Ålgård Fotballklubb is a men's football club located in Ålgård, Norway that was founded in 1915. Ålgård played in Hovedserien, then the highest division in Norway, for several years after World War II. The club has been playing mainly at the third tier level, and was last promoted to 2. divisjon in 2002.
In Rogaland, Ålgård has one of the largest groups of participants in the sport of football in the clubs and has many teams in the youth league. The available talent keeps the club in 2. divisjon. When Bryne FK was promoted to Eliteserien in 1975, many players were transferred to the club in Jæren. Bryne is only 16 km from Ålgård. Players like Birk Engstrøm, Kåre Sivertsen, Sverre Kristian Vaule, Rune Medalen, and Jørgen Rangnes have played for Bryne in Eliteserien. Engstrøm earned a cap for Norway.