Lossiemouth F.C.

Lossiemouth Football Club are a senior football club from Lossiemouth, Moray, Scotland. They play in the Highland Football League.

Lossiemouth
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Full nameLossiemouth Football Club
Nickname(s)The Coasters
Founded1945
GroundGrant Park, Lossiemouth
Capacity3,250 (250 seated)
ChairmanAlan Mcintosh
ManagerJoe Russell
LeagueHighland League
2019–20Highland League, 17th of 17

Founded in 1945, they were admitted to the Highland League the following year and have played there ever since. The club's home is Grant Park.

Traditionally a team hovering around the lower end of the league table, Lossiemouth have enjoyed several cup successes, including a hat-trick of North of Scotland Cups and a memorable, last-minute victory, in the Highland League Cup over Fraserburgh.

Lossiemouth are full members of the Scottish Football Association, and are therefore permitted to play in the Scottish Cup.

StadiumEdit

 
A match at Grant Park

Lossiemouth play at Grant Park in Lossiemouth. It has a capacity of 3,250, including 250 seats.

Current squadEdit

As of 2 September 2018

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   SCO Blair Moir
2 DF   SCO Jack MacArthur
3 DF   SCO Aaron Hamilton
4 MF   SCO Baylee Campbell
5 MF   SCO Aaron McLean
6 MF   SCO Liam Archibald
7 MF   SCO Connor Macaulay
8 FW   SCO Ross Archibald
10 FW   SCO Kelvin Mackenzie
11 DF   SCO Ally Bellingham
No. Pos. Nation Player
14 MF   SCO Ryan Sewell
15 MF   SCO Dean McCall
16 FW   SCO Brodie Allen
17 DF   SCO Scott Campbell
18 MF   SCO Callum Clark
20 MF   SCO Fraser Forbes
21 GK   SCO Stewart Black
- GK   SCO Trevor Dear
- DF   SCO Kyle Ure
- MF   SCO Ryan Stuart

Club honoursEdit

  • League Cup:
    • Winners: 1961–62, 1996–97
  • North of Scotland Cup:
    • Winners: 1994–95, 1995–96, 1996–97, 2000–01, 2002–03
  • Scottish Supplementary Cup (North):
    • Winners: 1956–57

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 57°42′49.2″N 3°17′7.5″W / 57.713667°N 3.285417°W / 57.713667; -3.285417