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Shetland FC are seeking a new manager.

Press Release

The Shetland Football Association has begun the process of appointing a successor to current Shetland manager Niall Bristow, who will be stepping down after this year’s Inter County match against Orkney on Saturday the 1st of August. 

 niall bristow


Niall is currently preparing his team for the Natwest Island Games in Jersey – with the team set to leave Shetland on 24th June.  The Association would like  to have a new coach ready to take over by that time, so as to provide continuity and stability prior to the end of the season, and allow training to be booked etc. It will also allow a lead in time for the new coach.


JOB DESCRIPTION: SFA Coach Job Description

APPLICATION FORM: SFA Select Coach Application


Applications can be downloaded from the Shetland Football website www..shetlandfootball.co.uk,   and e-mailed to irvineburgess@yahoo.co.uk:  or post to Irvine Burgess at 13 Clickimin Road, Lerwick, ZE1 0QX.  Applications need to be in by 7th June

Baroc win DITT Cup Final

Baroc 1 v Services 0

DITT Cup Final

Gilbertson Park

Saturday saw the first silverware of the works league season contested when the Emergency Services take on Baroc Revolution in the DITT cup final. This is a repeat of last years final which again ended with Baroc going home with the Cup after edging a narrow affair 1-0.  Craig Leslie’s strike proved to be the winner when he netted for Baroc around the 60 minute mark.

With both teams level on points at the top of the works league table, this makes for a promising and exciting league campaign for both.

Shetland County Squad Announced

The Shetland Senior County Squad has been announced, in the build up to the annual county fixture v Orkney which this year will take place in Kirkwall on Saturday the 12th of July.  The Shetland squad will be looking to carry on from a promising and hard earned victory in Shetland last year.

The squad is as follows;

Leighton Flaws (Capt.) (Delting)

James Aitken (Celtic)

Richard Arthur (Whalsay)

Joel Bradley (Celtic)

Iain Devonald (Delting)

James Farmer (Ness)

Duncan Fraser (Whitedale)

Shane Jamieson (Spurs)

James Johnston (Spurs)

Josie Kay (Spurs)

Calvin Leask (Thistle)

Paul Molloy (Spurs)

Erik Peterson (Ness)

Connor Regan (Celtic)

Robert Smith (Celtic)

Steven Umphray (Scalloway)

Jordan Webb (Spurs)