Nairn County is a special club. Established in 1914, with history in the town going back to the 1880s, The Wee County is a focal point of the town and play an active role in helping the community.

Playing in the Highland League, the club has a rich history with ambitions to reach the top of the league once again.

Well-renowned players like Eric Black, John McGinlay, Steve ‘Pele’ Paterson, Davy Johnston and David Hannah have all played in Nairn colours, while a number of former players currently play in the SPFL.

Our Values

We are Brave

In a league of 18 clubs, we aim to stand out from the crowd and approach things differently.

We are Community Driven

We look to strengthen our role at the heart of the community, by doing the right thing. We want to do good things for the people of Nairn.

We are Proud

Proud of our town.

Proud of our history.

Proud of what we are doing as a club and the direction we are going in.