Glasgow City F.C.
|Full name||Glasgow City Football Club|
|Chairperson||Carol Anne Stewart|
|Club manager||Laura Montgomery|
|Manager||Eddie Wolecki Black|
|League||Scottish Women's Premier League|
|Website||Club home page|
Glasgow City LFC are a women's football team based in Glasgow that plays in the Scottish Women's Premier League. They have also competed in the UEFA Women's Cup and UEFA Women's Champions League. They also have a reserve team and youth teams.
The have won the most Premier League titles in Scotland, the most Scottish Cups since 2000.
City completed a domestic clean sweep in 2012, winning ever domestic game that season on the way to claiming the treble. They completed a second consecutive domestic treble in 2013, stretching their undefeated league record to 111 matches. It was reported Glasgow City had held talks with the FA WSL in February 2013 about a possible move to an extended top flight in England. City cited football was not moving forward quickly enough in Scotland for women to match their amibition. The FA shut the door on any potential move. City general manager Laura Montgomery later reiterated the club's desire to play in the FA WSL.
During the 2014 season, Glasgow City suffered a first league defeat in over six years but still secured an eighth successive SWPL title. and third successive treble. City became the first Scottish team to reach the UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-finals in November 2014, after an astonishing 5-4 aggregate victory. After suffering a 2-1 first leg defeat at FC Zurich, City found themselves 1-0 down at half time with their keeper substituted due a suspected broken collar bone in the return leg. Despite City replying with two early second half goals, Zurich equalized. An 81st minute Jo Love strike leveled the tie but with City still heading out of the competition on away goals, Suzanne Lappin powered home a header a few minutes from time to send them through.
- Record Victory: 29–0 v FC Kilmarnock, May 2010 
- Record Defeat: 0–10 v Turbine Potsdam, Champions League, 2 November 2011
- Record Goal Scorer: 170, Suzanne Lappin
- Most League Goals In a Season: 42, Leanne Ross, 2010
- Most Goals In a Season: 54, Leanne Ross, 2010
- Most Goals In a Game: 12, Debbie McWhinnie v Motherwell, February 2004 
- Premier League champions (9 times): 2004–05, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
- Scottish Women's Cup winners (7 times): 2004, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
- Scottish Women's Premier League Cup winners (5 times) : 2008–09, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014
- Scottish First Division Winners: 1998–99
- National 5-A-Side Winners: 1999–00, 2000–01
- Scottish Sports Awards Amateur Performance of the Year 2011
- Umbro Cup Winners, Manchester 2007, 2009 (shared)
- Reebok Trophy Winners, Mansfield 1999
- Glasgow Team of the Year 2008
- Glaswegian Team of the Year 2009
- Sports Council of Glasgow Performance Team of the Year 2010
Glasgow City has participated in several seasons of UEFA competitions; reaching the second qualifying round of the Women's Cup (last 16) in the 2008–09 season. In the 2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League they won their qualifying group and moved on to the round of 32. They then defeated Icelandic team Valur to become the first Scottish side to reach the round of 16 of the Champions League. The Round of 16 ended in "humiliating" fashion for Glasgow City, where against German champions Turbine Potsdam, they lost the tie 17–0 on aggregate. The 10–0 first leg defeat in Potsdam being the only time any team in the knockout stages of the champions league have been beaten by double figures. In 2013–14 they reached the round of 16 again losing 2–6 against Arsenal on aggregate.
In 2014 they became the first Scottish team to advance to the quarterfinals.
- As of 5 August 2014.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
For details of former players, see Category:Glasgow City F.C. players.
Current technical staff
- As of 5 August 2014
|Eddie Wolecki Black||Head Coach|
|Donald Jennow||Assistant First Team Coach|
|Willie Spence||Goalkeeper Coach|
Player of the year
- 2011 - Clare Gemmell 
- 2010 - Suzanne Lappin
- 2009 - Katharina Lindner
- 2008 - Megan Sneddon
- 2007 - Jane Ross
- 2006 - Katharina Lindner
- 2005 - Jayne Sommerville
- 2004 - Suzanne Lappin
- 2003 - Debbie McWhinnie
- 2002 - Pauline McVey
- 2001 - Laura Montgomery
- 2000 - Susan Maxwell & Laura MacDonald (Shared)
- 1999 - Kirsten Abercrombie & Fiona Laird (Shared)
- Peter Caulfield: 1999–2010
- Kathleen O'Donnell: 1998–1999
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- Glasgow City lift Henson Scottish Cup to complete treble Scottish FA. 12-11-2012. Retrieved 14-11-2014.
- Glasgow City secure sixth Scottish Cup win and second successive domestic treble . 17-11-2013. Retrieved 14-11-2014.
- Glasgow City celebrate seventh straight title Daily Record. 14-10-2013. Retrieved 19-10-2013.
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- Glasgow City manager eyes entry to FA WSL BBC Sport. 18-10-2013. Retrieved 19-10-2013.
- SWPL: Glasgow City lose six-year unbeaten record against Spartans BBC Sport. 21-09-2014. Retrieved 01-11-2014.
- Glasgow City secure their eighth successive SWPL title BBC Sport. 02-10-2014. Retrieved 02-11-2014.
- City win the Scottish Cup to complete a historic treble Glasgow City FC. 16-11-14. Retrieved 17-11-2014.
- Women's Champions League: Glasgow City 4-2 Zurich (5-4) BBC Sport. 12-11-2014. Retrieved 12-11-2014.
- Women's Champions League: FC Zurich 2-1 Glasgow City BBC Sport 09-11-2014. Retrieved 12-11-2014.
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