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Formed: 1895
Home colours: Yellow / Black / Yellow
Change colours: Maroon / Maroon / Maroon
League: View current league table
Home ground: Castle Cary Park
Address: Park Crescent, Creetown, DG8 7BX
Record attendance:
SFA Licence Award: Entry Level
Location: Castle Cary Park is clearly visible from the A75. If approaching from the east, exit at the first Creetown junction and the entrance to the ground is immediately on the right. From the west, take the second exit for Creetown. Entrance to the ground is on the right.
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Nearest Railway Station: Stranraer (32 miles)
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Capacity: 500
Seats: 0
Cover: Yes
Floodlights: Yes
Playing surface: Grass
Social club: Yes
Notes: Castle Cary Park has a new log-cabin-style club building that was constructed in 2013. Further improvements have seen the erection of a fence enclosing the ground and a small covered area for supporters. Floodlights were added in 2020.
Originally a side called Barholm Rovers played in Creetown, and upon their disbanding in 1905, Creetown Rifle Volunteers took over their Barholm Park ground. They became Creetown FC in 1920.