JUNIOR HONOURS

Scottish Junior Cup Winners
1941-42
Scottish Junior Cup Runners-Up
2008-09
West of Scotland Cup Winners
1929-30, 1949-50
West of Scotland Cup Runners-Up
1938-39 1955-56
West Super League Division One Runners Up
2010-11
Central League Div 1 Runners Up
2006-07
Central League Div 2 Champions
2003-04
Central League Cup Winners
1932-33 1934-35, 2009-10, 2011-12, 2013-14
Sectional League Cup Winners
2013-14
Sectional League Cup Runners Up
2005-06
Intermediate Cup(Central League Cup) Winners
1929-30
Central League Champions
1934-35 1940-41 1941-42 1944-45 1949-50
Glasgow Dryburgh Cup
1929-1930, 1932-1933, 1934-1935
Pompey Cup Winners
1951-52, 1960-61
Evening Times Cup Winners
1934-35, 1940-41, 1941-42, 1944-45, 1949-50
Evening Times Cup Runners-up
(1942-43, 1948-49, 1952-53

SENIOR HONOURS (1965-2002)

SFL Division 1 Runners-Up
1976/77 & 1984/85
SFL Division 2 Champions
1975/76
SFL Division 2 Runners-Up
1997/98
Spring Cup Runners-Up
1975/76
Stirlingshire Cup Winners
1978/79 & 1979/80
Scottish FA Cup Semi-Finalists
1989/90

SENIOR CLUB RECORDS

Highest Attendance
14,900 v Hibs, Scottish Cup 10/2/1965.
Lowest Attendance
29 v E. Stirlingshire, 31/7/1999 (Match boycotted by supporters group).
Record Victory
8-1 v Arbroath, Division One, 3/1/1977.
Record Defeat
9-1 v Gala Fairydean, Scottish Cup, 15/9/1965.
Record signing
£50,000 paid to Clyde for Gerry McCabe (1981).
Record fee received
£175,000 paid by Airdrie for Owen Coyle (1989).
Most league goals in Season
29, by Ken Eadie 1990/91.
All-time highest scorer
Ken Eadie, 170 goals in 306 starts.
Most Games Played
Jim Fallon, 766 games.

CLYDEBANK’S “FIRSTS”
Clydebank FC’s former ground, Kilbowie Park, was one of the first all-seater grounds in Britain.

Clydebank were the first team to have played in all three divisions of the Scottish Football League (SFL).

In 1993 Clydebank signed the first football/pop-group sponsorship when the team were sponsored by Clydebank band Wet Wet Wet.