The club has had a very storied history, considering it was formed by such a small group of friends who had always met on sundays to play pick up soccer in Valleywood park in Caledon.
Soccer Club Serie Red Star Brampton was first formed in July 16, 2010, as the first Polish soccer club in the city, albeit under a different name - Red Star Polonia Brampton. The color Red was chosen as the main club colour to represent the red of the Poland flag and rose (symbol of Brampton). To differentiate from the other Polish clubs in the Greater Toronto Area, an idea was put to have the Star, a common symbol of success and strength, in the club name. Due to the team wearing Red, the club named itself Red Star.
Red Star was to debut in the Fall 2010 indoor season in the BAS (Brampton Adult Soccer League). However, problems arose that were out of the club's management control, which resulted in the Red's missing out on it's debut season. During this time the team practiced in Valleywood to prepare for it's inaugural season. It was at the start of December 2010 that the club was ready to make it's debut in the Winter 2010-2011 season. During this time, it was decided the names 'Red Star' and 'Polonia' were dropped from the team name and the club association brand S.C. Serie (Soccer Club Serie) was used instead.
During this time, the club announced it's first coach, Nathan M, a founding father of the club. The inaugural season for S.C. Serie did not go well as expected, with the club being placed in a high division right from the get go. The team, which was composed of mostly the friends who played pickup every Sunday together, struggled to compete against the already established and known Brampton clubs. Realizing what they had got themselves into, coach Nathan M left, and much of the team chose to go elsewhere, putting the club in a state of hiatus and close to disbandment. It was at this point when the league officials of the PCSL (Polish Canadian Soccer League) got in contact with the club to see if there would be any interest of a Brampton team entering. Due to the state the club currently found itself with, it was decided to decline this offer from the PCSL.
On June 24, 2011 the club returned from hiatus and went back to it's roots and original name - Red Star Brampton, but also still keeping the club association name S.C. Serie in it's soccer team brand. In turn, a new nickname for the club was introduced - Czerwoni Krolewscy (Eng: Red Kings). Well known Polish-Canadian coach, Dariusz Wielenski was signed to lead the team, which now was made up of stronger players which brought the level up. During the 2011-2012 fall-winter season, Red Star played at the Brampton Fairgrounds, featuring both in the 1st and 2nd Division. After the fall season, the club underwent major changes with its roster which resulted in a much stronger team that following year and a plan for the future to play at the highest level possible.
On March 17th 2012, the club celebrated it's first grand achievement, by placing 3rd place in the Polish-Canadian Championship 'Zywiec Cup'. The Reds despite being only a year and nine months old, a particularly unknown team only playing out it's soccer in the local Brampton league, surprised spectators by advancing farther than other well known Polonia clubs such as: Lakeshore United (entered 3 teams in the tournament), Olimpia Toronto, Polonia Hamilton, and London White Eagles. This is was a milestone in the club's history, which has quickly seen Red Star being ranked as one of the top Polish clubs in the province and country.
Shortly afterwards, in April, 2012, Red Star was announced to be an expansion club of the Polish Canadian Soccer League (PCSL), the highest league of play for Polish clubs in Canada. With the hiring of former Jagiellonia Bialystok trainer, Jerzy Zaniewski as the head coach, the club saw immediate success. Riding off their Zywiec Cup performances, the club went on a eight game undefeated streak which would see them sit in first place for majority of the season. The Reds would later triumph over reigning champions Bialo-Czerwoni Toronto, and rivals Lakeshore United to become Vice-Champions, missing out on the PCSL Championship title by only two points. This was another major achievement by a newly joined team, which quickly saw Red Star's domination in the Polonia arena continue.
In December 2012, the club celebrated it's first championship by winning the 2012 Canlan Soccer Open in Mississauga, Ontario. The Reds marked the tournament with a strong performance by going undefeated in the group stages, which eventually led them to the finals. Excellent teamwork and tactics in the finals ensured the Brampton team won.
During this time, the club also entered talks with an older and wealthier Polish club, Wisla United Oakville about the possibility of a merger. Wisla had the wealth but not the players and struggled significantly, facing almost relegation from their league. Whereas Red Star had the right players (some of the strongest Polish players in the country) but ran on an extremely tight budget that prevented the club from expanding it's horizons. After several months of meetings, the merger deal was dropped after Wisla failed to live up to their end of the deal.
On March 10th 2013, Red Star Brampton made it's historic landmark in Polish-Canadian soccer, by winning 1st place in the Polish-Canadian Championship 'Zywiec Cup'. In addition, Red Star made more history by being the first team in the tournament to have a clean sheet in every game. Out of the six tournament awards handed out, three Red Star players were chosen. Players such as Peter Michalski, Adrian Sikorski, and Michael Lee-Chong were largely instrumental in capturing the title, all who of which claimed an award in the seperate categories of Top Goalkeeper/Top Goal Scorer/Tournament MVP.
During SCS's history, the club has gone through some significant crest changes which can be seen below: