Full Results Against Edinburgh City
Edinburgh City Football Club are a football club from the city of Edinburgh.
The original Edinburgh City was founded in 1928. The club adopted amateur status, with the aim of becoming the Edinburgh equivalent of Glasgow’s Queen’s Park. Edinburgh City joined the Scottish Football League in 1931, but went out of business in the 1950s.
The present club adopted the Edinburgh City name in 1986. It applied to join the Scottish Football League in 2002 and 2008, but failed to win election on both occasions (first to Gretna and then to Annan Athletic respectively).
A club called Postal United was founded in 1966. The Edinburgh City Football Club Ltd. which had continued trading as a social club since the football club stopped playing, gave their approval in 1986 for Postal United to use the Edinburgh City name. The club has participated in the Scottish Cup since the mid-1990s, when it became a full member of the Scottish Football Association.
Edinburgh City became members of the newÂ Lowland League in 2013. The club won the Lowland League championship in 2015 and 2016 and won promotion to the Scottish Professional Football League in 2016 and became the first side to do so since the introduction of the League 2 Play-Offs.
|Season||Date||Opponents||H/A||Competition||Score – Ayr First||Programme Issued||Comments|
|1932/33||18/1/33||Edinburgh City||H||Scottish Cup 1st Rnd||3-1||No Issue|
|1936/37||22/8/36||Edinburgh City||H||2nd Division||3-2||No Issue|
|1936/37||14/11/36||Edinburgh City||A||2nd Division||4-1||No Issue|
|2004/05||11/12/04||Edinburgh City||H||Scottish Cup 2nd Round||3-0||Yes|
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