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Welcome to the Scotland's newest SPFL's team official website,


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Do you want to be part of the ''City'' family and support the team that has created Scottish footballing history?


For less than £7 per game for adults, plus other benefits, you can see all City's SPFL home games for the 2016-17 season, with concessions working out less than £3.40 per game and U12's only £20 for the year City are the team that promotes affordable football.


If you wish to support us please purchase a season ticket through our link further down on this page or click on the admission prices link on the left hand side.


We also have new sponsorship and hospitality packages available please click on the suitable link to see what we have to offer with the option of downloading our new brochure














We are delighted with all our sponsors but are pleased to announce Hutchinson Networks Ltd as our main sponsor for the fourth successful year not only for the senior team but also for our U20's. Please click on either strip or the logo on the right hand side to take you through to see the full range of services they have to offer.


Like our home and away strip, You can now order the tops in any size either by popping into Football Nation on Lothian Road or clicking on their logo below.


Please click on the following links to take you through to Edinburgh City's latest sponsors where you will able to view the full range of services they have to offer.











Next fixture- Saturday 29th of October 2016 SPL2











Please note for all City's home game programmes, refreshments and merchandise will be available once inside the Stadium.


Away travel


Edinburgh City FC are hoping to start a supporters away bus on a regular basis depending on the interest in this and the cost will be subsidised by the club.

Away supporters buses have been run in the past but on an adhoc basis and the Club has always appreciated those who have made an effort to follow us at away games.


If you are intrested in travelling to away games please contact Lesley Gair on 07740782206


Matchday Hospitality Suite now available


We have created a Matchday Hospitality Suite next season which can hold up to 25 people. Please see our sponsorship and hospitality tab for futher information.


Sponsorship Opportunities


Do you know you could sponsor Edinburgh City FC next season, there is various opportunities either through matchball, matchday or individual player sponsorship, We also have packages regarding programme and pitchside advertising please go to our sponsorship and hospitality tab for futher information.


Latest News


Scottish Cup Replay arrangements


The Scottish Cup replay will be played at Station Park on Tuesday 1st of November with a 19.45pm kick off, In agreement with Edinburgh City, Forfar Athletic have confirmed reduced admission prices for this game with adults being £10 and concessions £5.


22/10/2016 Edinburgh City vs Forfar Athletic SC R2


Despite Forfar starting the brighter it was was City that created the best chances but unfortunately could not convert, in the secound half again City pressed but just could get the vital goal, City have Andrew Stobie to thank when he pulled off a fantastic save after a fierce Forfar shot in the dying minutes.


Full time: Edinburgh City 0 Forfar 0


Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News


15/10/2016 Edinburgh City vs Clyde


A solo Sean Higgins goal was the only difference between both clubs.


Full time Edinburgh City 0 Clyde 1


Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News


Supporters Bus


Edinburgh City FC are hoping to start a supporters away bus on a regular basis depending on the interest in this. The first game would be to Montrose and the cost will be subsidised by the club.

Away supporters buses have been run in the past but on an adhoc basis and the Club has always appreciated those who have made an effort to follow us at away games.


If you are intrested in travelling to away games please contact Lesley Gair on 07740782206


22/10/2016 Scottish Cup


Edinburgh City can confirm the admission prices for our Scottish Cup tie with Forfar Athletic are our normal League 2 prices, which is £12 adults, £6 concessions and £2 for under 12's.

Please note season tickets are NOT valid for this game along with our normal concessionary offer for Hibs and Hearts season ticket holders.


Be part of our #TeamTalk


RIGHT NOW, the SPFL Trust and clubs are working with Scotland’s mental health charity SAMH on a project about Scottish football supporters, particularly men.


It shocks a lot of people, but suicide is actually the biggest killer of men under the age of 45.


A recent Supporters Direct Scotland Scottish Football survey revealed that two-thirds of respondents have experienced, or have seen a family member or friend suffer from, poor mental health.


SAMH is working on something, and it could be massive, but we need your help.


They’ve put together a short survey which we’re asking supporters to help us out by answering.


The process we’re involved in will help SAMH shape up a major bid to secure the type of support which could help thousands of people across every club in the SPFL and beyond.


It won’t take longer than three minutes to complete, and if you leave your details we’ll enter you into a draw to win a pair of tickets to a home game at your club (subject to availability, T&Cs apply).




