Ray McKinnon takes his side to Palmerston Park to face Queen of the South on Saturday afternoon in the Ladbrokes Championship. 


On Greenock Morton… 

“It was a stronger performance, I didn’t think there was anything between the teams and we had chances in the first half. It’s no coincidence that Prince Buaben was playing in that half. We were obviously disappointed to go down to ten men and give ourselves a mountain to climb, but overall there is positives to take – we probably deserved more out of the game.”

“We have been making far too many mistakes that are costing us, but we need to work hard to eradicate that and hopefully take our chances when they come.”

On the upcoming fixtures… 

“We need to really stick together as a club. All the players, the fans, the staff, we have got to try and ride this out and do the best we can until January until we can enhance the squad. I think anybody can beat anyone in this league. Ross County look really strong, but everybody else look like they can take points off each other, we need to start doing that.”

On Prince Buaben…

“Prince did really well in the first half last week, he’s got to a level of fitness, but he’s not quite where we want him to be yet. He showed so much composure on the ball, but because he’s trained so hard he tweaked his groin and we couldn’t take any chances in the second half. I am hoping that he will be fit for Saturday, but it will be an ongoing steady process for him to get to full speed.”

On Queen of the South…

“It’ll be a really tough game, I wasn’t here when we last played Queens and they beat us 3-0 but I have watched the footage and we know how dangerous they can be. We need to make sure we are well organised and aware of their threats and make sure we are ready to combat them.”


Falkirk fans will occupy half of the BDS Digital Stand (formerly known as the Rosefield Salvage Stand) and will require to purchase a ticket from the booth outside the turnstiles before entering.

Prices are:
£18 Adults
£10 Concessions (Over 65’s, 16 – 21 year olds, full time students) – Proof of entitlement must be shown
£5 Under 16’s – Proof may be required

Accessibility pricing:
Accessible Adult £8
Accessible Concession £5
Accessible Under 16 £3
All with a free care attendant if required
Proof of both accessible status and requirement for a care attendant will be required.

Falkirk fans are invited to use the cafe at the Queen of the South Arena and the bar located under the Main Stand pre match. 


If traveling to Palmerston from Falkirk, follow the below guide:

  1. Come off the M74 at J15 (Moffat) and follow the A701 to Dumfries
  2. On entering Dumfries, follow this road through one mini-roundabout to the large roundabout on the A75
  3. Turn right onto the A75 (Dumfries Bypass)
  4. At the next roundabout take the second exit – signposted “Dumfries A76”
  5. Go straight across the first mini roundabout.
  6. At the next roundabout turn right onto Lochfield Road
  7. Follow this road round to the next mini roundabout which is the entrance to the car park, on the left

Parking is available to all at the Queen of the South Arena. If traveling by train, there is a direct line from Glasgow Central to Dumfries. It takes around 20 minutes to walk from Dumfries Train Station to Palmerston, alternatively a taxi journey is around 5 minutes.


Falkirk Supporters Associaton: 

York Square Grangemouth –  10:30hrs

Buzz Bingo-Gala/Main Road – 10:45hrs

Colonial Bar                      –   11:00hrs

Carronshore                     –  11:05hrs

Elliots FSC: Bus will leave the pub at 10:15am on Saturday.

Junior Bairns: All those signed up are asked to meet at The Falkirk Stadium at noon, bus departs 12:15pm.