The history of Nairn County

Nairn15022 October ~ A book marking the centenary of Nairn County has been released. The History of Nairn County FC: 100 Years in the Highland League traces the origins of football in the town of Nairn in the north of Scotland all the way through to the modern day successes of Nairn County, who play in the fifth tier of Scottish football. All proceeds from sales will go to the Nairn County Supporters Ground Improvements Fund, a fan-lead fundraising group who are raising cash to replace the ageing standing enclosure at Station Park. Since the launch of the group at the start of 2013, over £60,000 has been raised. The book is available here.

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