Shettleston F.C.

Shettleston F.C.

Shettleston Football Club are a Scottish football (soccer) club based in Shettleston, in the East End of Glasgow. Nicknamed "the Town", they were formed in 1903 and are based at Greenfield Park. They currently operate in the West Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association and play in white strips (uniforms) with a black trim.Their fortunes have been mixed in recent years, flitting between the various divisions of the league they have been based in, although they managed to reach the semi-finals of the Scottish Junior Cup in 2000-2001, and the quarter-finals of the same competition in 2001-2002.


Scottish Junior Cup

* Runners-up: 1958-59

Other Honours

* West of Scotland Cup winners: 1974-75, 1992-93, 1994-95
* Glasgow League winners: 1923-24, 1926-27
* Central League A Division winners: 1976-77
* Central Division One winners: 1985-86, 1998-99, 2001-02
* Glasgow Junior Cup: 1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-60, 1967-68
* Glasgow Dryburgh Cup: 1954-55
* Central League Cup: 1972-73, 2001-02
* Central (Beatons Coaches) Sectional League Cup: 1969-70, 1976-77, 1979-80

Current Playing Squad

*Stephen Hutchison GK
*Tom Currie (captain)DEF
*Ross McIntosh DEF
*Jamie Caldwell DEF
*David Reid DEF
*Tony Cahill DEF
*Tam Martin DEF
*Colin Crichton MID
*Jamie McArthur MID
*Gary Espener ATT
*Andy Thompson ATT
*Wully Da Silva ATT

*Manager: Hugh Kelly
*Assistant Manager: Jim Murphy
*Coach: Bernie Beacom
*Sports Therapist: John Paul Murray
*Secretary: Les Turnbull

Notable Former Players

*flagicon|Ireland Bill Gorman

Notable Former Managers

*flagicon|Ireland Tommy Coyne

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