Golspie Sutherland F.C. is a Scottish football club from Golspie, Sutherland, that competes in the North Caledonian League.As Golspie are associate members of the Scottish Football Association they are eligible to compete in the ScottishCup, via the Qualifying Cup(North)
Golspie Sutherland F.C. are one of North Footballs oldest clubs. They are the longest serving club in the North Caledonian League formerly known as the North Reserve League. Golspie Sutherland F.C. have been one of the league’s top teams over the past fifteen years, having won every domestic honour available.Their set-up is one of the best in the league from facilities,committee,management and playing staff. Golspie Sutherland F.C. play all their home games at The King George V playing fields and are known locally as the ‘blues.’
Association football is one of the national sports of Scotland and popular throughout the country. There is a long tradition of “football” games in Orkney, Lewis and southern Scotland, especially the Scottish Borders, although many of these include carrying the ball and passing by hand, and despite bearing the name “football” bear little resemblance to association football.
Founded in 1873, Scotland has the second oldest national Football Association in the world (behind England’s FA), and the trophy for the national cup, the Scottish Cup, is the oldest national sporting trophy in the world. Scotland and Scottish football clubs hold many records for football attendances.