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  • Oakley United 3-2 Burntisland Shipyard

    Better performance but another defeat. The Shipyard’s wretched start to the season continued on Saturday as they went down 3-2 to Oakley United at Blairwood Park. There were some positive signs in the performance, particularly in the second half as the Shippy dominated for the most part and almost got the equaliser their play deserved. However, ...

  • Shippy complete double loan signing.

    Kelty youngsters join Shipyard on loan. The Club is delighted to announce the signing of Jay Bridgeford and Tyler McKenzie on temporary loan deals from Kelty Hearts. The youngsters are coming to Recreation Park until the end of the year to gain some first team experience, having recently signed their first professional contracts with the ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 2-4 Newburgh Juniors

    Shippy capitulate after fine start. This was a complete Jekyll and Hyde performance from the Shipyard as they dominated early on, took a deserved lead, only to crumble on the half hour mark when both teams were reduced to ten men after an altercation in the middle of the park. Newburgh were unfazed by the loss ...

  • Donate a Ticket Campaign

    Bottle of Shipyard Ale Offer. Due to the on going Covid 19 restrictions whereby spectators are still not permitted to attend matches the club has decided to ask those fans who took up the offer, to collect their bottle of Shipyard Ale. As was the offer at the time, producing three donation receipts will entitle each ...

  • Heriot Watt University 2-0 Burntisland Shipyard

    Disappointing start to league campaign. The first league match of the season for the Shipyard ended in disappointment as they succumbed to Heriot Watt University losing 2-0 to the students at the Oriam. Despite praise from the Heriot Watt camp as to how well the Shippy played, there was more a feeling of disappointment in the ...

  • Football back at last.

    Shippy kick-off league campaign with a trip to the Oriam to face Heriot Watt University. The East of Scotland League will kick off on Saturday (10/10/2020) with the Shipyard making the short journey across the bridge to face Heriot Watt University at the Oriam. The long-awaited return to football is, unfortunately, not straight forward as many ...

  • Hill of Beath Hawthorn 5-2 Burntisland Shipyard

    Shippy punished for defensive lapses. It’s stating the bleeding obvious to say that if you don’t take your chances and gift the opposition goals then you are going to lose, sometimes heavily, and that was certainly the case for the Shippy at Keirs Park on Saturday. Manager Stuart Innes cut a frustrated figure on the sidelines ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 3-3 Sauchie Juniors Community FC

    Shippy season finally underway. The Shippy commenced their pre-season build up in unusual circumstances, with a Covid enforced closed doors friendly against Sauchie Juniors Community FC. There were Shipyard debuts for Scott Costello, Raymond Crichton and a return home for Shaun Keatings following a few seasons away. When the dust has settled a 3-3 draw was ...