Loughgall Football Club is a semi-professional, Northern Irish football club playing in the NIFL Championship.

The club, founded in 1967, is situated in the village of Loughgall, near Armagh in County Armagh and they play their home games in the village at Lakeview Park. They achieved senior status in 2004 on promotion to the Irish Premier League, but reverted to intermediate status upon relegation in 2007. Keith Kearney is their youngest ever goalscorer, when he scored in the Irish cup 4th round tie against Tandragee Rovers FC. He was a 68th minute substitute making his debut and scored in the 77th minute aged just 14 years and 187 days old. On 3 March 2018, after Glenavon fans spent 28 hours clearing their pitch of snow and ice to get the game played, Loughgall beat Glenavon 2-1 to reach the semi final of the Irish Cup for the first time since 1997.