Category: Scottish Junior football

Semi Professional football in Scotland

Newburgh FC sponsorship renewals

Everyone at Newburgh FC would like to record our thanks to our sponsors who have committed to supporting us for another season.

Our next sponsor to renew for the coming season is Ductform who are now entering their fourth season of sponsorship with Newburgh. We are delighted to display the Ductform logo on our team warm up t-shirts.

Ductform sponsored team warm up t shirt

Founded in 1974 Ductform are a customer focused, service driven ductwork manufacturers, distributing and installing our ventilation ductwork and associated products throughout the UK.

Ductform currently operate from a 40,000sq ft. production facility in the heart of Fife where they service a wide range of clients stretching the UK wide.

Ductform experience is such that they have provided ventilation solutions for many demanding applications, such as: oil & gas, marine, nuclear, renewables, semi-conductor plants, prisons, airports and major retail and office developments.

Ductforms facility and investment in the most up-to-date ducting manufacturing equipment and resource, ensure Ductform can deliver a quality, time driven product and service that will improve customer delivery times, reduce prime cost, and enhance their customers competitive edge over that of their competition, combining to ensure the successful completion of each project regardless of size, location or specification.

Newburgh FC as a club are immensely grateful to Ductform for this continued sponsorship in these difficult times.

Newburgh FC sponsorship renewals

Everyone at Newburgh FC would like to record our thanks to our sponsors who have committed to supporting us for another season.

Our third sponsor to renew for the coming season is Abbotsford Care who are now entering their third season of sponsorship with Newburgh. We are delighted to display the Abbotsford Care logo on our team polo shirts.

Abbotsford Care sponsored team polo top

Abbotsford Care – Providing care in Fife for 30 Years

Abbotsford have been on the go since 1987 when they opened their first home in Milton Road, Kirkcaldy. Over the years they have developed their services adding homes in Glenrothes, Kinglassie, East Wemyss, Cowdenbeath, Methil, Newburgh, Dunfermline, and they recently opened their newest home in Kirkcaldy in August 2015.

Like all families Abbotsford Care have grown up together over the years. At their recent service awards they congratulated over 150 staff that have provided a continuous high standard of care to their residents for 5 years or more with some of the staff having 25 years’ service. The staff are the backbone of all Abbotsford Care provide and they believe it is this which is the strength of the community that they promote. Abbotsford Care residents are the priority and offering a varied selection of activities and social events is important to ensuring a quality of well-being. The Abbotsford Care staff teams provide the support from in-house parties to day outings and even holidays away to caravans, lodges or hotels, near or far.

Newburgh FC as a club are immensely grateful to Abbotsford Care for this continued sponsorship in these difficult times.

Newburgh FC sponsorship renewals

Everyone at Newburgh FC would like to record our thanks to our sponsors who have committed to supporting us for another season.

Next up, thank you to Elder & Paton who are now entering their fourth season of sponsorship with Newburgh. We proudly display the Elder & Paton logo on our warm up sweatshirts and on our home strip.

Elder & Paton sponsored warm up top

Elder & Paton of Perth, Scotland have been meeting the nation’s car repair and servicing needs since 1971. Approved by several leading car manufacturers including Alfa Romeo, Lexus, Suzuki and Peugeot, our expertise spans the full scope of repair and servicing disciplines, coupling the latest techniques and materials with a good old-fashioned dedication to quality and customer satisfaction.

Newburgh FC as a club are immensely grateful to Elder & Paton for this continued sponsorship in these difficult times.

Newburgh FC sponsorship renewals

Everyone at Newburgh FC would like to record our thanks to our sponsors who have committed to supporting us for an other season.

First up thank you to Blackadders LLP who are entering the third season of sponsorship with Newburgh. We proudly display the Blackadders logo on the rear of our track suits and on our away strip.

Newburgh FC tracksuits - sponsored by Blackadders
Blackadders sponsored tracksuit top
Blackadders is the law firm that works as a team providing first class, trusted advice to individuals and businesses in Scotland.

From planning your and your family’s affairs and investments, advice on resolving disputes, through to commercial legal advice for every type of business, Blackadders is trusted by thousands of clients every year to help them achieve their goals.

Blackadders have a network of offices across Scotland.

Newburgh FC as a club are immensely grateful to Blackadders for this continued sponsorship in these difficult times.

Getting to know us – Ryan Kinnes

As we are currently locked down, we thought this would be a great chance to get to know the squad and officials at the club a bit better.

So, we have designed a questionnaire that will give you a clear and deep understanding of what makes our club tick……

Next up – Ryan Kinnes

Q1 – What was your favourite game involving Newburgh this season?

A – Armadale away in the cup.

Q2 – Who is the best player you have played with in your football career?

A – Stephen Forbes

Q3 – In your opinion which team, this season, were our toughest opponents?

