|01 Oct 22||Inverurie Loco ||-|| Brechin City|
|05 Oct 22||Nairn County ||-|| Inverurie Loco|
|08 Oct 22||Wick Academy ||-|| Inverurie Loco|
|15 Oct 22||Inverurie Loco ||-|| Huntly|
|22 Oct 22||Inverurie Loco ||-|| Lossiemouth|
|24 Sep 22||Strathspey Thistle|| ||2 - 2|| ||Inverurie Loco|
|17 Sep 22||Hill of|| ||3 - 1|| ||Inverurie Loco|
|03 Sep 22||Fraserburgh|| ||1 - 2|| ||Inverurie Loco|
|27 Aug 22||Inverurie Loco|| ||0 - 4|| ||Buckie Thistle|
|24 Aug 22||Deveronvale|| ||0 - 3|| ||Inverurie Loco|
Inverurie Loco Works Football Club are a part-time senior professional football club from Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, who currently play in the Scottish Highland Football League (SHFL).
The club was founded in 1903 by workmen from the Great North of Scotland Railway (GNSR) who had their Locomotive, and Carriage and Wagon Workshops in Inverurie, hence from where the football club got its name. On National Railway Company 'Grouping' in 1923, the GNSR became part of the London & North Eastern Railway, one of the UK's big four railway companies at that time, and the football club lived on. The Locomotive Workshops themselves were formally closed in 1970 on the forming of British Rail Engineering Limited (BREL), a wholly owned subsidiary of the British Railways Board at that time.
Despite the closure, Inverurie Loco Works F.C. continued to play. Having competed in the Aberdeenshire and North East Junior Leagues for many years, they became a senior club in 2001 when their application to join the SHFL was successful.
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