BLACKFIELD & Langley FC was formed in 1935, playing in the Hythe and District League during the Second World War.

After the conflict, the club joined the Southampton Junior League – claiming the Division One title in 1946.

They completed the double the following year by becoming champions of the Southampton League West Division and by winning the Southampton Senior Cup.

The club joined the Hampshire League West division in 1950, entering Division Three West.

The club yo-yoed between Division Two and and Division Four for more than 20 years before the Hampshire League was restructured in 1980 and Blackfield & Langley were repositioned in Division Three.

By 1985 the club were playing in the top division – even clinching the championship at the end of the 1997-98 season.

Despite being champions, the club were denied promotion to the Wessex League as they failed to meet ground grading requirements.

They spent two more seasons in the Hampshire League club before they were promoted to the Wessex League.

The following year, during the 2001-02 season, the club made their debut in the FA Cup.

After relegation to Division Two of the Wessex League in 2004, the club got promotion the the Premier Division at the end of the 2008-09 season.

Blackfield & Langley became Premier Division champions for the 2012-13 season but weren’t promoted to the Southern Football League or the Isthmian League because they didn’t apply for promotion.