24/25 Squad Update

Pollok FC can confirm that Chris Duff, Sean Burns and Matty Burrows will depart Pollok following the expiration of their contracts. Jamie Henry has also been released as he takes a break from football due to work commitments.

Chris Duff joined Pollok in the summer of 2019, having previously played for Rossvale and getting his start in junior football under Stewart Maxwell at Kirkintilloch Rob Roy. A tricky winger, Duff has been a significant goal threat for Pollok over the years, scoring 27 times in 115 appearances, with outside of the foot screamers against Cumnock and Kirkintilloch Rob Roy last season being among the highlights. Despite injuries limiting his minutes, this season has been his most prolific with nine goals, mostly scored off the bench.

 

Sean Burns signed for Pollok in 2022 from Stranraer, having spent seven years at Queens Park, along with spells at Brechin City, Stenhousemuir and Forfar Athletic. He departs Newlandsfield having made 66 appearances, including all eight Scottish Cup ties as we reached the Third Round in each of the last two seasons. In this time, he also chipped in with four goals.

 

Jamie Henry returned to Newlandsfield at the end of 2023 having previously made 46 appearances for Pollok between 2018 and 2020. Between these two spells, he turned out for Wimborne Town and Bemerton Heath Harlequins in England. In the second half of this season, he made sixteen appearances and has now been released from his contract due to work commitments.

 

Matty Burrows arrived last summer from University of Stirling but injuries limited the versatile defender to just four competitive appearances in the early stages of this season.

 

All at Pollok would like to thank Chris, Sean, Jamie and Matty for their contributions to the club during their time at Newlandsfield, and we wish them and their families all the best for the future.

Pollok 2 – 1 Clydebank: 11th May 2024

The final league game of the season saw Pollok take on Clydebank at a sun-kissed Newlandsfield. 287 days had passed since an opening day victory over Auchinleck Talbot, and this game ended the same way, with an Andrew Gallacher strike deciding the match in Pollok’s favour after the winger had cancelled out Nicky Low’s stunning opener for the visitors.

Stewart Maxwell’s team selection showed three changes from the midweek draw with Darvel, as Andy Gallacher and Jamie Henry came in for Jay Nelson and the suspended Luke Main. Jordan Longmuir came back in for Ben Fry, and took the captain’s armband in his last game for the club, as he was applauded onto the pitch by both teams, accompanied by his two young children after ten years of service to Pollok.

The Bankies were first to threaten when a lobbed cross from the right was headed over. The home side responded by putting the ball in the net in the tenth minute when Gallacher’s beautifully flighted cross into the danger area appeared to go straight in. The assistant referee raised his flag though and offside was the decision.

Pollok found the net early on, but it was disallowed for offside.

With a quarter of an hour gone the away side upped the pace and had three attempts in quick succession. A long-range effort just wide, Little firing over when clean through and then another shot over after some nice passing play. At the other end Docherty was put clear by a lovely flick from Forde but the ball didn’t quite run for him and his shot lacked power so was easily saved.

As the half wore on Clydebank continued to look the more likely team to score and from a corner Niven fired goalwards but McGregor was well positioned to block. Lee Gallacher then swerved one over the bar from twenty yards.

The Southsiders best chance of the first half came in the forty-fourth minute, as a clearance was returned into the box where Henry did well to bring it down, make space and get a shot away. It was well blocked but the rebound fell to Gallacher who fired a shot into the side net.

Henry saw a shot blocked on the stroke of half time.

HALF TIME: POLLOK 0 – 0 CLYDEBANK

Pollok started the second half on the front foot. Gallacher cut inside and let fly. His shot was deflected and Forde nipped in but Hughes was alert to touch it behind. From the corner Forrester rose highest but headed over from inside the six-yard box.

In the fifty-fourth minute a long-range strike from Clydebank was deflected over the bar. The corner kick was a measured pass to the edge of the box to Nicky Low who met it with a stunning left-foot volley into the roof of the net. Not even Longmuir could stop that one.

The home side responded in magnificent fashion and were level three minutes later. Longmuir played the ball out to Duncanson who laid it off to McGregor to launch forward. Forde challenged and it broke to Docherty who steered it into the path of Gallacher. He cut inside and his low shot took a nick on its’ way into the bottom corner.

Gallacher provided a rapid response for Pollok with a deflected equaliser.

Having not held the lead for long the Bankies found parity even harder to maintain. From kick-off they worked the ball to the edge of the box before losing possession. Forde did exceptionally well to keep the ball in play before some intricate passing play between Duncanson, Lindsay and Mullen ended with the latter clipping the ball down the line for Docherty to chase. Ever the willing runner, he outpaced the defence and crossed it low for Gallacher to apply the finish at the near post.

