Latest Ground Improvements

Materials arrive at Castle Cary Park

The club are delighted to announce that work to enclose Castle Cary Park will begin this week. A 6ft high wooden fence will be put all around the park and a new turnstile entrance will be installed.

Chairman Eric Houston told

” We are delighted to have secured funding to enclose the park. This is something we have been planning for a couple of years now and work will begin on Monday the 12th November”

“We started fundraising at the beginning of last season and finally met our target of £30000 last month. I would personally like to thank everyone that donated to the project & a special mention to Ben Herries & Creetown Initiative who done superb to raise the funds needed to complete the work”

Local experts James Smith fencing will start the work this Monday & is expected to take a week to complete. A big thank you to all the funders (listed below) & to everyone who made the project possible.

Kilgalloch Community Fund
Hollywood Trust
Robertson Trust
Hugh Fraser Foundation
Scottish Football Partnership


New Management Team Announced

The club committee have confirmed the appointment of a new Management Team. Experienced South player Neil Erskine was introduced to the players this evening & will be assisted by current players Colin (Waggs) Wilson & Ben Herries.

We welcome Neil to Creetown FC & wish him and the new team every success going forward.

The new team were all present at today’s defeat at home to Heston Rovers and will start work immediately.



Creetown v Heston Rovers

⚽️ Next Match ⚽️

🆚 Heston Rovers F.C.

📆 Sat 27th Oct 2018

🏆SOS League

📍 Castle Cary Park

⏰ 2pm

💷 £4/£3 U16s Free

Tomorrow we welcome Heston Rovers F.C. to Castle Cary Park in the South of Scotland League. The home side will be looking to bounce back after a run of defeats.