BURNS DAY HOSPITALITY – CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA

Celebrate the life and work of Scotland’s most celebrated poet at the Falkirk Stadium with our annual Burns Day hospitality! Join us for our Burns themed hospitality on the 26th January 2019 as we take on Inverness Caledonian Thistle. After the optional stadium tour, you will be welcomed into the Brockville lounge by club legend Alex…

CHRISTMAS VISITS 2018

The Bairns were out on the road today spreading festive cheer as the players took part in our annual Forth Valley Royal Hospital visit before heading to Kinnaird Manor Care Home.  Ray McKinnon, Darren Taylor and the first team squad arrived at the hospital’s children’s ward armed with gifts as each young person received a…

CLUB STATEMENT

Falkirk FC is extremely surprised and disappointed by the SPFL Sub Committee’s decision regarding Rules D9 & D10 in relation to the employment of our current football management team. We have yet to receive full written explanations as to how this decision was reached and have requested these be shared with us as a matter of…

FALKIRK 0-0 GREENOCK MORTON – MATCH REPORT

Falkirk were held to a draw as they battled the elements against Morton Rain and sleet battered the players and pitch throughout this tightly fought Scottish Championship encounter. The first half was one of few chances, with both teams desperate not to lose the vital first goal as well as fighting the conditions. The only…

FALKIRK v GREENOCK MORTON – MATCH PREVIEW

The Bairns welcome Greenock Morton to The Falkirk Stadium tomorrow afternoon (Saturday) for a crucial match in the Ladbrokes Championship. Ray McKinnon’s men have a chance to jump to 8th in the table with a victory and are looking to continue an unbeaten league run that now stretches to four matches.  Saturday’s match kicks off at 3:00pm…

REPORT: FALKIRK 2-2 ALLOA ATHLETIC

Falkirk couldn’t hold on to an early lead as Alloa Athletic fought back to draw 2-2 at The Falkirk Stadium.  It was a quick start for The Bairns as they opened the scoring after only 6 minutes. Tommy Robson made a terrific run down the line from his own half and his cross was met…