Founded in 1921, their home ground is The Clayton Caravan Park Recreation Ground.  Clubs in italics are currently in abeyance while in continued membership of the Scottish Junior Football Association. . players, Category:Duntocher Hibernian F.C.
The North Junior Football League, also known as the North-East Junior League, was a football league competition operated in northern Scotland under the Scottish Junior Football Association which operated as the top league in the territory until 2001 when a new regional setup was established - although this was very similar to the previous setup. The cup's sponsor for 18 years, until the start of the 2006–07 season, was OVD Demerara Rum, replaced at the semi final stage of the 2006–07 competition by Scottish coach operator Citylink. The SJL's main problem was it remained in the shadow of the GJL, to which most of its members aspired. Of the other early entrants, Pollok defeated St Cuthbert Wanderers before taking Montrose to a replay in Glasgow, watched by 1,873 spectators. Looking into claret and blue teams has taken me to Scotland as a reader clued me in to Cumbernauld United F.C. A return fixture could not be arranged as the Lancashire league could not provide a sufficient guarantee.
Ashfield, Benburb, Parkhead and Vale of Clyde were among its founding members. The team plays in the East of Scotland League First Division Conference A, having moved from the junior leagues in 2018. North champions Culter defeated two East of Scotland League clubs before losing to Highland League side Huntly in the third round. The highest number of players from a Junior international match to go on to win Senior caps is four. The Scottish Junior Cup is an annual football competition organised by the Scottish Junior Football Association for its member clubs.   The full Scottish national side did not play a match outwith the British Isles until 1929 when they also travelled to Norway. The record number of clubs to enter the Junior Cup was 412 in 1922–23. The term "junior" does not relate to the age of players. . The Scottish Junior Football Association (SJFA) is an affiliated national association of the Scottish Football Association and is the governing body for the junior grade of football in Scotland.
From the 2007–08 season, four Junior sides have been able to qualify for the Scottish Cup. Today, the senior grade of football in Scotland is played in the Scottish Professional Football League (until 2013 divided into the Scottish Premier League and the Scottish Football League), as well as the four senior non-leagues: the Highland Football League, the Lowland Football League, the East of Scotland Football League and the South of Scotland Football League. It was initially confined to the Glasgow district, but soon extended to include sides from Bute, Clackmannanshire, Ayrshire and Stirlingshire. In 1923 the SJL re-organised its divisions into East and West sections – the winners playing off for the title – but the Second Division was reintroduced after two years. players, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Scottish_Junior_Football_Association_clubs&oldid=976048717, Scottish Junior Football Association clubs, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 31 August 2020, at 22:12. It was formed in 1926 and continued until 1974. After the dispute was over a year later, the SJL admitted some of the GJL's discarded teams. The league sits at level 6 on the pyramid system, on par with the South of Scotland Football League and West of Scotland Football League. The wide geographical spread of its clubs made life difficult for the league after 1939. The league continued for one more season but was wound up in 1894.
players, Category:Baillieston Juniors F.C. . Their home strip colours are maroon, with white shorts and maroon socks, while their away strip colours are blue, with blue shorts and blue socks. The final broadcast live on BBC Alba. In June, a party of 13 players and three officials visited Norway and played three games each in Stavanger and Bergen. Junior football is represented on the Non-Professional Game Board alongside other organisations such as the East of Scotland Football League, South of Scotland Football League and Scottish Amateur Football Association. Their home ground is Beechwood Park. Formed in 1881 and nicknamed the Rose, the team plays in the Lowland League, having been promoted after winning the East of Scotland Football League and gaining SFA membership in June 2019. Royal Albert Football Club are a football club, historically based in the town of Larkhall, Scotland but currently playing in the nearby village of Stonehouse. These results are listed below: Juniors also play internationally, with the best players being picked to play for the Scottish Junior international team against other countries' non-league select teams. The team plays in the East of Scotland Football League Premier Division, the sixth tier of Scottish football, having moved from the junior leagues in 2018.
