Worthing Town Youth FC was formed in 1995 as a breakaway club from Worthing Minors FC.
In 2003, the club became the first in the town to achieve FA Charter Standard status when it became a Development Club. This has proved to be the catalyst for a period of intense growth and development for the club.
In 2005 the Club invited Worthing BHA Girls FC into the Worthing Town Youth FC family meaning we had girls' teams across the age groups.
In 2007 Worthing Town gained it's first adults team when the 2006/07 U16s team move up to the Sussex County Women and Girls' Football League, Ladies Division 2.
In 2008, the club became an FA Charter Standard Community Club - one of only 12 in the whole of Sussex.
The Club currently boasts nearly 500 players and over 90 volunteers.
The 2010/2011 season saw Worthing Town FC launch their Men's team into the Worthing League and with two promotions in three seasons the Club had reached intermediate status.
In 2012, the Football Club moved to its current home at Palatine Park, Worthing where it occupies a brand new clubhouse.
In 2016 the club welcomed the teams of Worthing Leisure FC into the Worthing Town family. The men's teams are playing in the Southern Combination Football League, the Brickability West Sussex Football League and the Brighton, Worthing and District Football League.