|Full name||Shotts Bon Accord Football Club|
|Ground||Hannah Park, Baton Road, Shotts|
|League||West of Scotland League Conference A|
|2020–21||West of Scotland League (withdrawn)|
Shotts Bon Accord Football Club are a Scottish football club based in the town of Shotts, North Lanarkshire.
Shotts Bon Accord were formed in 1950 and currently compete in the West of Scotland League Conference A.
In 1995 Shotts were suspended from the Central Region of the SJFA for one season, after launching court action against the organisation. The club were re-admitted to its Second Division (the third tier) in the 1996–97 season. Remarkably they won each of the league's three divisions in consecutive seasons upon their readmission.
Shotts have won the Scottish Junior Cup on two occasions, defeating Pumpherston Juniors 2–0 in 1958, and Auchinleck Talbot 2–1 in 2012.
The team are managed since May 2018 by John McKeown.
Shotts Bon Accord play at Hannah Park in Shotts. It has one of the largest pitches whilst remaining within the regulation sizes for football grounds. There is a local social club attached.
Also the Motherwell reserve and under-19 teams have played some of their home games at the ground.
The ground was created using local volunteer labour, one of whom - James Hannah - died of thrombosis contracted during the efforts to finish. The park is named in his honour.
As well as being a football stadium, Hannah Park has also been the host venue for the annual Shotts Highland Games.
As of February 21, 2020 
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
|Assistant Manager||Martin Devlin|
|Goalkeeping Coach||Derek Barnes|
Scottish Junior Cup
West of Scotland Cup