley Borough and went on to become Croydon Women's FC in 1994.


Croydon went on to become one of the top teams in England, winning the league and Women's FA cup 'double' in 1996, the league again, in an undefeated season, in 1999 and another 'double' in 2000.


In 2000 the club disbanded and most of the players went on to form and play for Charlton Athletic Women's Football Club.


In 2019 the club was reformed and spent one season at Under 18 level in the Surrey County Women And Girl's League.


In 2020 we applied to become members of the greater London Women And Girl's League as an open age team.


Former Croydon players include former England Manager and Brighton Manager Hope Powell, Debbie Bampton, Pauline Cope, Brenda Sempare - all Members of The English Football Hall of Fame - as well as many other England International players.



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Hope Powell - Croydon Ladies
Alex Cottier  Croydon Ladies
Tara Proctor -Croydon Ladies
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Croydon Ladies Midfielder Brenda Sempare

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