Monday 9th February 2015 saw Tullibody Community FC receive an exciting visit from the Scottish FA's Chief Executive, Stewart Regan.

Tullibody Community FC received the Scottish FA's Legacy Award through the Quality Mark initiative. This is the highest level of award a community football club can receive and Tullibody Community FC are the first to attain it within Clackmannanshire and one of only 20 throughout the whole of Scotland.

This is a fantastic achievement for any football club to receive and Stewart wanted to witness and congratulate first hand the work that Tullibody Community FC do for the local community on a day to day basis.

Club Development Officer for Tullibody Community FC, Davy Reynolds said: "It was great for Stewart Regan and the Scottish FA Central Region to come out and see what we offer.

"The club has progressed each year from the growth in our youth membership, the number of girls playing the game and all the other additional programmes we run. That is all testament to the hard work put in by our dedicated volunteers who all share the same vision to continually develop well-rounded confident and disciplined team-players who have strong decision-making skills and excellent technical ability."

The Quality Mark Legacy award is awarded to clubs who demonstrate high standards in their clubs development from the players, coaches, facilities and administration.

Tullibody Community FC have pathways available from children to adult football, both for males and females, aswell as a PAN Disability Club, a Mini Cougars class for 3-5 year olds, Futsal classes and School Holiday Camps to name but a few.