Pumpherston Jnrs

Pumpherston F.C. are a Scottish Junior football club based in Pumpherston, near Livingston, West Lothian. Their home ground is Recreation Park, with one of the largest pitches in Scottish football. Club colours are gold and black.


The original Pumpherston club was formed in 1896 and played through until 1977. Their greatest achievement was reaching the Scottish Junior Cup final in 1958, losing 2–0 at Hampden Park to Shotts Bon Accord in front of 33,000 spectators.[1] The current club were re-formed in 1990.


The SJFA restructured prior to the 2006–07 season, and Pumpherston found themselves in the fifteen-team East Region, South Division. They finished fourth in their first season in the division.

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Full name: Pumpherston Football Club

Nickname(s): Pumphy or Ston

Founded 1896 (Re-formed 1990)

Ground: Servoca Park (Recreation Park)

Drumshoreland Place


Chairman:Billy Rogers

Manager: Mattie Coulter

League SJFA East Region Premier League

2012–13 2nd

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