THROWBACK THURSDAY: THE END OF AN ERA

THE END OF AN ERA – APRIL 1959 Some days will live long in the memory. Cup Finals, high-scoring encounters, devastating disappointments- are all part of being a Falkirk fan. Those who were there at Brockville on Saturday April 18th, 1959 will never forget the day when they saw the team lose their place in…

CLUB STATEMENT

The Falkirk FC board is in unanimous agreement that we cannot support the SPFL resolution in its current form. We do draw some comfort from the SPFL’s desire to consult with clubs over league reconstruction for next season – something which Falkirk FC has long advocated – but the warm words in the statement do…

50/50 DRAW RESULT

To add to the Falkirk TV matchday experience we launched a 50/50 matchday draw as part of our ‘as live’ experience. A huge thank you to everyone who purchased 50/50 tickets this afternoon, an incredible £2000 worth bought in total! In true matchday style, here is Announcer Dave Mac to announce the winner with a…

FARID EL ALAGUI: A SPECIAL SEASON

This week’s feature interview is with former Falkirk striker Farid El Alagui. Farid joined the club ahead of the 2011/12 season, not long after the club’s relegation from the Scottish Premier League. His route to the club was a very unusual one, with a lot of luck required in his signing by Steven Pressley from…

THROWBACK THURSDAY: OH, WHAT A NIGHT

Some may remember the Four Seasons hit song-December 1963, which contained the lyrics, “Oh, what a night, Late December back in ’63, What a very special time for me As I remember , what a night   Change December ’63 for August ’94 and you could have a tribute to one of the greatest wins…

AN UPDATE FROM THE CHAIRMAN

Hi Everyone These have been tough times for all of us and it’s fair to say that none of us have known a situation like this. I want to give you an update on the football club, but first I’d like to pay tribute to the many members of staff within the NHS, social care,…

CAPTAIN’S PACK CHARITY AUCTION

Update: Congratulations to 12 year old Robbie Yates and his Dad Derek Yates who won our Captain’s Pack auction. All the proceeds will be donated to Falkirk and Central Scotland Samaritans and Falkirk Foodbank.    To mark his birthday, Club Captain Gregor Buchanan has kindly donated a Captain’s Pack to help raise money for two causes…

WILL VAULKS: THE STORY SO FAR

In the first of several longer features with Falkirk Bairns past and present we spoke to Will Vaulks. The Cardiff star looked back on his time playing in Scotland and reflected on his career since heading back South of the border. Will began his career at Tranmere Rovers. Despite being highly rated as a youngster…

THROWBACK THURSDAY: THREE GAMES IN FOUR DAYS

In our second Throwback Thursday feature, Club Historian, Michael White looks back at an extraordinary week in 1957 when the Bairns won the Scottish Cup and played three games in four days… Falkirk was still suffering a collective hangover after the incredible scenes of Wednesday April 24th, 1957 when the Scottish Cup was paraded through…

SUPPORTING OUR FALKIRK FAMILY

Our Chairman, Gary Deans spoke yesterday about our Falkirk family and our commitment to supporting those within it. When we said that, we meant it. We realise that that there are many people who need our support and we are ready to give it. Not only that, but so do our sponsors and partners and…

THROWBACK THURSDAY: 1939

Our Club Historian, Michael White reflects on the current title race and it’s similarities to September 1939 in the first of our special #ThrowbackThursday features… Falkirk fans who were at our last home game against Peterhead on Saturday March 7th felt pretty sure that the League One title chase was very much alive. Falkirk are…

AN UPDATE FROM THE CHAIRMAN

I am conscious that many of you will be keen to hear what is happening at the Club at this really difficult time. We have used the phrase the Falkirk family many times before, but we know during these most difficult of times that the true meaning of this will really shine through. First and foremost, we must follow the health…