Amlwch Town FC were formed in 1897 although no pre-second world war records exist the club were very successful post war winning the Anglesey League five times in succession between 1946/47 and 1950/51 with only Llangefni preventing them from a sixth successive title in 1951/52.
During this period further silverware was added with the Megan Cup won in 1948/49 and the NWCFA Junior Cup in 1949/50.
The Junior Cup was won again in 1955/56 before further honours in the mid to late 1960’s with the Blues winning the Dargie (twice), Megan (twice) and Elias Cups.
The 1970/71 season saw an Anglesey League and Dargie Cup double with the league trophy retained the following season. It wasn’t until 1985/86 that the next trophy was won in the form of the J.W. Lees Shield before the Dargie Cup was won again in 1989/90.
Under the guidance of Tom Charlton as Manager the club embarked on a rise up the Welsh Pyramid system beginning with a treble winning season in 1996/97 by winning the Anglesey League, Megan Cup and NWCFA Junior Cup, the latter forty years since the previous success.
Promotion to the Gwynedd League the following season saw another trophy treble, winning the League at the first attempt with success also in the Cwpan Gwynedd and Eryri Shield. A top four finished followed the following season in the first year in the Welsh Alliance, finishing only six points behind the eventual champions but silverware was added winning the Alves Cup.
The new millennium saw the Welsh Alliance title won in 2001/12 and with it promotion to the Cymru Alliance, the second tier of the Welsh Pyramid where the club finished a respectable mid table at the first attempt but the following season saw the end of the successful Tom Charlton era as he stood down after a disappointing season with the club rooted to the bottom of the table.
With relegation back to the Welsh Alliance looming the club took a bold decision to regroup and start again from the bottom, opting to drop back down to the Anglesey League under the management of Nige Ault and in 2005/06 were rewarded with a Dargie and AEEU cup double before clinching the Anglesey League and Elias Cup double the following season and promotion.
The Gwynedd League campaign saw a runners-up finish which was enough to secure promotion as title winning Barmouth & Dyffryn’s ground did not meet the necessary Welsh Alliance ground criteria.
Life back in the Welsh Alliance has seen it’s fair shares of ups and downs under the management of Ault, Alun Roberts and Adrian Jones and were unfortunate to suffer relegation as part of the knock on effect in reducing the Welsh Premier League at the end of the 2009/10 season to the newly formed Welsh Alliance Division Two where the club currently operate under the management of Andrew Wright since January 2013.
In addition to the Men’s Senior Team the club also have a Ladies Team who in 2014/15 completed their first full season in the North Wales Women’s Football League and a pan-diasbility team, the Lions which is the only one of it’s kind on Anglesey.