Tydd St Mary are celebrating after receiving the FA Charter Standard Club award from the Lincs FA.
The club had already achieved Adult Charter Standard status some years ago but now has achieved Club Standard.
Just two years ago the club had one adult team but they will go into next season with ten teams, ranging from six-year-olds to adults.
Club secretary Carl Wilson said: “The expansion has been phenomenal and the club is just going from strength to strength, providing football for adults and children of all ages in the local and surrounding area.
“A brand new sports pavilion is currently being built so these are exciting times for the club.”
Leanne Woodhead of Lincs FA said: “The charter standard presentation just shows the progress that has been made by the club and the dedication to ensure there is an environment where young people in the area can go to enjoy the game.”
Meanwhile, Baston FC are seeking a new first-team manager to replace Leighton Atkin who has taken over at ICA Sports.
Anyone interested should email the club at email@example.com.