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Buses that stop outside the stadium,
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Edinburgh City FC
Edinburgh City FC
Scottish Lowland League Champions
sponsored by The Scottish Sun
Club Captain Dougie Gair is presented with the Scottish Lowland Football League Trophy by Stewart Regan the Chief Executive of the Scottish Football Association.
Edinburgh City FC
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Vote for the Goal of the season 2014-15
Please follow the links below to view and vote for the goal of the season, Thanks to pitchside media, this is open to anyone voting apart from Joe Mbu's cross.
City travelled to Dudgeon Park to complete the 2nd leg of the Pyramid play off against Brora Rangers. Despite taking the lead through Ross Allum in the 4th minute City allowed Brora to equalise through Scott Graham in the 63rd minute, Chris McKee then seen red and City played on and into extra time with 10 men, With no more goals Brora won the penalty shoot for the right to play Montrose for the football league spot. All the best to Brora Rangers in this fixture.
City played Brora Rangers in the first leg of the pyramid play off, Ortega Deniran opened the scoring on the 57th minute for City but Brora equalised through Martin McLean ( 79 ) in a close but competitive game.
City finished their Lowland League campaign with a 5-1 victory over Selkirk at Yarrow Park, Ortega opened the scoring in the 13th minute and then 5 minutes set up Dougie Gair to make it two, Ross Allum was next on the score sheet in the 54th minute with Dougie Gair adding the fourth in the 66th minute followed by a John Dunn goal 4 minutes later.
City travelled to Rosewell to take on Whitehill Welfare in the Lowland League, Goals from John Dunn (41) and Dougie Gair (48) secured the 3 points in a 2-0 victory.
City recorded a fine 2-0 victory over Spartans this afternoon making it an undefeated league campaign at home this season. Goals from Ortega Deniran and Ross Allum in the first half sealed the victory.
City travelled back through to Maryhill and drew 0-0 with BSC Glasgow in the League Cup section.
City suffered a defeat is the semi final of South Challenge Cup against BSC Glasgow today going down 5 goals to nil, the sending off of Joe Mbu and Mark McConnell never helped City's cause either.
City defeated Stirling University 3-1 tonight, Dougie Gair opened the scoring in the 43rd minute in this Lowland League game, Mark McConnell scored the second in the 70th minute with John Dunn following up for the third less than a minute later. Stirling grabbed a consolation goal with 5 minutes left.
City drew 0-0 with Gretna 2008 in the Lowland League fixture.
City travelled to Dalbeattie and suffered their first defeat of the League campaign this season narrowly going down 2-1 with Dougie Gair getting City's only goal.
City gained the 3 points in this league fixture against BSC Glasgow with a narrow 1-0 victory, An unfortunate OG in 50 minutes was enough to give ‘The Citizens’ full points in the first meeting between the two clubs in Glasgow.
City managed their 12th successive victory in the Lowland League when they made the short trip to Pefermill to play Edinburgh University. Ian McFarland's strike in the 43rd minute was enough to secure the points.
City recorderd their second consecutive victory over East Kilbride but this time in the South Challenge Cup. Joe Mbu's first goal of the season being the only difference between the two teams.
City travelled to K Park to take on East Kilbride in Lowland League business and secured all 3 points thanks to a solo Nico Gibson strike on the 39th minute.
City travelled to Meadowbank but to the 3G to take on Leith Athletic in the semi-final of the Image Printers East of Scotland Qualifying Cup. City lost the penalty shootout after Nico Gibson put the visitors in front only for Leith to equalize and another goal from Ross Allum making it 2-1 to City but Leith managed to get another goal to make it 2-2 after extra time. Best of luck to Leith Athletic in the final.
City's game against BSC Glasgow has been cancelled and will now be played on Wednesday 1st of April 2015 with a 19.45pm kick off.
Nico Gibson scored the only goal of the game against Stirling University at the Gannochy Sports Centre in the South Challenge Cup.
City progressed to the Image Printers East of Scotland Qualifying Cup semi-final at the expense of Spartans at Ainslie Park, Nico Gibson scoring the first in 14 minutes with Ross Guthrie grabbing the second just a minute later, Nico scored his second on 67 minutes and City’s third with an unstoppable shot from 22 yards. City now play Leith Athletic away from home on Tuesday 24th of February 2015 with a 19.30pm kick off.
City gained all three points in the first meeting with BSC Glasgow at Meadowbank Stadium on Saturday, Shaun Harrison headed the host ahead with Ross Guthrie making it 2 with a fine shot giving the Citize ns a 2-0 half time lead, In the second half Ross Allum added a third making the final score Edinburgh City 3 BSC Glasgow 0
City returned to league action against Vale of Leithen at Meadowbank tonight with the visitors taking the lead through ex-city player and Vale captain James Elliot in the first 8 minutes, Ross Allum then equalised on 23 minutes and then scored again one minute later, Grant Vanson scored in the 63rd minute after a fine strike from the edge of the box.