Docherty celebrates Gallacher’s second goal.

The away side didn’t let their heads drop. A brilliant cross by Little was superbly dealt with by McGregor – heading away from danger. Little then had a great chance himself but Longmuir produced a diving save to prevent the equaliser. A Bankies corner caused a moment of panic in the six-yard box but the chance was headed over the bar.

Docherty had a curling effort well saved by Hughes after good work by Duff and Forde as Pollok saw out the final minutes fairly comfortably to win the three points.

So the season had ended the way it had begun – with Gallacher getting the winner for Pollok. After the full time whistle, it was all about Jordan Longmuir who took the acclaim of the fans and his teammates. He had to work his way through a queue of selfie seekers before getting to spend some time with his family on the Newlandsfield turf that he has graced for ten years.

 

FULL TIME: POLLOK 2 – 1 CLYDEBANK

Man of the Match: Jordan Longmuir

Who else? After ten years and 268 appearances, Jordan goes down in the annals of Pollok history as one of the greats. Beyond sentiment, his performance today was as good as any seen in the last decade, with only an absolute screamer getting past him. Thanks for everything Jordan!

Match report by Peter Graham

Photographs from Katy McGough

2024 Player of the Year Night

On Saturday night, Pollok committee, players, management, sponsors and fans came together in a packed Loks Bar & Kitchen to recognise the efforts of the squad over the 23/24 season.

For the first time ever, the main Pollok FC Player of the Year Award was shared between two players, as Adam Forde & Scott Forrester took joint custody of the Roy Pert trophy.

Pollok FC Players of the Year, Adam Forde and Scott Forrester. Presented by Hon. President Stuart McCulloch & President Paul Regan.

 

That was just the tip of the iceberg for Adam Forde as he also won Players’ Player of the Year, Top Goalscorer and Fans’ Forum Player of the Year after the most prolific season of his Pollok career with thirty goals. Among them were no fewer than two overhead kicks, and several other top class finishes, in what was a memorable sixth campaign for the forward.

Forde presented with Players’ Player of the Year by club captain Calum Gow.
Receiving the Fans’ Forum Player of the Year from Vice President Kev McElwee.

 

Scott Forrester also added to his honour with the Management Player of the Year award after an excellent debut season for the Lok, as he made 43 appearances and only missed three games. His solid defensive displays were complemented by a keen eye for goal which also saw him score five times.

 

Another player who marked his first season at Newlandsfield with an award was midfielder Luke Main, who was named Young Player of the Year. The 23 year old had an eye-catching campaign and was one of the standout performers of the second half of the season, scoring six goals in 29 appearances.

 

Next up was the Management Merit Award which went to Stephen Docherty, who has been on immense form since returning from a spell on loan at Gartcairn. In nineteen games this season, he scored twelve goals, which is more than double last season’s tally in eight fewer games.

 

The final award of the night was reserved for goalkeeper Jordan Longmuir, who played his final game earlier in the day against Clydebank after ten years at the club.  The Special Achievement Award recognised the immense contribution he has made to Pollok, both on and off the pitch. As he retires to spend more time with his young family, we wish him all the best and look forward to welcoming him back to Newlandsfield as a supporter for many years to come.

 

Off the pitch, (and up a ladder) there was also recognition for long-time cameraman Mark Donnelly, whose top quality match highlights beam Pollok into the households of supporters worldwide and help more people engage with the Southside’s Local Team every week.

 

Prior to the POTY evening, the Supporter Ambassador Award was awarded by supporters group Los Pollok Hermanos to David Young. A loyal supporter over many years, he travels to every game by public transport and is a familiar face to supporters of clubs across the West of Scotland.

 

Saturday was a recognition of some excellent individual performances and impressive team efforts, against the backdrop of significant challenges for the club. It was also an opportunity for the squad, management, committee and supporters to come together and celebrate everything that makes Pollok FC great. We would like to extend our thanks to the players and managements for their efforts this season, to Loks Bar & Kitchen for hosting us, to DJ Robert Wood for his excellent hosting job, and finally, to our supporters. Your attendance helped make the night special, and we hope you have a great summer. We look forward to seeing you on the terraces for 24/25.

Mon The Lok Now!

Jordan Longmuir to retire

Pollok FC can confirm that after ten seasons, 275 appearances, and one goal, goalkeeper Jordan Longmuir has made the decision to retire from playing. His last match will be at home to Clydebank on Saturday as he hangs up his gloves in order to spend more time with his young family.

