FALKIRK 0-2 MORTON

It was a disappointing defeat for Falkirk in the penultimate home game of the season against Greenock Morton It was an end to end first half, with chances falling to both teams. Reece Lyon fired wide from inside the box for the visitor’s best chance after 12 minutes. Falkirk produced opportunities as well, with Buchanan…

RAY McKINNON’S PRE-MATCH THOUGHTS

The Bairns boss spoke with the press earlier this week ahead of tomorrow’s crunch match against Greenock Morton. On the relegation battle… “We’ve been saying for a while it’s probably going to go to the end of the season, there’s a bottom five or six that will be feeling the same as us going into…

OWNERSHIP AND INVESTMENT UPDATE

Following various reports online, we wish to take the opportunity to update our supporters on exactly where we are in terms of fan ownership and further investment into the club. The final draft Fan Ownership Proposal was presented to the Board of Directors on 28th March. Conversation is currently ongoing at board level and with the…

SPECSAVERS FAMILY FUN ZONE

Our partners at Specsavers are joining us on Saturday for an afternoon of family fun ahead of our fixture v Greenock Morton FC. The Specsavers Family Funzone takes place in the concourse of the Benny T’s Family Stand and on Level 1 in the Main Stand from 2:00pm on Saturday. We’ll have all of the…

RESERVES: FALKIRK 3-0 QUEEN OF THE SOUTH

The Bairns continued on their impressive SPFL Reserve League run with a 3-0 victory over Queen of the South at The Falkirk Stadium.  Both sides fielded sides with first team experience, but it was Falkirk who controlled most of this one as they put in a professional performance to come out on top. Graeme McArthur’s…

PRICES SLASHED FOR MORTON FIXTURE

Admission prices have been slashed for Saturday’s crucial Ladbrokes Championship match against Greenock Morton FC. After weeks of incredible backing home and away another huge turnout is expected at The Falkirk Stadium this weekend. In all areas of all stands prices have been reduced to just £10.00 for adults and £5.00 for concessions. Children under…

REPORT: DUNFERMLINE ATHLETIC 0-1 FALKIRK

The Bairns sealed a huge derby day victory at East End Park with Davis Keillor-Dunn’s second half goal proving the difference between the sides.  Ray McKinnon made two changes to his starting XI as Mark Waddington and Ian McShane were replaced by Aaron Jarvis and Ross MacLean. Zak Rudden had an early effort on goal…

RAY McKINNON PREVIEWS DERBY FIXTURE

The Bairns make the journey to East End Park tomorrow afternoon for a crucial Ladbrokes Championship fixture. The Falkirk boss sat down with the media earlier this week to preview the match…  On tomorrow’s derby match… “They’re all special, it’s a big derby and a tough game. We’re really looking forward to it though. We…

DUNFERMLINE ATHLETIC v FALKIRK – MATCHDAY INFO

The Bairns travel to East End Park on Saturday to take on Dunfermline Athletic in the Ladbrokes Championship. Kick off is at 3:00pm with turnstiles open from 2:00pm. ADMISSION INFO Advance sale of tickets for this match is currently taking place. The Club Shop is open from 09:00 – 13:00 on Saturday. We have been…

JUNIOR BAIRNS DAY – EASTER 2019

A huge thank you to everyone that came along to this afternoon’s Junior Bairns Day at The Falkirk Stadium. We hope you all had a great time and enjoyed the coaching with our players and management team. A special thanks to Sarah Scott and her committee who make events like this afternoon’s possible. See all…

RESERVES: HEARTS 1-3 FALKIRK

A superb second half showing from the Bairns secured a fine victory in the capital as Falkirk ran out 3-1 winners over Hearts at The Oriam.  Both sides had familiar faces in their starting line-ups with Falkirk including the likes of Kidd, Robson, Brough, Keillor-Dunn, MacLean & Lavery, whilst Hearts fielded a side including Andy Irving, Callumn…

REPORT: FALKIRK 1-2 ALLOA ATHLETIC

The Bairns were hit by a late sucker punch from Jordan Kirkpatrick as Alloa Athletic ran out 2-1 winners at The Falkirk Stadium. Jordan McGhee had an early chance for Ray McKinnon’s men as headed just over the bar with three minutes on the clock. Zak Rudden was next to go close as he forced…