The FC Hayes ( officially: Hayes Football Club ) - also known as The Missio agent - was an English football club based in Hayes, London Borough of Hillingdon, Greater London, in the Conference South, the sixth- highest division in England, played in 2007. The venue of the club was the 6500 courses comprehensive Church Road.
The club was founded in 1909 as Botwell mission and played in the early years in a very lower class amateur leagues. In 1929 followed the renaming of the club and this occurred then as Hayes Football Club in appearance. The following year the team was inducted into the Athenian League. In the 1930/31 season the club made the move into the final of the FA Amateur Cup, but lost narrowly to the Wycombe Wanderers. The club was then represented for many years in the same league and could as the only success has been achieved winning the Athenian League in 1957. 1971 was followed by the recording of the association in the Isthmian League. The team was able to prove constancy, as this spent over twenty years in the league.
Only after the 1995/96 season when winning the Isthmian League was secured, the team from London Borough of Hillingdon promotion to the Football Conference. After that game class, the club managed by highly fluctuating performance in five consecutive years in the league, but had to go to the 2001/ 02 season, the transition in the Isthmian League Premier Division compete. Following the major restructuring in 2004, the Football Conference, the club was then included in the Conference South, although the team as an eight -placed the Isthmian League Premier Division sporty not qualified for it.
In the following three years was achieved with moderate placements of the League receipt in the Conference South. On 18 May 2007, the Hayes FC announced that the club will enter into a merger with FC Yeading. The new club Hayes & Yeading United took the places of Hayes and Yeading in the Conference South.
- Athenian League winner: 1956/57,
- Isthmian League winner: 1995/96