Jordan signed in 2014 from Colville Park Amateurs following our relegation to the First Division and he was a key part of the side that won the title to secure an immediate return to the top flight, as well as lifting the Evening Times Cup. Arguably his finest campaign came the following year as his heroics in a nervy quarter final against Kilbrinie Ladeside and a semi-final penalty shootout win against Hurlford took Pollok into their first Scottish Junior Cup Final of the twentieth century against Beith Juniors, which ended in a heart-breaking defeat.

Celebrating a penalty shootout win against Hurlford in the Junior Cup semi-final in 2016.

Jordan later added two Central League Cups and a West of Scotland Cup to his medal tally, while also embarking on two Scottish Cup runs with the Lok. He played in every match as Pollok reached the third round in both this season and last’s competition. Among them was a memorable penalty shootout victory against Benburb this year where Jordan saved two. This season also saw him play a decisive role in shootouts against Clydebank and Auchinleck Talbot in the run to the West of Scotland Cup Final. All in, that leaves his total at an impressive nine wins from thirteen penalty shootouts in his ten years at Newlandsfield.

Joy after a famous Scottish Cup win against Annan Athletic in front of the BBC Scotland cameras in October 2022, and following a penalty-shootout win against Benburb in 2022.

Perhaps the most impressive statistic from Jordan’s time at Pollok however, is that ‘one goal’ which came away to Kirkintilloch Rob Roy in 2021, as a long punt from his penalty box bounced over his opposite number and into the net. His loyalty to the goalkeepers’ union however, prevented him from making too much of the celebration!

 

I am incredibly proud to have spent the last ten years playing for Pollok. It is a great club, with a fantastic support, and I will miss the buzz of playing in front of a packed Newlandsfield, but I am sure I will be back as a supporter in the near future. Having been committed to football at this level for the last seventeen years, now is the right time to hang up my gloves to spend more time with my young family. I look forward to spending my football-free Saturdays with them, investing time in their hobbies, and to be able to go on holiday without rushing home on a Friday to play the next day! Thanks for the last ten years. Mon The Lok Now!

Jordan Longmuir, Pollok Legend

 

Jordan has made the decision to hang up his gloves in order to spend more time with his young family.

 

Jordan has been an unbelievable servant to Pollok. He is a tremendous goalkeeper, great person and a tremendous ambassador for the club. I have gotten to know him very well over the last eighteen months and he now has the perfect opportunity to sign off his career with a home tie at the club he has spent ten years at. It is a magnificent achievement for Jordan and a great send off which he fully deserves. Hopefully we can get a result on Saturday for him.

Stewart Maxwell, Pollok Manager

 

Jordan leaves Newlandsfield as a modern-day Pollok legend, firstly for his immense contribution on the park over ten years – in particular, the shootout wins against Hurlford, Benburb, Cydebank and Talbot which will be remembered for years to come. We have had a decade of top-class saves, from a top-class keeper who gave the best years of his career to this club. Some of my favourite memories following Pollok have Jordan at the centre of them, and I know I am not alone in that. Off the park, we will struggle to find anyone who has represented the club better in his time here. The impact he has had on his teammates, coaches and our supporters, young and old, represent everything that is good about football. He will be sorely missed as a player, but we look forward to continuing to welcome him and his family to Newlandsfield as friends for years to come.

Paul Regan, Pollok President

 

While all at Pollok are sad to see him go, we fully respect his desire to prioritise his family and give them more of his time. On behalf of all at the club, we thank him for ten outstanding years and wish the Longmuirs all the best for the future. To our supporters, we hope to see you turn out in your numbers on Saturday to give Jordan the send off he deserves as he makes his final competitive appearance against Clydebank. There will then be one more opportunity to say goodbye at his testimonial match where a Jordan Longmuir XI will take on a Paul Gallacher XI on June 29th.

 

Pollok 1 – 1 Darvel: 8th May 2024

Ten days after losing to Darvel in the West of Scotland League Cup final Pollok hosted the East Ayrshire side in the penultimate game of the league season, and it took a late Luke Main penalty for Pollok to salvage a point after Darvel had taken the lead in the second half.

The chances came quick and fast in the opening few minutes. A robust challenge on Forde on the halfway line saw Darvel win possession. A pass into Moore gave him a shooting chance but he curled it just wide. Then with three minutes on the clock Duncanson took a throw in to Forde. He turned and lashed home a screamer from twenty-five yards. After appearing to initially award the goal the referee changed his mind and harshly adjudged Forde to have handled the ball.

Adam Forde thought he had given Pollok the lead but it was disallowed.

