Cray Wanderers F.C.

Sport Soccer
Country England England
Home town Bromley
Founding year 1860
Website www.craywands.co.uk

Cray Wanderers F.C is an English semi-professional association football club which is based in Bromley in London. This is also one of the oldest football clubs in the world. The Chairman of the club is Gary Hillman whereas Ian Jenkins is the manager of the club. At present, this club plays their home matches at Haynes Lane ground in Bromley which has a capacity of 5,000 spectators.

The ground will be known as the Courage Stadium due to sponsorship reasons. The club was Kent League champions for four times and they have also reached the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup once. The club is the member of the Isthmian League Premier Division after they won to Metropolitan Police by 1-0 in 2009.


Major Achievements


The club has won various titles and honors. Till date, this club won the Kent League in 1901-02, 1980–81, 2002–03 and in 2003–04. They won the London League in 1956-57 and in 1957–58, the Aetolian League in 1962-63, the London Spartan League in 1976-77 and in 1977–78 along with the Play-off title in 2008-09.

The club was the runner up team of the Kent League in 1979-80 and in 1990–91, the London League runners up in 1953-54 and in 1954–55 and the Isthmian League Division One South runner up in 2008-09.
The club gave their best league performance in the 15th in Isthmian League Premier Division in 2009-10, and also were the best FA Cup performers in the 4th qualifying round in 2005–06. Other than that, the club gave their best FA Trophy performance in the 2nd round in 2004–05.

At the Quarter-finals, the club performed their utmost in FA Vase in 1979–80 and in 2003–04. They were also their best in the Kent Senior Cup reaching the finals in 1900–01 and recently in 2007–08.


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