The club was established in 2013 when Lee Okugbeni, manager of the Kentish Town under-18 team, wanted the squad to progress to adult football; they were subsequently admitted to Division Two of the Spartan South Midlands League for the 2013–14 season. The club finished second-from-bottom of the division in their first season, but the 2014–15 season saw them finish fourth. However, Hale Leys United and Kent Athletic, who had finished first and second respectively, were unable to take promotion due to inadequate grounds, allowing Brimsdown to take promotion to Division One. The 2015–16 season saw the club enter the FA Vase for the first time. At the end of the 2019–20 season, the club were transferred to Division One South of the Eastern Counties League as a result of a groundshare with Tilbury. In February 2018, Ahmet Toygun and Yilmaz Celik took over the ownership and put in place a new structure. In May 2020, Ahmet Toygun become the full owner of the club and has merged his North London Football academy under Brimsdown FC Academy. The club consist of 7 teams from U6 to First Team. Since May 2020, Ahmet Toygun has re structured the whole club from creating Committee members, Director, Head of Academy, Registration and Admin officer and senior contacts. Ahmet Toygun has run and managed North London Football Academy for 13 years before merging the academy into Brimsdown FC. Our Club objective is to bring the club back to Enfield and own a club stadium which will be the beginning of a great future for the club.