The club played its first game in May 2003. After gradually gaining momentum in terms of participation, it was officially registered with the Registry of Societies in March 2004 and was granted approval on 7 Jul 2004.
Central Park Football Club played in first official match on 11 July 2004 at Serangoon Secondary School against amateur side RCOB whereby they notched a 9-1 win with Andrex Cox grabbing 4 goals for the club. The reserves teams which provides another platform for new players made their debut on that same day but lost 0-5 to another amateur side Holland FC at Bradell-Westlake Secondary School. Both teams have since went on to play regularly, either recreational or competitive.
Before the turn of the year in November 2004, the club was accepted as an Ordinary Member of the FAS (Football Association of Singapore) which enables the team to compete and take part in activities organised by the Association.
In 2006, the club made their first foray into the Islandwide League, which is an entry league towards a spot in the National Football League Division 3 for the following year. They opened their accounts with a memorable 2-0 win against Hougang SC at Clementi Stadium. The team finished second behind league champions Elias Park and in doing that, they qualified into the mainstream league in 2007.
The reality of playing in a much tougher competitions became apparent as the club only managed to notch a single win and 3 draws in 18 games as they finished bottom of the table where they collected only 6 points and were relegated from the National Football League Division 3 in 2007. To accommodate non-local playing members who were restricted to compete in this league, Central Park International (CPI) was borned to compete in ESPZEN Season 7 (Division 6) while the players who represented the club in the NFL had to pick up where they left off in Division 8 under the aptly named Central Park Football Club (CPFC). Both teams ended the year on a high as they both captured 2nd place in their respective league with forward Isaac Mong capturing the division top-scorer award with 20 goals in 10 games for the FC team.
The objectives of the club are
- To form a football team for various age group and a senior team
- To participate in FAS organized football leagues and various amateur leagues or football tournaments organized in and outside of Singapore
- Providing an avenue for youths to make the club as a stepping stone towards a career in football.