|Home colours:||Royal Blue / Royal Blue / Royal Blue|
|Change colours:||Red / White / Red|
|Home ground:||Milton Park|
|Address:||Crathes, by Banchory, AB31 5QH|
|SFA Licence Award:||None|
Milton Park is on the south side of the main road that passes by Crathes Castle. Access is gained by turning towards Crathes Castle then following the track as it doubles back and passes beneath the main road.
|Nearest Railway Station:||Stonehaven (10 miles)|
Banchory St Ternan do not play in the village of Banchory, rather a few miles towards Aberdeen at Crathes. The pitch is basically just a fenced-off field with a pavilion, but is kept neat and tidy.
The club were formed in 1992 when two sides, Banchory Amateurs and St. Ternan Amateurs, amalgamated. After one season in the Aberdeenshire Amateur League, they successfully applied to be SJFA members. St. Ternan is the patron saint of the town.