Montrose Youth FC


Does your child want to play competitive football for Montrose Youth FC?

We are committed to trying to ensure that every child that wishes to play, has the opportunity to do so.

We currently have teams at the following age groups:

2009 Boys
2008 Boys 
2007 Boys
2006 Boys
2005 Boys
2004 Boys 
2003 Boys
2002 Boys
2001 Boys 
2000 Boys

2006/2007 Girls
2004/2005 Girls
2002/2003 Girls
2000/2001 Girls

When a team reaches its threshold for the number of players it can sign (with this being the case with a number of the above teams), we operate a waiting list system. When we then reach a suitable number of interested players at a particular age group, we can then consider launching additional teams, but this can only happen with the support of parent volunteers.

So, if you have a child that is keen to play, and is not currently registered with a team, email us via with his/her details.

We would also be delighted to hear from you if you are able and willing to assist as a volunteer coach, assistant coach, team secretary, team first aider etc. These positions are subject to volunteers satisfying the requirements of the PVG Scheme and additional training may be required depending on the role.

Our Player Pathway starts at a younger age than our team structure suggests. We are proud to be able to provide an opportunity for ALL ages (18 months old to 70 years old +) and abilities to participate in weekly recreational and developmental football however, whether they are registered with a club or not, through our relationship with Links Park Community Trust. Visit their page for more information on their extensive range of programmes.



Montrose Youth FC and Links Park Community Trust (LPCT) have come together with an ambition for the betterment of kids football in the Angus town.

Receiving national acclaim, the historic collaboration will see the youth football club become a member of the community trust, working closely together to improve the quality of coaching, provide enhanced facilities and increase funding potential to benefit not just today’s players, but future generations as well.

Montrose Youth Football Club currently have 14 boys and girls teams and are Angus Club Excellence Accredited to Gold level. The Scottish Youth FA affiliated club also have a Scottish FA Standard Quality Mark which they aim to improve to Legacy Status with the help of this partnership.

Club Chairman, Lee Walker said, “We are excited about the prospect of working with an established charity that shares our goals and vision for youth football locally. LPCT bring experience and knowledge that will support us and our members greatly in further developing our football operations and improving the coaching standard we can offer, as well as assistance in areas of funding which will enable us to realise our plans for improved facilities.

As the independent charitable arm of Montrose Football Club, LPCT delivers an extensive range of innovative programmes in the areas in sport, education and health. They engage weekly with hundreds of youngsters and as well as being former Angus Council Partnership Recognition EXCELLENCE AWARD Winners, they are also members of the European Football for Development Network.

Trust Chief Executive, Peter Davidson, said, “Montrose Youth FC are a very professional, progressive organisation, and I am delighted that through their membership of LPCT we will now be able to direct some of our resources, both physical and financial, to support their continued growth.”

This forward thinking approach has already been recognised through the sports national governing body, the Scottish Football Association.

East Region Manager, Kevin Lee said, “Our aim within the Scottish FA is to support clubs so they can offer football for all and for life. This collaborative approach is a flagship club model which will help deliver this vision. This partnership between a professional club, a club trust and a Quality Mark club is a shining example of football coming together to benefit their community and the sport.”

The addition of Montrose Youth will see the reach of the trust increase from over 1,100 participants each and every week, to almost 1,400 (over 10% of the local population) with an age range of 1 year to 84 years of age.

Our photo shows (from L to R) Peter Davidson, Kevin Lee and Lee Walker with some of the younger members of Montrose Youth who will benefit most from this new partnership over the coming years.

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