Club History

The club joined Division Two of the Leicestershire senior League in 1955.

In the 1966/67 season they finished second and were promoted to Division One.

The club were then relegated back to Division Two at the end of the 1971/72 season but were immediately promoted back to Division One the following season as Division Two runners up.

The club continued to yo-yo between the two divisions, being relegated in 1974/75 then promoted back in 1977/78, relegated in 1979/80 promoted as champions in 1980/81, relegated in 1982/83 and promoted back in 1985/86.

The club won the Premier division (as Division One had been renamed in 1983). Shortly after in 1990/91, they moved from Dunley Way to Coventry Road.

The club were relegated again at the end of the 1994/95 season. Despite only finishing 11th in 1996/97 they were promoted to the Premier Division. They returned to Division One after finishing bottom of the Premier Division in 1999/2000.

The club returned to their original home of Dunley Way from the 2012/13 season and saw the first team and reserves win their respective divisions in 2017.

Lutterworth Town Football Club are now playing back at their original home of Dunley Way in the heart of Lutterworth, Leicestershire.

The club have been in existence for over 100 years and until recently played outside of the town at Hall park, this changed following a ground swap with Lutterworth Athletic and the club haven’t looked back.

Since our return to Dunley Way, we have won the Leicestershire Senior League Division 1, Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division, United Counties League Division 1 and now play in the United Counties Premier Division South as well as representing Lutterworth In the FA cup, FA youth cup and FA Vase!

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