08/10/2016 Edinburgh City vs Elgin City


Chris Dodd opened the scoring for the visitors in the first three minutes where a cross eluded City's Andrew Stobie and the rest of the defence to come off the opposite post and in, Elgin City doubled their lead on the 31st minute when Thomas Reilly slotted home after a Shane Sutherland cross, City did manage to get a goal back from a Dougie Gair penalty on the 77th minute after Ousman See was brought down in the box, Unfortunately for City they could just not convert any other chances.


Full time: Edinburgh City 1 Elgin City 2


01/10/2016 Edinburgh City vs Arbroath


In a entertaining game the visitors took the lead thanks to Kader slotting home a cross in the 9th minute but City were level within 1 minute with a brilliant worked goal finished by Mark Laird. Little restored Arbroath lead shortly after the break but City were in the lead after a See double but again could not hold onto the lead and let Arbroath equalise.


Full Time: Edinburgh City 3 Arbroath 3


City Captain Lends His Support to Show Racism the Red Card Campaign


As club captain of the Scottish Professional Football League's newest club, I am proud to support the Show Racism the Red Card campaign's fortnight of action. Through our engagement with Show Racism the Red Card, all of the players and officials at Edinburgh City Football Club are committed to tackling racism both on and off the field and in our local community.


I congratulate the Show Racism the Red Card charity for the important work that they do across the UK to combat racism. As a professional footballer, I realise that I too can play an important role in presenting an anti-racist message be it in schools, the workplace or on the football field where I am continually reminded of the quote by the legendary Portuguese player Eusebio "Black or white, we all have football under our skin".


Dougie Gair

Club Captain

Edinburgh City FC


26/09/2016 Scottish Cup


Edinburgh City were drawn at home to fellow league 2 team Forfar Athletic in the Scottish Cup, the round 2 game will be played at Meadowbank Stadium on Saturday the 22nd of October 2016 with a 15.00pm kick off.


24/09/2016 Annan Athletic vs Edinburgh City


It was the hosts that took the lead when Mckenna fired past Stobie in the 29th minute despite City having a good spell of posession. City did finally equalised in the 49th minute as pressure from Craig Beattie forced what appeared to be an own goal.


Full time: Annan Athletic 1 Edinburgh City 1



21/09/2016 Marc Laird


Edinburgh City FC are delighted to announce the signing of former

Manchester City, Millwall and Yeovil Town midfielder Marc Laird. The

30 year-old Edinburgh-born player has made over 250 League and Cup

appearances south of the border and also enjoyed spells at Leyton

Orient, Southend United and Tranmere Rovers.

City Manager Gary Jardine, who knew Laird as a youngster before he

left for Manchester City, was happy to oblige when the player asked

for training facilities and the player himself was impressed with both

the welcome he received and the quality of player in the squad.

Jardine commented "Marc is a quality footballer who is vastly

experienced having tasted success in being promoted with Millwall but

more recently helping Yeovil Town to stay in the Football League last

season. The players are working extremely hard to turn things around

just now and bringing in someone of Marc's quality will give everyone at the Club a lift".



18/09/2016 SPFL2 City vs Montrose


A single goal from Montrose's Fraser in the 61st minute was enough to secure the points for Paul Hegarty's side.


10/09/2016 SPFL2 Stirling Albion vs City


Ross Allum's late equaliser in the 84th minute cancelled out a McMillan goal on the 55th minute to earn City their first SPFL point of the season


27/08/2016 SPFL2 City vs Berwick Rangers


With City taking the lead thanks to an Ouzy See overhead kick in the 66th minute they allowed their opponents back into the game by conseeding a needless penalty only 7 minutes later, Sheeryn converting from the spot, in the 78th minute City then took a short corner and a succession of errors allowed the ball to ricochet off several City players and allow Sheeryn to break away and fire passed Antell, City did press the game and had a succession of corners and made Walker make a few fine saves but Berwick held on for all three points.


Full time: Edinburgh City 1 Berwick Rangers 2


Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News


Highlights courtesy of Berwick TV


20/08/2016 SPFL2 City vs Cowdenbeath


Despite some early pressure and creating a few chances it was the home that took the lead through in the 35th minute with Renton nodding the ball passed Antell, the score stayed the same until 2 minutes from time with Edinburgh City pushing for an equaliser Moore slotted home after a quick break away.


Full time: Cowdenbeath 2 Edinburgh City 0


Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News


18/08/2016 City announce partnership with Barnardos


Edinburgh City FC is delighted to announce its new partnership with the

charity Barnardos of Edinburgh.


This partnership will focus on engagement with local Edinburgh communities

to raise awareness of the need for more foster carers in Edinburgh, and to

encourage more foster families to attend local football matches.


