Lions 1st team had their most memorable season ever, winning a famous treble of trophies. Andy Landesberg's team won the Herts County Premier Division - losing only twice - before adding the Herts Centenary Trophy with a 3-0 win against Wodson Park and a first-ever Aubrey Cup; defeating Letchworth in the final at Rowley Lane.
|2017||James Gershfield breaks record|
Lions striker James Gershfield enjoyed a record-breaking season for the 1st team, scoring 46 goals in the campaign. He would have surely scored over 50 but for an injury ending his season early.
|2017||Cyril Anekstein Cup Winners|
Lions' Sunday A team collected a seventh Anekstein Cup in a tight 2-1 win against Redbridge. Under pressure for much of the game, Lions opened the score with Adam Arnold's lob and then claimed the win with a last minute strike from Adam Burchell at Wingate & Finchley FC.
|2016||Anagram Records Trophy Winners|
The club claimed their biggest knockout prize to date, winning a cup competed for by teams from across the Home Counties. Lions defeated Essex Olympian league Springfield 3-1 in the final at Letchworth. Goals came from Max Kyte (2) and Austin Lipman in a memorable victory for a team whose age averaged just 21.
|2016||Masters win County Cup|
Lions' Over-35 Masters captured the Middlesex FA Veterans Cup in a superb 3-1 win against Bushey Sports at Edgware Town FC. An own goal plus strikes from Saul Conway and Paul Lenchner saw the blues to victory.
|2015||The Alan Mattey Stand is built|
Lions 1st team return to Rowley Lane after major ground improvements, and the 200-seat Alan Mattey Stand is built. Named after our much-missed former player, Lions beat Ware Sports 5-2 in the opening game at the newly named Alpha Stadium. An Arsenal XI visit soon after for the official opening celebrations.
|2015||AFA Cup Winners|
The Over 40s clinch the prestigious AFA Veterans Cup, beating Old Aloysians 3-0 in the final. The goals come from Lenchner, Linger and Myers as Lions swept to victory under management pair of Dan Jacobs and Danny Reuben.
|2014||Maccabi Team of the Year|
The 2013/14 Under 10 Whites win the Junior Team of the Year at the annual Maccabi Sports Awards. The team won an unprecedented treble of Watford Friendly League champions, League Cup and County Cup under the management of Nigel Burns and Joel Phillips.
|2014||Maccabi London Lions FC|
To keep the club in line with the Maccabi London Brady Trust name, and the more traditional use of the Maccabi moniker, the club is formally re-named Maccabi London Lions. A new club badge is integrated.
|2013||Cyril Anekstein Cup Winners|
Lions A beat Redbridge 5-2 to win our sixth Cyril Anekstein Trophy. Goals from Bradley Lander, David Nezri, Nicky Lewis, James Gershfield and Jordan Marks secure victory.
|2013||Spartan South Midlands Division 1 Winners|
London Lions win the Spartan South Midlands Division One title in only our third season at this level. This earns promotion to the South Midlands Premier Division and Step 5 of non-league football for the first time.
|2012||Lions make FA Cup debut|
In the 1st preliminary round Lions defeat Clapton 4-0 to see an all-Jewish team from Lions win a game in the FA Cup competition. Ellis, Sloma, Stanton and Barnes net the goals. Lions then beat Oxhey Jets in before going out to AFC Dunstable.
|2011||Herts FA Centenary Trophy Winners|
London Lions beat Letchworth Garden City Eagles 3-2 to lift the Herts FA Centenary Trophy for the second time. Goals from Ben Lauffer, James Gershfield and Aron Barnes seal a great win.
|2011||South Midlands Reserve Cup Runners-Up |
Lions Reserves make a South Midlands League Cup Final in their first season at the higher level, but are well beaten; 3-0 by Hatfield Town Reserves.
|2010||MSFL Player of the Year double|
Lions A defender, Louis Basger, wins the MSFL Player of the Year award, whilst A Team colleague Yoav Lebens scoops the Young Player of the Year award for a unique double.
