Nickname: The Yellows
Home: Gayton Park, Wirral
Team Colours: Yellow & Blue
In the early years Heswall FC played in Division Two of the West Cheshire Association Football League from the 1894–95 season until the end of the 1910–11 season, winning the division once in the 1906–07 campaign, but not gaining promotion to Division One.
In 1958 the club rejoined Division Two of the West Cheshire League, finishing as runners-up at their first attempt. The club remained in Division Two until the end of the 1968–69 season, when they earned promotion to Division One as champions. The club remained in Division One until the end of the 1981–82 season, when they left the league. Just a few seasons before this the club made its debut in the FA Vase in the 1978–79 season, but getting knocked out immediately by Linotype FC in the preliminary qualify round. They did better the following season, making it to the 3rd round, a feat they would repeat a further two times.
The 1988–89 season saw the club return to Division One of the West Cheshire League, and the 2004–05 season saw the club become champions of the league. The club repeated this feat in the 2012–13 season, but they were relegated the following season. They bounced back up as runners-up of Division Two at their first attempt, to return to Division One. The club stayed in Division One for three seasons, being relegated back to Division Two, when they had a 15 point deduction for failing to play 5 games.
In 2020, Heswall FC merged clubs with Pensby FC under the Heswall FC name. This merger breathed new life into the club and laid the foundations for a great future on and off the pitch.