Linlithgow Rose Community Football Club have scored success after being awarded legacy status by the Scottish Football Association.
This is the highest level of accreditation on the Scottish Football Association’s Quality Mark scheme and the club are one of just three in the south-east region to achieve this.
Club chairman Billy McAdam said: “We are delighted to receive this award. Legacy status shows we are more than just a football club and contribute to the local community on and off the pitch.
“The club now has more than 500 players. We are the biggest community football club in West Lothian and will continue to grow and develop.”