Langlands Road, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 8BN

Club Info

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Nickname:

Saints

Short name:

St Andrews United

Year formed:

1921

League table:

Manager:

Robbie Raeside

Assistant manager:

Garry Wright

Bag Man:

Terry Mitchell

Captain:

Scott Reekie

Club home colours

White Shirts/Black
Shorts/Black Socks.

Club away colours

Blue Shirts with Black Sleeves/Blue Shorts/Blue Socks.

Club away colours

Red Shirts/White
Shorts/Red Socks.

Club notes:

St Andrews United is a semi-professional Scottish football club based at The Clayton Caravan Park Recreation Ground in St Andrews, Fife.  After a long history in the Scottish Junior Football Association, the club joined the East of Scotland Football League in 2018.  The club’s greatest achievement was winning the Scottish Junior Cup in season 1959/60, defeating Greenock Juniors 3–1 in front of 34,603 fans at Hampden Park.  Come along and watch the boys in action if you are in town!  Entry to games is only £7 for adults, £4 for students/seniors (+60) and under 12’s are free.

All enquiries to Club Secretary via our contact form 

Home ground:

The Clayton Park
Recreation Ground

Ground address:

Langlands Road, St Andrews,
Fife, KY16 8BN

Nearest train station:

Leuchars

Ground capacity:

754

Record attendance:

2,895

Record victory:

17-0 v Lochore Welfare (1996)

Record defeat:

0-10 v Lochgelly Violet (1947)

Most capped player:

Moss Barclay/Dave Gorman – 1 Cap

Record appearances:

Jim Mackie – 637 Starts

Record goalscorer:

Jackie Smith – 254 Goals

Most goals in a season:

Jackie Smith – 51 (1954/55)