|Full name||Kolding Idrætsforening|
|Nickname(s)||De blå-hvide (The blue-whites)|
|Capacity||10,000 (2,197 seated)|
|League||Danish 2nd Division West|
Kolding IF is a Danish association football club based in Kolding, which plays in the Danish 2nd Division West. Founded in 1895, Kolding IF played in the top-flight 1982 and 1983 Danish 1st Division championships. In 2002, they joined forces with Kolding Boldklub, the other major football club in Kolding, to form the cooperative Kolding FC first team. The joint club merged with Vejle Boldklub in 2011 to form Vejle Boldklub Kolding. This merger was dissolved in 2013 and Kolding IF reemerged.
- 1950s–60s: Jørgen Lildballe (1955), holds the record for most first team matches – 386.
- 1980s: Jan Mølby (1981), played on the Danish national team, and went to European top clubs afterwards.
- Jutland Championships
- Winners (2): 1930–31, 1935–36
- Runners-up (5): 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1942
- Jutland Cup
- Runners-up (1): 1939–40
- (in Danish) Official site