SC Waldgirmes is a German football club from Waldgirmes, Hesse. The 700 member club is best known for its football team, but also has departments for table tennis, women's gymnastics, alpine gymnastics, and cycling.
The association was founded in 1929 as SG Waldgirmes. As a worker's side the club was banned for political reasons when the Nazis came to power in 1933 and a number of the footballers left for TV 05 Waldgirmes where they formed a football department. After World War II occupying Allied authorities banned all organizations in the country including sports and football associations. SG Waldgirmes was re-established in the summer of 1945 as a general community sports association. In 1948 the football side went its own way as the independent club FC Waldgirmes until being re-united with its parent in 1952 to form SC Waldgirmes.
The footballers were promoted to Landesliga Hessen-Mitte in 1970 and played at that level over the next three decades with the exception of single season demotions in 1975 and 1993. In 2002 Waldgirmes earned promotion to the Oberliga Hessen (IV) after capturing their first Landesliga (V) title. They were relegated after a last place finish but immediately won their way back to fourth tier Oberliga play the next season, where they archived good results in the following season.
The clubs reserve team, the SC Waldgirmes II, playes only one level below the first team, in the Verbandsliga.