Stourbridge Football Club is a football club based in Stourbridge, West Midlands, England. The club is affiliated to the West Midlands Football League.
The club was established in 1880 and played its first competitive match in 1883. In 1892 the club joined the Birmingham & District League. The club first competed in the Birmingham & District League Division Two in 1928 and was promoted to Division One the following season. The club enjoyed its greatest successes in the 1950s, winning the Division One championship in 1954 and the Birmingham Senior Cup in 1955. The club was relegated to Division Two in 1958 and again to Division Three in 1969. In 1971 the club was Division Two champions and was promoted to Division One. The club won the Division One championship in 1988 and was promoted to the West Midlands League. The club was transferred to the Birmingham Combination in 2002 and was renamed Stourbridge Association. The club was transferred to the West Midlands Regional League in 2009 and was renamed Stourbridge Town.
The club played its first competitive match in 1883 and was initially based in Blackpole. The first ground was on the present site on Birchfield Road, where the club remained until 1912. The club moved to the Playing Fields opposite the Middle School, where it played until the outbreak of World War II. The club moved to its present ground in Birchfield Road in 1942.
In the early years of the club, Stourbridge were one of the strongest teams in the Birmingham & District League. In 1928 they were founding members of the Birmingham & District League Division Two, which they won at their first attempt. In 1954 they won the Division One championship and were promoted to Division One of the Birmingham & District League. In 1955 they retained the Division One championship and won the Birmingham Senior Cup.
In the 1950s the club enjoyed its greatest successes. They reached the FA Cup first round in 1954 and the Birmingham & District League Cup final in 1955. In the 1958–59 season they reached the Challenge Cup first round. In the 1961–62 season they reached the semi-finals of the Birmingham & District League Cup. In the 1970–71 season they reached the FA Cup first round.
The decline in the club’s fortunes in the 1970s was followed by a long period of Struggle. In 1988 the club regained its Division One championship and was promoted to the West Midlands League. In 1989–90 they reached the West Midlands League Cup final. In 1991–92 they reached the Western League Cup final. In the 1992–93 season they reached the First Division play-off final. In the 1993–94 season they reached the Western League Cup final. In the 1994–95 season they reached the Second Division play-off final. The club then went into a long period of decline.
In 2002 the club was transferred to the Birmingham Combination. The club renamed itself Stourbridge Association and entered the Birmingham Combination in 2003. The club