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Scottish Junior Football East Region Super League

The Scottish Junior Football East Region Super League, also known for sponsorship reasons as the McBookie.com East Superleague, is the highest division of the East Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association.

Scottish Junior Football East Region Super League
Founded2002 (17 years ago) (2002)
Country Scotland
RegionSJFA East Region
Number of teams12
Level on pyramid1
Relegation toPremier League North or Premier League South
Domestic cup(s)Scottish Junior Cup
Current championsBonnyrigg Rose Athletic (fourth title)
(2017–18)
Most championshipsBonnyrigg Rose Athletic (four titles)
WebsiteEast Region SJFA
2018–19 East Superleague

From the 2006–07 season until the 2017–18 season, the Super League relegated into the Premier League, which in turn fed down into the North and South divisions.

In 2013–14 the East Super League expanded to sixteen clubs as part of a wider league restructuring in the East Region.[1]

For the 2018–19 season, league reconstruction reduced the Super League to twelve teams after 24 Junior clubs from the east region moved to the East of Scotland Football League.

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Member clubs for the 2018–19 seasonEdit

Club Location Home Ground Capacity Seats Floodlit Finishing position 2017–18
Broughty Athletic Dundee Whitton Park 2,500 0 No 10th
Carnoustie Panmure Carnoustie Laing Park 1,500 0 No 12th
Downfield Dundee Downfield Park 2,500 13 Yes 10th in Premier League
Fauldhouse United Fauldhouse Park View 2,000 100 No 2nd in Premier League
Forfar West End Forfar Strathmore Park 2,500 0 No 16th
Glenrothes Glenrothes Warout Stadium 5,000 730 No 9th in Premier League
Kennoway Star Hearts Star Treaton Park 1,000 0 Yes 15th
Kirriemuir Thistle Kirriemuir Westview Park 2,000 32 Yes 16th in Premier League
Lochee United Dundee Thomson Park 3,200 0 No 6th
Tayport Tayport Canniepairt 2,000 0 No 4th in Premier League
Thornton Hibernian Thornton Memorial Park 1,800 0 No 6th in Premier League
Whitburn Whitburn Central Park 3,000 38 No 15th in Premier League

WinnersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Junior Football – PA Friday June 22". Perthshire Advertiser. 22 June 2012. Retrieved 23 June 2012.

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