While it was seen as reasonably successful by the district sides, the city sides did not share that view and all five left at the end of the season. In all the league lasted only four years. Because of World War I, it operated with one division from 1915 until 1919, when the Second Division was reintroduced. It was based in the west of Scotland and largely consisted of Junior clubs that were not considered good enough for the major leagues of the time i.e. players, Category:Musselburgh Athletic F.C.  , The team have been led since 2008 by former Glenrothes, Tayport and Kelty manager, Keith Burgess.  In the 2015–16 season, Linlithgow Rose became the first junior team to reach the last 16 of the Scottish Cup after beating Forfar Athletic. 1 Round-robin tournament format used from 2000–01 onwards.
players, Category:Maryhill Hibernians F.C. Bo'ness United Football Club is a Scottish football club, based in the town of Bo'ness. The club supplied eight players who went on to become full Scotland internationals later in their careers and Andy Auld who played five times for the US national team. players, Category:Bonnybridge Juniors F.C. This first phase of regionalisation removed the need for the many local associations, replacing them instead with six regional committees.
This cup was established in 1886.  The team's most capped player is Bert McNab, of Petershill, who won 12 caps between 1951 and 1955. players, Category:Kennoway Star Hearts F.C. In April 1896, Hugh Morgan, Willie Muir, Tommy Low and Bobby Walker, helped Scotland defeat England 4–0 at Aston Villa's Wellington Road ground. The following players were selected for the Junior International Quadrangular Tournament which was held in Glasgow, from 11–14 October 2017. They presently play their home games at Newtown Park, which holds 2,500 spectators and has been used as a football ground since the 1880s. The club are based at Crombie Park and their colours are red and white. Parkhead Football Club was a Scottish football club from the Parkhead district of Glasgow who played in Scottish Junior Football Association competitions from their formation in 1880 until going out of business in 1963. The main league structure is organised on a geographical basis, with the 63 member clubs being split into two regions: There was also previously a West Region which contained 63 clubs at the end of the 2019–20 season, prior to its members leaving the Juniors to join a new West of Scotland Football League in the senior pyramid.
The first three winners of the Scottish Junior Cup all joined the SFA and stepped up to senior level. I think because we don’t have a pyramid system for all semi-professional teams, as they have in England, Junior football …
The North and South Qualifying Cups for full and associate member clubs in non-league football, which had both sent their four semi-finalists into the main competition, were scrapped and all these clubs now qualified automatically for the first round. Formerly a member of the Scottish Football League they now play in the West of Scotland League Conference B. players, Category:Cambuslang Hibernian F.C.
Their home ground since 1882 is Rosebank Park, and they wear maroon and light blue strips. players, Category:Bridge of Don Thistle F.C. St Andrews United Football Club is a Scottish football club based in St Andrews, Fife.
Football for young players is generally known as "Youth" (up to Under-19) or "Juvenile" (which is to Under-21 level) football. players, Category:Craigmark Burntonians F.C. The Scottish Junior Football Association (SJFA) is an affiliated national association of the Scottish Football Association and is the governing body for the junior grade of football in Scotland.The term "junior" refers to the level of football played, not the age of the players. In 2014, they were joined as annual entrants to the competition by Banks O' Dee and Linlithgow Rose who achieved the SFA National Club Licensing criteria.    The closest equivalent terminology would be non-League football in England, the difference being that junior football in Scotland is not similarly integrated into its football league system. Scottish Junior Football Portfolio (1897). players, Category:Haddington Athletic F.C. Stoneyburn Junior Football Club are a Scottish football club based in Stoneyburn, near Bathgate, West Lothian. The Scottish Junior Football Association is affiliated to the Scottish Football Association and administers the Junior grade of association football in Scotland.  Junior football had existed since the early 1880s, initially as separate local associations across Scotland for clubs not in membership of the SFA. Originally playing at The Sheddens on Old Shettleston Road, the club moved to Helenslea Park near current day Beattock/Sorby Streets before development forced the club further out towards the Newbank/Lilybank area and into New Helenslea Park. players, Category:Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic F.C.  Girvan still qualified for the Scottish Cup from 2007 as a result of their historic full membership of the SFA.
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