Uphall Diamonds F.C.

Current Uphall Diamonds Football Club Crest & Logo

The Uphall Diamonds F.C. was founded in 2004 when Craig and Gloria Morrice, along with local Referee Derek Smith decided that the community should have their own team.

Starting with 1 team at under 13`s level the team entered the Forth Valley League and stayed there for two seasons before moving back to it`s roots in the West Lothian League. The club now has many playing teams, from soccer sevens up to Under 17`s.

In 2008, to pool resources, the Diamonds went into partnership with other local sports groups, Broxburn Athletic FC, Buchan Bowling Club and Broxburn Colts to form Broxburn United Sports Club.

The club's crest displays a football on a yellow diamond background reflecting the club's name. It also features the club's name on a light blue background.

Uphall, the club's hometown is a small town located 1.75 miles (2km) west of Broxburn and 13 miles (21km) west of Edinburgh, on the Brox Burn. Uphall was formerly known as Strathbrock, "the valley of badgers" and was a centre for shale-mining and paraffin production.

Thanks to Craig Morrice, Secretary at Uphall Diamonds F.C. for the above crest and information.


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Uphall Diamonds F.C.

  • Club location:
    Scotland
  • Club colours:
    Gold, White & Black
  • Club formed:
    2004
  • Crest created:
    2004
  • Stadium:
    King George V
  • Website:
    Uphall Diamonds F.C.
  • Page added:
    3 Oct 2008
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  • Ownership of the crest(s) on this page belongs to Uphall Diamonds Football Club

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