Croydon Women's Football Club was initally founded in 1991 as Bromley Borough, but soon became Croydon Women's FC in 1994.
The Trams 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 represent Charlton Athletic Women's Football Club.
Many Croydon legends rose from these successful years, including 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.
2019 was the year of Croydon's comeback, as an under 18's side played in the Surrey County Women and Girl's League.
The followig year (2020) saw the team progress to an open age team, where they competed in the Greater London Women League.
Following promotion within the first few seasons, Croydon Women FC now compete in the South East Counties Womens Football League on a weekly basis, alongside an exciitng FA Cup run for the first time in 23 years!