The Sunday Central team are presently sitting in third position in the league. They continue their campaign this weekend with a home game against Calderside at Toryglen. Kick off is at 16.00.
Congratualtions to our West of Scotland team who ran out 4 – 0 winners against Helensburgh on Saturday – an absolutely excellent result!
Both our other two teams, the ladies and the Sunday Central team, had their games postponed due to adverse weather conditions.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the introduction of our Third Lanark Ladies football team. Pictured below are Lauren Hunter in the black strip and our captain Linda O’Donnell in the red strip.
The team will be playing in the Scottish Womens Football League Division 2 West, with the season starting in March.
Third Lanark A.F.C. exists to provide sporting facilities and activities for all in Glasgow Southside. The club is run on a voluntary basis and operate with an ‘Open Door Policy’ in relation to membership regardless of race, religion, disability or gender. The club intends to operate as a professional football club at Junior level within the next few years.
We believe it is the responsibility of those in charge to care for and develop the participants involved to the best of their individual abilities by creating an environment in which they are safe and receive the best possible coaching. Fair play, mutual understanding and cross community aspects play an important role in the ethos of the club. The Committee and coaches after being vetted by the club are made aware of our ethos and Child Protection Policy.
Everyone at the club should be totally conversant with and abide by :
1. All club protection policies
2. The club Constitution and Rules
3. All Scottish Youth F A Protection Policies
4. The Scottish Youth F A Constitution and Rules
5. The Scottish Amateur Association Constitution and Rules
We are committed to reviewing our policy and what constitutes good practice at regular intervals.