St Mirren, Dundee, Morton and Airdrieonians
Queen of the South
- Queens highly successful first season in the top division finishing 4th - their highest finish to date. Queens also made it to the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup for the second time
- Fotheringham was part of the 16 player squad for the 11 game 1936 overseas tour and the Algiers invitational tournament. Queens returned with the trophy after beating Racing de Santander in the final.
- Fotheringham was at the club for the 1937 knocking of Rangers out of the Scottish Cup
In one game for Queens away to Arbroath Fotheringham left behind his false teeth in the goal mouth at the ground in error. The falsers were returned to Fotheringham via a fish delivery lorry from Arbroath.
Fotheringham retired in 1937 and later on in life scouted for Queens bringing George 'Chopper' Dickson to Dumfries.