Musselburgh Windsor FC, 60 years on....
We are celebrating our 60th year and marking this milestone with some celebrations, click here for more details. One of the events coming up is an exhibition at Musselburgh Museum and we are appealing to anyone who has any Windsor memorabilia to get in touch. (Old strips, Medals, Photos, Documents etc)
20th Mar – 26th Apr
Thursday – Saturday only
65 High Street,
Club Presentation Day
Sat 31st May
North High Street,
Sunday 25th May
Welcome to the website for Musselburgh Windsor FC
Musselburgh Windsor Football Club was established in 1953 and are one of the oldest youth football clubs in Scotland.
We provide football coaching and matches for over 400 people, boys, girls and adults, on a weekly basis.
This new Website has been designed to keep everyone informed about the Club, we hope you find it useful. If you have any queries or comments please use the Contact Form.
We have a new section which highlights some of the benefits of being part of Musselburgh Windsor. Our Current offers can be viewed by clicking on 'WINDSOR DISCOUNT CLUB' on header.
article posted 12/02/14
Windsor u16s march on into Semi Finals of Scottish Cup
Musselburgh Windsor u16s secured their passage into the semi finals of the Scottish Cup with a 2-1 Home win against Mill United Colts. The Semi Final is to be played against Rossvale FC Thistle - Venue and date TBC. The other semi final will be contested between Fernieside and Hutchison Vale. A full match review is available from the excellent youth football scotland website of by clicking >>HERE<< .
U16s Road to Airdrie so far....
1st Rd Vs Peebles (A) 1-0
2nd Rd Vs Easthouses (H) 6-0
3rd Rd Vs Peterhead (A) 5-0
4th Rd Vs Monifeith (A) 2-1
5th Rd Vs West Park United (A) 4-2
1/4 Final Vs Mill United (H) 2-1
article posted 4/2/14
MUSSELBURGH WINDSOR FC ACHIEVE SFA QUALITY MARK AT COMMUNITY CLUB LEVEL, CLICK SFA LOGO FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Community Award for Musselburgh Windsor FC
Pictured is David Drummond, SFA South East regional manager with Stuart Turnbull (left) Quality Mark co-ordinator for Musselburgh Windsor FC and club president Scott Robertson (centre).
The 1975 lounge at Easter Road stadium was the setting for the Scottish Football Association’s 2014 Quality Mark awards ceremony. Organised by the David Sheldon of the governing body’s regional office, the awards are the culmination of months of work by youth football clubs who must evidence that their club has the structure and organisation to operate effectively as well as attaining the required coaching standards. Clubs must also demonstrate they have all the necessary procedures and processes in place.
Clubs from across Edinburgh, Scottish Borders, East, West and Midlothian were in attendance with local councils, Sportscotland and sponsors MacDoanld’s all represented. The event held prior to the Hibernian match against St. Mirren saw Windsor collect the second highest honour– Community Award. Windsor club co-ordinator Stuart Turnbull said ‘It has taken months to prepare our submission. The sheer size of the club made our application challenging to meet all the criteria across all our age groups and teams, we are perhaps a victim of our own success.’
The only other East Lothian club to attain the Community level was Dunbar United Colts. East Lothian Council’s team of the year Longniddry Villa FC collected the Standard Award with Andrew Gordon on hand to receive the award.
Edinburgh clubs featured with Leith Athletic FC, Salvesen CFC, Boroughmuir Thistle FC and Currie Star all being awarded.
Following a short video prepared by Youth Football Scotland, SFA Director of Football Jim Fleeting presented the awards and paid tribute to the clubs for their dedication. He said ‘You provide the opportunity for our young players to play football and go on and achieve. Please continue to look after them’.
Following the presentations the audience were treated to entertainment from after dinner speaker Peter Brown before Hibs manager Terry Butcher appeared with just 25 minutes before kick-off to praise the coaches for their commitment to youth football.
article posted 04/02/14
It is with great sadness that we learn of the sudden death of Jamie Skinner one of Tynecastles' u14 players. Jamie Collapsed during a game today at Saughton enclosure
It is with great sadness that we learn of the sudden death of David Paul one of Hibernian FC u20 players. David passed away in the early hours of this morning at his home in edinburgh.
Our thoughts and best wishes are with the both players families, friends and team mates.
article posted 22/12/13