Wolverton’s story starts in the late 1880’s. The ground ‘Wolverton Park’ was built in 1885 and the club started in 1887 in the Southern League as Wolverton L & NWR FC. After the First World War Wolves joined the North Bucks League and finished runners up in 1920/1. In 1938/9 Wolves won the South Midlands League and after the war were runners up in the Spartan League. In the late 1940’s & BR was added to the club name and in 1957 reached the fourth round of the FA cup losing to Peterborough. In 1961 Wolves joined the United Counties League and in 1969/70 finished runners up and reached the final of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup. Famous local names include John Field, Ian Capel and Billy Atterbury in the 1960s. In the 1970s international cricketer Wayne Larkins played for the club. Peter Walton, the ex-Premier League referee and now TV adviser also had a spell with the club. In the 1980’s Wolves re-joined the Spartan League, then the Athenian League and then the Isthmian League finishing runner up in the Second Division in 1986/7. This proved to be the catalyst to the Wolves demise due to the additional costs involved and the Wolves finally changed their name firstly to MK Wolverton Town and then AFC Wolverton and re-joined the South Midlands League. They eventually folded in January 1992.
Berks & Bucks Senior Cup: 1892/93
Berks & Bucks Benevolent Cup: 1947/48, 1948/49
Berks & Bucks Junior Cup: 1904/05
Southern Football League (Division 2): 1895–96
South Midlands League (Premier Division): 1938/39, 1945/46
United Counties League: 1913/14
Luton & District Charity Cup: 1926/27
Wolverton & District Charity Cup: 1893/94, 1894/95
Wolverton Town was reformed in 2004 and won various leagues and cups in New City Heating Sunday League and North Bucks & District Football League competitions, the club had one season at the old Park then played at the Radcliffe School, Wolverton. The club moved into its new home, The New Park, at Field Lane, Greenleys on 20th July 2011 and entered the first team into the Spartan South Midlands League in 2012-13 with the reserves following in 2013-14. A veterans team was started in 2011-12 and the 2014-15 season saw the reintroduction of a new team in the MK Sunday League.
The club changed named to Unite MK FC in July 2016 following eviction from Greenleys, due to the social club folding, relocating to Manor Fields, Fenny Stratford, Milton Keynes with just a first team. The Veterans side split from the club in May 2016 and remains Wolverton Town Veterans in its own right. The first team played in the South Midlands League at Step 7 level in Division 2 from 2016-20, in 2018-19 the club entered the FA Vase for the first time in its new history. A new Sunday team was formed in 2018-19 and won the Alf Carter Cup that season. A new reserve side was started in 2019-20 firstly in the Bedfordshire League then the North Bucks League. The club folded in May 2020 due to a lack of volunteers to run the club and was merged with Milton Keynes Robins and MK Irish Veterans forming Milton Keynes Irish on 1 June 2020.