Coalville Town Football Club is a football club based in Coalville, a small town in the English county of Leicestershire. The club was established in 1884 and played its first competitive match in the Leicestershire & Rutland Senior League Division Two in 1885. Coalville Town have since competed in the Leicestershire County League and the Premier Division of the North Midlands League. The club spent their early years playing in local leagues and cup competitions, but gained notice in the 1920s when they reached the final of the Leicester Charity Cup. In 1935 Coalville Town joined the Birmingham Combination and competed in that league for the next decade. The club was relegated from the Birmingham Combination in 1950 and returned to the Senior Division of the Leicestershire & Rutland League. The club enjoyed prosperous times in the late 1960s and early 1970s, reaching the Premier Division of the Northern Premier League and winning the League Cup in 1971. However, Coalville Town were relegated from the Premier Division in 1974 and struggled in the lowest tier of the English football pyramid for the next two decades. They returned to the Premier Division of the Midlands League in 2002 and have since played in the Northern Premier League. The club joined the Central Midlands Football League in 2009 and currently competes in that league.