Nairn County F.C.

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Nairn County
Full name Nairn County Football Club
Nickname(s) The Wee County
Founded 1914
Ground Station Park, Nairn
Ground Capacity 3,000
Chairman Peter Mackintosh
Manager Les Fridge
League Highland Football League
2014–15 Highland Football League, 8th

Nairn County Football Club is a Scottish senior football club based in the town of Nairn, Highland. Nicknamed the Wee County,[1] they were founded in 1914 and play at Station Park. They have played in the Highland Football League since 1919, winning their only league title in the 1975-76 season. As a full member of the Scottish Football Association they qualify automatically to play in the Scottish Cup.


Nairn County were reformed in 1914 and joined the Highland League in 1919. Their only league title was in the 1975–76 season, which they won after a play-off in extra time against Fraserburgh at Borough Briggs, Elgin. Recent success was achieved in the 2005–06 season, with an unexpected North of Scotland Cup win. Nairn County also won the North of Scotland Cup in 2012 by defeating Wick Academy 2–1. During Nairn's Scottish Cup run in 2012, Nairn defeated Preston Athletic and Clyde, whilst in the third round were trailing 3–0 at half time against Forfar Athletic and staged a remarkable comeback with the game ending 3–3.

Striker Conor Gethins was awarded with the Highland League Player of the Year for the 2012–13 season.


The team colours are maize yellow and black.[1]


Station Park
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Station Park
Location Cawdor Street, Nairn, Scotland
Coordinates 57°34′44″N 3°52′21″W / 57.5790°N 3.8725°W / 57.5790; -3.8725Coordinates: 57°34′44″N 3°52′21″W / 57.5790°N 3.8725°W / 57.5790; -3.8725
Owner Nairn County F.C.
Capacity 3000 (250 seated)
Surface Grass

Nairn County play at Station Park in Nairn, which has a capacity of 3000, including 250 seats.[1]

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Wales GK Calum Antell
2 Scotland DF Sean Webb
3 Scotland DF Paul MacLeod
4 Scotland DF Michael Morrison
5 Scotland DF Martin MacDonald
6 Scotland MF Wayne MacKintosh
7 Scotland MF Ross Naismith
8 Scotland MF Alan Pollock
9 Republic of Ireland FW Conor Gethins
10 Scotland MF Gregg Main
11 Scotland FW Sam Urquhart
12 Scotland MF Bradley Halsmen
No. Position Player
14 Scotland DF Andrew Harwick
15 Scotland DF Andrew Skinner
16 Scotland DF Adam Naismith
17 Scotland MF Callum MacLean
18 Scotland FW Robert Duncanson
19 Scotland MF Glenn Main
20 Scotland GK Dylan MacLean
21 Scotland FW John Cameron
22 Scotland MF Kenny McKenzie
23 Scotland FW Jordan MacRae
25 Scotland GK Sam MacLean
99 Scotland FW Tony Wallace

Club honours[edit]

  • Highland League:
    • Winners (1):1975–76
  • North of Scotland Cup:
    • Winners (7): 1956–57, 1962–63, 1963–64, 1965–66, 2005–06, 2008–09, 2012–13
  • Scottish Qualifying Cup
    • Winners (1): 1968–69
  • Highland League Cup:
    • Winners (2):1963–64, 2010–11
  • The Inverness Cup:
    • Winners (1): 1977


  1. ^ a b c "Nairn County FC". The Scottish Highland Football League. Retrieved 25 May 2015. 

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