Totternhoe FC was formed in 1906 when local villagers formed a team to compete against other villages in the locality.
Soon after the end of the First World War the club became affiliated to the Bedfordshire Football Association and joined the Dunstable & District League. From this they progressed to the Luton & South Beds League gradually climbing through the divisions until winning the Premier Division in 1957/8. This signalled the entry into the South Midlands League and the Club has just completed 50 years continuous service in that League which is now known as the Spartan South Midlands.
In 1961/2 the club won Division 1 and were promoted to the Premier Division. Two years later they were relegated but returned to the Premier Division in 1969 after finishing Runners Up in Division 1. After a lengthy spell in the Premier Division there was relegation and a further promotion in 1987. After this the Club established themselves in the top Division competing with the best with some notable victories.
When facility requirements became more stringent the Club were unable to meet the demands of floodlighting and were demoted to a newly formed Senior Division despite the fact that we had finished in mid table. A spell in the Senior Division followed but the demotion from the Premier Division had left its toll with several of the better players leaving. Once the senior now Division 1 became all floodlit a further emotion let to the Club being placed in their current position in Division 2. Amazingly despite having several strong teams the Club has not won any League Trophy since 1962.
In Cup Competitions the Beds Intermediate Cup was won in 1977/8 and we were beaten finalists in the Beds Senior Cup in 1969/70 1986/7 and 1991/2. We were also Runners Up in the League Challenge Trophy in 1993/4 and in the Division 2 Cup in 2005/6. The Reserve team won Reserve Division 2 in 2966/7 and 1988/9 and also Reserve Challenge Trophy Winners in 1966/7.