The EUAFC Easter Camp returns! Looking forward to the holidays!
The EUAFC Summer Camp returns! Looking forward to the Summer holidays!
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Disability Policy Edinburgh University AFC Home ground East Peffermill, 136 Peffermill Road, Edinburgh EH16 5LT EUAFC is committed to ensuring its disabled supporters and customers have as full an access as is reasonably possible to make to all goods, services and facilities provided or offered to the public by the Club. The Club operates a
At EUAFC we pride ourselves on our team spirit and the strong bonds we form with other members of our club. It is inevitable that the boys you train and play alongside several times a week become the people you know inside out. Whether it’s picking up on minor idiosyncrasies or providing detailed accounts of
First team legend, George Nikolaidis is leaving the club to undertake an environmental internship in India. The immensely talented and popular number 10 is well known for his creativity and invention on the pitch, regularly displaying skills few others are capable of. He played for the first team squad in two successful spells (2004-2008 and
Everyone at EUAFC would like to extend a huge congratulations to our Vice-Chairman, Professor Billy Whyte who has been awarded an CBE for services to Youth Justice in Scotland in the 2015 New Year Honours list. A Scottish University international and Edinburgh ‘Blue’, Billy was an exceptionally gifted wide player who represented the Club between
Weekly quiz courtesy of Vice Captain Graeme ‘Amo’ Armstrong.
You recently competed in your 200th 1st team match. Can you sum up what this achievement means to you? It is hard to put in to words to be honest. EUAFC is very close to my heart and it is a massive honour to become a small piece of the clubs long history as one
On sunday the 18th May EUAFC faced Whitehill Welfare in the King Cup Final at the Pennypit. Having beaten Edinburgh City and Hibernian FC in the semi and quarter finals respectively, Edinburgh University came out 1-0 winners in the final, maintaining their record of not conceding a goal throughout the whole competition. A competitive match