Belper Town Football Club is a football club based in Belper, Derbyshire, England. They are currently members of the Northern Premier League Division One Midlands and play at Christchurch Meadow. The club are nicknamed the "Nailers" due to the town's nail-making industry.
The club were originally formed in 1883 and reached the first round of the FA Cup in 1887–88, losing 3–2 to The Wednesday. They were founder members of the Derbyshire Senior League in 1890, and finished as runners-up in 1895–96. By the mid-1900s the club were playing in the Mid-Derbyshire League and were league champions in 1904–05. In 1906–07 they were runners-up, The league was rebranded as the Derbyshire Alliance in 1907 and merged with the Notts & District League in 1908 to form the Notts & Derbyshire League, with Belper as founder members. However, they left the league midway through the 1911–12 season and folded due to financial difficulties.
The club reformed in 1951 and joined Division One of the Central Alliance, taking over the fixtures of Mansfield Town 'A', who had withdrawn from the league. In 1956 the league was restructured, with Belper placed in Division One North. They finished as runners-up in 1956–57 and were champions in 1958–59, a season in which they also won the Derbyshire Senior Cup for the first time.
When the Midland League was re-established in 1961, Belper joined the league. They finished bottom of the league in 1969–70. After it was split into two divisions, Belper were placed in the Premier Division, of which they finished bottom in 1978–79. However, they were not relegated, and went on to win the Premier Division and the Derbyshire Senior Cup the following season.
In 1982 the league merged with the Yorkshire League to form the Northern Counties East League, with Belper placed in the Premier Division. They won the Premier Division in 1984–85 and the President's Cup in 1995–96. The following season they finished as runners-up in the Premier Division and were promoted