Scotland Football League

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List Of Defunct Football Leagues In Scotland
... After the formation of the Scottish Football League in 1890, a number of senior football clubs set up various non-league competitions around the country ... A number of these leagues were supplementary football leagues, that is they were played by clubs from various other competitions in order to create a fuller, competitive fixture list ... Ayrshire Football Combination Ayrshire Football League Ayrshire and Renfrewshire Football League Central Football League Central Football Combination Combined Reserve ...
Tollcross United F.C.
... were a football club who played in the East of Scotland Football League ... Defunct and former Senior Scottish football clubs Former Scottish Premier League members Gretna Former Scottish Football League members Abercorn Airdrieonians ...
Stranraer Athletic F.C. - Honours - Other Honours
2003–04, 2004–05 Haig Gordon Memorial Trophy 1996–97, 2004–05 South of Scotland League Cup 2003–04 South of Scotland Football League 2010–11 ...
Heston Rovers F.C. - History
... The Dumfries HSFP football club was formed in 1968 and initially participated in the Dumfries and District Amateur League ... In 1994 the club were elected to the South of Scotland Football League, initially playing home matches at the Sir David Keswick Centre in Dumfries, but the need for an enclosed venue led to ... started out in the Dumfries and District Amateur League as St ...
Drop Kick
... kick is a type of kick in various codes of football ... used as a method of restarting play and scoring points in rugby union and rugby league ... Association football goalkeepers also often return the ball to play with drop kicks ...

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