Bo'ness United

Bo'ness United Football Club is a Scottish football club, based in the town of Bo'ness. The team plays in the Lowland League after winning the East of Scotland and gaining SFA membership in 2020. They presently play their home games at Newtown Park, which holds 2,500 spectators and has been used as a football ground since the 1880s. They play in blue.

Bo'ness like many other clubs moved from the junior leagues in 2018. The club won the Scottish Junior Cup on three occasions, in 1948, 1976 and 1984, and lifted the 2018-19 East of Scotland League Cup defeating Musselburgh Athletic 1–0.

History

Nicknamed the B.U.'s, Bo'ness United were formed in 1945, at the end of the Second World War when Bo'ness, a club that had played in the senior ranks, being a member of the Scottish Football League from 1921 to 1932, merged with the Junior club Bo'ness Cadora.

The club won the Scottish Junior Cup on three occasions, in 1948, 1976 and 1984.

As a result of winning the 2009–10 East Region Super League, United competed in the Scottish Cup for the first time the following season. The club eventually reached the third round, defeating Scottish Football League Third Division side Queen's Park at home in round two. They also reached the third round the following year.

United moved to the East of Scotland Football League in 2018, along with many other East Region junior clubs.

Bo'ness United

team squad

goalkeepers
AM
1
Andy Murphy
defenders
JM
2
Jamie Mccormack
GS
4
Greg Skinner
LH
15
Lewis Hawkins
KM
16
Keir Macaulay
midfielders
RS
3
Ryan Stevenson
MG
6
Michael Gemmell
TG
7
Tom Grant
CC
8
Craig Comrie
NL
10
Nicky Locke
Danny Galbraith
11
Danny Galbraith
EF
12
East Fife
PG
17
Paul Gillespie
forwards
ZM
9
Zander Miller
KA
19
Kieran Anderson
MF
20
Matty Flynn