CLUB STATEMENT

Root and Branch Review of the Club – Margaret Lang steps down as Chairman Margaret Lang has stepped down as Chairman of Falkirk FC. Following a horrific season which saw the club relegated to League One, a full root and branch review of the board, management and governance of the club will be carried out. The…

PLAYER UPDATE

Discussions have been held with all of our first team players following last Saturday’s relegation to League One. We can confirm that Harry Burgoyne, William Edjenguele, Mark Waddington, Shayne Lavery, Aaron Jarvis, Zak Rudden and Davis Keillor Dunn have all returned to their parent clubs. Further to this, Leo Fasan, Patrick Brough, Lewis Kidd, Nikolay…

RESERVES IN ACTION ON MONDAY

The Bairns are in SPFL Reserve League on Monday afternoon for our final fixture of the season as Rangers visit. Kick off is at 2:00pm. Admission prices for this match are as follows: £5.00 adults  £2.00 concessions  FREE children under 12 FREE for ALL Falkirk FC Season Ticket Holders  Entry is via turnstiles 5 &…

FALKIRK 3-2 ROSS COUNTY

It was a spirited victory for The Bairns against the league leaders but results elsewhere went against Ray McKinnon’s men who are relegated to League One.  Falkirk controlled the majority of the first half, creating several chances and with Jarvis hitting the post before The Bairns got the crucial opener. Zak Rudden’s rebounded back off the…

RAY McKINNON’S PRE-MATCH THOUGHTS

Bairns boss Ray McKinnon spoke to the press earlier this week ahead of our crucial Scottish Championship fixture against Ross County as we head into the final game of the league season. On the game against County… “We’ll just go for it. It’ll be tough with the champions coming here. Our group are really motivated…

FALKIRK v ROSS COUNTY – MATCHDAY INFO

The Bairns welcome Ross County to The Falkirk Stadium on Saturday afternoon for our final Ladbrokes Championship fixture.  Tickets for this game can be purchased from The Club Shop or our TicketMaster site (https://falkirkfc.tickethour.co.uk) where you will be able to select the option to print at home and also save a mobile ticket to be…

FORMER PLAYERS VISIT STADIUM

Falkirk FC were yesterday delighted to invite a group of former players on a tour of the stadium. Gregor Abel, Stuart Rennie, Wilson Hoggan, Tom Mcleod, Stewart Wheatley, Jim Fowler, John Whiteford, David Whiteford, John Mitchell and John Perry visited the stadium along with Doug Prentice, son of Bairns manager John Prentice. George Gibson also…

CLEAN SWEEP FOR RUDDEN AT 2019 GALA AWARDS

It was a night to remember for Zak Rudden as he cleaned up at the 2019 Gala Awards in association with Webhelp.  The striker picked up Young Player of the Year, Players Player of the Year, Supporters Player of the Year and he also picked up Goal of the Season for his strike against Dunfermline…

DUNDEE UNITED 2-0 FALKIRK

The Bairns went down to a 2-0 defeat at Tannadice, but the fight for survival in the Ladbrokes Championship will go to the final day after results elsewhere went their way.  Ray McKinnon made three changes with William Edjenguele, Paul Paton and Nikolay Todorov replaced by Tommy Robson, Davis Keillor Dunn and Mark Waddington. After…

RAY McKINNON PRE DUNDEE UNITED

Ray McKinnon spoke to the press this week ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Tannadice as we play Dundee United in our penultimate Scottish Championship fixture of the season. On the match last Saturday… “I’m disappointed for the players, they’ve fought so hard and they are extremely disappointed, make no bones about it. For whatever reason…

DUNDEE UNITED TICKET INFO

The Bairns travel to Tannadice on Saturday afternoon to take on Dundee United in the Ladbrokes Championship.  We have 1,200 tickets to sell for this match. Prices are £20.00 adults & £10.00 concessions. Falkirk supporters will be housed in the West Stand (The Shed). Tickets for this fixture are on sale from The Club Shop…

RESERVES: ST JOHNSTONE 0-1 FALKIRK

A comfortable victory for the Bairns who ran out 1-0 winners over St Johnstone at McDiarmid Park.  Shayne Lavery’s second half strike was the difference between the teams, but in truth Falkirk will feel they should have been far more comfortable in the match. Lavery went closest in the first half as he took control…