Respect, Passion & Excellence
2012 and 2013 Volunteer Club of the Year
2013 and 2015 Club of the Year
2018 Queen's Park Shield Winners
8 Promotions Since 2011
3 Men and 2 Women Athletes Called up to the Scottish University Team in 2018
6 Competitive Men's Teams
3 Competitive Women's Teams
1 Men's Amateur Squad
1 Men's Development Squad
1 Women's Develoment Squad
10 Paid Members of Staff
The Club consists of:
Attending Women's Football's Give It a Go in my first year was the best decision I made at St Andrews. In the football program, I was challenged as a player, a leader, and a person to aim higher and strive for greatness not only for myself but for my team, my club, and the amazing women who worked alongside me. At the end of every summer I found myself prickling with anticipation for my return to St Andrews and for preseason with the club. And to this day, I find myself filled with emotion at the irreplaceable experience I shared and at the prospect of what experiences the younger players I know and future players will share.
I will forever look back at my time in St Andrews with fond memories of the football club. From the first minute of pre season, to my last Fife league game, being a part of the men's football club was a thoroughly enjoyable experience. During my 4 years in St Andrews the club helped me to develop significantly - in both a playing and coaching capacity. I feel privileged to have been a part of one of the most successful periods in the club's decorated history.
With continued expansion, coupled with the founding of a club motto, I have no doubt that the men's football club is set to sustain the success experienced during my time within the program. Whilst I may have graduated, I will forever feel a connection with the club, and will continue to follow the club's success going forward.
Our Legacy. Be Remembered.
My favorite moment was drawing Edinburgh 2s in my 2nd year. We started the season awful. Statistically, we were the worst team in the league. But we all developed the weirdest sense of sisterhood and pride on our wee family: the doobles. From this came chants, unconditional camaraderie and a team identity of being the weirdest. We ended up drawing the best team in the league by the end of the first semester, and God… if I could go back to that moment. To see everyone absolutely exhausted looking up, crying, laughing, falling to the floor, hugging each other, was the coolest thing I think I have ever seen. If you were there on that pitch, you know what I mean. It was so special, and I’ll take it to the grave. We’re so much more than just football players, we’re a family.
My favourite moment here was falling to my knees on a rain soaked mud bath and screaming to the Gods after watching the ball trickle over the line in the last minute to grab a 4-4 draw away to Leslie Hearts in the Fife League Play Offs. Pure unbridled joy that will never be matched