1879 Established alongside other clubs such as Lynn Utd, Lynn CEYMS and Lynn Star
1897–1935 Members of the Norfolk & Suffolk League and occasionally, East Anglian League
1900–01 FA Amateur Cup runner-up
1935–36 Founder members of Eastern Counties League
1937–39 Also played in East Midland League
1946–47 Joined United Counties League
1948–49 Rejoined Eastern Counties League
1949–50 Eastern Counties League runner-up (on goal average)
1952–53 Eastern Counties League runner-up
1953–54 Eastern Counties League Champions & League Cup winners
1954–55 Joined Midland League
1958–59 Joined Southern League South Eastern zone
1962 Relegated to Division One
1963–64 Southern League Division One runner-up. Promoted to Premier Division.
1971 Relegated to Division One
1979–80 League re-organised to Southern & Midland Divisions (No Premier). Placed in Midland Division.
1980–81 Transferred to Northern Premier League
1983–84 Transferred to Southern League
1984–85 Southern League runner-up
1987 Relegated to Midland Division
1995–96 Southern League Midland Division runner-up, and promoted to Premier Division, despite having two points deducted.
2002 Relegated to Eastern Division
2003–04 Southern League Eastern Division Champions. Play-offs for places in new structure – King's Lynn 0 Redditch United 1. Promoted to Premier Division
2007–08 Southern League Premier Division Champions , therefore promoted to Level 6 (Conference North) on the Tier "pyramid".
2008–09 Demoted to Northern Premier League because stadium did not meet Conference North standards
2009 Club wound up by High Courts in regards to debts owed to HMRC.
2010 Club relaunched in UCL Premier Division under new name 'Kings Lynn Town FC'
2012 Linnets promoted to Evo-Stik Division One South