Lutterworth Athletic FC was formed in 1993 by members of Lutterworth Juniors & Youth FC, Mick English, Terry Waterfield & Steve Rendell. The idea was based on the request of youth players that wanted to continue into senior football.
The club initially joined the District League and started in Division two. In season 94/95 they became division two champions and in the same year reached the finals of the Leicestershire & Rutland County FA Trophy losing by the odd goal to Anstey Town. In season 99/00 they reached the final of the Saturday Shield again losing by the odd goal to Belgrave. In 01/02 they gained promotion to the premier division after finishing runners up in division one. In 04/05 they successfully became premier league champions of the district league and were duly promoted to the senior league division 1.
In 08/09 the club were promoted to the Leicestershire Senior League Premier Division, after finishing the campaign as Division One runners-up. The year was rounded off by lifting the Lutterworth Charity Cup for the first time.
The 09/10 campaign proved to be a great success finishing 6th in Leicestershire’s Premier Division for the first time. The club also lifted the Lutterworth Charity Cup for the second time in the clubs history beating Blaby and Whetstone in the final. This was imaged in the 2010-11 with Athletic again finishing 6th after an even stronger season and achieving victory over Blaby in the Charity Cup final. In addition to this the Athletic boys came through winning the Beacon Bitter Cup, a height no other Athletic team had ever achieved.