Founded in 1976/77 as Stonnall Rangers and playing at a ground at the rear of shops in the village of Stonnall the club quickly grew and with the addition of new teams this meant that other pitches had to be found.

Over the years as the growth continued the club assumed other names: Brownhills Junior Sporting Club, Walsall Wood Juniors, and Walsall Borough Juniors.

The Club moved to Brownhills Community School in 1986 to create a closer identity both with the area we serve and to further establish our links with all local schools hence the name "BROWNHILLS COMMUNITY COLTS".

With the School as our firm base we continue to move forward always looking to achieve our aims and objectives, not only in Football, but also in the Community as a whole organizing and helping others in many events in the community.

Over the years with have enjoyed success in the local leagues: we have entertained and visited clubs in Europe and Great Britain making friends along the way.

Original committee members Brian Keates, currently President and David Vale Life President and Honorary member are the stalwarts upon whom the present success has been built, and with a very hard working management committee and the support of many parents and friends, and ex players who have developed into good team managers we can look to the future with optimism.
As you are aware many changes are being made in Schoolboy and Youth football, eg mini-soccer has been introduced also girls soccer is now starting to grow, and Brownhills Community Colts in partnership with the Walsall Junior Youth League manage a soccer centre at Brownhills Community School.

At present we have 15 teams playing in the Walsall Junior Youth league and 2 in the South Staffordshire Young Womens League, the Club has close links with Walsall Schools, Staffordshire Schools FA and Walsall Football Club youth development and Football in the Community.

Brownhills Community Colts are the real grassroots level of football and the well-known white and red shirts and red shorts of the "COLTS"will be out in force for many seasons to come.

Colts get:
Charter Development Status.
Nationwide Football Charter

Brownhills Community Colts, who are one of the longest established junior football clubs in the Walsall area ( 30 years ) have been awarded the FA Charter Development status by the Football Association. After providing a portfolio of evidence to the FA of their clubs organisation and the qualifications of their members, Staffs FA awarded the Colts the prestigious charter award in December 2001, and the Charter Development award in 2005, Dave Fenton who coordinated the submission, commended the Colts committee, especially Club secretary and treasurer Dave Vale and Club Chairman Howard Fullelove for the dedication to the provision of a quality environment for children to play football, and is now looking forward to submitting the Clubs application to become a Community Charter Club, the highest level attainable, in the next few months. “The Award of the Charter mark is an important identifier for the Colts that we provide a safe and Quality environment for all our players, parents, staff,officials and opposition and will continue to improve our standards year on year”