Welcome to the website of the Caledonian League.
Annual General Meeting
’Lochinch Police Club'
82 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow, G41 4SN. Glasgow at 7.15pm
Thursday 5 June 2014
President Gary Grahamslaw and Match Secretary Iain Cowden represented the League at Doune Castle's 60th Anniversary Sportmen's Dinner on 22 March.
On behalf of the Caledonian League, Gary presented Doune Secretary, Willie Docherty with a gift to mark this landmark milestone in the club's distinguished history.
The late Douglas Smith (Drumchapel Amateurs) Past President and founding father of the Caledonian League was inaugurated into the SFA Hall of Fame Thursday 20th February 2014.
The Caledonian League is proud of its rich history and reputation as one of Scottish Amateur Football’s most prestigious and successful organisations.
The principal aim of the Caledonian League is to promote the amateur game. We seek to achieve this by providing our member clubs with the administrative and playing framework, and the direction and support that will allow them to participate in a thriving, sporting and competitive environment.
All clubs in membership of the Caledonian League are well established. They have clearly demonstrated they are well run and committed to the principles of Fair Play and fellowship.
One essential criterion of membership is that clubs must have first class playing facilities, which may be grass, or the latest and well-maintained artificial surface.
The Caledonian League welcomes expressions of interest at any time from ambitious clubs with a proven record that is consistent with the values and principles of the League.
In the first instance, clubs should express their interest, in writing, to our League Secretary,
Mr Kenneth Lindsay, 35 Harris Close, Newton Mearns, Glasgow G77 6TU.
Telephone: 0141 639 3886