Hawick Royal Albert United F.C.
Hawick Royal Albert United Football Club is a Scottish football club based in the town of Hawick in the Scottish Borders. The club was founded in 1947 as Hawick Royal Albert and in 2019 merged with amateur side Hawick United to create Hawick Royal Albert United. The club plays its home matches at Albert Park and currently competes in the East of Scotland League First Division Conference B. Before the East of Scotland League was split into two divisions, Hawick Royal Albert won it three times and finished runners-up once. The club reached the final of the Scottish Qualifying Cup South on three occasions, winning it twice, before it was abolished in 2007. Hawick Royal Albert now qualifies automatically for the Scottish Cup as a member of the Scottish Football Association (SFA), its best result reaching the second round on five occasions.. The most notable player at the club is Gregor Cameron who was formerly at Fitbaw FC as a player/manager role. He joined Albert after the fans of the team found out about his affair with one Jimmy the Nail.