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The club was founded in 1975 and is the oldest Sunday amateur club in Scotland. It attained its name from the fact that most of the players and officials were DC Thomson workers based in Bank Street Dundee.The original idea came from Ally Penman and Colly Bearn who asked John Brown to become manager.
The team entered the second division of Dundee Sunday welfare, gaining promotion in the first season also a cup final losing 6-5 to the then Sidlaw then the next season winning the first cup at Fairfield Park. More
the people behind the club
Committee & Chairman
Dave Macdonald Senior
Dave has been with the club for over 20 years and he deserves the phrase " Mr Bank Street"
Dave as chairman has seen the club grow from a Sunday Welfare outfit to the heady heights of MAFA Premier Champions.
Dave is very highly respected within the club as well as by all others in Amateur football circles, it is also fair to say he is One of the nicest people you will ever meet.
Dave's love of " The Bankies" has steered the club through the Good and the not so Good times and yes he is quite simply " Mr Bank Street".
Dave Macdonald Junior
Dave officially joined the club Two years ago but in reality has been here the same length of time as his dad, following and supporting the club.
Dave has been an inspiration to us all at the club and taking on the mantle of transforming our off the field activities by attracting new sponsors, updating our changing facilities etc.
Dave's drive and Ambition for the club means the club will be in safe hands for years to come.
Paul Marr (Manager)
Paul took over the club from Jim Long in 2005 after playing for the club he quickly stamped his own mark on the club winning the league title for the club after a 4 year wait. Also winning the welfare cup making him the only BANKIES manager to do so ended a 30 year wait took the club to the Scottish cup final suffering last min heartache losing too Finnart. Moving too sat football Paul lead the club to 4 league titles and also created history in being the only 2nd division club too win the Bremen cup in Dundee.
Kevin Kelly (Assistant Manager)
Kev has played a big part in the history of the club as a player and now as assistant manager Kev was a top goal getter for the club scoring in the Scottish cup final also winning everything in Sunday football with the club we all hope now he can continue this into management.
Jimmy the fish is another who has played a huge part in the clubs history as a player and as a committee man off the park keeping the club alive putting in tireless amount off work over the last 10 year knows the club inside out and continues in the same manor.
Gareth bleeds BANKSTREET and has done so much for the club on and off the park has enjoyed one off the clubs most successful periods another guy who without the club struggles nothing is ever too much for Gareth who is now an experienced campaigner.
JIM is another who lead the club too it's most successful period as assistant manager and even when at another club continued with fantastic sponsorship backing. Jim is now back with the club he loves, the club again is going in the correct direction. JIM brings a wealth of experience to the club on hand 24/7 has helped us steady the ship again since coming on board.
Midlands Amature Football Association
To objectives of the Association shall be the regulation of a League or Leagues and any other competitions and to foster and develop the game of amateur association football. More
Be the very best you can be
If you are involved at club or team who have ambitions to be bigger, better and stronger then the Quality Mark Award Scheme is for you. It is designed to support and recognise the work of clubs and teams who have a desire to be the very best they can be. More
The Players - The Driving Force...
Profiles still to come this week so check back soon...