Hilltop Football club is based in Stonebridge, founded in 2005. They are currently members of the Combined Counties League Division One and groundshare with Hillingdon Borough at the Middlesex Stadium.
In 2007 the club joined Division Three of the Middlesex County League. On the first attempt, the club got promoted to the second division. After 2 seasons playing in the Division Two of the Middlesex County League the club left the league.
The club rejoined the Middlesex County League Division Two in the 2014/15 season, and in the 2015–16 season were relegated to Division 3 having finished last in the league.
The club’s management was then reformed, and success followed. After finishing second in the league, the club was promoted to Division Two. The club won Division 2 the following season, winning promotion to the Middlesex County League’s Division 1.
The 2018/19 season was a turning point for the Club. On the first attempt won the league without losing any games and only conceding 13 goals the whole season. The club also won the Middlesex County Junior Cup, defeating Western Athletic 6-1 in the final. We were denied the treble as we lost the final of the Jim Rodgers Presidents Cup to Clapton CFC.
After the reconstruction of the non-league football pyramid, the club got promoted to Combined Counties Football League Division 1 on the basis of winning the Premier Division of the Middlesex County League in the 2019/20 season on points per game prior to Covid.
The club has developed over the years, and as from the 2021/22 season; we have a reserve team who will be competing in Division 1 of the Middlesex County League, a women’s team competing in the Greater London Women’s Football League, and a number of youth teams.
The club draws many of its players from the Somali community in London. And from time to time we enter Somali tournaments across the world. The club has traveled to Canada and Somalia to participate in these tournaments. We also participate in the Somali British Champions league and currently are the Champions.