Clachnacuddin Football Club is a part-time senior professional football club from the city of Inverness who currently play in the Scottish Highland Football League.
Clachnacuddin have won the most Highland Football League championships in the competition's history: a total of 18. Their home ground is Grant Street Park in the city's Merkinch area. They also have a youth system, with many teams ranging from the primary squads to the under 19s.
The club operated a reserve team in the North Caledonian Football League but withdrew for the start of the 2014–15 season.
They were founded in 1885 and are nicknamed "The Lilywhites" (due to their white strip) or "Clach". Their name is an English approximation of a Scots Gaelic name meaning "the stone of the tub", referring to a city landmark in Inverness.
As a senior team with a compliant stadium, they are entitled to enter the Scottish Cup.