This page contains information about the Association's history.

The Stock Exchange Veterans began life as a football team in 1958. Although the only qualification for selection was to enjoy football, many talented players with a wide variety of honours have starred for the Vets over the years. In 1964 a Stock Exchange Vets side which included George Cohen (Fulham and England), Mickey Stewart (Corinthian Casual and Surrey CCC) and Stanley Matthew junior, defeated Dave King's Showbiz IX in a fixture in aid of the Mayor of Maidenhead's Swimming Bath Fund and the association as a charitable organisation was born.

During the years, the Vets became one of the best patronised organisations in the city with a cricket, golf and darts section.

With the closure of the Stock Exchange floor it became more difficult to continue the football team and the last fixture was played against Winchmore Hill in 1995. However, the Vets Golf Society is still well supported and the Stock Exchange Vets annual dinner is one of the highlights of the Stock Exchange calendar.