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Season 2014/15: Fixtures

League newcomers will go head to head on the opening day of the Scottish Sun Lowland Football League when the season kicks of next month. Edinburgh University will make the journey to face BSC Glasgow on August 2nd, in what is sure to be a terrific game.

Andrew Waddell, League Chairman, said “I am delighted that today we can release the fixtures for this coming season. Our fixtures secretary, Kenny McLean, has been working hard for the past few weeks on producing fixtures for the entire season and we are grateful for all his work.

“We are also delighted that The Scottish Sun have once again agreed to sponsor the league  and we look forward to working with them this season.”

The full fixture list can be downloaded below.

The Scottish Lowland Football League Season 2014 15 Fixture List



Seven clubs apply to join Lowland League

The Lowland League is today delighted to announce that seven clubs have applied for membership to play in the League from next season.

The League Board will now look at all the applications over the course of the coming weeks and a decision will be made by the end of this month.

League Chairman Andrew Waddell said: “We are delighted that there has been such an interest in the League and we will now look at each application on its own merits and assess them to ensure that they will be in a position to meet the entry requirements.”

“This process will take a few weeks to complete and clubs will know by the end of April on the outcome of their application.”

Up to four clubs from the seven applications may be elected to play in the League next season. In order to qualify the Scottish Lowland Football League clubs must be assured that they can achieve a club license by May 2015.  Sporting performance will also be important to ensure the quality of play in the League.

McLeod picks up hat-trick of awards

Spartans striker Keith McLeod picked up his third Colin Campbell Sports player of the month for January, taking his award tally to three.

Speaking after the announcement McLeod said “I am delighted with the award, it means a lot to be named player of the month for the third consecutive month. There are so many good players in the League so to be nominated by clubs that I am playing against makes it all the more special.”

 Keith McLeod January POM winner

“It’s a great league to play in all the clubs are capable of taking points of each other and this is happening week in week out. I am really humbled to receive the award and I look forward to what the rest of the season holds for us.”

Sponsor of the award Colin Campbell said, “We are delighted to be sponsoring the player of the month, Keith is a worthy winner of the award, he is a great player and deserves it. It’s an excellent league and I have seen many great players competing in it.”

Spartans chairman Craig Graham said “Keith’s a worthy winner of this award, when we told he simply couldn’t believe it. Keith’s a great all round player, he is committed to this club and we are delighted that he is part of our club.”