Milton Rovers have recently received the Scottish Football Associations Quality Mark Community Award. Having worked hard over recent years to gain this top level award the club was presented with the award at an official opening ceremony.

The official opening ceremony of Milton Rovers Youth Football Club took place on Saturday 30th October 2010 at Burn Road synthetic sports pitches in Carluke by Cabinet Secretary for Justice Kenny MacAskill MSP.  
Also attending were Louis Munn JP - Deputy Lord Lieutenant for Lanarkshire, Alan MacNab - Implementation Project Manager for the SFA, John Brown – Scottish FA South West Region Club Development Manager, Kate Matthews - Facilities Project Manager for SportScotland, several local elected members, club sponsors, committee members and young players.

Club Chairman David Lannigan, Secretary Dougie Denholm and funding expert Ian McKnight, along with the rest of the hard working committee, have worked tirelessly to develop the club over recent years and their efforts are there for all to see.

The Award, part of the Quality Mark Accreditation Scheme run by the Scottish FA in partnership with McDonald’s, recognises proactive clubs working to increase youth and community participation.

For further information on the Scottish FA Quality Mark programme, please visit or call John Brown