Welcome to Scotland`s capital, the International Festival City of Edinburgh and the home of football`s newest SPFL team Edinburgh City F.C.

The club currently plays in the Scottish Professional Football League and is based at the impressive, 16,000 all-seated, Meadowbank Stadium which was originally built for the Commonwealth Games of 1970.

As members of the Scottish Football Association City also play in the William Hill Scottish Cup. Edinburgh City were founded in 1928. The club aimed to become the Edinburgh equivalent of the Glasgow club Queen's Park, and joined the Scottish Football League as an amateur club in 1931.

They achieved a famous Scottish Cup victory when they defeated Hibernian 3–2 at Easter Road in the first round of the 1937-38 competition but lost to Raith Rovers in the next round.

The club played in the Lothian Amateur League during the Second World War and were only admitted to the C Division in 1946. After three more years of struggle, the club left the Scottish Football League in 1949.

The club switched to junior status and played in the Edinburgh & District Junior

League. The club ceased activity completely in 1955, when the local council refused to renew its lease on its home ground, City Park.

The Edinburgh City Football Club Ltd (Social Club), which had continued trading throughout the abeyance of the football club, gave their approval in 1986 for Postal United to use the Edinburgh City name.

The club has regularly participated in the Scottish Cup since the mid-1990s, when it became a full member of the Scottish Football Association. In the 1997–98 Scottish Cup they defeated SFL club, East Stirlingshire, before losing to Premier League opposition Dunfermline Athletic at East End Park. In 2012-13 they defeated SFL club Montrose 3-1 at Links Parks before Queen of the South defeated ''the citizens'' 2-0 at Meadowbank in the next round.

The club applied to join the Scottish Football League in 2002, after Airdrieonians had gone bankrupt but lost out to a successful Gretna FC application and applied again following Gretna's liquidation in 2008 which Annan Athletic FC were elected.

The club won the East of Scotland Football League Premier Division title for the first time in the 2005-06 season.

In 2013 Edinburgh City resigned from the East of Scotland League to join the newly formed Scottish Lowland Football League which was set up to institute a football pyramid system with the winners of both the lowland and highland league vying for a place in the Scottish Football League. City won the Scottish Lowland Football League in the 2014-15 season and were beaten on penalties and the right to play Montrose by the Highland League Champions Brora Rangers after the two legged tie ended level, City again won the Lowland League in 2015-16 and played Cove Rangers, The first game City won 3-0 away from home and drew 1-1 at Meadowbank, City then hosted East Stirlingshire at Meadowbank in the 1st leg of the play off final and drew 1-1, City won the 2nd leg by 1 goal to nil and secured Scottish footballing history and a place in the Scottish Professional Football League.

Edinburgh City also have a fantastic youth section ranging from kids as young as 5 years old through to our U19 team who play in the various youth leagues within the Edinburgh area, our U20 team play in the East of Scotland League where their home games are also based at Meadowbank Stadium. You can find out more using the ''teams'' tab on the website.

Senior Honours

SPFL League 2 play off winners 2016

Scottish Lowland Football League Champions 2014-15 and 2015-16

East of Scotland League Champions 2006

Scottish Qualifying Cup (South) 1947

East of Scotland (City) Cup 1948

Alex Jack Cup 1990, 1992

East of Scotland League Cup 1992, 2002, 2013

East of Scotland League First Division Champions 1996

Scottish Cup 3rd Round 1998, 2012 and 2014

King Cup 1999, 2000

Image Printers East of Scotland Qualifying Cup 2003, 2012