Forth Wanderers F.C.
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Forth Wanderers Football Club are a Scottish football club based in the village of Forth, South Lanarkshire. Formed in 1904 they compete in the West Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association and play in red strips (uniforms) with a white trim.Although now more often play in a black kit. The black kit is sponsored by the Scottish band G.U.N. and the red kit by local firm Gardiner accountants, and the white kit is sponsored by engineering company Well Machined.
|Full name||Forth Wanderers Football Club|
|League||West of Scotland League Central District First Division|
|2015–16||West of Scotland League Central District Second Division, 1st (promoted)|
- Lanarkshire League winners: 1965–66
- Central League B Division winners: 1979–80
- Lanarkshire Junior Cup: 1959–60
- Lanarkshire Hozier Cup: 1913–14
- Central League Cup: 1984–85
- Scottish Junior Cup semi finalists 1980–81
- Forth Wanderers history
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- Thomson, Ross (5 November 2014). "Jamie Mac's back in Forth Wanderers pack". Carluke Gazette. Retrieved 8 November 2014.