Category: Fixtures

Lowland League Fixtures

The long wait is over! The fixtures for the 2020/21 Lowland League season have been released.

BSC Glasgow kick off their season on 10th October as we welcome Dalbeattie Star to The Indodrill Stadium. From there it’s a quick jump into three away games in eleven days as we look to complete a full season in a Covid-truncated calendar.

Two double-headers, the first against Caledonian Braves and the second against Kelty Hearts punctuate December and January while we close out the season against Spartans at Ainslie Park on 17th April.

The full fixture list is available below:

Dalbeattie Star
10th October (H)

Civil Service Strollers
13th October (A)

Vale Of Leithen
17th October (A)

Gretna 2008
24th October (A)

Cumbernauld Colts
28th October (H)

Berwick Rangers
31st October (H)

The Spartans
6th November (H)

Bo’ness United
11th November (A)

Gala Fairydean Rovers
14th November (A)

East Stirlingshire
25th November (H)

Edinburgh University
28th November (H)

University Of Stirling
12th December (H)

Bonnyrigg Rose
19th December (A)

Caledonian Braves
26th December (A)

Caledonian Braves
1st January (H)

East Kilbride
4th January (A)

Kelty Hearts
9th January (h)

Kelty Hearts
16th January (A)

Edinburgh University
23rd January (A)

Vale Of Leithen
30th January (H)

Civil Service Strollers
10th February (H)

University Of Stirling
13th February (A)

Gala Fairydean Rovers
20th February (H)

Cumbernauld Colts
24th February (A)

East Kilbride
27th February (H)

Bo’ness United
10th March (H)

Dalbeattie Star
20th March (A)

East Stirlingshire
24th March (A)

Berwick Rangers
27th March (A)

Gretna 2008
3rd April (H)

Bonnyrigg Rose
10th April (H)

The Spartans
17th April (A)

You can download our fixtures to your calendar by clicking on your device on our Fixtures page!

COVID-19 Response from Scottish FA

The Scottish Football Association have announced that all football in Scotland played under their jurisdiction is to be postponed indefinitely in response to the Coronavirus pandemic.

As a club BSC Glasgow FC fully support this decision which has been made to safeguard the health of supporters, players, and staff of all clubs. We will keep you all informed of any plans to reinstate League fixtures as and when we hear them.

Ian Maxwell, Scottish FA Chief Executive said: “Since the guidance outlined by governments last night we have been engaged in extensive dialogue to clarify the position and implications of that guidance for Scottish football.

“Today’s announcement is made in the interests of public health but, equally, the health and safety of players, match officials, and staff across the game. This is of paramount importance as the country enters the ‘delay’ phase of the coronavirus pandemic.

“It is also why the Scottish FA is compelled to ensure that the suspension is cascaded through the non-professional and grassroots games until further notice.”

In the meantime, please continue to follow NHS advice on Coronavirus, stay safe, and wash your hands.