|2010||Herts Reserve Cup Winners|
London Lions Reserves beat Standon & Puckeridge 3-2 to lift the Herts County Cup for the first time - and at the third attempt. Goldstein, Linger, and Goodman score the goals for the team managed by Jon Green and Dan Jacobs
|2010||Herts Senior County Premier Division Winners|
Under management duo Tony Gold and Steve Grenfell, London Lions gain promotion for the first time in the club's history to the South Midlands Division One League after winning the Herts County Championship.
|2010||Cyril Anekstein Cup Winners|
Lions A beat Hendon United 2-1 to lift the Cyril Anekstein Trophy at Wingate - Mike Pearson and Louis Basger score the all-important goals.
|2009||Herts Senior County Premier Division Runners-Up|
London Lions miss out on the championship finishing runners-up to Met Police. Adam Stolerman sets a new first team record by netting 34 goals; a mark he beat the following season.
|2008||Cyril Anekstein Cup Winners|
Lions A beat Chigwell 'B' 6-0 to win the Cyril Anekstein for the third consecutive season. Goals came from Mike Pearson (3), Basger (2) and Estiz.
|2007||Peter Morrison Trophy Winners|
A clinically taken header by Mike Pearson was enough to earn the Lions victory against Manchester Maccabi at a wet and windy Boundary Park, home of Oldham Athletic FC to seal another Morrison Trophy.
|2007||Cyril Anekstein Cup Winners|
Lions A defeat NW Neasden 3-2 with an injury time equaliser from Mike Pearson and an extra time winner from 18-year-old James Gershfield, to claim a cup double in 2007.
|2007||Herts Centenary Trophy Winners|
A first ever Saturday team knockout cup for the Lions. A superb performance sees Lions defeat Metropolitan Police Bushey, 4-0. Goals from Adam Stolerman, Danny Daggers and two from Lee Cash mean captain Rob Glass collects the trophy after a well deserved win for caretaker boss Andrew Myers.
|2006||Mike Pearson MSFL Player of the Year|
The Lions A striker wins the MSFL's top individual award. Pearson also managed to be the A team's top scorer for six consecutive seasons in an impressive run.
|2006||MSFL Premier Division Winners|
Lions A are worthy winners of the Maccabi Premier League under the stewardship of Eilon Kennet and Ben Winston.
|2006||Cyril Anekstein Cup Winners|
A solitary goal from Ben Graham is enough for Lions A to win the Anekstein again; this time against Faithfold. Ricky Kennet stars in midfield with a man-of-the-match performance.
|2005||Peter Morrison Trophy Winners|
A hat-trick of wins as new management team of Eilon Kennet and Ben Winston lead the Lions to a 1-0 win over Faithfold at Yeading FC. Nick Goodman scores the only goal, but the scoreline flatters the runners up.
|2004||Herts Reserve Cup Runners-Up|
Heartbreak once again for Ben Dale and Tunji Banjo's Reserve team as they succumb 1-0 to Hatfield Town in the Reserve Cup Final at Wormley FC.
|2004||Lee Bibring MSFL Young Player of the Year|
Bibring stars for Lions A team in the MSFL Premier Division and is recognised for his performances.
|2004||Bradley Lazarus MSFL Player of the Year|
Captain and leading scorer, Bradley deservedly wins the MSFL Player of the Year award for leading the A team to the Double.
|2004||All-Lions Peter Morrison Final|
An all Lions affair as the Club creates the first ever A v B Final which is aptly held at Rowley Lane. A 3-0 win for the A Team on the day but the club is the real winner, retaining the Trophy and showing the rest how it should be done.
|2004||MSFL Premier Division Winners|
For the first time on record, Lions A win the Premier Division title, when under the management of Tony Gold the A team win 12 of their 16 games and are 9 points clear of their nearest rivals.
|2004||MSFL Division 1 Winners|
Under David Kyte, the B Team follow the A Team's lead and also win their Division by 9 points. 15 wins in 18 games blows their rivals away.
|2004||Invited into The FA Sunday Cup |
The quality of the main pitch at Rowley Lane is rewarded as the club is invited to enter the prestigious FA Sunday Cup for the first time in our history.
|2003||Peter Morrison Trophy winners|
After a number of years in the wilderness, the Lions re-establish themselves at the forefront of Jewish football by claiming their first Peter Morrison Trophy since 1996 when a 100th minute golden goal by Mitch Hahn against Marshside & Glenthorne A secures a 1-0 victory in a final played at Dulwich Hamlet FC.
