Pollok FC are delighted to announce that for the first time, season tickets are available to purchase for 23/24 via Fanbase!

A season ticket will grant you access to all fifteen home league games and all home friendlies, as well as giving you a guaranteed ticket for home cup ties and priority after members for any away games with limited tickets.


Season tickets offer great value over the course of the season and are priced at:

  • £125 for adults
  • £70 for concessions (12-18 year olds, Students and 65+ years)
  • Free for Under 12s (only available with purchase of an adult or concession season ticket).


John and Martin are on board! Will you join them next season?


Season tickets will operate alongside club membership. Being a member makes you a part owner of Pollok Football Club and allows you to attend the AGM. The renewal process will remain the same for this and members will be notified of payment details in due course.

Supporters do not need to be both members and season ticket holders, so any members who wish to resign their membership and purchase a season ticket instead are requested to contact info@pollokfc.com after they have purchased their season ticket. Any ticket enquiries can be directed to this address also.

Secure your spot at Newlandsfield and cheer on the Lok in Stewart Maxwell’s first full campaign. Click here to purchase your 23/24 season ticket!


The club reserve the right to request proof of age/student status upon entry to ensure spectators are in possession of the correct ticket. Under 12s must be accompanied at all times by an adult. All season tickets are issued in line with the club’s Ground Regulations.

Students Sign Up

Pollok are delighted to announce the double-signing of Right Back Matty Burrows and Goalkeeper Ben Fry from University of Stirling!

24 year-old Englishman Burrows has been at the students since 2018 and signs having made 33 Lowland League appearances last season, scoring two goals.

Fry hails from Ballymena in Northern Ireland and made 35 league appearances in 22/23, keeping 13 clean sheets. He also played, and impressed, at Tannadice as the Students made it to the fourth round of the Scottish Cup against Dundee United.

Manager Stewart Maxwell had this to say about the club’s new recruits:

“Matty has had an outstanding season with an excellent Stirling Uni team.
He is both aggressive and strong. Qualities that make him a proper old fashioned defender.”

“Ben is another who has had an outstanding season at Stirling Uni and has played nearly sixty games. Outstanding shot stopper, athletic and brave. The modern day goalkeeper and an outstanding young man will give Jordan stiff but friendly competition.”

Stewart Maxwell

Both players join Pollok for the start of the new season subject to SFA approval during the registration process.

Now that Matty and Ben have signed on for next season at Newlandsfield, why don’t you join them? Season tickets are available now!

Welcome Kyle Hutton!

Pollok are delighted to announce the signing of former Rangers midfielder Kyle Hutton.

Kyle came through the Rangers youth system and made his first team debut in 2010 against Kilmarnock. This season also saw him earn a Scotland U21 cap against Northern Ireland and appear in the UEFA Champions League and Europa League against Manchester United, Bursaspor and PSV.

He spent spells on loan at Partick Thistle and Dunfermline before establishing himself in the Gers first team for season 2012-13 which saw him make 33 appearances.

After leaving Ibrox in 2015, he spent time at Queen of the South, St Mirren, Airdrie, Dumbarton, East Kilbride and Cowdenbeath before moving to Forfar in 2022. He made 37 appearances in all competitions for the Loons last season as they narrowly missed out on the League 2 playoffs.

“Kyle has great desire and a tremendous attitude towards the game. He has an excellent pedigree and understands what it means to play for Pollok. I’m confident that he can help bring success to the club!”

Stewart Maxwell

Kyle Hutton joins Pollok for the start of the new season subject to SFA approval during the registration process.

Now that Kyle Hutton has signed on for next season at Newlandsfield, why don’t you join him? Season tickets are available now!

Welcome to Pollok Kyle Hutton!



Shaun Fraser Departs

Pollok FC can confirm that midfielder Shaun Fraser has left the club following the expiration of his current contract.

Shaun Fraser signed for Pollok from Kirkintilloch Rob Roy in 2018 and made 115 appearances during his time at Newlandsfield.

During his time in ‘Lok colours Shaun scored 38 goals.

Fans won’t be quick to forget the 2019/2020 season where Shaun Fraser scored 21 goals and swept up the awards.

2019/20 – Members Player of the Year, Players’ Player of the Year & Top Goalscorer

The club would like to thank Shaun for his contributions during his time at Pollok.

All at the club wish him well for his future career.

Club Statement on proposed “Conference League”

Having now received full details of the SFA’s plans for a new “Conference League” at Tier 5 of the Scottish football pyramid, Pollok FC wish to make it clear that we are totally opposed to this proposal. Whilst we accept the intent to improve the development pathway for footballers is sincere, this proposal is not the solution.

We believe that this proposal would be to the detriment of the vast majority of the remaining 200+ clubs in the football pyramid and at the same time is highly unlikely to achieve its stated aims.

The main purpose of a football pyramid system is to allow its member clubs, through promotions and relegations, to progress towards a level at which they are competing more or less equitably, and this proposal completely undermines the integrity of that structure.

In recent years a significant number of non-SPFL clubs, including Pollok FC, have shown their commitment to the pyramid philosophy by pursuing and acquiring a SFA club licence. To do so they have developed and improved the facilities at their grounds, trained staff and implemented policies required to show that they are ready. This has taken a huge amount of work, mostly by unpaid volunteers, and has also cost considerable sums of money. To then have another League hurdle imposed is needlessly insensitive to those efforts.

