Thornton Hibs F.C.

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Thornton Hibs
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Full nameThornton Hibs Football Club
Nickname(s)The Hibs
Founded1935
GroundMemorial Park
Capacity1500
ChairmanMike McCool
ManagerCraig Gilbert
League East of Scotland League Second Division
2022–23 East of Scotland League Second Division, 6th of 17

Thornton Hibs Football Club are a Scottish football club based in Thornton, Fife. Their home ground is Memorial Park and the team colours are green and white. They most recently (abandoned 2019–20 season) played in the Junior East Region Super League.

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The Scottish Junior Football Association restructured prior to the 2006–07 season, and Hibs found themselves in the 12-team East Region, Central Division. They finished ninth in their first season in the division.

In May 2020, the club confirmed they had successfully applied to join the East of Scotland Football League within the senior pyramid. [1]

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