Leamington Football Club is an association football club, based in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. Founded 90 years ago in 1933, the team currently compete in the National League North, the 6th tier of English football.
They play their home matches at New Windmill Ground, and are nicknamed "The Brakes".
Leamington FC is the same club as Lockheed/AP Leamington, established in 1933 as Lockheed, Borg & Beck.
The team competed in various leagues before becoming semi-professional and changing their name to Lockheed-Leamington in 1949.
In 1973, the name changed to Automotive Products Leamington (AP Leamington) and they won the Birmingham Senior Cup, Southern League Cup and Championship Cup.
In 1985, the name reverted back to Leamington FC and the club was placed in mothballs while a new stadium was sought.
In 2000, the club was re-launched and achieved successive promotions, returning to the Southern League Premier Division in 2009.
They won the Southern League title again in 2013, returning them to the National League North.
They have since won two Birmingham Senior Cups and achieved a 13th place finish in 2019/20.