Corinthian-Casuals Football Club is an association football club, based in Tolworth, Surrey. Founded 84 years ago in 1939, the team currently compete in the Isthmian League Premier Division, the 7th tier of English football.
They play their home matches at King George V Arena, and are nicknamed "The Casuals".
The team's playing kit is manufactured by SKkits.
The Corinthian-Casuals Football Club was formed in 1939 following the merger of two great amateur sides, the Corinthians (founded in 1882) and the Casuals (formed in 1883).
They toured France in 1940 before the league was suspended for World War II.
After the war, they rejoined the Isthmian League and achieved some success, reaching the FA Amateur Cup Final in 1956 and the 1st Round of the FA Cup in 1965/66.
In 1973, they were relegated to Division 2 due to a change in ground-sharing rules.
The club regained their place in the Isthmian League in 1996, and made it to Division 1 South in 2001.
They were relegated again in 2005 but reprieved due to other clubs leaving or merging.
In 2006, Brian Adamson was appointed as new manager and fortunes began to improve.
The team had mixed results until 2008 when they celebrated 125 years of football with a commemorative match at Wembley Stadium.
In 2010 they won the Surrey Senior Cup for the first time in 57 years.
In 2015 they returned to Brazil to take on SC Corinthians Paulista's First XI, and in 2019 they won the Egri Erbstein Tournament in Hungary.