1876 CLUB WINNERS: SEPTEMBER

Congratulations to our 1876 Club winners for the month of September: 1st Prize: Michael Dickins             No. 38 2nd Prize: James K B Miller           No.80 3rd Prize: Colin Wilson                  No. 75 4th Prize: Thomas Young             No. 78

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WALK TO WESTFIELD RETURNS!

Our Walk to Westfield initiative returns on Saturday as we take on Peterhead at The Falkirk Stadium. Walk to Westfield is a project for Falkirk fans to meet up before home games while staying fit. Fans will meet in Costa Coffee in the Howgate Shopping Centre, where they will receive a free drink, before setting…

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ASHLEE’S APPEAL

We today welcomed Falkirk 13-year-old Ashlee Easton, who has been fighting high-risk neuroblastoma and is trying to raise money to pay for a vaccine treatment in New York that aims to keep the cancer from returning. First diagnosed at age six with the life-threatening condition, Ashlee relapsed for the second time in November 2018 in…

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RAITH ROVERS 2-2 FALKIRK

The Bairns earned a point in a top of the table clash against Raith Rovers Falkirk started the team the better game, dominating the first half. It took only two minutes for The Bairns to take the lead through Louis Longridge. Charlie Telfer’s close-range shot was superbly saved by McGurn, which then came back to…

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STADIUM ANNOUNCERS UNITE FOR GOOD CAUSE

Falkirk FC Stadium Announcer, Dave Mac recently met up with his colleague at Middlesbrough FC,  Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Mark Page who has for many years had business interests in the Far East and combines his business trips with charity work on his travels. Ahead of Mark’s return to the Philippines later this month,…

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SANDY WATSON: FUNERAL DETAILS

We were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of former commentator of club matches on Radio Royal, Sandy Watson.  Sandy was a well liked and respected regular in the press box at both Brockville and The Falkirk Stadium. We have been asked to share Sandy’s funeral arrangements which are as follows: Polmont Old Parish…

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SHOW RACISM THE RED CARD 2019

Falkirk FC is proudly supporting Show Racism the Red Cards Fortnight of Action. Many of you will have seen the campaign within football for many years, the, SPFL and its member clubs have been supporting the campaign since it started in Scotland 16 years ago. In addition to increasing the awareness of SRtRC’s work in…

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FISH AND CHIPS HOSPITALITY

Join us in hospitality on the 19th of October as we take on Peterhead! For the visit of the Aberdeenshire side we will be serving a delicious meal of fish and chips before the game. As well as your fish and chips, you will also receive: VIP Parking Behind the Scenes Tour of The Falkirk…

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FALKIRK 0-0 EAST FIFE

It was a frustrating game for The Bairns after a goalless game against East Fife. The visitors had the first big chance of the game after six minutes when Scott Agnew fired a thunderous shot from distance that was spectacularly saved by Cammy Bell. Falkirk answered with a series of opportunities of their own. Louis…

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AUTISM ALL-STARS CHARITY MATCH

An Autism All-Star charity match in aid of Scottish Autism is being held at the Falkirk Stadium on Sunday. The game has been organised by Stephen Manson after his 5-year-old son was diagnosed as being on the spectrum last year. Stephen, who played for Falkirk between the ages of 17 and 20, has recruited both…

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LOOK FOR A BOOK

To celebrate Falkirk Storytelling Festival, we’re joining in with Look for a Book in partnership with Falkirk Delivers, The Howgate Centre, The Works Falkirk, Waterstones Falkirk and Forth Valley College. We have hidden a variety of books for all ages in the stadium for tomorrow’s game against East Fife. Each book pack includes a book,…

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