Beith Juniors FC

Beith Juniors Football Club are a junior football club operating in Scotland. They compete in the Scottish Junior Football Association, West Region, and play at Bellsdale Park in the town of Beith in North Ayrshire.

 

Formed in 1938, they play in black and white stripes and their nickname is the Cabes (cabinet makers) or the Mighty. They were formed as a junior football successor to the disbanded senior side Beith, who had previously competed in the Scottish Football League.

During the 2010-11 season, Beith entered the Carling Scottish Cup at the First Round Stage after qualifying as Champions of the West of Scotland Super League Premier Division.

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Beith Juniors Community Football Club

It’s no secret to anyone who may have been in the Meadowside or public park areas of the town over the past few months that the ‘beautiful game’ is alive and kicking within the community of Beith.

 

Beith Juniors Community Football Club was established in 2007 by a dedicated group of parents and coaches with a very simple objective – to encourage and advance the participation in sport, primarily football, by the people of Beith and surrounding areas. The club continues to create a safe professionally run environment for the people of the town to enjoy football and it is proud to hold the Quality Mark awarded only to well run clubs by the SFA. This prestigious award was gained as a result of the commitment of the band of volunteers who have achieved the necessary coaching, first aid and player welfare certifications.

In memory of Corey

© 2014 Beith Juniors – Updated March 2014

 

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