Forde then had another go from distance after some patient passing play in the Pollok midfield but this time it was well saved by Wilson. Next to have a try was Nelson after a beautiful lay off by Main but he mishit the shot and it trundled wide. In the twenty-fifth minute a rare Forrester mistake – when he missed a header back to goal – allowed Moore in but he lobbed over the bar. A couple of minutes later Main had his first driving run of the evening and when he was crudely taken out the ball broke to Forde. He passed to Mullen who laid it off to Faulds for a crack at goal which went wide.

A strong run from Main led to a chance for Faulds.

At the other end a quickly taken free-kick went badly wrong for Pollok and Fry had to make a good save from the resultant powerfully hit shot. The home side then had a spell of pressure including a couple of corners, a Mullen shot blocked, a tremendous bit of wing play by Forrester which saw the ball flash across the six-yard box and ended with Docherty having a shot well saved by Wilson.

HALF TIME: POLLOK 0 – 0 DARVEL

Darvel started the second half on the front foot. A free-kick was fired over the bar and then when a Faulds cross was blocked they sprung forward. The ball was played into Murphy and he applied a low finish into the bottom corner to give the away side the lead just before the hour mark.

The visitors took the lead just before the hour mark through Murphy.

The Southsiders quickly went in search of an equaliser and Forde’s drive from distance was gathered by Wilson at the second attempt. A McGregor header from a Mullen corner was well saved with Forrester’s attempt on the rebound blocked on the line.

Forrester nearly got an equaliser from a corner.

On the break Darvel then had a good chance to double their lead but Fry got down well to make an important save. A further chance quickly followed as the Pollok rearguard made a mess of playing out from the back but the shot found the side netting.

A fine low save from Ben Fry kept the deficit at one.

Just when it looked like Pollok would fail to find the net at Newlandsfield for the first time this season, McGregor headed a free-kick across goal and Barbour handled. Main stepped up and sent Wilson the wrong way to give the home side a share of the points.

Main makes no mistake from the spot again to level the match in injury time.

Whilst the equaliser came in the second minute of injury time there was still time for Main to get sent off. Gallacher lost possession on the halfway line and Main slid in to prevent a dangerous attack. He was a fraction late and received his second yellow of the evening.

Main trudges off after a very late red card.

 

FULL TIME: POLLOK 1 – 1 DARVEL

Man of the Match: Scott Forrester

It was yet another solid display at the back from the centre back, and he was also a threat at the other end of the park. His trademark mazy runs had the Darvel defence nervous at times, as Forrester again showed how important he is to this squad.

 

Match report by Peter Thomson

Photos from James Graham

 

Pollok team up with Home-Start Glasgow South

Pollok are delighted to announce Home-Start Glasgow South as our official charity partners. Based at Pollokshaws Burgh Hall, where we were founded in 1908, the organisation provides vital practical and emotional support to families across the south of Glasgow through a network of dedicated volunteers. They support around 300 families and 700 children a year in areas such as Castlemilk, Pollok, The Gorbals, Govan and Govanhill.

Our relationship with Home-Start began in December when we held a Christmas present drive on their behalf at our game against Cumnock Juniors, and the response from the Pollok faithful was fantastic. Since then, manager Stewart Maxwell and coach Ryan Dakhil have attended the group’s Warm Place event to meet families and volunteers. Most recently, Newlandsfield played host to a number of children, families, staff and volunteers last week as we installed a trackside board to rubber stamp our new partnership.

Evan Maley, Andy Gallacher, Ben Fry & Stephen Docherty welcomed families from Home-Start to Newlandsfield last week.

 

This link-up will see Pollok working closely with an incredible organisation in the heart of our local community as demand for their services increases due to the current cost of living crisis. We look forward to welcoming families and volunteers regularly to our games with complimentary tickets, while also supporting fundraising and volunteering recruitment drives. Going into the new season we will also be supporting their Warm Space sessions with players and coaches attending to run football sessions.

 

Pollok Football Club has always been at the heart of our local community, and as the Southside’s Local Club for so long, we felt it was important to give back. We came across Home-Start Glasgow South, and being based at Pollokshaws Burgh Hall, which is where we were first founded in 1908, it seemed like a perfect match. From speaking to Gillian & Saqib over the last few months, it felt like a partnership that could work really well, and we look forward to helping them to raise their profile going forward so they can continue to help as many families as possible.

Paul Regan, Pollok FC President

 

We are really excited about the partnership and the support that we are receiving from the club and their supporters. We think this is a great opportunity to raise awareness about what we do in the community through such an established local club, that has a great following.

