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Inverness C

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Established
1994 (24 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Manager
John Robertson

Stadium/Home
Caledonian Stadium
(7,800 Capacity)

Jersey Clearart


Location
Inverness

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League
Scottish Championship

Last Edit
smudgie: 29/Dec/17
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Upcoming Events
22 Sep 2018 Ross County   -  Inverness C Global Energy Stadium @ 2:00pm
29 Sep 2018 Inverness C   -  Queen of South Caledonian Stadium @ 2:00pm
06 Oct 2018 Inverness C   -  Morton Caledonian Stadium @ 2:00pm
20 Oct 2018 Dundee United   -  Inverness C Tannadice Park @ 2:00pm
27 Oct 2018 Alloa   -  Inverness C Recreation Park @ 2:00pm

Latest Results
15 Sep 2018 Inverness C  3 - 2  Partick Caledonian Stadium
01 Sep 2018 Dunfermline  0 - 3  Inverness C East End Park
25 Aug 2018 Inverness C  2 - 2  Alloa Caledonian Stadium
11 Aug 2018 Inverness C  0 - 0  Ayr Caledonian Stadium
04 Aug 2018 Falkirk  0 - 1  Inverness C Falkirk Stadium

Description

Inverness Caledonian Thistle Football Club (also known as Caley Thistle, ICT, The Caley Jags or Inverness CT) are a football club from Inverness, Scotland who compete in the Scottish Premiership. They are currently managed by John Hughes and his assistant, Brian Rice.

Caledonian Thistle F.C. were formed in August 1994 by the merger of Caledonian and Inverness Thistle, both members of the Highland Football League. The new club was formed with a view to applying for one of the two vacancies in the Scottish Football League, created when the league restructured in 1994 to four divisions of ten teams each. They were successful and were elected to the Scottish Third Division along with Highland derby rivals Ross County. The club's name was amended to Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C. in 1996 at the request of Inverness District Council. The council had contributed £900,000 towards the development of Caledonian Stadium, now known for sponsorship reasons as the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium. The stadium is situated beside the Moray Firth, in the shadow of the Kessock Bridge. Its construction was promised in their election to the Scottish Football League. The former ground of Caledonian, Telford Street, was used until the new stadium was complete.
Inverness CT were relegated to the Scottish Championship on the final day of the 2016–17 season, despite recording a 3–2 victory over Motherwell.

Team Members

Curtis Allen

Dean Brill

Jason Brown

Joe Chalmers

Jay Cheyne

Ryan Christie

Matthew Cooper

Daniel Devine

Aaron Doran

Nick Draper

Ross Draper

Ryan Esson

Adam Evans

Calum Ferguson

Ritchie Foran

Joe Gorman

Ben Greenhalgh

Daniel Hoban

Lewis Horner

Calum Howarth

Cameron Mackay

Billy McKay

Kevin McNaughton

Josh Meekings

George Oakley

Conor Pepper

Liam Polworth

David Raven

Nick Ross

Ibra Sekajja

Graeme Shinnie

Alisdair Sutherland

Carl Tremarco

James Vincent

Stadium or Home

The Caledonian Stadium, currently known as the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is an association football stadium situated in the Longman area of Inverness, Scotland. The stadium plays host to the home matches of Scottish Premiership team Inverness Caledonian Thistle.

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