Next up for The Bairns is East Fife as we welcome them to the Falkirk Stadium this Saturday.

Kick off is at 3pm, Saturday 2nd October.


Since the formation of East Fife in 1903, we have faced the Methil side competitively on 80 occasions. Across the course of these 80 fixtures, the record has been pretty even with The Bairns winning just 31 times, slightly edging East Fife who have 29 wins to their name.

Only one of those wins have come recently however as the Fife outfit had – prior to January this year – failed to register a win against Falkirk in 25 years. The last meeting between the two was to be the last game played before the second lockdown of the pandemic forced another break from football that lasted nearly three months. The frustrating match ended 2-1 to the home team, who scored either side of a Callumn Morrison goal to take all three points. 


Neither of the two sides go into this match on the back of a good run of form, with neither team managing to secure a win in their last three league games. 

East Fife have only registered a single league win since the start of the campaign, beating Peterhead at home by three goals to nil. Darren Young’s men have suffered some heavy defeats, conceding three to Airdrieonians, five to Dumbarton, and five to Cove Rangers in recent weeks. They currently sit bottom of the cinch League One table on four points.

The Bairns have suffered a significant dip in form recently and have gone without a win in the last five games in all competitions, a run of form that has seen them drop to sixth in the league standings, level with Alloa, Airdrieonians and Clyde with 11 points.

Some questionable decisions, injuries forcing off two important players and the woodwork getting in the way on a number of occasions made last Saturday’s trip to Links Park an extremely frustrating affair. Despite going two-nil down against the run of play, Paul Sheerin’s men managed to rescue a point thanks to a well taken free-kick from substitute Aidan Keena and a last gasp tap in by Michael Ruth in injury time.


Tickets are now available for this game and are priced as follows:

Main Prime:

  • Adult – £20
  • Conc – £18
  • U18 – £12
  • U12 – Free


  • Adult – £19
  • Conc – £12
  • U18 – £7
  • U12 – Free


  • Adult – £18
  • Conc – £11
  • U18 – £6
  • U12 – Free


  • Adult – £18
  • Concession – £11 (over 65/unemployed/ambulant disabled)
  • Under 18 – £6
  • Under 12 – Free
  • Teachers and education staff – Free

Continuing with our North Stand incentives, for this Saturday we will be offering free tickets to all Teachers and education staff. Just show your relevant education staff ID in the club shop to claim your free North Stand ticket.

Home fans can purchase tickets here.


Away fans can purchase tickets here.


Please note that two CASH ONLY pay at the gate turnstiles will be in operation this Saturday, both situated in the North Stand. One will be available for home fans and one for away fans.


This game will be available to watch on Falkirk TV Pay-Per-View.

PPV passes will be priced at £13 and can be purchased here.

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