Bedfont & Feltham are celebrating the 70th anniversary of the formation of precursor club Tudor Park FC in 2016.

The first Tudor Park FC was formed in the mid-1930s. In those days, the team consisted of residents on the local housing estate, and the ground on which they played was an allotment site adjoining Clifton Avenue and Elmwood Avenue. After two seasons, it was disbanded.

The club was reformed in 1946 after the end of the Second World War before becoming Feltham FC in 1963.

The club merged with Hounslow in 1990, becoming Feltham & Hounslow Borough for five seasons, prior to continuing under the Feltham FC moniker.

In 2012, they amalgamated with Bedfont Football and Social Club to become Bedfont & Feltham FC.

The Tudor Park legacy lives on as the crest of the club features both the peacock of Bedfont and the Tudor rose, which was on the original club logo.

Rob Healy has been researching the early days of the club and has created a website, , to display the full history of the club and is keen to garner as much information as possible.

He said: “Anyone who has information, programmes or results can contact me and I will add the information to the website.

“I am already indebted to former player Mick Segger for providing me with my initial batch of documents and photographs, along with a blazer badge depicting the original Tudor Park crest.

“Also to Richard Seuke, who’s father Willie was goalkeeper for Tudor Park and went on to become a stalwart at the club right through to the late 2000s, and to former Feltham FC manager Duncan Holden for providing images of his father’s Tudor Park football shirt.”

Rob can be reached on

Bedfont & Feltham are currently sitting in third place in the Combined Counties Division One, 11 points behind leaders CB Hounslow and do not have a game this weekend.

CB are hosting bottom side Farleigh Rovers and will be looking to stretch their lead at the top of the table.

In the Combined Counties Premier Division, Bedfont Sports host Chertsey, while Hanworth Villa are at home to Guildford City.