Peterborough Sports Football Club is an association football club, based in Peterborough, Northamptonshire. Founded 115 years ago in 1908, the team currently compete in the National League North, the 6th tier of English football.
They play their home matches at Lincoln Road, and are nicknamed "The Turbines".
The team's playing kit is manufactured by New Balance.
Peterborough Sports FC was founded in 1908 as Brotherhoods Engineering Works and is known as 'The Turbines' due to the turbine engine featured in the club badge.
The club's most famous player is Victor Watson who played for West Ham United and England.
The club has had many successes, including winning the Northants League in 1919/20, the Peterborough Division 3 title in 1976 and 1981, the Peterborough Premier Division in 2006/07, the Northants Lower Junior Cup in 1994 & 1995, the Peterborough Football Association Minor Cup in 1940 and the UCL Premier Division in 2015/16 and 2017/18.
They were promoted to the Northern Premier League for the 2017/18 season and then moved to the Southern League Division 1 Central for the 2018/19 season, winning the title and gaining promotion to Step 3.
In 2020/21 they reached Step 2 of the Non-League pyramid by finishing second in the league and winning the play-offs.