Blantyre Victoria F.C.

Blantyre Victoria Football Club, also known as Blantyre Vics,[1] are a Scottish association football club based in the town of Blantyre, South Lanarkshire. Nicknamed the Vics, they were formed in 1890 and play at KG Stadium (traditionally Castle Park)[2] where their record attendance is 6,000. They currently compete in the West of Scotland Football League. They shared a healthy rivalry with Blantyre Celtic who played nearby at Craighead Park,[3] until Celtic were dissolved in 1992. The team are managed since June 2016 by former Alloa and Stirling Albion midfielder John Gibson.[4]

Blantyre Victoria
Full nameBlantyre Victoria Football Club
Nickname(s)The Vics, The Tory
Founded1889
GroundKG Stadium (Castle Park)
Blantyre, South Lanarkshire
Capacity2,500
ManagerJohn Gibson
LeagueWest of Scotland League Premier Division
2020–21West of Scotland League Premier Division (season abandoned)