Old Isleworthians Youth have big plans for the future.
Not only have they moved to a new training ground and pitches at Lampton School, but the club is planning to form a partnership with Brentford FC's Community Sports Trust.
Their teams are flying too, with the U14s surviving their toughest test of the season so-far on Sunday.
The Surrey Premier League leaders were paired with neighbours Isleworth Colts in the County Cup and had to battle for a 1-0 victory, thanks to a Swaylee Marks strike.
While they have a tie against Ridgeway Rovers to look forward to in the next round, the U14 Bs were knocked out by Harefield United.
The U11s, coached by former Brentford star Andy Myers, made short work of their first-ever County Cup match, disposing of Wealdstone 6-0.
Their new midfield formation of Joe Noakes, Rylan Myers and Joe Okusaga worked a treat, while Taran Nadhra was a star at right-back, as they earned a tie with CB Hounslow United in the next round.
Top scorers of the day, however, were the U15s, who earned a tie with Whetstone Wanderers by thrashing Limassol FC 10-1.
Hakim Miiro hit a hat-trick, but Thomas Brunton bagged the man-of-the-match award for scoring two and setting up two.
Goals from Aaron Spencer, Ryan Forster, Jordan Cummings, Daniel Brierly and Duaine Crichlow completed the rout.
The U16s also played a team which made it sound more like a European Cup tie, and hammered Panathinaikos 5-1.
Star man Scott Hastings hit a double, while Bidemi Okelana, Adam Gilbert and Jack Murphy were on the mark too.
Man-of-the-match Daniel O'Connell and Luis Robinson-Ventour struck to earn the U9s a 2-2 draw with Halliford Colts.
Ani Lanni looked sharp up front, while Luke Fanning and Archie Henley made some game-saving tackles.
Arun Bashin's man-of-the-match display helped the U8s to a goalless draw with Esher, but even star man Jamie Kelly's best efforts could not prevent a 4-0 defeat to Epsom & Ewell Colts for the U15 Bs.
* THE U11s and U14s are looking for new players. Call Mike Molyneux on 07786 854567 for more.