Research has shown that a number of children in foster care have not

previously had the opportunity to engage, participate or watch community

football during their younger lives. At every Edinburgh City FC home game

of the 2016/17 season, two foster carers and their children will be invited

to Meadowbank Stadium to watch the game, meet the players and manager.


This partnership was formally launched when Michelle Strain and Hazel Melville from the Charity visted the team’s training session.





















13/08/2016 SPFL2 City vs Elgin City


After a bright start, a suicidal eight minute spell allowed Gunn to score for Elgin in the 17th minute, further poor defending in the 21st minute allowed Sutherland to double their lead and it was Sutherland again who got his second and Elgins third after 25 mnutes.

Despite the score it was all not doom and gloom with City playing some decent football with spells of possession and creating a few chances which were not taken.


Full time: Elgin City 3 Edinburgh City 0


08/08/2016 Dunsmore Returns


Edinburgh City FC are delighted to announce the loan signing of Hibernian FC defender Aaron Dunsmore.


20 year-old Dunsmore spent the second half of last season on loan to City and the Easter Road youngster played a major part in the Club's promotion to League 2 with some outstanding performances in the Pyramid Play-Off matches against Cove Rangers and East Stirlingshire.


Dunsmore has featured in a number of Hibernian's pre-season friendlies, including their 6-1 victory at Meadowbank Stadium last month, however he now returns to the SPFL's newest Club where he will join up with fellow Hibernian youngster Ryan Porteous on loan until January 2017.


06/08/2016 SPFL2 City vs Forfar Athletic


Both teams started brightly but it was Forfar who drew first blood within the first 10 minutes when Cox slotted home a penalty after McKee was adjudged to have fouled Denholm inside the box. In the 20th minute City levelled when Beattie danced through the Forfar defence and slotted the ball passed Adam. Forfar then restored their lead just before half time after a fine move that seen Milne finish with a low shot passed Antell, despite City creating several good chances Lister scored Forfar's third in the 83rd minute after a nice run into the box and dispatching a low shot into the net, Guthhrie then came close to reducing the lead with a bullet header that went into the side netting, A few moment later he did manage to score a fine solo goal in the 90th minute, City still pressed and had a shot cleared of the line and onto the crossbar within the last few seconds, despite City's late presure Forfar claimed all 3 points.


Full time: Edinburgh City 2 Forfar Athletic 3


Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News


03/08/2016 Hearts and Hibs season tickets holders


Edinburgh City can confirm that supporters of both Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian Football Clubs who attend our home league games and produce their season ticket for their respective clubs at the gate will be permitted entrance for a concession price for that game, please note this is for full paying adults only, normal concession prices will still be applicable for the over 65's, U18's and U12's.


02/08/2016 IrnBru Cup vs Motherwell U20's


City travelled through to Fir Park to take on Motherwell's U20's tonight but were beaten 2-1, Dylan Mackin drew first blood in the 35th minute when he was allowed to turn in the box and fire past Antell, Motherwell then increased their lead when Fry finally finished despite two previous blocks from Antell in the 59th minute, Dean Cummings pulled one back for City after a McConnell knock down and a fine finish. Despite a late penalty claim turned down after Donaldson appeared to have been bundled over in the box and increased pressure it was Motherwell that went through to the next round.


Full time: Motherwell U20's 2 Edinburgh City 1


Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News



30/07/2016 Betfred League Cup vs St Mirren


New signings Calum Antel and Craig Beattie started the match but could not prevent St Mirren taking the lead after 12 minutes with Shankland nodding home from close range, Walsh doubled the saints lead on the half hour mark and then three minutes later Baird with a low shot completed the scoring.


Full time: St Mirren 3 Edinburgh City 0


Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News


Edinburgh City feature in Scotzine magazine http://www.scotzine.com/2016/07/fitba-stories-edinburgh-city/


Signing News


Edinburgh City are delighted to announce the signing of two players with International experience.


Former, Celtic, West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City and Heart of Midlothian striker Craig Beattie has been capped by Scotland seven times and scored a famous late winner against Georgia in Alex McLeish's first game in charge of the national side. 32 year-old Beattie boasts an impressive footballing CV which includes three Scottish Premier League titles, three Scottish Cup Winners medals, an English Championship title and a Scottish Championship title.


Former Hibernian goalkeeper Calum Antell has represented Wales at Under 19 level. 24 year-old Antell enjoyed loan spells at East Stirlingshire, East Fife and Queen of South whilst at Hibernian and was The Shire's player of the year in 2011/12.


