Minds United FC was founded in July 2019 & affiliated to Middlesex FA, The Club began running weekly football sessions in the local community funded by London FA through the Just Play scheme.
In September 2019 Minds United FC entered a new team in the Middelsex FA North West London League and partnered with CNWL St Charles Mental Health Centre.
In October 2019 the Club received funding from Kensington & Chelsea Foundation to transport players from Kensington & Chelsea to away match fixtures and to pay for the teams league fees.
In January 2020 the Club received the highest votes at the Grenfell Projects Fund Decision Day Event and secured funding to run football sessions at Westway Sports Centre.
In March 2020 the club was commissioned by The Royal Borough Of Kensington & Chelsea Council to provide football services as part of the Community Leadership Programme.
In June 2020 the Club achieved FA charter standard adult club status from Middlesex FA .
In July 2020 the Club Founder was awarded Middlesex FA Grassroots Coach Of The Year - Adults 2020.
In September 2020 the Club entered 3 new teams into the League, London Borough, Kensington Kings and St Charles Community.
In November 2020 the Club was awarded Middlesex FA Charter Standard Club Of The Month which was a great achievement for the Club.
In February 2021 our Founder and the Club received The Royal Borough Of Kensington & Chelsea Mayor's Awards which was another great achievement for the club
In May 2021 the Club aquired an office in 1 Cluny Mews, London, SW5 9EG and began hiring space to other football clubs and companies.
In June 2021 the Kensington Kings team won the league and the St charles community team won the County Cup, it was a special day for all.
In July 2021 the club was awarded a Special recognition ELCO award at the Middlesex FA McDonalds Grassroots Football Awards.
In September 2021 the Club partnered with Middlesex FA to create a female only division in the North West London League.
Minds United FC created 2 new teams and entered the division, we hope more female teams join the league over the next few years.