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Connor Hutton

XX Years Old
Goalkeeper
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Trevor Dear

XX Years Old
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Brodie Allen

22 Years Old
Midfielder

Signed in 2017 on a 2 year contract. Only played for Lossiemouth FC. Brodie joined the under 20s in 2015 aged 17. Spent half a season at Fochabers in 2016, one year at New Elgin (2017), and one year at Dufftown (2018) Debut for first team: Wick Academy, Away, 27 February 2016.

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Callum Clark

22 Years Old
Forward

Played for Aberdeen youths from ages 9-12 along side Elgin Boys League and Hythehill School & Lossiemouth High football teams. Played for Elgin City at U’15s and U17s level. Joined Lossiemouth FC aged 15 and have played in U17s, U19s U20s youth teams.

I have had loan spells at three junior teams Burghead Thistle, Forres Thistle and Dufftown FC as recently as last season to continue my development in the hope of breaking into the first team’s starting XI.

Debut: 2-0 away win vs Inverurie Locos 03/10/15

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James Leslie

XX Years Old
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Fraser Forbes

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Ryan Sewell

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George & Donna Sewell
Karen & Frankie
Robbie Sutherland
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Scott Gordon

XX Years Old
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Andrew Gordon
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Kevin Flett

XX Years Old
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Liam Archibald

XX Years Old
Club Captain
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Scott Hugh Campbell

22 Years Old
Centre Half

Played for Aberdeen Youth from ages 9 until age 12, then moved onto Elgin City and played for them from ages 12 to 15 then signed for Lossiemouth FC, however, played for the youths to begin with, playing games for the U17’s and U20’s from age 15-20, but along side that, I had spells at Lossiemouth United and Forres Thistle on loan having a successful spell winning two cups with Forres Thistle. In amongst that I also got my opportunity to make me debut for Lossiemouth FC, with me eventually cementing my place in the squad at the age of 19.

Signed date/time: TBC

Previously loaned out: Forres Thistle and Lossie United

Youth Teams: Lossiemouth U15s, U17s and U20s.

Which clubs at which levels: Aberdeen Youth 9-12, 12-15 Elgin Youth, 15-17 Lossie United 15-19 Forres Thistle, 19-21 Lossiemouth FC
Debut: Turriff Away, 05 September 2015

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Ally Bellingham

24 Years Old
Midfielder

Ally joined Lossiemouth FC under U19s in 2013, then joined Lossiemouth Utd for 2014/15 season for one year.
Ally signed a pre-contract agreement with Lossiemouth FC on December 2014, then officially signed June 2015 on a 2 year deal. Debut: Saturday 25/07/15 against Brora Rangers at Grant Park.

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Ross Kelman

XX Years Old
Right Back
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Kyle Ure

XX Years Old
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Jack Macarthur

XX Years Old
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Connor Macauley

XX Years Old
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Scotty Wilson

XX Years Old
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Conner McGregor
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Stewart Black

XX Years Old
Goalkeeper
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Our History

Lossiemouth FC was founded in 1945 and entered the Highland League in 1946, and have taken part ever since. The club maintained a notoriously lop-sided rivalry with Elgin City until the beginning of the 90’s at which point Lossie started to win more regularly. The club enjoyed it’s most successful period in the early to late 1990’s, when it was never far from the top of the table, and capped things off with a cup double in 1996-97 with victories in the North of Scotland Cup and the Highland League Cup.

The club nickname is ‘The Coasters’ and was the result of a competition between the towns primary schools.

Lossiemouth FC play at Grant Park, which was bought from the council and has had new dressing rooms built and new floodlights and an enclosure added since then. In the summer of 2009, the famous old stand was torn down and work began on replacing it with a newer version as plans to renovate the ground continue.

Pre-and post match, punters can enjoy a pint in the Lossiemouth FC Social Club at 39 – 41 Macduff Street, a two minute walk from the ground.

Honours

Despite not yet landing the championship trophy, Lossie have been a successful cup side over the years, completing a famous hat-trick of wins in the North of Scotland Cup. The clubs last trophy was in the same tournament, when the Coasters beat Rothes 3-1 at Mosset Park.
Highland League Cup Winners – 1961-62, 1996-97
Scottish Supplementary Cup (north) Winners – 1956-57
Stuart Cup Winners – 1946-47, 1948-49
North of Scotland Cup Winners – 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97, 2000-01, 2002-03

Notable dates

First League Cup tie: v Forres 10 August 1946 (won 5 -2) crowd 1,623
First Highland League match: away v Fraserburgh 24 August 1946 (won 4-1) crowd 1200
First Highland League match at home: v Elgin City 29 August 1946 at Grant Park (won 3-0)
First Qualifying Cup tie away v Rothes 7 September 1946 (Lost 5-3)
First North Cup tie: away v Clachnacuddin 15 February 1947 (lost 2-0)
First Scottish Cup tie: home v Murrayfield Amateurs 11 September 1954 (won 6-0)
Record Attendance: 2700 (against Elgin City 28 December 1948)