The Civil Service Football Club is acknowledged as the sole surviving association amateur football club from the original eleven clubs who founded The Football Association (FA) at the Freemasons’ Tavern, Great Queen Street in London on 26 October 1863.
We are the only existing founder member club of the English FA. We helped create and played in the first ever FA Challenge Cup competition in the 1871/72 season (and provided both umpires for the first final). We are a founder member of some of the oldest amateur leagues in the world.
Ten teams for all ages, genders, abilities and superb facilities. Play in the Men's Southern Amateur League, Women's Greater London Football League or West London Veterans Football League. There is a buzzing social calendar and plenty of activities run throughout the course of the season.