Crossgates Primrose J.F.C.
We are a Scottish football club based in Crossgates, near Dunfermline, Fife. Members of the Scottish Junior Football Association, we currently play in the East Region, South Division. Our home ground is Humbug Park, its unusual name deriving from a disused pit of the former Cuttlehill Colliery on which site the ground is located.
Record attendance - 7,600 - 1952–53 season
Scottish Junior Cup 6th Round V Auchinleck Talbot
The clubs best-known former players are Scotland legend Jim Baxter and his cousin George Kinnell.
Crossgates Primrose JFC is a club with a long tradition. For us, it's not all about serious training. We love it when our team wins, but we're just as enthusiastic about bringing youth through and involving the local community.
We don't differentiate between our members. Anyone is welcome to join us. Our experienced trainers are team members just like anyone else and will
be happy to tell you our aims and ambitions.
We're always happy to welcome new supporters or if you wish to become new members who are interested in joining either the committee, coaching staff or as a club sponsor.
Saturday 5th September
East of Scotland Cup
2:30 pm KO
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