Greenwich Borough

Address Mayplace Road East, Bexleyheath, DA7 6JT
Founded 1928
Stadium Mayplace Ground
Club Kit club kit photo
Affiliated to: Kent FA

Matchday pass numbers: 161-166
Chairman: Steve Pascal
0208 8505220
Secretary: Audrey Simpson
0208 8505220
Correspondence address: Attn: Club Secretary, Greenwich Borough FC, Quest House Suite 2, Ground Floor, 125-135 Staines Road, Hounslow, England, TW3 3JB
Fixtures Secretary: Martin West

07956 379 393
Colours: Shirts: Red with white sleeves; Shorts & Socks: Red; Keeper Shirt: Green
Change strip: Shirts: Blue; Shorts: Black; Socks: Blue; Keeper Shirt: Yellow
Manager: Ben Kotey
07958 403553
Assistant Manager: Reginald Boatswain
Midweek home games: Wednesday
Brief Directions: Phoenix Sports Club is based between Bexleyheath and Crayford on Mayplace Road East.The 492 Bus stops outside. Car Parking available in the school opposite.

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Greenwich Borough - History   Formed between the two Wars, in 1928, the current incarnation of Greenwich Borough began life as the rather wordier Woolwich Borough Council Athletic Club and enjoyed instant success by winning the Woolwich and District League title in their first season of existence. However, after an unspectacular stint in the Kent County Amateur League in which they suffered more relegations than successes, the club dropped into the South London Alliance and enjoyed a huge upturn in fortunes, winning eight league titles in eleven years. A change in the London Borough boundaries was reflected in the club’s renaming as London Borough of Greenwich Football Club in 1965 and, in 1977, a change of leagues as they moved up to the London Spartan League where they remained until 1984. It was in 1980 that the club’s identity underwent its final switch and by the end of the decade Greenwich Borough had established themselves as one of the county’s premier sides, having by now transferred back to the Kent League. But despite winning back-to-back league titles, they were prevented from being promoted to the Southern League when the council refused permission for the necessary ground improvements to take place. With just a couple of exceptions, Borough were annual top-half finishers from the late 1990s through to the latter part of the noughties, until their championship success of 2016 earned them promotion to the Isthmian League. After a few troubled years on and off the field Borough now return to the SCEFL Premier Division with a new Manager, a new home ground, but still the same hunger for success.