Boys' Brigade 5-a-side football team, 1960s
The Boys' Brigade Football Team in 1900
Brig o' Tay Ladies Football Team, 1977.
Newspaper cutting from 1986 recalling inter-club football matches on the sandbanks out in the river.
Such a shame that this newspaper photograph is not in better condition. It shows a football match out in the river on the sandbank, where both football and cricket matches were regular occurrences in the past. The match is between a Dundee team, possibly the Corinthians, and a Wormit team. Eric Gray in the centre ...
Many local people still fondly remember the football and cricket matches held regularly on the sandbank out in the river. “The original sandbank football matches were an annual one between a team from Wormit Boating Club and Dundee Corinthian Boating Club (who were based near Craig Pier). By then they were usually on the sandbank between ...
Newport Amateur Football Team 1990 - 1991
This smart group of young footballers dates from around 1910 with some recognisable old Newport names. In the back is Mr Dow. Back row - W Bruce, W Young, A McFarlane, W Doig, ? Thomson, B Scrimgeour. Middle row - ? Thomson, A Peebles, D Mitchell, D Shepherd. Front row - D Ross, L Honeyman, J Ferrier, P Niven.
Newport football team 1913 photographed outside the pavilion at Windmill Park. Back row L-R: J G Spark; A S Cram; R Wali; W Rankine; J Dunlevy; J R Niven. Front row L-R: W Tait; T W Scroggie; I W Fairweather; S R Low (Capt); J Wannan; W Crighton; W R Brown; H H Smith (Secy & Treas).
Newport Football Team 1978. Photograph taken at the new Waterstone Crook sports centre.
Newport Football Team, mid-1950s
Newport Lifeboys Football football reserves, 1959
Newport School Football Team 1952
A newspaper cutting describing a meeting in 1945 at which it was agreed to restart Newport Football Club after it had lapsed during the war. Training would take place at Newport School on Thursday evenings with Mr Hugh Muir (head teacher) as instructor.
To celebrate their 10th anniversary as a youth club, the Rio held a week of activities. They included the women's football match at Waterstone Crook.
Wormit Football Club 1908-1909 Photograph taken at Waterstone Park, Newport on 17 October 1908 before the replay of the semi-final against St Andrews Violet. Wormit won the replay 1-0. Wormit's pitch was not suitable for a cup tie, so Newport very kindly swapped pitches that day and played their league match on the Wormit pitch. Back Row: ...
Wormit Football Club, probably 1940s, although exact date is not known. We would appreciate any help with the date or with names. Sandy Rankine is fourth from right.
Members of Wormit Amateur Football Club 1949-1950.
Wormit Football Club fixtures and results 1908-1909, as recorded by Willie Rankine of Woodhaven. Willie was the goal-keeper with this team.
A photograph from 1964 showing Wormit's successful amateur football team, who were at that time lying second in the Midlands League (Division II) and were hoping for promotion for the new season. Did they make it? Someone must know.
Wormit football team in action on their home pitch which was on the site of the playing field of the current Wormit Primary School. Note the railway bridge crossing Flass Road and the houses in Woodhaven Avenue.
Wormit Football Team, 1952.
Wormit Football Team playing at NCR in Dundee, early 1950s