After finishing Kent League runners up in 1990/91 the club entered a lean period, with the exception of 1992/93 when we won the Kent Senior Trophy.
A new club chairman, Gary Hillman, arrived in 1994/95 and Ian Jenkins, a Cray player since 1993, was appointed manager in 1999. By now the club was tenants of Bromley FC, having been forced to move by Kent League rules which stipulated that the Oxford Road facilities were not suitable for our level of football.
Once again we tasted success as champions of the Kent League in 2002/03 and 2003/04. We also reached the FA Vase quarter-final for a second time and achieved promotion into the Ryman League South Division. Five years later at the end of 2008/09 season came further promotion into the Ryman Premier League, the highest level of football that the club has played at since the Second World War.
Today we are going through a period of transition which we believe will help us emulate our glories from yesteryear.