N W LONDON F.C. - HISTORY
NW London FC was formed in 2015 as initially a Sunday team that competed in the Central London league.
Formed by close friends Wasim Khan & Samir Naji, they took the name of NW London given that both were born & raised in the north west part of London.
The first couple of seasons were met with immediate success as both Khan & Naji adopted player management roles that included a Sunday League title & also a tournament victory at the
Emirates stadium in a one day tournament.
In 2017/18, the club entered the English football pyramid joining at Step 8 (Middlesex Division 1 - Central & East). After an initial season which included a Semi Final of the League cup, it
was decided that player management was no longer sustainable and at the end of the season, a full club structure was formed with Wasim Khan as full time manager with Samir Naji stepping into a
2018/19 was a new start with the new club structure & it paid dividends as the club was promoted to the Middlesex Premier Division after finishing 3rd only narrowly missing out on a League
title by 5 points. The club amassed 74 goals & finished highest scorers in the League including a record 18-0 victory on the opening day of the season.
2019/20 was the year where a promising start at Step 7 & a Semi Final cup run of the London Senior Trophy meant that the 'Gorillas' were on course for a potential double as despite sitting
8th, a number of games of hand could have seen them top come the end of the season. Unfortunately due to the coronavirus outbreak the season was cancelled as was the 2020-21 season.
2021/22 proved to be a special year as the club captured an amazing feat of 3 trophies in the same season. The first trophy was the Anagram Cup along with the Middlesex Intermediate cup captured 4
days later. A strong & consistent season saw the club clinch the League title to end a sensational season with 3 trophies.