Briggs Marine Logo- Main Sponsor

Main Sponsor: Briggs Marine

Announcement

Club Statement

More Details
  • Burntisland Shipyard 3-1 Dalkeith Thistle

    Shippy advance to next round of League Cup. The Shipyard eased into the second round of the League Cup with a comfortable victory over Dalkeith Thistle at Recreation Park on Saturday. Following this victory, the Shippy can look forward to a visit from Stirling University EOS in the next round. Only the concession of a late consolation goal put a ...

  • Craigroyston 2-6 Burntisland Shipyard

    Brown scores hat-trick for dominant Shipyard. The Shipyard hit lowly Craigroyston for six at St Mark’s Park on Saturday with top scorer Reece Brown helping himself to hat-trick in the process. It was a depleted Shippy squad that made the short trip over the bridge with the Anthony brothers at a “stag party”, Ross Lennie Injured and Benn Hutchison still ...

  • MATCH POSTPONED

    Tomorrow’s match against Dalkeith Thistle has been postponed due to the Recreation Park pitch being deemed unplayable.

  • Hawick Royal Albert United 2-2 Burntisland Shipyard

    Late collapse denies Shippy all three points A host of missed chances and some frustrating refereeing decisions saw the Shipyard throw away what seemed an unassailable 2-0 lead with only a couple of minutes left on the clock. It really should have been three points in the bag and back up the road. Despite the horrendous weather conditions on the ...

  • FIXTURE CHANGE

    Due to Peebles’ Whitestone Park being flooded and other contributing factors, we will now be playing Hawick Royal Albert United on Saturday (15/02/2020) at Netherdale, Galashiels. Note the kick-off time is 4pm. The bus will be leaving the park at 1pm and 1.15pm at Halbeath Park & Ride. Please check the Club Facebook or ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 5-1 Tweedmouth Rangers

    First half goal blitz blow’s over Tweedmouth. A storming first half performance from the Shippy blew Tweedmouth Rangers away, meaning the match was more or less over at the interval with the home team 5-0 ahead. Five goals from five different scorers pleased manager Stuart Innes but he was left scratching his head at some of ...

  • Burntisland Shipyard 3-0 Dunipace

    Shippy dump Dunipace in dominant performance. The Shipyard produced a performance that was long overdue as they swept aside promotion chasing Dunipace with relative ease at Recreation Park on Saturday. The main difference from previous matches was that the defence looked solid, giving the whole team the confidence that had been lacking in recent weeks and with that came the desired ...

  • Edinburgh United 3-3 Burntisland Shipyard

    Late Strang counter earns Shippy a point. A late strike from substitute Sandy Strang earned the Shipyard a well-deserved point in a six-goal thriller at Paties Road Stadium on Saturday, however, there was still disappointment in the Shippy camp as they really should have left with all three points. Once again poor defending was the source ...