For questions related to the Giffnock SC, please contact Jan.

Mobile : 0747 308 0800  Please contact between 9am and 5pm  Monday to Friday and 7pm and 8pm Monday to Thursday.  Please leave a message if no reply and Jan will get back to you as soon as she can.

Please ensure that you include your full contact details, name, year and month of birth for your son/daughter and we will respond to you as quickly as we can.


All players who join us should complete the secured link below:


Saturday Academy (P1 – P7) – see also Academy Page

These classes take place every Saturday at Eastwood Park during the school term.

Saturday –  Mini Kickers/P1 8.45am – 9.45am, P2/P3 9.45am until 10.45am P4/P5 10.45am – 11.45pm, P6/Jane Ross Girls  11.45pm – 12.45pm, P7  & Super 7s 12.45pm – 1.45pm

These classes are targeted at those players who are in not in one of our teams.  There are waiting lists for all our classes at the moment.

Super 7s (S1 – S4)

This is similar to our Saturday Academy but is aimed at older players. This takes place every Saturday at Eastwood Park from 12.45pm until 1.45pm. see Super 7s page for more information.

Mini Kickers (age 3/4)

Our Mini Kickers class is on a Saturday morning from 8.45am – 9.45 am at Eastwood Park.  

Youth Football

We run boy’s and youth teams from P2 to u19s, Places for children of primary age are normally reserved for children who start with our Academy. We operate around 20 11-a-side teams from S1 and above. These are made up of players from players who were with us at primary age but we also welcome players from out with the club for trials.

Girl’s Football – see also Girls Section page

Girls joining the club at P1 can join our Jane Ross class on a  Saturday morning from 11.45am until 12.45pm. From P4, the club runs separate sessions for girls (see the Girls Section page for full details). Girls from P4 and above are welcome to remain at the Jane Ross class on a Saturday.

We run girls only teams from u10s to Women’s Team

Disability Football – see also Disability Section Page


The club are fortunate to have a fantastic Pan Disability team (aged 16+), Giffnock United. We are always looking for new players to expand our Adult section, You can get more information on

ASN Children

We have a number of children with additional support needs at our Saturday Academy. If you would like to know whether these are suitable for your child, please contact us on the above email.

Amateur Football

We now offer a complete pathway for male players and now have three adult amateur teams GSC Amateurs, GSC Amateurs Red and GSC Jordanhill AFC who both play in the Greater Glasgow AFL.  For further information, please contact us on the above email.

Club Policy Documents

All Giffnock SC documentation can be found here: –

Club Policy Documents

This covers registration, player protection, financial, policy documentation and complaints procedure.

 Page updated 23/11/22by Jan Airlie



  1. Hi my name is George fry. Cpl of questions. I’m looking to get my six year old involved in football. Never previously had time. And now it’s about time, i played for the gsc at amateur few years back. Formerly westerlands. And my uncle Ronnie fry is coach of one of your age groups. So just to see availability of space and if I could bring him along. He’s p2 now

    June / 2011

    Also I’m considering amateur football again. Was wondering if they are looking and who the management are.



  2. Hi there. My son is 15 and would like to join a club where he can learn techniques of being a goalkeeper.
    He’s been part of a team as a little boy but hasn’t played since he was around 7/8.
    Do you have anything for him?

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