AC London Football Club

Academic Club London Football Club, commonly known as AC London, was a semi-professional football club based in London, England. The club was expelled from the Combined Counties Football League in November 2018 and folded.


The club was established by Prince Choudary as a youth team in July 2012 as a response to the 2011 London riots, before adding a full age team the following year, with Choudary becoming the youngest manager and chairman in senior football. They applied to join the Kent Invicta League for the 2015–16 season, and despite initially being turned down, were eventually accepted. They finished tenth in their first season, after which they were transferred to the Combined Counties League. In 2016–17 the club won the Division One Challenge Cup, beating Redhill in the final.

At the end of the 2017–18 season, the club were expelled from the Combined Counties League following a vote at a league EGM. However, the club started the 2018–19 season still in the league after the club appealed and whilst a FA investigation was carried out. When the investigation was concluded in November 2018, the club were removed from the league.

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