27/06/2016 Betfred League Cup vs Hamilton Academical


City stunned Hamilton by going 2 goals up within the first twenty minutes with a Chris McKee header and a Ross Allum shot giving the citizens the lead, A free kick from Crawford and a close range shot from D'Acol drew Hamilton level all within the first 26 minutes, a McGregor goal give Hamilton the lead on the 66th minute and a Imrie penatly in the 71st minute finished the scoring for the evening.


Full time: Edinburgh City 2 Hamilton Academical 4



Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News



23/07/2016 Betfred League Cup vs Ayr United


A solo goal from Ayr's Brian Gilmour was the difference between both teams at Somerset Park this afternoon.


Full time: Ayr United 1 Edinburgh City 0


Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News


20/07/2016 Betfred League Cup vs Livingston


Two goals in the first half from Lithgow and Mullen and a Mullin second half goal give the West Lothian side victory at Meadowbank in City's first game in the Betfred league cup section.


Full time: Edinburgh City 0 Livingston 3


Match report courtesy of the Edinburgh Evening News


11/07/2016 Edinburgh City sign Ryan Porteous


Edinburgh City are delighted to announce that highly rated Hibernian centre back Ryan Porteous has joined the club on a Development Loan until January 2017. City manager Gary Jardine is delighted to have landed 17 year-old Porteous who featured for Hibernian in last week's pre-season friendly between the clubs commenting "Ryan really impressed me when I saw him in action for Hibernian's Development squad last season and the fact that he has featured in the first team squad in their pre-season friendlies against Berwick Rangers and ourselves shows how highly the management team at Easter Road rate him". Porteous will remain eligible to play for the Hibernian Development squad during his loan spell with City.


07/07/2016 Hibernian


City hosted a strong Hibernian team in this pre-season friendly, A crowd of 2,522 saw Neil Lennon's team run out 6-1 winners on the night, A consolation Osman See strike for City being one of the highlights of the evening.


05/07/2016 East Fife


City played their first pre-season friendly against SPFL2 League Champions East Fife tonight going down 2-0, plenty positives to take into Thursday's friendly against Hibernian FC on Thursday.


Please note both the East Fife and Hibernian friendly matches are a 19.45pm kick off.


27/06/2016 Hibs ticket sale confirmed - Home tickets only


Tickets for the pre-season friendly against Hibs will go on sale at noon this Thursday 29/06/2016 at the Edinburgh City Social Club. Tickets are priced £10 adults and £5 concessions. For security purposes, purchasers will be asked to provide ID (driving licence, utility bill or similar) confirming their home address. This information will then be held in the Club's ticketing database.


27/06/2016 City welcomes Dean


Edinburgh City are delighted to announce the signing of 23 year-old midfielder Dean Cummings from Lothian Thistle Hutchinson Vale.


Cummings, who played with both Falkirk and Livingston at youth level, scored a number of important goals for the East of Scotland League side last season and City manager ary Jardine is glad to have bolstered his squad ahead of their upcoming pre-season friendlies against East Fife (5th July) and Hibernian (7th July).


Jardine said "I'm really pleased to bring Dean to the club as I know that other League sides were interested in signing him. He played a big part in Lothian Thistle Hutchinson Vale's incredible run in the Scottish Cup last season and he'll add a real goal scoring threat to the team from the middle of the park. What impressed me most when I met him was his desire to make up for lost time and to make a real impression in the SPFL which is something he has in common with the rest of the squad".


23/06/2016 Motherwell U20's


City have been drawn away from home against Motherwell U20's in the 1st round of the Irnbru Cup, This round is due to be played either Tuesday 2nd or Wednesday 3rd of August 2016. Motherwell have home advantage and full details will be issued as soon as possible.


10/05/2016 City to kick off new season at home


City host Forfar Athletic in our first ever SPFL league game, please see result and fixtures tab to see the full fixture list.


League Cup home prices


Prices for our home League Cup fixtures will be the same as our normal SPFL prices,


Adults - £12


Concessions £6 (OAP's, under 18's, students and registered disabled and carers if applicable, to qualify for a concessionary ticket valid ID may be requested at the time of admission.)


Club's AGM


The Football Club's AGM will be held at the Social Club on the 25th of June 2016 at 10am.


