Getting to know: Rossvale Juniors FC

Very rarely do clubs get consecutive promotions, but that’s exactly what could happen to todays team, Rossvale Juniors Football Club.

Founded in 1976, Rossvale are a semi-professional Scottish football club, from Bishopbriggs on the outskirts of Glasgow.

Promoted last season after winning the West of Scotland League Central District First Division, the club currently sit just outside the promotion places in the McBookie.com West Region Championship, with only a couple of games to play all is still up for grabs. The club are making quick progress rising through the Junior football leagues, their Junior team only being founded in 2010 and has seen two promotions since.

The aim of the Junior side is the hope that the Under 21’s will be the cornerstone of the club and be a constant feed of quality players ready to play at the Junior level, further giving the youth teams that the club run all the way from under 8’s to under 21, something to aim for and progress to.

Something that you don’t often see at a non-league level, is that the club has a very dedicated media team who run a YouTube page called ‘Rossvale Juniors TV’ where all kinds of interviews and match highlights are posted for those who cant attend games but are interested in whats going on at the club.

From everyone here at ClimbingTheLadder we would just like to wish everyone at Rossvale Juniors FC all the best on their promotion charge and good luck in the future.


Author: Alex Scott

Currently doing as much freelance journalism work as possible. Avid football fan and player currently at Penrith Academy.

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