|The club was established in 1929 as Alvechurch Juniors.
Since 1957 they have played at Lye Meadows. A record attendance of 13,500 was set for an FA Amateur Cup quarter-final tie against Enfield in 1964–65, although it is estimated that there were up to 16,000 in the ground.
In 1965–66 they reached the semi-finals of the FA Amateur Cup, eventually losing 1–0 to Wealdstone at Stamford Bridge with around 10,000 supporters travelling to London for the game.
The 1971-72 season also saw them make FA Cup history; in the 4th Qualifying Round they were drawn against Oxford City. Following a 2–2 draw at home; the tie went to a record five replays; the first replay at Oxford City’s ground was drawn 1–1. The second replay was at St Andrews in Birmingham, as any replays after the first were required to be on a neutral ground and ended 0–0. The third and fourth replays (both at the Manor Ground in Oxford) also ended 0–0, before Alvechurch finally won the fifth replay 1–0 at Villa Park. Four of the games also went to extra time The six matches, which were played over 17 days during which Alvechurch also had a league match remains a record for an FA Cup tie, as in 1991 the FA scrapped any matches beyond the first replay, which would now end with penalties to decide a winner. The win meant that Alvechurch reached the 1st Round Proper for the first time, also becoming the first club from the Midland Combination to do so. They went on to lose 4–2 at Aldershot.
In the FA Cup in 1973/74 Church reached the Third Round Proper, going down 4-2 at Bradford City.
Sadly, Alvechurch went into decline and despite Geoff Turton of the Rockin’ Berries pop group stepping in to keep the club alive aided by the sale of Andy Comyn to Aston Villa for a club record fee of £30,000 the club subsequently folded in 1993.
The club was re-established under the name Alvechurch Villa in 1994, entering the Premier Division of the Midland Combination. In 1996 they returned to the name Alvechurch. In 2002-03 the club were Premier Division champions and League Cup winners and were promoted to the Midland Alliance. They subsequently won the Worcestershire Senior Urn in 2003–04, 2004–05, 2007–08, 2009–10 and 2012–13When the Midland Combination merged with the Midland Combination to form the Midland League in 2014, Alvechurch were placed in the Premier Division. They were runners-up in the league and Worcestershire Senior Urn winners in 2015-16, and went on to win the league and League Cup double the following season, earning promotion to Division One South of the Northern Premier League
Alvechurch’s first season in the Northern Premier League saw them finish as runners-up in Division One South, resulting in promotion to the Premier Division Central of the Southern League. A fourth-place finish in 2018/19 led to the club qualifying for the promotion play-offs. However, after beating Stourbridge 2–1 in the semi-finals, they lost 3–0 to Kings Lynn in the final. At the end of the season the club won the Worcestershire Senior Cup for the fourth time.
In 2022 the club reached the FA Cup first round again, winning 2–1 at League One club Cheltenham Town to progress to the second round
England International Alan Smith who scored the winning goal for Arsenal in the 1994 Cup Winners Cup final played for Alvechurch F.C.