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Founded: 1910   Joined HFL: 1924
Ground: Kynoch Park   Telephone: 01542 882629
Record Att: 5,820 (4/2/28)   Fax: 01542 882631
Ground Capacity: 4000   Seating Capacity: 370
Contact Address: 
The Secretary, Keith F C Ltd., Kynoch Park, Balloch Road, Keith AB55 5EN
  Pitch Size: 110 x 75 yards
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Latest Fort News

  • Saturday 7th May - Fort William 0 Turriff 1

    Paul Young’s early strike gave Turriff victory in the final Highland League game of the season. The only goal of the match arrived in the seventh minute when Fort William failed to clear their lines and Young scored from eight yards out.   There was a lengthy delay during the first half as Aaron McKenna suffered a fractured cheekbone after being involved in a challenge with Richard Tawse and an ambulance took the Turriff midfielder to hospital.   Fort William conceded a penalty in the 34th minute...

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  • Saturday 30th April - Fort William 1 Fraserburgh 4

      Early strikes from Dean Cowie and Graham Johnston helped Fraserburgh to a comfortable win at Fort William.    The visitors took the lead in the 12th minute when Cameron Buchan’s corner from the right was bundled in at the front post by Dean Cowie.   Graham Johnston made it two just four minutes later, firing a loose ball past Robin Harvey after the home defence failed to clear their lines.   Goal number three arrived in the 68th minute, Richard Tawse giving the ball away and Paul Campbell taking...

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  • Wed 18th Nov - Locos 4-1 Fort William

    Inverurie Locos go into this weekend's big Pitmedden local derby sitting in fifth position in the table after an impressive win over lowly Fort William, who refused to throw the towel in despite playing second fiddle the whole game.   Kieran Adams came into the side for Stephen Jeffrey with Mark Souter going to right back. There was an early chance for Martin Bavidge when the ball came to him on his left side at the left side of the box. But the experienced No 10 hammered the ball just over the...

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  • Wed 22nd Apr - Rothes 0 Fort William 4

    Fort William travelled to sunny Mackessack Park for what was the only SHFL game of the evening.  This was Rothes’ last game of a turbulent season and they were rooted to the bottom with 11 points to show for their efforts.   A win would take them level on points with Strathspey, but with their goal difference being 21 worse off only a massive miracle score would stop The Speysiders finishing the season bottom of the pile.   Fort on the other hand would be guaranteed finishing no lower than 14th spot...

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  • Sat 14th Feb - Nairn 4 Fort William 0

    Les Fridge’s Nairn County ran out comfortable winners against a Fort William Side who they came up against 2 weeks ago in the Highland League Cup, with the same 4-0 outcome at Station Park in Nairn. It only took 5 minutes for Nairn to test the Fort William goalkeeper David Osborne, it came from a dangerous cross from Ross Naismith which Osborne palmed onto his crossbar, then denied Robbie Duncanson from the rebound.

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  • Sat 29th Nov - Huntly 0 Fort William 4

      Fort William secured their first win at Christie Park since April 2010 with a deserved four-nil win over Huntly.   Huntly went with the same squad which won at Lossiemouth last week while Fort William brought David Moffat, Callum Maclean and Gordon McCarroll into their starting eleven as they looked to build on wins over Buckie Thistle and Keith.   The visitors threatened after five minutes when Scott Davidson cut in front of his marker to fire towards goal but Fraser Hobday turned the shot around the...

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  • Locos get back to winning ways against Fort William

    Inverurie Loco Works 3 Fort William 0After losing to Brora and drawing with Nairn midweek, Inverurie triumphantly returned to winning ways at Harlaw Park as they swept Fort William aside by 3 goals to nil.A relatively quiet opening to the match saw neither side dominate as half chances came and went. In fact, it took a 20 yard half volley striking the cross bar from Locos makeshift centre back Gordon Forsyth on ten minutes to spark some interest from the crowd.

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  • Fort fight back to earn point

    Strathspey Th. 3 Fort William 3Strathspey took the lead 9 minutes in when Calum Murray played the ball down the inside right channel for Josh Peters, who fired the ball into top left-hand corner of the net.The Grantown Jags went 2-0 ahead on 37 minutes, Adam McLeod was brought down in the penalty area by Robin Harvey and got up to convert the spot-kick himself.Fort grabbed a lifeline right on half-time when Sean Grant curled home a superb free-kick from 25 yards.Half-time Strathspey Thistle 2 Fort...

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  • Fort William 1-4 Clachnacuddin | SHFL | Friday 16 May 2014

    Clachnacuddin sealed eleventh place in the Highland League, ending the season on a high note following last weekend's Breedon Aggregates Highland League Cup victory over Buckie Thistle. In doing so they had to see off the advances of a determined Fort side, whose young goalkeeper Robin Harvey was in inspired form throughout. Fort created the first chance of the match after two minutes, with Iain Maclellan's effort from 25 yards deflected into the hands of former Fort keeper John Campbell. Clach...

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  • Fort William 1-1 Wick Academy | SHFL | Saturday 3 May 2014

    Fort William and Wick Academy shared the points at Claggan Park, with a goal apiece exchanged each side of half-time. Fort had the first effort with just ten minutes played, as James Mackay's corner from the left was met by Iain MacLellan's near post header which drifted just past the post. Two minutes later, Fort's Willie Gemmell was lucky to stay on the park, when he was booked for pushing over Sam Mackay. On the quarter hour mark a corner by Wick's Richard Macadie eventually fell to feet of...

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