History

AC London is a semi professional football club which was established in July 2012 by 16 year old Prince Choudary as a youth team. The first season 2012/13 saw the club promoted with three trophies. Prince was also officially named the youngest manager/Chairman at grassroots level aged just 17.​

AC London shares the Dutch Total Football philosophy, a football style that has helped them get to where they are. 2013/14 saw the club expand and form 3 new teams were formed. The first XI won the league cup in their first season in men’s football and the academy came up trumps against non-league and professional academy sides.​​
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Upon its formation, the club aimed to play semi-professional within 5 years, a feat that has never been achieved before. After 2 remarkably successful seasons, with players of high calibre, the club was ready for the step up and put in a successful application for step 6 football. The club now hope to climb the non-league pyramid as the quest for professional football goes on.

AC London have become the first non-league club to have a UEFA Pro licensed coach at their dispense as well as the youngest manager in non-league history, Prince Choudary (23) The club hope to carry on making history in the 2017/18 season.