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Inverness City

Home colours: White / Black / Black
Change colours: Red / Red / Red
Home ground: Lister Park
Address: Bught Park, Bught Drive, Inverness, IV3 5SP
Formed: 2006
SFA Licence Award: None
Street View:
Leave the A9 at the Longman Roundabout and follow the A82 through the centre of Inverness, crossing the river, until it becomes Glenurquhart Road. Take a left into Bught Drive. The shinty field will soon be visible. Lister Park sits between the shinty field and the River Ness.
Nearest Railway Station: Inverness (1 mile)
Public Transport:
Capacity: 1000
Seats: None
Cover: None
Floodlights: No
Playing surface: Grass
Social club:
The social club is at Maple Court, 12 Ness Walk, Inverness IV3 5SQ
Since joining the Juniors from the North Caledonian League in 2006, City have had a variety of homes that they have not always had first call on. They eventually secured a 5 year lease of ground at Bught Park in October 2012, adding fencing and utilities to form Lister Park. The ground is named in memory of Ian Lister, the club's former president and a former player at Aberdeen, Raith Rovers and Dunfermline Athletic. In February 2016, Highland Council refused to renew the lease meaning Inverness City will need to find a new home from October 2017 or be faced with disbandment.