Scottish Cup: Winners 1939, 1955, 1958. Runners-up 1910, 1912, 1949
Scottish League: Second Division Champions 1904-05, 1951-52, 1956-57, 1961-62, 1972-73, 1977-78, 1981-82, 1992-93, 1999-00
Challenge Cup: Runners-up 2006
Record victory: 11-1 v Cowdenbeath (6th October 1951)
Record attendance: 48,000 v Rangers (10th February 1912, at Shawfield Stadium); 8,000 v Celtic (8th January 2006, at Broadwood Stadium)
Most capped player: Tommy Ring (12, Scotland)
Most league appearances: Brian Ahern (420, 1971-81 / 1983-87)
Most goals in a season: Bill Boyd (32, 1932-33)
Chairman: John Alexander
Vice Chairman: John Taylor
Secretary: Gordon Thomson
Directors: David Dishon, David MacPherson, Gordon Nisbet
For further information on the board of directors, see the Board section.
Administration: Lynn Calder
General Manager: Robert Hannah
Club Chaplain: John McKinnon
Manager: Barry Ferguson
Assistant Manager: Robert Malcolm
Coach: Mark Roberts
Goalkeeping Coach: James Low
Head of Medical Services: Imran Alam
Doctor: Dr Gordon MacDonald
Dentist: David MacPherson
Sports Scientist: Sunnan Shah
Kit: Margaret Gray, Calum Wood, Iain Hamilton
For further information on the playing staff, see the Staff page.
Coach: Pat Keogh
For more information on the club’s Under-20 team, see the Under-20s page.
Head of Community Development: Douglas Morton
Cumbernauld School of Football Organiser: George McMillan
For a full list of Community Football staff in Cumbernauld, see the Community section.
Glasgow Southside School of Football Organiser: Stephen Muckalt
For a full list of Community Football staff in Glasgow Southside, see the Southside section.
Editor: Graham Forrest
Reporter: Andrew Clark
Historians: Alan Henderson, Gordon Sydney
Video Technician: Andrew Muir
Club Photographer: James Turnbull
Matchday Pictures: James Turnbull, Adam Oliver, Ian Buchan (ESI), SNS, others as credited
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Editor: John Taylor
Clyde's renowned matchday programme has been awarded Divisional Programme of the Year since 1991-1992 and Scottish Programme of the Year since 1995-1996.
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