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Loch Ness Football Club confirm they are leaving Inverness and moving to Fortrose


By Will Clark

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North Caledonian League football club Loch Ness have confirmed they are leaving Inverness and moving to Fortrose.

Loch Ness are moving to Fortrose.
Loch Ness are moving to Fortrose.

The club confirmed they are relocating to Ross-shire after leaving Canal Park in Inverness where they played their debut season in the 2020/21 campaign.

The club will play their first home match at King George V Park in Fortrose against St Duthus on Saturday, September 25.

The club said in their statement they were unable to secure a ground in Inverness, but will play their next match in the city at Bught Park this Saturday against Orkney.

Loch Ness are second in the North Caledonian League winning both matches so far.


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