Welcome to Glenafton Athletic Football Club.
We were formed in 1930 and played at Connel Park, in the heart of the miners’ rows, in the parish of New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. We were members of the Scottish Junior Football Association (S.J.F.A.). and our colours were white and black.
In 1960 we moved to the purpose built Loch Park close to where the River Afton flows gently into the River Nith at the heart of town of New Cumnock. At that time we change our colours to red and white. We are known as ‘The Glens’ or ‘The Afton’.
In April 2020 we joined the West of Scotland Football (WoSFL) whilst retaining our membership of the SJFA.
WELCOME TO OUR NEW FACES AT LOCH PARK FOR 2020/21
|02/05/2020||Anthony McParland||player /coach||–|
|08/05/2020||Michael McKinven||goalkeeper||Linlithgow Rose|
GOOD LUCK TO OUR LOCH PARK LEAVERS
|02/05/2020||David Wilson||goalkeeper||St. Mirren|
|02/05/2020||Matthew Reilly||midfielder||St. Mirren|
|02/05/2020||Gabe Skeoch||striker||Ayr United|
|19/06/2020||Findlay Frye||midfielder||Cumnock Juniors|
|20/06/2020||Ally Park||midfielder||Beith Juniors|
|22/06/2020||Kyle McAusland||defender||Cumnock Juniors|
|01/07/2020||Dan Orsi||midfielder||Dalbeattie Star|
Glenafton Athletic can announce that Ryan Nisbet has left the club. The loan deals of David Wilson and Matthew Reilly from St. Mirren have concluded and so too the loan deal of Gabe Skeoch from Ayr United. The club would like to thank Nizzy, Div, Matty and Gabe and wish them well for the future. Glens would also like to thank St. Mirren and Ayr United.
Glenafton Athetic can confirm that Findlay Frye has left club and has apparently signed for Cumnock Juniors. We would like to thank Findlay and wish him well for the future.
Glenafton Athletic can announce that Ally Park has left the club by mutual agreement and joined Beith Juniors. The club would like to thank Ally for his five seasons at the club and wish him all the best.
Glenafton Athetic can confirm that Kyle McAusland has left club and has apparently signed for Cumnock Juniors. We would like to thank Kyle and wish him well for the future.
Glenafton Athetic can confirm that Dan Orsi has left club and has signed for Dalbeattie Star. We would like to thank Dan and wish him well for the future.
DONATE A TICKET
We are delighted to have signed up at www.donateaticket.com – a fantastic idea that gives supporters the chance to help clubs with fundraising during this difficult time.
- The idea is that fans can donate the gate money that they would have spent on a matchday, had the matches been going ahead.
- You can help the club by making a donation at the following link:
- All proceeds go to the Glens.
- Payment can be made through Paypal or credit card..
HOME TOP 2020/2021
- Details to follow
AWAY TOP 2020/2021
Glenafton Athletic are delighted to support the NHS throuh funds raised from sales of this season’s Away Top.
£35 each includes postage if you use the code GLENS when ordering (please note 50% of all profits will be going to the NHS details of the amount raised will be on our web and facebook page at a later date).
Available from football1st.com under football clubs section. Use code GLENS for free U.K. shipping.
Any queries contact email@example.com. All sizes are clearly shown on the website if for any reason you have no internet access to order online you can contact me on the Glens facebook page or PM me John Stewart (Glenafton Athletic Secretary).