Seafield became the first Ardrossan team to play a competitive match when it met Ayr in the Ayrshire Cup on 18 October 1879.
Seafield's 3-3 home draw
with Barkip on 18 March 1882 was its last reported game for over seven
years. The Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald of 28 June 1889 made a reference
to Seafield's bankruptcy. On 30 November 1889, Seafield resumed playing
with a 5-1 away victory over Ardeer and played several games till January
1892. After a gap of nearly three years, Ardrossan Seafield played again
in late 1894, its last reported match being a 5-1 away defeat to Stevenston
Thistle on 1 December 1894. The Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald of 7 December
1894 indicated that Seafield was 'taking steps to secure a field' but
this did not materialise.
On 6 February 1892, a new team, Ardrossan Seafield Strollers, played its first reported game. On 24 September 1898, another new team, Ardrossan Seafield Athletic played its only reported match. There is uncertainty over any link among the three Seafield clubs.