Port Glasgow F.C.
|Full name||Port Glasgow Junior Football Club|
|Ground||Port Glasgow Community Stadium, Parklea, Port Glasgow|
|Manager||Paul Coyle & Eddie Walton|
|League||West of Scotland League Conference B|
|2020–21||West of Scotland League Conference B (season abandoned)|
Nicknamed the Undertakers, they were formed as Port Glasgow Athletic Juveniles F.C. in 1948 as an offshoot of Clune Rock Juveniles. They stepped up to the Junior ranks a year later and obtained a place in the Central Junior Football League. They are not related to the pre-War Port Glasgow Athletic Juniors who disbanded in July 1939 after losing their ground.
Their first ground was Woodhall Park, Port Glasgow where they played until being evicted by the local council in 2000 to make way for an industrial development, which was not built until 2014. They then groundshared with local rivals Greenock Juniors at both Ravenscraig Stadium and Battery Park, while Ravenscraig was redeveloped for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. The club returned to Port Glasgow in 2012 at a new £4.4 million community stadium at Parklea.
Currently playing in West of Scotland League Conference B, they wear white striped uniforms with a black trim. The team are managed by management duo of Paul Coyle and Eddie Walton.
An unrelated senior club, also called Port Glasgow F.C. (1876–1879), participated in the early Scottish Cup seasons.