How the club started is your usual film type a group of teens having a kick about on the park and most been British Sikhs Willenhall Sikh Youth was born in 1991, after one season they changed there to the current name Sporting Khalsa.Khalsa actually means pure in sikhi.
The club are charter standard so it doesn't mean you have to be Sikh to play despite the background and the senior team takes on mainly on attitude and ability it could be the most diverse club in the world.
Khalsa have always played senior football and started in the Sunday leagues in the Walsall and District league and in 1997 after just 6 years joined semi professional Saturday football with modest success the big thing happened in 2004/2005 a reorganisation of the club and the west Midlands regional league division 2 came calling,It gained promotion at attempt one. They also brought Bloxwich Towns old ground in 2005 and got that prestigious ground opening against League One Walsall. 2006 saw a ladies team entered in the south Staffordshire league for the first time,But the men's first team had a first of there own there first venture into the fa vase unfortunately they didn't make the proper rounds they lost in the first round to Barnt Green Spartak and a vets team were introduced in the same year.
It isn't till 2010 till the next big venture when the club announced that Noose Lane which was home to Willenhall Town from the receivers and the club haven't looked back in 2010/2011 they gained promotion to the West Midlands Regional Premier Division where they are to this day and this could be there last season in this league as they currently sit top having losing just once in the league so far scoring 111 goals and been ten points clear of 2nd placed AFC Bridgnorth with 3 games in hand Khalsas only way is up!
Thanks to Dillon Jaz for the information.