Forth Wanderers Football Club are a Scottish football club based in the village of Forth, South Lanarkshire. Formed in 1904 they compete in the West of Scotland League Conference A and play in red strips with a white trim with a second strip of all black.
Since 1934 they have played at Kingshill Park in the village, however they have had to share with Carluke Rovers for a spell and play on a public park in Carnwath when this ground proved unusable. The team's first games were played at Pleasure Park before the Wanderers moved to Hie Dyke in 1929. It was 5 years later until they moved to what is their current home, Kingshill Park in 1934.
Forth have supplied two Scottish international goalkeepers in George Wood and Rab Douglas. Rangers legend Willie Waddell came from the village and starred for the team in his pre-Ibrox days.