A – Armadale Thistle

Q4 – Who has the worst musical taste at the club?

A – Aiden Edwards

Q5 – Which moment sticks in your mind from this season as a personal highlight?

A -The Harthill game in the cup

Q6 – Who is the joker in the squad – provide an example?

A – Sam Kirkham

Q7 – What have you been doing to keep yourself fit in the shutdown?

A – Running and cycling.

Q8 – Which away ground was your favourite to visit this season?

A – West Calder

Q9 – Who is you all time favourite Scottish football player?

A – Barry Ferguson

Q10 – In your opinion who is the biggest moaner at the club

A – Scotty Sutherland

Ryan will nominate the next person to face the questions….. Keep your eyes peeled for the next set of answers, coming soon…..

Getting to know us – Kevin Bartlett

As we are currently locked down, we thought this would be a great chance to get to know the squad and officials at the club a bit better.

So, we have designed a questionnaire that will give you a clear and deep understanding of what makes our club tick……

Next up – The Money man – Kevin Barlett

Q1 – What was your favourite game involving Newburgh this season?

A – Armadale Thisle in the cup.

Q2 – Who is you favourite all time Newburgh player?

Q2 – Jim Cowie.

Q3 – In your opinion which team, this season, were our toughest opponents?

A – Harthill Royal

Q4 – Which player in Newburgh’s current team is you favourite ?

A – Ben Scarborough

Q5 – In all of your years watching Newburgh what is you favourite moment?

A – When the Armadale supporter, asked if that was the whiskey kicking in for wee John Crawford who was as high as a kite.

Q6 – What have you been doing during lockdown ?

A – Clearing out at the club getting ready for next season.

Q7 – Which away ground was your favourite to visit this season?

A – Harthill – great people.

Q8 – Who is you all time favourite player in the Scottish league?

A – Slim Jim Baxter

Q9 In your opinion who is the biggest moan at Newburgh?

A – Andy Weir.

Q10 – In your opinion which team has the best pies?

A -Ask the Robster he is the pie muncher.

Andy will nominate the next person to face the questions….. Keep your eyes peeled for the next set of answers, coming soon…..

Getting to know us – Andy Weir

As we are currently locked down, we thought this would be a great chance to get to know the squad and officials at the club a bit better.

So, we have designed a questionnaire that will give you a clear and deep understanding of what makes our club tick……

Next up – The Kitman – Andy Weir

Q1 – What was your favourite game involving Newburgh this season?

A – Harthill Royal in the Cup.

Q2 – Who is you favourite all time Newburgh player?

Q2 – Dickie Smith.

Q3 – In your opinion which team, this season, were our toughest opponents?

A – Armadale Thistle

Q4 – Which player in Newburgh’s current team is you favourite ?

A – Ryan Smart

Q5 – In all of your years watching Newburgh what is you favourite moment?

A – Winning at Armadale Thistle last season in the cup.

Q6 – What have you been doing during lockdown ?

A – Mainly working between the football club and the bowling club.

Q7 – Which away ground was your favourite to visit this season?

A – Rosyth.

Q8 – Who is you all time favourite player in the Scottish league?

A – Slim Jim Baxter

Q9 In your opinion who is the biggest moan at Newburgh?

A – Scott Sutherland.

Q10 – In your opinion which team has the best pies?

A -None I am not a pie fan.

Andy will nominate the next person to face the questions….. Keep your eyes peeled for the next set of answers, coming soon…..

Getting to know us – Jamie Gay

As we are currently locked down, we thought this would be a great chance to get to know the squad and officials at the club a bit better.

So, we have designed a questionnaire that will give you a clear and deep understanding of what makes our club tick……

Next up – Jives – Jamie Gay

Q1 – What was your favourite game involving Newburgh this season?

A – Harthill away in the cup – changed the game when I came on.

Q2 – Who is the best player you have played with in your football career?

A – Scott Sutherland – Dr Goals

Q3 – In your opinion which team, this season, were our toughest opponents?

A – Kirkcaldy – only team we never scored against last season

Q4 – Who has the worst musical taste at the club?

A – Scott Sutherland

Q5 – Which moment sticks in your mind from this season as a personal highlight?

A -Scoring the winner against Bo’ness

Q6 – Who is the joker in the squad – provide an example?

A – Has to be me – I am just a funny guy…

Q7 – What have you been doing to keep yourself fit in the shutdown?

A – Loads of weights, daily runs, circuts and generally taking good care of my body – it is a temple…..

Q8 – Which away ground was your favourite to visit this season?

A – Always love a trip to West Calder

Q9 – Who is you all time favourite Scottish football player?

A – Asa Harford

Q10 – In your opinion who is the biggest moaner at the club

A – Has to be Jack Hutch he is never off my back moaning about needing a night out with me

Jamie will nominate the next person to face the questions….. Keep your eyes peeled for the next set of answers, coming soon…..