Corinthian-Casuals F.C.

Corinthian-Casuals F.C.

Corinthian-Casuals F.C.

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Corinthian-Casuals F.C. (a.k.a. Pink and Chocolate) are a football club based in Tolworth in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. The club was formed in 1939 by a merger of two amateur clubs: Corinthian, who formed in 1882, and Casuals, who formed in 1878.

Despite an almost immediate break for World War II, in 1945 they took Casuals' place in the Isthmian League, and gradually dropped down its divisions. In 1988 the team acquired its first home ground, King George's Field in Tolworth, and on a tour of Brazil, Sócrates played a match for the club, because he was a player of Sport Club Corinthians Paulista (club founded in 1910 inspired by Corinthian, which played in São Paulo, Brazil, that year). A proposal has been mooted for Corinthian-Casuals to move back to Queen's Club, where Corinthians had played until 1922.


Corinthian-Casuals were formed in 1939 following the merger of the two amateur sides bearing those names.

In 1954 the club beat Epsom 2-0 to win the Surrey Senior Cup and in 1956 got to the Amateur Cup Final where they drew 1-1 with Bishop Auckland at Wembley, with a headed goal from Norman Kerruish. The Bishop’s won the replay 4-1. A year later another good run in the Amateur Cup saw the club reach the semi-final.

After this high point the club slipped into a long decline, a rare moment of success seeing them reach the FA Cup 1st Round in 1965/1966 but Watford won 5-1. In 1973 Corinthian-Casuals were relegated for the first time into Isthmian...
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