History

Hilltop is a FA Charter Standard Development Club founded in North West London in 2005. The Hilltop men’s first team is a member of the Middlesex Premier Division and play at the Middlesex Stadium, home of Hillingdon Borough FC. 

In 2007/08 the club joined Division Three of the Middlesex County League. After 3 seasons in the same division, Hilltop left the league. The club re-entered the League in the 2014/15 season in Division Two. In the 2015/16 Season, the club got relegated to Division Three.

After restructuring management, the club was promoted to Division Two of the Middlesex County League in the 2017-2018 season. Hilltop proudly won the League in our first attempt which earned us a promotion to Division One.

In the 2018/19 season, the club won the league undefeated, and only conceding 13 goals during the whole season. The club also won 6-1 in the Middlesex County Junior Cup Final and lost in the final of the Jim Rodgers Presidents Cup to Clapton CFC.

Hilltop subsequently won the Division One title in 2018–19 doing a domestic double, then entered the English football league system.

The club has expanded in recent years, with two men’s reserve teams that play in the Islington Midweek League, the women’s first team that play in the Clapham Women’s Saturday League and the U16 team who compete in the Middlesex Youth League.