Quiz: Name the Scottish football grounds

We’ve rooted around in our extensive archives to find 23 photographs of Scottish football grounds from the 1950s and 60s.

Gala Fairydean Rovers' walking football team.

Gala Fairydean Rovers’ walking football team strides to pole position in newly-formed league

Former player and manager Davie Hay, and Professional Footballers Association Scotland chairman John Rankin, helped launch the Scottish Walking Football League in Motherwell last week.

Selkirk aim to pose a potent threat in next season's Lowland League.

Yarrow Park boss aims to strengthen squad for 2017-18

With Selkirk FC’s competitive season now over, coach Ian Fergus is hoping he can bring in around half a dozen new faces in anticipation of the new campaign.

Goalkeeper Gregor Amos is battling back from injury (picture by Grant Kinghorn).

We should win penultimate league game at Prestonpans

Selkirk FC coach Ian Fergus believes his side should start as favourites tomorrow (Saturday) in their next-to-last league game of the season at Preston Athletic.

The loss left Hawick RA in second-bottom place in the Lowland League.

Poor display consigns Hawick to defeat

Gretna 2008 2, Hawick Royal Albert 0

Duns Football Club's new grandstand is nearing completion.

New stand nearly done at Duns

Duns Football Club are getting closer to the completion of their new grandstand at New Hawthorn Park.

KT’s turnstile gives kids access to unique football education

KT’s turnstile gives kids access to unique football education

It’s easy sometimes to lose faith in football. It can fill sports pages with mega-money transfer deals and make millionaires of players and agents. A global game of superstars and fast cars. That’s football, right? Well.....not necessarily.

Phil Addison, seen here in a previous game, was on target early for Selkirk last Saturday (picture by Grant Kinghorn)

We’ll take as much as we can from last three league games

Now that at least another season in the Lowland League is assured, Selkirk FC want to finish the campaign as high up the table as they can.

Gala Fairydean Rovers, in stripes, earned a very useful away point at Spartans.

Gala FR pleased with a point

Spartans 1, Gala Fairydean Rovers 1

Josh Morris netted again for Albert

Albert go down but can take positives

East Kilbride 2 
Hawick Royal Albert 1

Celebrate good times, come on! (picture by Brian Sutherland)

Royalists grab three much-needed points

Hawick Royal Albert 4, Cumbernauld Colts 3

L-r, teacher Michael Gruba, headteacher Kevin Ryalls, pupils Alistair Robinson and James Logan with a Barcelona FC shirt which is being given away in a raffle to raise funds for a group of pupils from Galashiels Academy to spend a fortnight in Tanzania helping build a house for the Vine Trust charity.

Pupils get shirty to help fund trip

A Borders teenager is being backed by some of the world’s biggest football clubs as he looks reach his goal of helping African communities.

Stuart Noble and Billy Miller, in action previously, combined for Gala FR's winning goal on Saturday (picture by Alwyn Johnston)

Gala FR continue ascent of league table

Gala Fairydean Rovers 2, BSC Glasgow 1

Hawick RA, in red, try to prevent Spartans midfielder David Greenhill having a crack at goal (picture by Bill McBurnie)

Fresh faces in squad but Albert still haunted by the drop

Hawick Royal Albert 0, Spartans 4

Gala Fairydean Rovers playing Hawick Royal Albert on Hogmanay at Galashiels' 3G pitch at Netherdale.

Borders council chiefs monitoring 3G pitch research following health concerns

Scottish Borders Council is monitoring research into health risks said to be posed by 3G sports pitches such as those now being developed in the region.

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A camp in Tweedbank earlier this year

Former professional player bringing coaching to Borders

A football coaching program run by a former professional player is planning to set up a regular presence in the Scottish Borders this year.

10-man Fairydean hold on for victory

10-man Fairydean hold on for victory

Gala Fairydean Rovers mounted a spirited second half recovery to secure a victory over Civil Service Strollers and rose to 7th place in the league.

Stewart Regan, Chief Executive; Andrew McKinlay, Chief Operating Officer, Scottish Football Association and David Little, Chief Executive, Scottish Youth Football Association appeared before the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee to give evidence on Child Protection in sport  Pic: Andrew Cowan/Scottish Parliament

488 youth football coaches suspended over disclosure checks

Hundreds of Scottish youth football coaches and officials have been suspended for failing to complete comprehensive background checks.

Phil Addison will be hoping to get more shots in for Selkirk on his hopeful return from suspension (picture by Grant Kinghorn)

Selkirk hope to have learned students’ lesson

The hackneyed old saying about a ame of two halves was vividly in evidence last Saturday as Selkirk FC trudged off the Edinburgh University pitch.

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