Linlithgow Rose Community Football Club was formed in 1992 and has grown to be one of the largest youth football organisations in West Lothian. Founded as Bailielands FC, the club changed its name to be inclusive of the whole town. We exist to afford the youth of Linlithgow and the surrounding area the opportunity to play football within a Community based Club. Currently, with over 50 qualified coaches and a dedicated Goalkeeping School, the Club continues to develop and become an integral part of the local community. April 2012 saw Linlithgow Rose CFC awarded Community Level in both the SFA Quality Mark and West Lothian Councils Club Accreditation Scheme. With a membership base of c500 players, involved through, girls, soccer 4's, soccer 7's, 11-a-side, Amateur and Junior, dedicated goalkeeping school, and a Refereeing Programme - Linlithgow Rose Community Football Club deliver a pathway to all levels of Football.
We are a Scottish charity and the club's intentions are to provide a well run and managed community football club with all the appropriate policies, procedures and criteria in place to deliver fun, planned, and safe football-related activities.