Unfortunately our game against Whitehill Welfare in the Lowland League was postponed.
City eased passed their East of Scotland opponents Coldstream in the second round of the EOS Qualifying Cup this Saturday. An OG from the home team opended the scoring in 16 minutes and that's how it stayed until Gair slotted home a penalty in 51 mins after Allum was brought down in the box. Osborne was next to get on scoresheet on 68 mins after good play by Deniran and Allum. John Dunn finished of the scoring in the last minute with a well taken goal. City take on Spartans ( away ) in the next round on Tuesday the 10th of February with a 19.30pm ko.
Todays game against Edinburgh University has been postponed due to the weather.
Todays game against Gretna 2008 has been postponed due to the weather.
City extended their lead at the top of the Lowland League with a victory over Preston Athletic at Meadowbank this evening, Harrison, Deniran and Allum all scoring doubles with Ozzy finishing the scoring making the end result Edinburgh City 7 Preston Athletic 1.
City welcomed Whitehill Welfare to Meadowbank which was our last game of 2014. The gamed ended 1-1 with John Dunn scoring for City in our second game if of our League Cup campaign. Kick off is 3pm with programmes and refreshments available within the Stadium
City were due to travel through to Glasgow to play BSC Glasgow for the first meeting between the clubs in City's second game in the League Cup section. Unfortunatelty it was called of due to the weather.
City travelled to Spartans for the first game in the League Cup section and were narrowly defeated by two goals to one, It was a great effort from the boys despite going down to 10 men after Ian McFarland was sent off for his second booking. John Dunn scoring another cracker for City.
City's game against Coldstream in the EOS Qualifying Cup has been postponed due to a frozen pitch, We will update our social media accordingly when the revised fixture has been confirmed.
City played Stenhousemuir FC tonight at Ochilview and were narrowly defeated 2-1 after losing a late goal, In what was an excellent work out, City managed to get some of the returning players valuable game time.
Ross Allum scored for City but that wasn’t the only highlight, City played some good football and were unlucky on several occasions not to increase their goal tally against their SPFL 1 opponents, Best wishes to Scott Booth and all his staff for the remainder of the season.
29th of November
City playing their last lowland league game of 2014 remain undefeated in the league after gaining another 3 points at the expense of Threave Rovers beating the Castle Douglas men four goals to zero, Ian McFarland opened the scoring in 15 minutes, Dougie Gair grabbed the second after 58 minutes and Ross Allum a minute later, Dougie Gair scored his second of the game and City's final goal with 14 minutes remaining, a well worked John Dunn goal was disallowed for offside and Threave's Vinny Parker pulled off a string of good saves throughout the game to keep the scoring down including a great double save first from Allum and then Dunn.
22nd of November 2014
City earned all three points today against Gala Fairydean Rovers with a fine finish from John Dunn in the 80th minute, Shaun Harrison hit the bar from a free kick and Gordon Donaldson was unlucky to see his shot come off the inside of the post and roll along the goal-line.
15th of November 2014
City travelled to Saughton Enclosure to take on Lothian Thistle HV in the South Challenge Cup. City progressed winning the game 1-0 with Ozzy scoring a fine goal worth winning any game in our first visit back to the Enclosure since we joined the Lowland League.
8th of November 2014
City were supposed to be back to Lowland League business on Saturday when we were due to play Dalbeattie Star at the Islelcroft Stadium. Unfortunately after a referee's inspection he decided that there was parts of the pitch that where unplayable and postponed the game, Once we are informed of the revised fixture our social media will be updated accordingly.
1st of November 2014
City tasted defeat for the first time in all competitions this season when they were narrowly defeated by Highland League Champions Brora Rangers 2-3 in the third round of the Scottish Cup. Both City's goals are worth viewing on the recorded highlights with Ian McFarland scoring first followed by a John Dunn volley.
Admission prices for the 2014-2015 season
Edinburgh City have decided to freeze the admission prices for yet another season with £5 for adults and £2 for concessions per game with programmes and refreshments available within the stadium.
Please note that no unaccompanied U18's will be permitted into the Stadium during match days. This decision was not taken lightly and is constantly reviewed in conjunction with Edinburgh Leisure. If this alters in the future Edinburgh City will confirm this through our various social media applications.
Welcome to the official Edinburgh City website
We are delighted with all our sponsors but are pleased to announce Hutchinson Networks Ltd as our main sponsor for the second successful year not only for the senior team but also for our U20's. Please click on the link below or the logo on the right hand side to take you through to see the full range of services they have to offer.