|2002||Lions find a home at Rowley Lane|
After a number of years looking, and a number of temporary homes, Lions' trustees dramatically seal a deal on a new home in Arkley; Rowley Lane. Over the years, the former Laing Homes sports ground is transformed by Lions.
|2002||Youth Section enters Watford Friendly League|
Lions Juniors enter the the Watford Friendly League for the first time with three teams; in an unbelievable season, all three sides win their respective division titles.
|2002||Herts Reserve Cup Runners-Up|
The Reserves fall at the final hurdle as the Double attempt is thwarted by a comprehensive 5-0 reverse to impressive Oxhey Jets, Champions of Reserve Division 1.
|2002||Nathan Kosky wins Herts Golden Boot|
Lions' striker Nathan Kosky wins the Herts Senior County League Divison 2 golden boot with his 22-goal haul during the Championship winning campaign.
|2002||Pauline Mary Fox Trophy Winners|
The Reserves win the HSCL award for the highest goal tally across all 50 teams in the League, scoring 74 times in all.
|2002||Herts Reserve Division 2 Winners|
The Reserves under Ben Dale and former Leyton Orient defender Tunji Banjo, in their third season in charge, win the Reserve Division 2 title winning 17 of their 20 games. The team is ably skippered by the experienced Danny Schindler.
|2001||MSFL Division 1 Winners|
Barnett Horwitz leads a team to a second championship in a row as the B Team, retaining much of the Division 2 squad, win Division 1 at the first attempt.
|2000||Lions Juniors section started|
On 17th September 2000, the Lions Youth Section was born with a double header against HMH. In the first season Lions have two teams run by David Hyman and one by the late Philip Greenwold, both of whom were part of the driving force behind the Youth set-up.
|2000||Matty Berger MSFL Division 2 Player of the Year|
Berger scores goals for fun in a rampant B team - a fully deserved accolade.
|2000||MSFL Division 2 Winners|
Lions' B team come from mid-table to storm the Division 2 title under the management of Barnett Horwitz. The 'oldest team in the league' with youthful Matty Berger and Paul Wise up front romp home with room to spare.
|2000||Cyril Anekstein Cup Winners|
Lions A win the Cyril Anekstein Cup.
|2000||Herts Senior Division 1 Winners|
With Adam Solomons and Bobby Fisher in charge, the 1st team are promoted as Champions from Division 1 in their 5th season as a HSCL Club. Jon Zneimer and Tony Gold lead the way with 14 goals apiece.
|1999||Club Name changed to London Maccabi Lions|
With the demise of Compayne Gardens and the keeness of the Committee to continue to grow the Club, a name change is agreed from Maccabi Association London (MAL) to London Maccabi Lions. Club colours change to blue.
|1997||Cyril Anekstein Cup Winners|
MAL win their first Anekstein Cup in the new era, beating Marshside in the final at Wingate & Finchley FC.
|1997||Reserves join Herts Senior County League|
Matthew Wise leads the Reserves into Reserve Division 2 finishing 7th in their first season.
|1996||Peter Morrison Trophy Winners|
MAL win the Morrison Trophy following a penalty shoot-out win against Manchester Maccabi. South African duo Peter Lazard and Gary Blumberg respectively score and save the crucial penalties. The game ended 0-0 after extra time.
|1996||HSCL Sportsmanship Trophy Winners|
In the club's debut season, reward comes with a sportsmanship award as the team finish 6th in HSCL Division 1 under Malcolm Newman and Paul Wise.
|1995||The first ever match|
MALEX play their first game on 19th August; winning 2-1 at home to MMS Dynamics in front of a crowd of 80 people; David Kyte and Nathan Kosky score the goals. The line-up: G Blumberg, P Nadonovsky, J Portman (D Kyte), J Wohlegmuth, S Gordon, P Wise (D Reuben), C Henry, B Lazarus, J Zneimer, N Kosky, J Bookbinder.
|1995||Entered Herts Senior County League as MALEX|
A new Jewish team is formed to try and push beyond Sunday football. As a nod to its former Sunday team MAL, it's named MALEX. This is the birth of the club we now know as Lions!