Pre-season fixtures


Edinburgh City to play Scottish Cup winners


Edinburgh City FC is delighted to announce that the 2016 William Hill Scottish Cup winners Hibernian will visit Meadowbank Stadium on Thursday 7th July for a pre-season friendly against the SPFL's newest side. Kick off is 19.45pm

The game will form part of the Easter Road side's preparations for the Europa League and will see the first appearance of the first team squad in Scotland since that historic day on 21st May when they lifted the oldest association football trophy in the world for the first time in 114 years. Hibernian will take the field parading the Scottish Cup trophy while Edinburgh City will parade the Lowland League trophy which they won in both 2014/15 and 2015/16.

Following discussions with Police Scotland, City of Edinburgh Council & Edinburgh Leisure it has been agreed that this game will be all ticket. Further details regarding ticketing arrangements will be provided shortly.


City to play East Fife FC


City are playing SPFL League 2 Champions East Fife at Bayview Stadium on Tuesday the 5th of July, Prices and kick off time to be confirmed.


New signing Neil Martyniuk


We are delighted to announce that former St Jonstone player Neil Martyniuk has joined City for the 2016/17 season


Current players re-signed for next season


City are delighted the following existing players have put pen pen to paper for next season,

Dougie Gair

Joe Mbu

Ross Allum

Ian McFarland

Mark McConnell

Ross Guthrie

Chris McKee

Shaun Harrison

Gordon Donaldson

John Dunn

Jordan Caddow

John MacDonald

Nico Gibson

Ouzy See

Sean Mushin

Dean Carse

Frazer Paterson

Grant Vanson


more signings will be announced asap.


Season ticket prices now on sale for the 2016/17 season


If you wish to support the SPFL newest team why don't you purchase a season ticket which are now on sale for the Ladbrokes SPFL League 2 season.


What you get for your money,


Entry to all home SPFL League games.


Entry to all of our U20's home matches.


Entry to ECFC Social Club on match days.


Entry to ECFC prize draws.


Entry to ECFC rewards.


A souvenir Edinburgh City logo season ticket.


Adult - £120


Concessions - £60 (OAP's, under 18's, students and registered disabled and carers if applicable, to qualify for a concessionary ticket valid ID may be requested at the time of purchase or collection.)


U12's - £20 (the U12's tickets can only be bought in conjunction with an adult, OAP's or registered disabled season ticket.)


How to buy your ticket,


If you wish to pick up your season ticket in person they can be purchased at our Social Club at 74 Lochend Road, Edinburgh EH7 6DR.


In conjunction with Football nation we have now opened a Club Store through their website Football Nation Club Shop please note the season tickets purchased online will be posted out. This will also give you an oppertunity to purchase our merchandise on-line required


We also have our a link through our own Social Club


Admission Prices for 2016/17


In conjuction with the SPFL the admission prices on matchdays for league games are,


Adult - £12


Concessions - £6 (OAP's, under 18's, students and registered disabled and carers if applicable, to qualify for a concessionary ticket valid ID may be requested at the time of admission.)


U12's - £2 (U12's admission can only be purchased in conjunction wth an adult, OAP or registerd disabled admission.)


Please note all Cup games and friendlies will be issued asap.


Matchday volunteers required


Edinburgh City are currently looking for matchday volunteers for the start of the new season which kicks off on 16th of July 2016. We have numerous positions but if you are looking to be invovled in the SPFL newest club drop us an email at admin@edinburghcityfc.com with your details and a brief description of what you can bring to the club.


Betfred League Cup draw


Edinburgh City were drawn against Hamilton, St Mirren, Livingston and Ayr United in group G in tonights BetFred League Cup draw. Fixtures to be confirmed at a later date with the first game due on Saturday 16th of July 2016



14th May 2016 City make footballing history


Congratulations to Gary, players, management team, committee, supports and sponsor's for winning promotion to the SPFL League. A Dougie Gair penalty three minutes from time was enough to win the tie over 2 legs.

Full time: East Stirlingshire 0 Edinburgh City 1



We hope everyone has a brilliant day out but please note Rule 12 that will be enforced at any SPFL ground including Meadowbank.

Please note that it is an offence punishable by law for any person to enter or attempt to enter the ground;

1. Whilst in possession of a prohibited container which is or was capable of holding liquid and which if thrown would be capable of causing injury to another person.

2. Whilst in possession of alcohol.

3. Whilst drunk.

4. Whilst in possession of any article or substance whose main purpose is the emission of a flare for purposes of illuminating or signalling or the emission of smoke or a visible gas.

5. Any article which is a firework.

6. All persons entering the ground may be searched by police if in attendance






















Venue - Station Park DD8 3BT


Kick Off - 15.00pm


£13 Adults £7 Cons ( Stand )

£12 Adults £6 Cons ( Ground )