Collingham Football Club was established in 1887 and currently has 26 teams and approximately 400 playing and social members from age 4 upwards. Throughout its history Collingham FC has predominantly been involved with youth and Sunday football.
In 1994, a Senior Saturday team was created which joined the Central Midlands League Premier Division. Having finished 14th in their 1st season promotion to the Supreme Division was clinched the following season by finishing 4th. The following 5 seasons were played out in the Supreme division with a best placed finish of 5th in the 2000/01 season which also included an appearance in the league cup final in which a goal in stoppage time gave Shirebrook Town the trophy in a 1-0 win.
The 2001/02 season saw entry into the FA Vase for the 1st time in the clubs history. The 2nd Qualifying round match vs Meir KA was played at Station Road on 22nd September 2001, resulting in a 2-1 win for Collingham. Boston Town were the opposition in the 1st round proper on Saturday 20th October, but the cup run come to an end after a 3-2 defeat.
At the end of the 2001/02 season, the team from Collingham was disbanded and it was not until the 2015/16 season that the team returned to the Abacus Lighting Central Midlands Football League South Division and with a talented young squad many of whom had not played adult football previously.
After winning only 1 of their first 9 games in the league they improved throughout the season and eventually managed a very respectable 13th place winning 13 of their 34 games in the league.
In the 2016/17 season Collingham was moved into the North Division of the Central Midlands League and after a slow start to the season a run of just 1 defeat in the final 15 games of the season meant that we finished a highly respectable 4th place.