|Full name||Association Football Club Hayes|
|Founded||1974 (as Brook House)|
|Ground||Farm Park, HayesCoordinates:|
|League||Combined Counties League Premier Division|
|2014–15||Southern League Division One Central, 22nd (relegated)|
A.F.C. Hayes are a non-league English football club based in Hayes, Greater London, and founded in 1974. The club was known until 2007 as Brook House F.C. and they currently play in the Combined Counties League Premier Division.
Brook House was formed in 1974 as a pub team for the pub of the same name and first played in the Hayes and District Sunday League Division 7. In 1982, another local team, Grange FC, relocated to Brook House's recently acquired Park Farm ground and were reborn as the Brook House FC Saturday team, playing in the South West Middlesex League.
By 1984 the first team became founder members of the Middlesex County Football League where they remained until 1988, when they joined the London Spartan League, stepping up to its Premier Division the following year. In 1992 floodlights were erected at Park Farm for the first time and officially opened with a friendly against Chelsea, for whom former Brook House player Neil Shipperley scored a hat-trick in a 5–1 win. Shipperley's father Dave had also managed Brook during the 1990s.
In 2004 the club were promoted to the Isthmian League Division Two, where they achieved two third-place finishes before league restructuring saw them moved into the Southern League in 2006. In 2007 the club changed its name to A.F.C. Hayes, at the same time that a better known Hayes club was disbanded upon a merger with Yeading to create Hayes & Yeading United.
Their most recent manager was Ian Crane who replaced Danny Vincent in June 2012. However, with the club rooted to the bottom of the Southern League Division One Central, Crane tendered his resignation on 28 December 2014.
Palmer was unable to keep A.F.C. Hayes in the Southern Football League, with the club's eleven-year stay at Step 4 coming to an end on 11 April 2015 despite a 1-0 home win against Rugby Town, as Beaconsfield SYCOB's 1-1 draw with Aylesbury was enough to send them down.
|1988–89||Spartan League Division One||30||15||8||7||58||31||53||6th|
|1989–90||Spartan League Premier Division||36||10||8||18||47||72||38||11th|
|1990–91||Spartan League Premier Division||36||12||8||16||52||60||44||12th|
|1991–92||Spartan League Premier Division||36||21||6||9||68||51||69||4th|
|1992–93||Spartan League Premier Division||42||14||6||22||72||99||48||14th||Preliminary Round|
|1993–94||Spartan League Premier Division||36||16||3||17||64||68||51||9th||First Qualifying|
|1994–95||Spartan League Premier Division||30||13||5||12||69||52||44||7th||First Qualifying|
|1995–96||Spartan League Premier Division||30||10||8||12||29||37||38||9th||First Qualifying|
|1996–97||Spartan League Premier Division||30||9||5||16||31||55||32||13th|
|1997–98||Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division South||28||18||6||4||66||27||60||1st|
|1998–99||Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division||44||24||11||9||74||42||83||5th||First Qualifying|
|1999–2000||Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division||40||27||6||7||102||33||89*||2nd||First Qualifying|
|2000–01||Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division||36||22||6||8||64||36||72||4th||First Qualifying|
|2001–02||Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division||38||19||7||12||89||63||64||6th||First Qualifying|
|2002–03||Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division||36||10||9||17||36||67||36**||17th||Preliminary Round|
|2003–04||Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division||36||26||2||8||82||35||80||2nd||Preliminary Round|
|2004–05||Isthmian League Division Two||30||20||4||6||65||25||64||3rd||First Qualifying|
|2005–06||Isthmian League Division Two||30||17||7||6||63||33||58||3rd||Second Qualifying|
|2006–07||Southern Football League Division One South & West||42||14||6||22||71||92||48||18th||Preliminary Round|
|2007–08||Southern Football League Division One South & West||42||17||4||21||75||99||55||14th||Preliminary Round|
|2008–09||Southern Football League Division One South & West||42||18||7||17||80||92||64||9th||Preliminary Round|
|2009–10||Southern Football League Division One South & West||42||7||4||31||55||105||25||21st***||Preliminary Round|
|2010–11||Southern Football League Division One Central||42||11||6||25||54||96||39||19th||Preliminary Round|
|2011–12||Southern Football League Division One Central||42||14||16||12||58||59||58||10th||First Qualifying|
|2012–13||Southern Football League Division One Central||42||13||8||21||74||81||47||15th||Preliminary Round|
|2013–14||Southern Football League Division One Central||42||12||8||22||51||74||44||18th||Preliminary Round|
|2014–15||Southern Football League Division One Central||42||8||7||27||39||88||31||22nd (relegated)||Preliminary Round|
* Two points awarded
** Three points deducted
*** Reprieved from relegation
A.F.C. Hayes play their home games at Farm Park, Kingshill Avenue, Hayes, Middlesex, UB4 8DD.
- Spartan South Midlands League:
- Runners-up: 1999–2000, 2003–04
- Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division South :
- Winners: 1997–98
- Middlesex Senior Cup
- Winners: 2008–09
- Best league performance: 3rd in Isthmian League Division 2, 2004–05 and 2005–06
- Best FA Cup performance: Second qualifying round, 2005–06
- Best FA Trophy performance: First qualifying round, 2006–07, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2011–12
- Best FA Vase performance: Fifth round, 2004–05
1. Players that have played/managed in the Football League or any foreign equivalent to this level (i.e., fully professional league).
2. Players with full international caps.
3. Players that hold a club record or have captained the club.
- "History – AFC Hayes". Pitchero.com. Retrieved 2012-08-14.
- FCHD Football Club History Database – Brookhouse
- FCHD Football Club History Database – AFC Hayes