Cottingham is a village and civil parish in Northamptonshire in the English midlands that can trace its history back to Roman times. Cotingeham is listed in the Domesday Book and is also mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. It is located north-west of the town of Corby and is administered as part of that town's borough. At the time of the 2001 census, Cottingham parish's population was 912 people.
Cottingham has a football team called New Cottingham F.C., established in 2009 although the team is based in Corby. They won the Fred Deeley Memorial Trophy in 2011 and came runners up in the same competition a year later. They won the Bob Quincey Shield for the first time in their history in 2013. The club is managed by Neil Woollacott.
The village has a community-run Village Store and Cafe that opened in September 2011. The project has been backed by more than 180 shareholders who have invested more than £11,000 in the venture.