| Maryhill Football Club|
| The Hill|
Lochburn Road, Glasgow
| West of Scotland Super League First Division|
SJFA Central District First Division, 2nd (promoted)
Maryhill Football Club are an association football team based in the Maryhill area of Glasgow, Scotland. Members of the Scottish Junior Football Association, they currently play in the West Region, Central District First Division.
Formed in 1884 as a Junior club, Maryhill were beaten finalists in the second ever Scottish Junior Cup in 1887–88 and turned senior the following season. The club entered the Scottish Cup three years running from 1888 but never got further than the second round, suffering 9–3 and 7–2 defeats to Third Lanark and Linthouse respectively in 1889 and 1890. Maryhill eventually returned to the Junior ranks in 1894 with some success, reaching four national cup finals in eight years. The Hill also won a wartime final in 1940.
Postwar they were not one of the bigger Junior clubs, but investment from a wealthy backer, (current Hamilton Accies owner Ronnie MacDonald) in the 1990s brought a period of success.
The team plays at Lochburn Park, although there is talk of a proposed move to a new ground in the future. Club colours are red and black. The team have been managed since October 2016 by John Hughes.
Jimmy Speirs played one season at Maryhill, before joining Rangers and representing Scotland.
Tommy Burns Former Celtic and Scotland player began his playing career at Maryhill.
Jim Casey Former Celtic and Scotland under-21 international.
Jim Duffy Former player and manager for Dundee and Morton among others. Scottish PFA Players' Player of the Year 1984–85.
Alex Harley Scottish League top scorer in 1960–61 with 42 goals for Third Lanark.
Pat McCluskey Former Celtic player with six Scottish U-23 caps.
Danny McGrain Arguably Scotland's greatest ever full-back won 62 full caps and made 439 league appearances for Celtic between 1970 and 1987.
Davie Meiklejohn Former Rangers captain and Scotland international.
Paul Wilson Yet another former Celtic and Scotland player.
Winners: 1899–1900, 1939–40
Runners-up: 1887–88, 1900–01, 1901–02, 1906–07
West of Scotland Cup winners: 2000–01, 2003–04
Central League Premier Division champions: 1996–97, 1997–98
Glasgow Junior League champions: 1900–01, 1903–04, 1904–05
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