Live at the Football Factory @ Legends, W 33rd b/w 5th and Broadway.
3pm KO @ Legends, W 33rd b/w 5th & Broadway. See you there!
Wednesday’s game will be shown live in the Football Factory at Legends, W 33rd b/w 5th and Broadway. 3pm KO.
Brooklyneers, it’ll also be on at your borough’s two Scottish pubs: Isle of Skye (Williamsburg, Driggs b/w N 9th and N 10th) and the recently-opened Duke of Montrose (Park Slope, 5th Avenue & Bergen St). I’m told Brooklyn is in the same time zone as Manhattan so that would also make it a 3pm KO.
Who remembers this? I know I do.
Other trivia nights just can’t compete!
“General Trivia with a Scottish tinge” on Thursday 1st August, 8.30pm at the Isle of Skye bar in Williamsburg (Driggs between N 9th and N 10th St).
Hosted by Morrison Bowmore. Prizes possibly whisky-tinged, too.
See you there.
A couple of weeks back the NYC Scotland team played in the 2013 Cosmos Copa, the first time they’d played in the prestigious tri-state “World Cup”.
Read why our central defender’s father thinks he’s a #fairy, why the French liked our entrance, and how we finished above the Auld Enemy…
Support the NYC Scotland soccer team this weekend as we embark on our first ever Cosmos Copa campaign…
We’re a good bunch of guys, we really do play attractive football, and we would love your support this Sunday (23rd) when we play in the group stage of the Cosmos Copa – New York’s World Cup.
The weather’s going to be sunny and you’ll enjoy it. See below for timetable and directions, as well as online options for following along.
Hope to see you there. Bring flags, wear the colours, and tell funny stories for the TV crew that’s filming us!
9am – meet at the Randalls Island footbridge (103rd & FDR) to get piped across the bridge and into the tournament
10.20am – NYC Scotland v NYC Gambia (All games are 50 minutes plus up to five minutes of injury time)
1.50pm – NYC Scotland v NYC England (If you can only make one match, make this one)
4pm – NYC Scotland v NYC Paraguay
6pm – win, lose, or draw (but especially if we win!) party at our sponsor bar, the Caledonia Scottish Pub (2nd Av b/w 83rd & 84th)
HOW TO GET TO RANDALLS ISLAND
– 6 train to 103rd Street, walk along 102nd to the FDR, cross the bridge and follow the road along the south side of the island. Approx. 20 minute walk.
– drive or taxi from 125 St – go through the Triboro/RFK toll, bear right, take the Randalls Island exit, turn right at the T junction and we’ll be on your right
– M35 bus from 125 St
– from Queens – best to drive or take a car service
IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT, FOLLOW US ONLINE
Malcolm “Malky” Anderson is our other player/coach. If you ever see a guy in a luminous pink shirt suing a policeman in court, that’s probably our man Malky.
Malky’s profile is sponsored by the Caledonia Scottish Pub – an authentic Scottish experience on the Upper East Side and where the NYC Scotland squad will be this Sunday evening after the tournament!
How old are you? 31
Where did you grow up? Edinburgh, Scotland
Who was your favourite player as a boy? I always had a penchant for the steady no-frills goalkeeping of Rene Higuita. I always tried to model my game, and hair, on the Colombian shot-stopper.
Who’s your favourite player now? Hearts legend, Ruuuddddiiii Skacel – scored in his last game for the JT’s in a 5-1 victory over Hibs in the Scottish Cup Final. Just in case any Hibs fans missed that, it was 5-1, yes 5-1.
What do you do for a living? I sue cops
Which team(s) do you support? Heart of Midlothian FC, the great bastion of financial prudence.
Scotland will win Cosmos Copa 2013. Who will come second? Do San Marino have a team?
Which well-known player do you think you’re most like? As a goalkeeper, I think I most resemble the Dutch forward Robin Van Persie.
Ronaldo or Messi? Messi
What’s your favourite Scottish band? The Corries
What’s the last book you read? Shoot Annual 1987/88 [Ed: Glad to see our coaching staff is keeping up to date with the evolution of modern soccer tactics.]
What’s your favourite drink? Chilled pint of beer