Chalfont St Peter AFC are based near High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire and were established in 1926 & current members of the Southern Football League Division One Central

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Chalfont St Peter Football Club
Mill Meadow
Gravel Hill
Chalfont St. Peter
Gerrards Cross
Buckinghamshire, SL9 9QX
Telephone: 01753 885797
Nickname: The Saints

After the Second world war Chalfont St Peter joined Great Western Combination league for the 1949/50 season. The club for the 1958/59 season moved to the Parthenon League. They joined the London League in 1960, but only stayed in the league for two seasons. The club joined the Spartan League league in 1963 and played in the league for twelve season, though their highest finish was sixth. In 1976, Chalfont St Peter joined the Athenian League Division Two, which the following season merged with Division One. The following season then saw the club make their debut in the FA Cup, losing to Barking in the first Qualifying Round. The club finished runners-up in the Athenian League in 1983/84 and gained promotion to the Isthmian League Division Two North. After two seasons the club was transferred to Division Two South, which the club won in 1987/88, gaining promotion to Division One. After six seasons in Division One, Chalfont was relegated to Division Two. Another six season later, they were relegated to Division Three, which was renamed Division Two in 2002. The club left the Isthmian League in 2006 to join the Spartan South Midlands League, when the FA restructured the leagues. After finishing runners-up in 2007/08 and 2009/10, and champions in 2010/11, they were promoted to the Southern Football League Division One Central. During this time, the club also reached the semi-finals of the FA Vase.