MATCH REPORT: COVE RANGERS 2-0 FALKIRK

The Bairns were defeated in today’s top of the table clash against Cove Rangers. The hosts started the half with more of the ball, but Falkirk got the best chance in the first ten minutes. Aidan Keena’s snapshot after the ball came at him quickly was just wide of the target. Cove continued to threaten,…

TTRR AND FFC CONTINUE PARTNERSHIP

We are delighted to be continuing our long-standing partnership with Falkirk Council’s Take The Right Route Team. This will be the sixth year of a successful partnership that has included innovative initiatives such as the Kelpies to Kick of community walks, school competitions and stadium sponsorship. They have also been Falkirk FC sock sponsors since…

IAN FERGUS TO LEAD NEW DEVELOPMENT SQUAD

Falkirk Football Club is delighted to announce it has taken the latest step in its plan to create a new youth and talent development squad with the appointment of experienced youth coach Ian Fergus. The new squad, which will be established this summer, will have Fergus at the helm as Head Coach of the Development…

NEXT UP: COVE RANGERS

Next up for The Bairns is a top of the table clash with second place Cove Rangers!   Kick-off this Saturday is at 12pm, following yesterday’s SPFL announcement. HEAD-TO-HEAD The previous meeting between the two teams this season was at The Falkirk Stadium back in November. The teams went in goalless at the break, but…

FALKIRK F.C. FIVE-A-SIDE FAMILY FUN

This week we run the fourth  Bairns Family Quiz prepared by the Falkirk Football Heritage Trust -with  five questions for each generation of the family. Get your heads together, phone, Zoom or text to see if members of your family group can help.  CHILDREN How much do you know about the teams in Falkirk’s league?…

MATCH REPORT: FALKIRK 2-1 CLYDE

The Bairns bounced back from several disappointing results to get a much-needed victory against Clyde. Conor Sammon caused problems throughout the game, and the Irishman had his first chance in the first five minutes. A ball over the top fell to Sammon, but his lob over David Mitchell landed just wide of the post.  The…

DEREK MCWILLIAMS ON FALKIRK TV!

Ahead of tomorrow’s Scottish League One fixture versus Clyde, we are pleased to welcome fan’s favourite Derek McWilliams to Falkirk TV! ‘Gunner’ joined The Bairns in 1987, scoring nearly 50 goals in his 133 appearances for the club before leaving in 1991. He was a key part of the team that won the 1990/91 Scottish…

NEXT UP: CLYDE

Next up for Falkirk is a Scottish League One fixture against Clyde this weekend. Kick-off is on Saturday at 3.00pm HEAD-TO-HEAD Clyde proved a bogey team for The Bairns last season, winning all three encounters between the teams in the previous campaign.  This year has seen better results for The Bairns against the Bully Wee,…

CLUB VACANCY: TICKET OFFICE/RETAIL ASSISTANT

TICKET OFFICE / RETAIL ASSISTANT 3 MONTH FIXED TERM CONTRACT PART TIME  – MINIMUM OF 20 HOURS PER WEEK COMPETITIVE SALARY BASED ON EXPERIENCE   An exciting new opportunity has arisen at Falkirk Football Club within our Ticket Office and Club Shop. The successful candidate will deliver great customer service to Falkirk supporters purchasing Season…

NEXT UP: AIRDRIEONIANS

Next up for The Bairns is a return to league action as we take on Airdrieonians away from home. Kick-off is at 7.00pm at the Excelsior Stadium tomorrow night.   HEAD-TO-HEAD The Bairns have struggled against tomorrow’s hosts since being relegated to League One. Last season’s meetings saw two draws and a win for the…

MATCH REPORT: CELTIC 3-0 FALKIRK

Despite a resolute first half performance Falkirk were defeated by three goals at Celtic Park. The Bairns defended well in the first half, with the hosts being reduced to efforts from range for most of the opening period. Leigh Griffiths should have scored from eight yards out and Turnbull’s free kick went just over in…

ONE YEAR OF 50/50!

One year ago, Falkirk Football Club began our Virtual 50/50 draw as a unique way to generate funds for the club in the first lockdown, while also giving something back to the supporters. Since then, nearly £120,000 has been raised, with the proceeds going towards helping both the club and our community. One lucky fan…