Clapton Community Football Club is a football club based in Forest Gate, London, England. Their men's team are currently members of the Middlesex County League Premier Division and play at Wadham Lodge in Walthamstow, groundsharing with Walthamstow F.C.. Their women's team compete in the Greater London Women's Football League Division One.
Clapton Community was formed in February 2018 by disillusioned supporters of Clapton FC after what they deemed as mismanagement of the club by chairman Vince McBean. During the club's debut season, Clapton Community sold 11,500 away shirts, with 5,500 to Spain, after the kit was based on the International Brigades and the Flag of the Second Spanish Republic. On 11 May 2019, Clapton Community won the Middlesex County League Division One (Central and East), gaining promotion to the Premier Division, after a 3–0 win against FC Roast. Clapton Community entered the FA Vase for the first time in 2019–20.In June 2019, the club announced the formation of a women's team with the former AFC Stoke Newington first team coming under the Clapton CFC banner. The women's team will compete in Division One of the Greater London Women's Football League in the 2019–20 season.
The men's team currently groundshare with Walthamstow at Wadham Lodge, after spending their first season at an adjacent ground, nicknamed by fans as the 'Stray Dog' after Clapton FC's home ground The Old Spotted Dog. On 17 September 2019, it was confirmed that Clapton Community had been awarded the lease at The Old Spotted Dog, following Clapton FC's eviction.
Supporters of the club are known to be left-wing and are self-proclaimed anti-fascist.
Middlesex County League
Division One (Central and East) champions 2018–19Jim Rogers President's Cup
Winners 2018–19Anagram Records Trophy
Best FA Vase performance: First qualifying round, 2019–20
Record attendance: 1,266 vs FC Roast, 11 May 2019