Category: supporter information

Supporters Bus: Pencuik Athletic

The Club will be running a supporter’s bus to our Scottish Cup First Round match vs Penicuik Athletic on Saturday 23rd September.

We would like to invite any supporters wishing to travel on this bus to contact the club secretary John Alexander to express interest.

The cost will be £20 per person.

Contact with any questions or to reserve your place on the bus.

Please note:
Kick-off for this match is 2:30 PM




Benburb Ticket Info

Tickets for our Scottish Cup Preliminary Round 2 clash at home to Benburb are now on sale to season ticket holders, priced at £9 for adults and £5 for concessions.

They are available from Fanbase and will be exclusively available to season ticket holders until 9 o’clock on Wednesday morning, when the general sale will commence. You will need to log into your Fanbase account to purchase tickets.

All club members are guaranteed admission and can pay at the gate prior to the game.

Contact if you have any queries.

Supporter info following the conclusion of the 2022-23 season

Pollok FC would like to update supporters on the ongoing work behind the scenes at the club over the coming months as we prepare for the 2023-24 season.


Season Tickets are now on sale and available to buy online for the first time ever! More details can be found here along with a link to purchase on fanbase. Memberships will be available but details for the forthcoming season will be announced over the next few weeks.


As with every pre-season there will be a number of incomings and outgoings. Supporters will hopefully already have seen that Jordan Longmuir has extended his contract and will stay at Newlandsfield for his 10th season. A lot of work has already been done with regards to the shape of our playing squad next season and we’ll share news as and when we are able. We will continue to be respectful of contracts and players at other clubs and will announce any new signings or departures as soon as we can and in agreement with all parties.


Work has been ongoing on our preparations for the new season and talks with opposition are at an advanced stage however dates are still to be firmed up once we have confirmation on official league dates for the new season. Again, opposition, dates and venues will be shared as soon as we have everything confirmed.


Our online club shop remains open and you can equip yourself with Pollok shirts, bucket hats and merch ahead of the summer holidays!

Everyone at the club would like to thank all of our supporters for their backing this season and look forward to welcoming you back to Newlandsfield next season!

Graeme Ross funeral details

Pollok FC regrets to inform of the passing of former committee member Graeme Ross recently. Before covid-19 struck, Graeme took responsibility for the gates at Newlandsfield.

His funeral will be at the Linn Crematorium on the 9th of May at 11am and thereafter to the Redhurst Hotel. All are very welcome.

Deepest condolences to his family and friends from all at the club.

Pretty in Pink (and Purple!)

Pre-order the new Pollok FC away shirt for 23-24!

It’s the most eye-catching shirt in our history, and you can pre-order it now! Bespoke pink and purple design, sponsored by Westpoint Homes.

The shirt is a slim fit design, so it is advised you buy a size up from your usual.  This is only available for pre-order right now.

Your order will be marked as “Fulfilled” after it has been dispatched. (£30) (£40)


Maxi Cas-sells Alex The Newlandsfield Dream

Pollok are delighted to able to announce the signing of former Kirkintilloch Rob Roy forward Alex Cassells. Alex, 25, is a product of the youth systems of both Falkirk and Hearts, and had a spell on the books of Partick Thistle as a teen but has spent the last 8 years in and around the West of Scotland set-up, with Rossvale (initially on loan) and Petershill prior to Rabs. He started off this season with Huntershill Amateurs though moved on from them a few weeks ago. Alex joins the club on an 18-month contract to link up again with former boss Stewart Maxwell, but will be put out on loan for the remainder of the season.

Welcome to Pollok, Alex!

Double signing boost for Lok

Stewart Maxwell has added his second and third signings this week as he looks to put his mark on the team. First up was Kenny Barr and he is followed by 21-year-old attacking midfielder Jay Nelson. Lang born and bred, Jay has been with Cambuslang Rangers’ West of Scotland League side for over 18 months and spent the ‘covid’ season with the St. Cadoc’s development side. His footballing education was spent with various youth clubs in the east end. Lok fans might recognise his proud father were he to take in any games watching his boy.

Kenny (left) and Jay (right).

Speaking to the website about the new arrivals, manager Stewart Maxwell said: “Jay and Kenny are two young, talented midfielders. They will bring energy and technical ability to the squad.

“They are both at a great age and being at a big club like Pollok can help them improve and take their development to the next level.”

Welcome to Newlandsfield, Jay and Kenny!

Farewell to Dylan Dykes

It can be confirmed today that Dylan Dykes has left the club to rejoin St. Cadoc’s. He originally joined Lok from St. Cadoc’s in March 2022, making his debut against Hurlford United and his first goal for the club arriving from the penalty spot at Troon a month later. In total, Dylan started 13 games for the club, came off the bench a further 3 times and scored four goals. Dylan had a serious health scare in the autumn that saw him take a sabbatical from playing, meaning that his last competitive game for the club came at Buffs Park against Kilwinning Rangers.

Speaking to the PFC website, manager Stewart Maxwell said: “I would just like to wish Dylan all the best. I’m sure he will be a big success in St. Cadoc’s promotion bid.”

Captain David Brownlie was sad to see his teammate move on. He told us “I’ve known Dykesy since I was 15 and got nothing but good words to say about him.”

“His mentality and postive attitude after receiving his diagnosis, from the outside you’d never know he was suffering from such a serious illness but his personality got him through the tough times and helped us as a team come together to beat Annan in the Scottish Cup.”

“I wish him all the very best in his next steps for his career.”

All at Lok wish him well for the future.