Patients with localized non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) considered unfit for surgery are at substantially increased risk of venous thromboembolism. Radiotherapy may further increase this risk. We aim to investigate the impact of stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) on thrombin generation and platelet aggregation. We included 110 patients with localized NSCLC treated with SBRT. Blood samples were obtained prior to SBRT, immediately after SBRT completion, and 4-6 weeks following SBRT. Ex vivo and in vivo thrombin generations were analyzed using a calibrated automated thrombogram and commercial enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays. Platelet aggregation was evaluated using multiple electrode aggregometry. No significant differences were found in ex vivo or in vivo thrombin generation between blood samples before and immediately after SBRT treatment. Platelet aggregation was lower immediately after SBRT than before SBRT (TRAP: P = 0.04 and ASPI: P = 0.02) but remained within the reference interval. SBRT did not affect in vivo and ex vivo thrombin generation or platelet aggregation. SBRT did not cause prothrombotic changes in the coagulation in this study population of SBRT-treated patients with localized NSCLC.