About

Club History

Creetown Football Club was originally formed in 1895 as Barholm Rovers and played their home games at Barholm Park Creetown.  In 1905 Barholm Rovers became Creetown Rifle Volunteers Football Club before becoming Creetown Football Club in 1920.  Creetown Football Club now play our home games at Castle Cary Park Creetown.  In 2013 a new building containing superb new changing facilities including 8 showers in each changing room, 2 referee changing/shower rooms,  Refreshment kitchen,  Disabled toilet access and a new committee room was opened at Castle Cary Park.  The club play in the South of Scotland League.  Our record goalscorer with 49 goals in one season is Robert (Bobo) Tweedie.

Honours

Southern Counties Challenge Cup: 1984–85
Cree Lodge Cup: 1936–37, 2003–04, 2004–05
Potts Cup: 1933–34, 1934–35, 1981–82
South League Cup: 2005–06
Haig Gordon Memorial Trophy: 2003–04
Tweedie Cup: 1934–35, 2002–03, 2003–04
Wigtownshire & District Cup: 1935–36
Wigtownshire Cup: 1934–35, 1935–36
Wigtownshire & Kirkcudbrightshire Cup: 1933–34, 1934–35, 1937–38

Creetown FC have never won the South of Scotland League.  Our highest league position to date is 2nd in season 2004/5