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Premier Division

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Glebe FC were founded in 1995 by the present Chairman & his wife, Rocky and Grace McMillan.

From humble beginnings with just 1 Under 8 Team, the club has progressed to one of the biggest and most successful clubs in SE London /Kent area with over 300 locally based members. Today we host 20 Junior Teams, 4 Vets Sides, 1 Ladies Senior Side and, of course, the First XI who play in the SECFL Premier Division, as well as competing in the FA Cup and FA Vase competitions.

We are based in Chislehurst, Kent, with 15 acres of grounds. In the last couple of years, we have moved in and built a wonderful new Sports and Entertaining Complex, comprising of 5 Pitches, a new Stadium Pitch, Floodlit Training Area, Multi-purpose Gym, 2 Reception Rooms with Bars and a Private Members Bar.

We are very proud to have been awarded the prestigious 'London FA Standard Charter Community Club of the Year Award' in 2014, voted by the Executive Committee of the London FA.

First XI honours

 Winners 2015/16 London FA Senior Trophy

 Winners 2015/16 Kent Invicta League Cup

 Champions 2016/17 Southern Counties Eastern Football league 1st Division

 Runners-up 2016/17 London FA Senior Trophy

Our Junior Teams have won countless League Titles, Cups and Tournaments including 10 London Cups at various age groups.

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First Division

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Phoenix Sports Football Club is an English Football Club located in Barnehurst, in Greater London. The club plays in the Isthmian League South Division. Phoenix Sports spent most of its history in the Kent County Football League, with a six-year stint in the Spartan League in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The club was accepted into the newly formed Kent Invicta Football League for the inaugural 2011–12 season.

Phoenix Sports Football Club was formed in 1935 as St. Johns Welling, which later changed its name to Lakeside. They were members of the North Kent League until 1939. After the Second World War the club was renamed Phoenix, as it was seen as rising from the ashes of the previous clubs amid the destruction of the Blitz. They entered the South East London Amateur League in 1948 (their reserves were members of the Sidcup and Dartford Leagues) and in 1951 the club joined the Western Section of the Kent Amateur League, now Kent County Football League, Division Two. They moved up to Division One, finishing runners up twice in the 1950s, and once in the 1970s. The club entered the Spartan League in 1981-82 and competed there until 1991-92. They then returned to the Kent County League Division One West, winning the challenge cup in 1993–94. They won the league in 1999–2000, gaining promotion to the Premier Division, however after two relegations they ended up in Division Two West. They won Division Two West in 2004–05 and Division One West in 2007–08, regaining their Premier Division status. For the 2011–12 season the club was accepted into the Kent Invicta Football League at level 10 of the English Football League System for the league's inaugural season.

In 2012, they became the inaugural runners-up of the Kent Invicta League. In the 2012–13 season, they went one better, winning the Kent Invicta League championship, gaining promotion to the SCEFL. They were Champions of this League in 2014-5, and promoted to the Southern League.

Their Reserve team plays in Division 1 of the Southern Counties East Football League Division One.

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