Truro City Football Club were formed in 1889, they were one of the founder members of the CCFA when they attended the meeting at the Royal Hotel in Truro on 18th September 1889 when the CCFA was founded.
City's first recorded game was played at Truro College against Penzance on 4th October 1889, when they won 7-1.
Further games were played at Tolgarrick, adjacent to the existing Treyew Road ground. They have also played at Kenwyn and Chapel Hill.
Truro's first trophy was won in 1895 when they won the Cornwall Senior Cup beating Launceston 5-0.
City have won the Cornwall Senior Cup a record 18 times including 1930 when the Cup was shared with Saltash Stars. The Final had been drawn and Saltash could not raise a team for the replay due to some of their players having service commitments. Truro did offer to play and let Saltash include some guest players but the CCFA ruled the trophy should be shared, with each club holding the trophy for six months.
The Durning Lawrence Charity Cup which Truro City gave to the county - has been won 11 times, the first in 1912 and the last in 1981.
When the South Western League was formed in 1951, City were one of the founder members but they did not meet with instant success, having to seek re-election for the first two seasons. They have had to seek re-election twice more; 1982 and 1983. City have won the South Western League five times in total.
2004 was the year businessman Kevin Heaney first became involved with the club. Truro City was in financial dire, Mr Heaney cleared the club's debts and assumed ownership of Truro City Football Club.
In 2007, Truro won the FA Vase at Wembley, beating AFC Totton 3-1 in front of 36,232 people.
City played in the Football Conference South in the 2011/2012 season after achieving 5 promotions in 6 seasons - a British record!
2012 has seen chairman Kevin Heaney leave due to bankruptcy, Truro City FC in a transfer embargo, enter administration, docked ten points and on the brink of extinction, then they sign a highly contraversial goalkeeper who was guilty of drink driving and killed two children!
In the 2014-2015 season, City celebrated 125 years of football by reaching the Quarter-Finals of the Southern League Cup for the first time and the team have also qualified for the play-offs.
This is my Truro City Football Club, enjoy!
Southern League Premier winners (1) - 2010/11
Southern League Division One South & West winners (1) - 2008/09
Western League Premier winners (1) - 2007/08
Western League Division One winners (1) - 2006/07
South Western League winners (5) - 1960/61, 1969/70, 1992/93, 1995/96, 1997/98
FA Vase winners (1) - 2007
Cornwall Senior Cup winners (18) - 1895, 1902, 1903, 1911, 1922, 1924, 1927, 1928, 1930, 1938, 1959, 1967, 1970, 1995, 1998, 2006, 2007, 2008
South Western League Cup winners (3) - 1960, 1967, 1993
Cornwall Charity Cup winners (11) - 1912, 1913, 1920, 1926, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1933, 1950, 1965, 1981
Southern League Championship (1) - 2011
Southern League Premier Fair Play winners (1) - 2009/10
South Western League Best Ground (1) - 1996
Best League position - 14th Football Conference South (2011-2012)
Worst League position - 11th Cornwall Combination League (1975-1976)
Best FA Cup performance - 3rd Round Qualifying (2010, 2012)
Best FA Trophy performance - 1st Round (2010, 2012)
Best FA Vase performance - Winners (2007)
Best Southern League Cup performance - Quarter-Finals (2015)
All Competitions (Career) - Jake Ash (359)
All Competitions (Career) - Stewart Yetton (223)
All Competitions (Season) - Stewart Yetton (72)
Conference South - Andy Watkins (15)
Southern League Premier - Andy Watkins (31)
Southern League Division One South & West - Stewart Yetton (32)
Western League Premier - Stewart Yetton (40)
Western League Division One - Stewart Yetton (52)
FA Cup - Stewart Yetton (13)
FA Trophy - Arran Pugh (7)
Southern League Cup - Barry Hayles (3)
Southern League Championship - Marcus Martin (3)
Les Phillips Cup - Stewart Yetton (5)