Studley FC was formed in 1971, playing Sunday football in the local Redditch league, they were known in those days as B.K.L.. The side was made up mainly of employees of BKL Fittings.
The club was re-launched as Studley Football Club on 2 June 2002, following the collapse of the company BKL. Further developments are planned for the future.
They have reached the first qualifying round of the FA Cup twice, in seasons 2003–04 and 2008–09.
The Beehive is situated in Abbeyfields Drive, which is off the main Birmingham – Alcester Road (A435). Recent years have seen a lot of improvements take place at The Beehive, the changing rooms have been given a complete face-lift, and for the first time ever, a snack bar is open on match days. Average attendance in home league matches at the Beehive is about 100.
1987–88 – Challenge Vase Winners
1990–91 – Smedley Crooke Cup Winners
1991–92 – Midland Combination Division One Champions
1991–92 – Smedley Crooke Cup Winners
1994–95 – Smedley Crooke Cup Winners
1999–2000 – Smedley Crooke Cup Winners
2000–01 – Worcester Senior Urn Winners
2000–01 – Midland Combination Premier Division Runners-Up
2001–02 – Tony Allden Memorial Cup Winners
2001–02 – Worcester Senior Urn Winners
2002–03 – Worcester Senior Urn Winners
2008–09 – Worcester Senior Urn Winners
Nickname:- The Bees
Ground:- The Beehive
Record Attendance:- ??
Best FA Cup Performance:- 1st Qualifying Round (2003/04, 2008/09)
Best FA Trophy performance:- N/A
Best FA Vase Performance:- 5th Round (2003/04)
2016/17 League Performance:- 15th Midland Football League 1st Division
Top Scorer:- Gareth Evans (21 goals)
Studley FC - The Last 10 Seasons
Updated 17:49 - 3 Aug 2017 by Web Master