Ter Leede is a football club based in Sassenheim, Netherlands. The club was established on 30 April 1930, as a merger of the clubs Poellaan and Roda.
The men's team is currently playing in the Saturday Hoofdklasse A, the highest level of amateur football in the Netherlands.
The women's team is playing in the women's Hoofdklasse, until the introduction of the Eredivisie for women's football in 2007 the highest level of women's football in the country. The women's team has won the national title four times and the KNVB Cup for women three times. In 2001–02, Ter Leede was the first Dutch team in the UEFA Women's Cup. The team finished in second place of Group 2, behind Ryazan WFC of Russia. The women's team also took part in 2003–04, finishing in second place in Group 8 (behind Fulham L.F.C.), and in 2004–05, finishing in third place in Group 4.