We are more than ready, should we earn promotion, to move up from our current Tier 6 to compete at Tier 5 for another promotion to Tier 4 and League 2 of the SPFL, continuing to develop and improve our infrastructure as necessary along the way.

The proposal would place four Lowland League and two Highland League teams in the new Conference League, the criteria for this selection has not been specified, alongside four B teams. This is not an attractive proposition for the six “competing” teams who would receive £40,000 compensation for having to play almost half of their matches against ‘B’ teams of youngsters along with increased travel and fewer competitive rivalries. Also, depending on what positions the ‘B’ teams who cannot be promoted or relegated finish in at the end of the season, a non-B team in 5th place could find themselves in either a promotion or a relegation play-off. It is entirely possible that after a couple of seasons were the two Highland League teams to be relegated, this Conference League would look like the present Lowland League but with fewer teams.

Recently Aberdeen FC have said that they are not going to put a B team into this League and Rangers manager Michael Beale has said, “I don’t think the Lowland League is a good bridge, so we need to look at other games,” and yet the Conference League would look just like the Lowland League but smaller. Unless there is a hidden agenda, which may not be that well-hidden when the office bearers for the company behind this new League are taken into consideration, then on the face of it this proposal is without merit.

It is overtly the only option that does not require a vote that would be against the self-interests of the majority of SFA member clubs eligible to vote at the AGM on the 6th June. Because it is the only option is not good enough reason for it to become a reality.

Pollok FC is wholly opposed to the formation of this Conference League and although, as a recently licensed SFA member, we are not ourselves able to vote at the SFA AGM, we would urge as many other voting clubs as possible to reject the proposal.

Brian McNeil

It is with great sadness and sorrow that Pollok Football Club reports the passing of our goalkeeping coach Brian McNeil.

Brian joined the club in late 2022, following Stewart Maxwell, with whom he had worked alongside for seven years at Kirkintilloch Rob Roy. Stewart paid tribute to his friend on social media following the sad news:


Brian was well known throughout the football community. Likeable, kindhearted and loyal, were just a few of the big guy’s traits. A devoted family man who will be missed by many. On a personal level, Chris McFadyen and I will feel this loss more than many. At the moment, I cannot describe the loss the big man is to us. Love you big man, and rest easy.

Stewart Maxwell, Pollok Manager

Brian (second from the right) with the rest of the Pollok coaching staff at the recent Player of the Year night.

The thoughts of all at the club are very much with his wife Sandra, their family and friends, our coaching staff among them. 

The Doc is in and He’s Here to Stay

Pollok are delighted to confirm that Stephen Docherty has signed a new contract to remain at the club.

Stephen Docherty signed for Pollok in 2022 coming off a fantastic season in the West of Scotland Conference Leagues, helping Petershill achieve promotion with 34 goals that campaign.

Doc’ made 27 appearances and scored 5 goals in his debut Pollok season.

He has now committed to a further 2 years at Newlandsfield until 2025.

Doc has signed on for 23-24. Why don’t you join him? Season tickets available now!


Craig Menzies Departs

Pollok FC can confirm that defender Craig Menzies has left the club following the expiration of his current contract.

The vastly experienced and accomplished defender joined Pollok in January 2022 following a short spell with St. Cadocs.

Before moving to the Southside club, Craig was captain of Glenafton Athletic spending 10 seasons in New Cumnock and leading the club to a league and Junior Cup double in 2017.

Since arriving at Pollok Craig has made 30 appearances at both centre back and right back.

The club would like to thank Craig for his contributions during his time at Pollok.

All at the club wish him well for his future career.

Mark Sideserf Departs

Pollok FC can confirm that long-serving left back Mark Sideserf has left the club following the expiration of his current contract.

Sidey arrived at Newlandsfield from Irvine Meadow in 2015 and went on to establish himself as a key first-team player over the course of his eight seasons at the club. He made his debut in a drab 0-0 draw with rivals Arthurlie in the Sectional League Cup, before scoring his first goal in a 4-0 victory away to St Anthony’s a week later in the same competition. He was also a crucial member of the team that made it to the 2016 Scottish Junior Cup Final, coolly slotting home his penalty in the nerve-shredding shootout against Hurlford in the semi-final. More recently, he also played every game in last season’s run to the Scottish Cup Third Round.

Mark Sideserf gives a thumbs up

His contribution to the squad was recognised as his teammates selected him as their player of the year for the 2017-18 season. Tough in the tackle, strong in the air, but with a left foot that could unlock the meanest of defences, Sidey made 245 appearances for the club, chipping in with sixteen goals, and five red cards!

Everyone at Pollok would like to pass on our sincere best wishes for the future to Mark and his family. We are all grateful to him for his contribution to the club over the past eight years, and will remember his time here fondly.

Del Esplin Departs

Pollok FC can confirm that Del Esplin has completed a transfer to Johnstone Burgh for an undisclosed fee.

Del signed for Pollok in 2019 from Rutherglen Glencairn and has made 112 appearances for Pollok scoring 6 goals.

In the meantime picking up a myriad of individual awards:

Fans’ Forum Player of the Year 2022 & 2023
Players’ Player of the Year 2022 & 2023
Manager’s Player of the Year 2022 & 2020

The club would like to thank Del for his contributions during his time at Pollok.

All at the club wish him well for his future career.