West of Scotland League Central District Second Division

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West of Scotland League Central District Second Division
Founded 2002 (16 years ago) (2002)
Country  Scotland
Number of teams 12
Promotion to Central District First Division
Relegation to none
Domestic cup(s) Scottish Junior Cup
Current champions Forth Wanderers
Website SJFA

The Scottish Junior Football Central District Second Division is a fourth-tier division of the West Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association.

The three highest-placed teams at the end of the season will be promoted to the Central District First Division.

Member clubs for the 2016–17 season[edit]

Club Location Home Ground Finishing position 2015–16
Ashfield Possilpark, Glasgow Saracen Park 11th
Carluke Rovers Carluke John Cumming Stadium Central District First Division, 12th
Dunipace Juniors Denny Westfield Park Central District First Division, 14th
East Kilbride Thistle East Kilbride The Showpark 7th
Gartcairn Juniors Airdrie MTC Park 5th
Glasgow Perthshire Possilpark, Glasgow Keppoch Park 8th
Lanark United Lanark Moor Park 6th
Newmains United Newmains Victoria Park 9th
Port Glasgow Port Glasgow Parklea Community Stadium 4th
Royal Albert Stonehouse Tilework Park 12th
St. Anthony's Cardonald, Glasgow McKenna Park Central District First Division, 13th
Vale of Leven Alexandria Millburn Park 10th

Season summaries[edit]

Season Champions Also promoted
2002–03 St Anthony's Port Glasgow, Dunipace Juniors
2003–04 Clydebank Carluke Rovers, Yoker Athletic
2004–05 Lanark United Thorniewood United, Lesmahagow
2005–06 Blantyre Victoria Port Glasgow, Glasgow Perthshire
2006–07 Ashfield St Roch's, Benburb
2007–08 Vale of Leven Thorniewood United, Cambuslang Rangers
2008–09 Blantyre Victoria Dunipace Juniors, Glasgow Perthshire
2009–10 Johnstone Burgh Shettleston, Greenock Juniors
2010–11 Yoker Athletic Larkhall Thistle, Benburb
2011–12 1 Carluke Rovers St Roch's, Lesmahagow
2012–13 Cambuslang Rangers Maryhill, Johnstone Burgh
2013–14 Blantyre Victoria Vale of Clyde, Wishaw Juniors
2014–15 Rossvale Johnstone Burgh, St. Roch's
2015–16 Forth Wanderers Benburb, Cambuslang Rangers

1 Stonehouse Violet folded on 11 January 2012 and withdrew from the league.[1] Their playing record was expunged.


  1. ^ "Violet fold". Scottish Junior Football Association. 12 January 2012. Retrieved 12 January 2012.