1977 - Clydach Wasps Amateur Football Club is founded. Playing on Clydach Recreation Ground the club brings football back to the village for the first time since the demise of Clydach Athletic. Joins the Gwent Central League.

1982 - The clubhouse is built, changing facilities previously being in the old community centre on the north side of the village with players walking to the Recreation Ground.

1983 - The club wins its first promotion when coming runners-up in the Gwent Central second division. The committee agrees to allow players from outside the village to register without being voted into the club, allowing formation of a  second team.

1985 - The first team wins the clubs first silverware, picking up the Gwent Central Open Cup.

1990 - After a long wait a second trophy is won, the first team winning the Gwent Central Langdon Cup.

1996 - After being the bridesmaids for the last few years the club finally wins the Gwent Central First Division and with it promotion to the Gwent County League after a dramatic final day showdown with season long rivals Fairfield United. A 2-2 draw is enough to clinch the title. Fairfield get their revenge in the final of the Open Cup.

1998 - The second teamt picks up its first trophy, the Gwent Central Benevolent Cup, after a penalty shoot-out victory over Trevethin.

1999 - The first team earns promotion to the Gwent County Second Division when coming second to Cromwell Youth.

2000 - At the first time of asking the previous seasons roles are reversed as we pip Cromwell to the Gwent County Second Division title.

2001 - Second team player Ian Morris is voted Gwent Central Second Division player of the year for season 2004/05. Although the club has provided players for the Leagues representative team he becomes the first Clydach player to receive this award.

2003 - The club enters the FAW Trophy for the first time, reaching the semi finals before falling 1-0 to eventual winners Rhydyfelin Zenith at Port Talbot.

2005 - The clubs finest achievement to date as the Gwent County First Division is won with a mid week victory over RTB Ebbw Vale. The club is inspected for entry to the Welsh League but is denied due to being unable to implement ground improvements to comply with league rules.

2006 -The club expands to three senior sides, the only team in the Gwent Central League to run that number. Ryan Price of the second team becomes only the second Clydach player to win the Gwent Central League player of the year trophy.

2007 - The first team reaches the semi finals of the FAW Trophy for a second time, going down to an extra time defeat to Glan Conwy at Caersws. The second team tastes victory in the Gwent Central Langdon Cup with a 2-1 defeat of Govilon.

2008 - After a restructuring of the Gwent Central League the seconds and thirds finish as champions of Division One and Two, the second team also picking up the Open Cup with victory over Blaenavon Blues.

2009 - Back to back Gwent Central Division One victories for the second team is coupled with Benevolent Cup victory over Govilon.

2010 - The First team reaches the final of the F.A.W. Trophy, losing out to Glan Conwy 5-1. The Second team make it three league titles in a row, pick up the Benevolent Cup and lose out on penalties to Llanarth in the Open Cup final. The Third team finish a creditable second place in the league.

2011 - The Second team come a creditable second in the league after a tough season, but pick up the Benevolent Cup after victory over Blaenavon Blues. The Third team also finish runners up in Division Two and pick up the Second Division Cup after thrashing Pontypool Town in the final. Third team player Ben Ward wins both Top Scorer and Second Division Player of the Year. 

2014 - After a poor season the first team suffer the clubs first ever relegation as they finish bottom but one to drop into Gwent County Division Two.

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