Vale of Leithen F.C.
|Full name||Vale of Leithen Football Club|
|Ground||Victoria Park, Innerleithen|
|2019–20||Lowland League, 16th of 16|
The team's motto is "Keep Faith", and features on their club crest, along with the town's patron saint, St. Ronan. The home strip features a blue shirt with white sleeves, blue shorts and red socks; the away strip is all-red, with white trim on the sleeves.
The club is one of the oldest in the Scottish Borders, having formed in 1891, they became full members of the Scottish Football Association in 1897. The club played at Caddon Park and initially played their first two games as Leithen Vale but subsequently changed their name to Vale of Leithen Football Club. In 1922, they moved to their current home, Victoria Park.
- As of 2 April 2021
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|Vale of Leithen|
|2013–14||Lowland League||6th||22||11||3||8||-2||36||First round, losing to Brora Rangers|
|2014–15||Lowland League||9th||26||9||6||11||-14||33||Preliminary round, losing to Gala Fairydean Rovers|
|2015–16||Lowland League||13th||28||7||5||16||-29||26||Preliminary round 1, losing to Wigtown & Bladnoch|
|2016–17||Lowland League||13th||30||11||4||15||-14||37||First round, losing to East Kilbride|
|2017–18||Lowland League||15th||30||8||5||17||-32||29||First round, losing to Spartans|
|2018–19||Lowland League||13th||28||8||5||15||-31||29||First round, losing to Gretna 2008|
|2019–20||Lowland League||16th†||23||2||2||19||-71||8||First round, losing to Fort William|
|2020–21||Lowland League||17th†||12||0||0||12||-53||0||Preliminary round 2, losing to Banks O' Dee|
† Season curtailed due to coronavirus pandemic.
- Winners (4): 1924–25, 1977–78, 1978–79, 1986–87
East of Scotland Qualifying Cup
- Winners (6) : 1919–20, 1920–21, 1924–25, 1948–49, 1985–86, 1978–79, 1981–82
Scottish Qualifying Cup (South)
- Winners (5): 1957–58, 1972–73, 1976–77, 1990–91, 1992–93
East of Scotland (City Cup)
- Winners (1): 1991–92
- Winners (7) : 1921–22, 1936–37, 1955–56, 1959–60, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1991–92