Vale of Leithen

Vale of Leithen Football Club are a football club based in the town of Innerleithen, Scotland. They play in the Lowland League, and their home games take place at Victoria Park.

The team's motto is "Keep Faith", and features on their club crest, along with the town's patron saint, St. Ronan. The home strip features a blue shirt with white sleeves, blue shorts and red socks; the away strip is all-red, with white trim on the sleeves.

Vale of Leithen should not be confused with the slightly differently named West of Scotland team Vale of Leven.

Contents

1 History

2 Current squad

3 Season-by-season record

3.1 Lowland League

4 Honours

5 References

6 External links

History

The club is one of the oldest in the Scottish Borders, having formed in 1891, they became full members of the Scottish Football Association in 1897. The club played at Caddon Park and initially played their first two games as Leithen Vale but subsequently changed their name to Vale of Leithen Football Club. In 1922, they moved to their current home, Victoria Park.

The club were founding members of the Lowland Football League in 2013, having previously played in the East of Scotland Football League. Their best finishing position is 6th place in 2013–14.