Tollcross United F.C.

Tollcross United F.C. were a football club who played in the East of Scotland Football League. Formed in 1971, they played in Edinburgh at the Fernieside Recreation Ground and wore red strips (uniforms) with white arms (similar in style to the Arsenal F.C. strip). In 2005 they merged with Tynecastle Boys Club to become Tynecastle.

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