Strathclyde Football Club was a Scottish football club based in Glasgow, who played in Scottish Junior Football Association competitions from 1894 until they went out of business in 1965. They won the Scottish Junior Cup on three occasions.
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Scottish Intermediate League
Central Junior League
The club was formed in 1894 by followers of former Scottish Football League club Thistle in the Dalmarnock district of Glasgow. They spent their early years playing at Beechwood Park located off Strathclyde Street, hence the name choice for the team (the ground is not to be confused with the stadium of that name which was home to Leith Athletic F.C. in the same era). In 1919 the club eventually moved to Springfield Park situated towards Parkhead, becoming near-neighbours of Celtic as well as fellow strong Junior clubs Bridgeton Waverley and Parkhead F.C., neither of which survived into the late 20th century.
Strathclyde won the Scottish Junior Cup for the first time in 1896–97 and went on to win twice more in 1906–07 and 1925–26. They went out of business in 1965.
- Scottish Junior Cup winners: 1896–97, 1906–07, 1925–26
- Glasgow Junior League winners: 1896–97, 1922–23
- Glasgow Junior League Cup winners: 1921–22, 1922–23
- Central League Cup winners: 1940–41
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- "View around Belvidere Hospital, Glasgow, facing south-east, 1952 (showing three grounds: Parkhead left centre, Waverley mid centre, Strathclyde bottom centre)". RCAHMS - Britain from Above. Retrieved 16 October 2017.
- "View around Belvidere Hospital, Glasgow, facing east, 1952 (showing three grounds: Parkhead upper centre, Waverley mid right, Strathclyde bottom left)". RCAHMS - Britain from Above. Retrieved 16 October 2017.
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