Sevenoaks Town Football Club was established 1883. The club is a FA Charter Standard Community Club and one of the largest clubs in the south east.
On 26th April 1883 Sevenoaks Town played Royal Arsenal, at the time the only professional team in the South of England. Over 1000 spectators watched the game with all the proceeds from the match donated to two local hospitals.
In 1900/01 Sevenoaks Town won the Sevenoaks Charity Cup for the first team. They won the cup again in 1904/05 and 1905/06. In 1906 Sevenoaks Town became one of the founder members of the current Sevenoaks & District League.
In 1951 Sevenoaks Town amalgamated with local team, St John's United and became members of the Kent Amateur League.
In 1965/66 the club won the Division One League Cup and in 1968/69 and 1975/76 where crowned champions of the Premier Division.
In 1984 the Western and Eastern regions of the Kent Amateur League merged to become the Kent County Football League. Sevenoaks Town won the Premier League in its first season and again in 1995/96 and 2002/03.
Other trophies won include Intermediate Challenge Cup twice, Inter-Regional Cup twice, Kent Junior Cup three times and Sevenoaks Charity Cup twelve times.
In 2016/17 SCEFL League Cup winners
In 2017/18 SCEFL League Champions
In 2003/04 the club started to make considerable ground improvements including changing rooms and the installation of floodlights, the improvements continued to be made and In 2017 we installed a 3G pitch which was supplied and installed by Bourne Sports
The club now runs junior teams from U7's to U18's competing across a variety of local and regional leagues accommodating players of all abilities; this includes the Kent Girls and Ladies Football League, the Crowborough and District Junior Football League, the Tandridge Youth League, Maidstone Invicta Primary League and the Kent Youth League. The club also runs a popular Saturday-morning Foundation Centre for players up to the age of eleven.
The senior section of the club runs seven teams; the first team play in the BetVictor South East League, the reserve team play in the Suburban League and our two veterans teams play in the Southern Veterans League, the Powerchair teams play in the National and Regional Leagues, the Ladies team plays in the South East Counties Womens League.
Sevenoaks Town Football Club Ltd is a private company limited by guarantee without share capital. The club's company registration number is 07298016 and full legal name is Sevenoaks Town Football Club Limited.
Sevenoaks Town FC was established.
St. John's United FC.
Junior section established.
Obtained FA Charter Standard Community Club status.
Became a registered charity.
Awarded Charter Standard Community Club of the Year.
Chairman and Director
Frank Le Sbirel