Joe Sheehan's side awarded upward movement following successive curtailed campaigns
Town were top of Division One South East when the season was curtailed due to the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020, with 11 wins from 14 games and an impressive goal difference of +42.
When competitive football resumed in September 2020, the Blues picked up where they left off by winning all four of their league matches, scoring 18 goals. Town were also the only side in the top four tiers of women's football not to concede a league goal before the season was halted once again due to another national lockdown.
Details of the criteria were released to clubs in April and were based on a number of different areas across both on and off-field requirements. Town submitted their formal application to join the Southern Premier Division in early May and after an anxious wait, the Tractor Girls were approved and subsequently awarded promotion to the third tier.
Joe Sheehan's side will report for pre-season training ahead of their new FA Women's National League Southern Premier Division campaign on Monday, 5 July.
Fixtures will be confirmed later in July.