Welcome to a new feature on the website, that will portray the club's long history through team photographs and news articles.
Woodley Town F.C. can trace it's routes back to 1904, while it is thought a team existed in Woodley in the nineteenth century.
The feature starts with two photographs taken from 1993 when the club last won the Reading Challenge Jubilee Cup by defeating Richfield Rovers 4 - 1 in the final played under lights at Palmer Park Stadium.
Neil Titchener 2, Alan Grimsey and Jason Mole were the goal scorers.
On the way to the final the team defeated Lower Earley 9 - 0 after a replay, Forest Old Boys A 5 - 2, Westwood Utd Res 2 - 1 before winning 5 - 1 against Cavershamn Park in the semi final.
The team did the treble that season winning Reading Football League Division Three Kennet before defeating local rival Woodley Arms Reserves (Division Three Thames Champions) 3 - 2 in the play off final to determine the overall Division Three Champions.
Alan Grimsey went on to manage the first team and guided them to promotion into the Senior Division in 2001 - 02 and 2003 - 04 seasons