Wealdstone Football Club is an association football club, based in Ruislip, Middlesex. Founded 124 years ago in 1899, the team currently compete in the National League, the 5th tier of English football.
They play their home matches at Grosvenor Vale, and are nicknamed "The Stones".
The team's playing kit is manufactured by Kelme.
Wealdstone Football Club was formed at the start of the 1899/1900 season, when it competed in the Willesden & District League.
It won its first Championship of the same league in 1904/05, but has since been proven to have links to a series of preceding clubs as the result of mergers and demergers.
In 1929/30 the club won the Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup and Middlesex Senior Charity Cup for the first time, and they have since won each trophy eleven times.
In 1946, Wealdstone took part in the first televised football match, and in 1949 they experienced their first FA Cup tie against a Football League side.
In 1971, the club turned professional and joined the Southern League, eventually making their way back to the Football Conference.
In 2008, they moved to their own ground at Grosvenor Vale and in 2014 they became Ryman Premier League champions, winning promotion to the Vanarama National League South.
In 2019/20 they were promoted to the National League and in 2021/22 they finished in 16th place, their highest league position for 35 years.