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Dumbreck Football Club were a 19th-century football club based in Glasgow that were one of the original 16 teams to participate in the inaugural season of the Scottish Cup. They were one of the eight founder members of the Scottish Football Association. Dumbreck played in blue shirts with white shorts, and played in Ibroxhill. Dumbreck participated in Scottish Cup tournaments between 1873–74 and 1877–78, reaching the quarter-finals on one occasion. They dissolved in 1879. Dumbreck were the opposition for Queen's Park on 25 October 1873 for the first match played at the first Hampden Park.

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  • Dumbreck Football Club were a 19th-century football club based in Glasgow that were one of the original 16 teams to participate in the inaugural season of the Scottish Cup. They were one of the eight founder members of the Scottish Football Association. Dumbreck played in blue shirts with white shorts, and played in Ibroxhill. Dumbreck participated in Scottish Cup tournaments between 1873–74 and 1877–78, reaching the quarter-finals on one occasion. They dissolved in 1879. Dumbreck were the opposition for Queen's Park on 25 October 1873 for the first match played at the first Hampden Park.
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  • Dumbreck Football Club were a 19th-century football club based in Glasgow that were one of the original 16 teams to participate in the inaugural season of the Scottish Cup. They were one of the eight founder members of the Scottish Football Association. Dumbreck played in blue shirts with white shorts, and played in Ibroxhill. Dumbreck participated in Scottish Cup tournaments between 1873–74 and 1877–78, reaching the quarter-finals on one occasion. They dissolved in 1879. During its relatively short time, Dumbreck provided Scotland with one of its early internationalists, Alex McGeoch, who represented Scotland on four occasions. Dumbreck were the opposition for Queen's Park on 25 October 1873 for the first match played at the first Hampden Park.
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