Does Falkirk have plastic pitch?

Falkirk FC has appointed GreenFields to install an artificial pitch at the Falkirk Stadium. The installation started on the 25th June, after the Status Quo concert, and will be completed for a first home league game on 17th August.

Who owns Falkirk Stadium?

Falkirk Council
The Falkirk Community Stadium is operated and managed by Falkirk Community Stadium Ltd (FCSL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Falkirk Council, the Falkirk Stadium has become a focus for business people and the local community alike, as well as being the preferred local venue for a wide range of community and sporting …

What teams play at Falkirk Stadium?

Falkirk F.C.
East Stirlingshire F.C.
Falkirk Stadium/Teams

What is Falkirk Stadium called?

Falkirk StadiumFalkirk F.C. / Arena/StadiumThe Falkirk Community Stadium is a football stadium in Falkirk, central Scotland, which is the home ground of Scottish League One club Falkirk and Lowland Football League club East Stirlingshire. The stadium has a capacity of 7,937 and currently consists of three fully completed stands. Wikipedia

What is the population of Falkirk?

On 30 June 2020, the population of Falkirk was 160,560. This is a decrease of 0.2% from 160,890 in 2019. Over the same period, the population of Scotland increased by 0.0%. Falkirk had the 11th highest population in 2020, out of all 32 council areas in Scotland.

What happened to East Stirling?

East Stirlingshire were relegated to the Lowland League and their 61-year tenure in the Scottish national league set-up came to an end. The club moved to Falkirk Stadium at the start of the 2018 season, ground-sharing with Falkirk FC.

How much are killers tickets Falkirk?

Seating Plan

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Seat location
PITCH STANDING £71.50 (£65.00)
Pitch Standing: No U14s, U16s accompanied by 18+
SEATS £93.50 (£85.00) NC – Block Nc North Stand SB – Block Sb South Stand SC – Block Sc South Stand
Reserved Seats: U16s accompanied by 18+, No children 5 and under

When were Falkirk last in the Premiership?

In 2005, Falkirk were promoted to the Scottish Premier League (SPL). Falkirk won the Scottish Cup again in 1957 and were runners-up in the competition in 1997, 2009 and 2015. As a result of its performance in the 2009 Scottish Cup, the club qualified for the inaugural season of the UEFA Europa League in 2009–10.

Is Falkirk a nice place to live?

Due to the favourable cost of living in Falkirk and its central location, Falkirk is a good place to live to commute into Edinburgh or Glasgow for work.

Why is Falkirk called Falkirk?

The name ‘Falkirk’ originates from the Gaelic EGGLESBRECH, meaning’the speckled church’. Over the years this has translated into Scots as FAWKIRK and then the modern FALKIRK. Some historians have argued that the towns name relates back to the early town church which was supposedly made from speckled stone.

What happened to Firs Park?

In 1964, the board of directors at the club controversially merged East Stirlingshire and junior club Clydebank Juniors F.C. to create East Stirlingshire Clydebank. As a result, the new club relocated to Kilbowie Park in Clydebank and Firs Park was closed.

What happened Third Lanark?

Third Lanark went out of business in 1967, as a result of mismanagement, six years after having finished in third place in the SFL. Third Lanark’s former ground, Cathkin Park in Crosshill, is still partially standing and is used for minor league football.

How many stands are there in Falkirk Stadium?

The Falkirk Stadium is an all-seater stadium which currently consists of three completed stands in the form of the main west stand and smaller north and south stands. Upon the stadium’s construction the west stand was the first to be built, and subsequently completed in 2004.

What is the name of the Football Stadium in Scotland?

The Falkirk Stadium is a football stadium in Falkirk, central Scotland, which is the home ground of Scottish League One club Falkirk.

Why hold a conference at the Falkirk Stadium?

If you’re looking to hold a conference, corporate event or private party in Central Scotland, there’s nowhere better than the area’s venue of choice, The Falkirk Stadium. Built to impeccable standards, the Falkirk Stadium has all the facilities and services you need: A range of superbly appointed conference rooms from only £10p/h

How do I book a lunchtime event at the Falkirk Stadium?

Call 01324 618740 or email [email protected] book. #Lets2022Together COVID-19 REGULATIONS For the most up to date advice, please go to www.gov.scot If you’re looking to hold a conference, corporate event or private party in Central Scotland, there’s nowhere better than the area’s venue of choice, The Falkirk Stadium.