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Founded: 1910   Joined HFL:
Ground: Bellslea Park   Telephone: 01346 518444
Record Att: 5,800 (13/2/54) v Hearts (Scottish Cup)   Fax:
Ground Capacity: 3000   Seating Capacity: 480
Contact Address: 
Finlay Noble, 18 Bawdley Head, Fraserburgh AB43 9SE
  Pitch Size: 109 x 66 yards
Contact Telephone: 01346 513474     Mobile: 07852 178634
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League results

Rank Played Won Lost Drawn GD Points
4 34 23 7 4 63 73

Current form


Latest matches

Date Team Location Result
11-04-2018 20:00 Cove RangersHome
14-04-2018 15:00 Nairn CountyAway
18-04-2018 20:00 Brora RangersAway
21-04-2018 15:00 RothesAway
24-04-2018 20:00 Strathspey ThistleAway

Latest Buckie News

  • Saturday 14th Jan - Buckie Th 6 Lossiemouth 0

    Buckie Thistle put six of the best past coastal rivals Lossiemouth at Victoria Park to move six points clear at the top of the Highland League table. Midfield general Kevin Fraser was the home hero with a double strike, one at the beginning of each half. Jags boss Graeme Stewart was delighted with the performance: "I thought we were outstanding and could been out of sight in the first half. We had four or five good chances, but the problem with a one goal lead is that it's always precarious and can...

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  • Saturday 26th November - Buckie Th 3 Dunfermline 5

    A pulsating eight-goal thriller of a Scottish Cup tie at Victoria Park ended with Dunfermline taking their place in the Fourth Round, but it was Highland League Buckie Thistle who took all the plaudits for their heroic display.   Pars boss Allan Johnston was pleased to be in the hat for the next round:  "We knew it was going to be a tough game and the most important thing in these games is to get into the next round and we've managed that. We definitely need to improve because we made it really...

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  • Saturday 15th October - Buckie Thistle 1 Fraserburgh 1

    Hamish Munro's late header rescued a point for league leaders Buckie against Fraserburgh at Victoria Park. The home side were without Lewis Mackinnon and Chris Angus was only fit enough for a place on the bench. Broch captain Russell McBride was also on the bench, while Bryan Hay, Dean Cowie and Michael Rae were all fit to start the match. The first chance went to Buckie when Willie West lost the ball 25 yards out then held back Stuart Taylor. Shaun Carroll’s effort from the free kick was...

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  • Saturday 12th March - Huntly 1 Buckie Th 4

    Buckie Thistle came from a goal down to do the double over Huntly this season with a 4-1 win at Christie Park. Huntly got themselves in front after a combination of errors from the visitors lead to an opener. Greg Sim’s goal kick was missed by Shaun Carroll and went out for a throw-in on the left flank. Blair Johnston got the ball back from the throw and his deep cross into the back post was missed by the opposing defence as Adam McNamee prodded in his second of the season. With just over...

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  • Sat 28th Mar – Lossiemouth 1 Buckie 2

    Buckie Thistle won their fourth away match in a row in dramatic style by defeating Lossiemouth thanks to a last-minute winner by Chris Angus Goals from Liam Baxter and Angus secured a 2-1 victory for the Jags, despite the Coasters opening the scoring courtesy of keeper Connor Hall. The game was played in front of a big, vocal crowd on a windy afternoon. Early on the first real chance fell to Willie Mathers whose shot went flying over the crossbar from close range.

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  • Sat 14th March - Inverurie Locos 1 Buckie Th. 2

    Buckie Thistle subjected Inverurie Locos to their second home defeat in four days as they earned a well deserved victory at Harlaw Park. First half goals from Kevin Fraser and Christopher Angus put the game beyond doubt for Buckie, with John Maitland scoring a late long range consolation. An early warning from former Locos man Andy Low set Buckie's tone for the match as he raced from the right flank to see his eventual effort skim over the crossbar. Inverurie were to respond minutes later,...

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  • Sat 8th Nov - Huntly 1 Buckie Th 0

    Huntly 1: Callum Dunbar (51) Buckie Thistle 0  A sensational Callum Dunbar volley saw Huntly end a run of seven games without a win with their first home league win over Buckie Thistle since March 2011. Huntly were missing midfielder Murray McCulloch while utility Alexander Thoirs was ruled out through a neck problem. Buckie had a lengthy absentee list with Christopher Hegarty, Donald Munro, Stephen Gauld and Graeme Stewart all calling off while there was a return to Christie Park for Andrzej...

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  • Fraserburgh win first silverware of the season

    Fraserburgh 3 Buckie Thistle 2 This was never going to be one for the faint-hearted and so it proved with an 86th minute Peter-Alexander Bruce goal doing the business as Fraserburgh edged out Buckie Thistle to win the 2014 Evening Express Aberdeenshire Cup final.On a Kynoch Park surface which looked very heavy after soaking up a lot of heavy rain overnight, both sides were going top have to play it clever tactically.

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  • Vale fall to pieces against Buckie

    Deveronvale 0 Buckie Thistle 4The song Falling To Pieces by David Guetta was played pre-match which pretty much summed up Deveronvale’s display as they were crushed 4-0 by their local rivals Buckie Thistle on a cold Wednesday night. There was an impressive turnout for this exciting Banffshire Derby. However Vale were missing many key players such as Liam Forbes and John Urquhart. Early on in this encounter, both sides battled for every ball showing the physical side of this match. The first...

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  • All level in battle of the Jags

    Buckie Thistle 2 Strathspey Thistle 2 Strathspey did well to secure a 2-2 draw in their match against the home side Buckie Thistle.

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