There was very little formal football in Ardrossan in 1894. Ardrossan Seafield played its first game since 1892 then closed.
MONTGOMERIE SWIFTS 0 - ARDROSSAN VIOLETS
On Tuesday evening (3 April 1894), the Montgomerie Swifts and the Violets met and engaged in a hard fight for supremacy. Victory fell to the lot of the Violets by three goals to none.
Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald, 6 April 1894
The Montgomerie Swifts may have been an Ardrossan team but there is no evidence.
ARDROSSAN SELECT TO PLAY SALTCOATS VICTORIA SECOND ELEVEN
On Monday evening (28 May 1894), I understand the Saltcoats Victoria's second string will try conclusions with a select team from Ardrossan at Brewery Park, Saltcoats.
Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald, 25 May 1894
There was no report on this game in the following week's Herald.
PLAYING FOOTBALL ON THE STREETS OF ARDROSSAN
At Monday's (25 June 1894) Burgh Court, before Provost Young and Bailies Anderson and McCarroll, four boys were charged with playing football on the streets. They pleaded guilty. The parents were present. Provost Young severely admonished both parents and boys and imposed a fine of two shillings and sixpence in each case.
Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald, 29 June 1894
LARGS THISTLE 3 - ARDROSSAN SEAFIELD 3
The ground was in bad condition owing to the heavy rains. In the first half of the game, which was one of two thirty-fives, Largs scored a point while, in the second half, the Seafield lads settled down to their work in a more determined fashion and registered three goals. The Thistle added another two and the game ended in a draw, three goals each.
Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald, 16 November 1894
This was Ardrossan Seafield's first reported game for nearly three years.
STEVENSTON THISTLE 5 - ARDROSSAN SEAFIELD 1
The second Steventon Thistle engaged the Ardrossan Seafield in a friendly at Warner Park, Stevenston, on Saturday (1 December 1894). The Thistle retired winners by five goals to one. We understand the Ardrossan lads are taking steps to secure a field.
Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald, 7 December 1894
This was Ardrossan Seafield's last reported game.