The club was nicknamed The Field, a reference to its former name, Netherfield AFC. Current supporters, however, tend to use the nickname "Town". The team plays its home matches at the Lakeland Radio Stadium.
1925 - Won the Westmorland County Cup
1945 - Turned semi-professional by joining the Lancashire Combination
1949 - Won the Lancashire Combination Championship
1956 - Reached the first round stage of the FA Cup for the fifth time in eight years, a 5-1 loss to Grimsby Town F.C., watched by a record crowd of 5,000
1955-56 - Won the Combination Cup
1960-61 - Won the Combination Cup
1964-65 - Won the Combination Championship Division 1 title. The club reserve team won the Division 2 Championship
1968 - One of the founder members of the Northern Premier League
1982 - Had to move to the North West Counties Football League Division One because of financial constraints
1987 - Moved into the newly formed League Division 1 of the Northern Premier League
1998 - Changed name to Netherfield Kendal
2000 - Changed name to Kendal Town FC
2003 - Reached the final of the Marsden Cup, losing 0-2 to Leigh RMI F.C.
2005 - Awarded the Charter Standard status along with Wattsfield Youth FC
2006 - Promoted to the Unibond Premier League by virtue of finishing in third place in the league and subsequently winning the play-off final 2–1 over Gresley Rovers at home on 6 May 2006