Sport / Soccer
/ Scottish League 2
| 21 Jan 22 ||Edinburgh City || - || Stenhousemuir|
| 22 Jan 22 ||Aberdeen || - || Edinburgh City|
| 29 Jan 22 ||Forfar || - || Edinburgh City|
| 05 Feb 22 ||Stranraer || - || Edinburgh City|
| 11 Feb 22 ||Edinburgh City || - || Stirling Albion|
| 15 Jan 22 ||Kelty Hearts || ||2 - 2 || ||Edinburgh City|
| 07 Jan 22 ||Edinburgh City || ||2 - 2 || ||Elgin City|
| 02 Jan 22 ||Edinburgh City || ||P - P || ||Albion Rovers|
| 22 Dec 21 ||Cowdenbeath || ||1 - 2 || ||Edinburgh City|
| 17 Dec 21 ||Edinburgh City || ||0 - 4 || ||Forfar|
Edinburgh City Football Club is a semi-professional senior Scottish football club which plays in Scottish League Two, the fourth tier of the Scottish Professional Football League. The club play at Ainslie Park in Edinburgh, while redevelopment work takes place at Meadowbank Stadium.Team Members
A club known as Edinburgh City was first formed in 1928. It participated in the Scottish Football League in the 1930s and 1940s, but went out of business in the 1950s. The present club adopted the Edinburgh City name in 1986. It applied to join the Scottish Football League in 2002 and 2008, but failed to win election. Edinburgh City became members of the new Lowland League in 2013. The club won the Lowland League championship in 2015 and 2016 and won promotion to the Scottish Professional Football League in 2016.
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Ainslie Park is a football stadium located in Edinburgh, Scotland, which is the home ground of Lowland Football League club Spartans. From the 2017–18 season, Scottish League Two club Edinburgh City will also play at the ground while Meadowbank Stadium is being redeveloped.
Spartans F.C. had previously played at City Park, in the Crewe Toll area of Edinburgh, until moving to Ainslie Park in November 2008.
In March 2017, Edinburgh City reached an agreement with Spartans to use Ainslie Park for three seasons while Meadowbank Stadium is being redeveloped.
Ainslie Park on Pilton Drive in north Edinburgh is the home ground of Spartans, part of their Community Football Academy. The new facility incorporates a fully enclosed stadium which meets SFA and SFL criteria, with an artificial pitch, floodlights, seating for 504 spectators and an overall capacity of 3,000. Another full size, floodlit artificial pitch sits adjacent to the main playing area and the accommodation incorporates six changing rooms, a club room, committee room and a physio room. The Club ground holds a PA system and a bar for spectators.
Waverley and Haymarket, the main railway stations in Edinburgh, are both approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) from the stadium.
The nearby Ferry Road is served by Lothian Buses route numbers 21 and 27. Services 19, 29, 37 & 47 also run within 0.5 miles (0.8 km) of the stadium. Fanart