Gillian Campbell, Communications Officer, Home-Start Glasgow South

 

Everyone at the club is excited to engage with Home-Start further as we look ahead to the new season, and we are grateful to all our fans who have supported them already in recent months. Look out for them at our final home game against Clydebank on Saturday where some of their young people will be leading the team out before kick off. Home-Start staff will also be in attendance to talk to supporters about the work that they do, so be sure to say hello!

Home-Start Glasgow South are recruiting new volunteers to support an ever-growing number of families that need their support. If you think you can make a difference, then find out more here. You can also donate here.

 

All photographs taken by James Graham & video by Finlay Thom

 

24/25 Season Tickets: Prices Frozen & Available Now!

Pollok Football Club are happy to confirm that season ticket prices for the 2024/25 season have been frozen. Available now, you can secure your spot at Newlandsfield next season, HERE.

While we continue to navigate one of the most challenging periods in our history, you, as supporters, have been there for us and we want to be there for you during a time when we are all feeling the pinch.

As a club striving to be at the heart of its community, we know the important role that a matchday can play in people’s lives, whether you are arriving as a dedicated fan, to catch up with friends, a curious daytripper or even simply as an escapee from the world.

Each and every person who chooses to spend their time with us is appreciated, and we will continue to do all we can to make a trip to Newlandsfield as accessible as possible to everyone.

This announcement means that season ticket prices will remain as follows (allowing you entry for all West of Scotland Premier Division games and selected home friendlies):

 

  • £125 for adults
  • £70 for concessions
  • Free for Under 12s. (With paying adult)

On the day admissions will also remain consistent with 2023/24 pricing:

 

  • £9 for adults
  • £5 for concessions
  • Free for Under 12s. (With paying adult)

 

President Paul Regan had the following to say on today’s announcement.

The last few months have been very difficult for the club, but on the pitch we have been treated to some fantastic football, culminating in our run to the West of Scotland Cup Final. None of this would have been possible without the support of our fantastic fans, who have turned up in their numbers time and time again to help push the team over the line. Everyone involved at the club is truly grateful for the backing you have provided, and we hope that by freezing season ticket and admission prices at 23/24 levels, it will be that little bit easier for our supporters to cheer on the Lok. We look forward to welcoming you to Newlandsfield again next season, which we hope will be a successful one for the Southside’s Local Team!

 

New season. Same prices. Still the Southside’s Local Team.

Season tickets are available now from Fanbase.

 

Pollok 0 – 2 Darvel: 28th April 2024

The West of Scotland Cup Final pitted Pollok against Darvel on a sunny, but chilly Sunday at Broadwood Stadium. Pollok had come through tough away ties at Petershill, Clydebank, Hurlford and Auchinleck as well as a home victory over Gartcairn to reach this stage so no one could doubt their status as worthy finalists, but the final was to prove a step too far for the Lok who fell to defeat in Cumbernauld.

With Scott Forrester suspended due to his red card in the semi-final, Maxi was forced into one change and made three additional ones from the midweek draw with Benburb. Longmuir returned in goal in place of Fry with Forde, Faulds and Henry replacing Gallacher, McKintsray and Forrester.

Longmuir returned to the starting eleven. (KM)

Darvel settled quicker and forced a couple of early corners although they did not produce any efforts on goal. The game burst into life with a quarter of an hour gone. A Mullen free-kick was easily gathered by Wilson and he set in motion a quick counterattack. Some slick passing generated a shooting opportunity which Longmuir saved well. Although the rebound was cleared to halfway the Pollok defence never really got set again and when a cross was floated back in Duncanson got in front of Moore to cut it out and it hit his arm. The referee judged it to be a penalty and Graham Wilson gave Longmuir no chance with an accomplished spot-kick.

Wilson makes no mistake from the spot to open the scoring. (KM)

Pollok’s first threatening bit of attacking play came a couple of minutes later when Main worked his way to the bye line before cutting it back for Forde to lay off to Lindsay. His shot was well blocked.

Chances were at a premium at both ends with Darvel shooting over from long range before Burns shot wide from distance after good work by Main and Faulds. On the stroke of halftime Darvel squandered a great chance to double their lead. After a quick break Burns looked to have snuffed out the danger with some good defending but the pitch played a huge role in the ball getting stuck under his feet allowing Moore to gain possession and square it. Longmuir was at his best in keeping out Cairns low shot.

Longmuir saves from close range. (JG)

HALF-TIME: POLLOK 0 – 1 DARVEL

The second half resumed with a very similar Darvel attack only this time when Moore squared it Walker was able to guide the ball past Longmuir and make it two. There had only been twenty seconds played.

Walker doubles Darvel’s lead withing seconds of the restart. (RM)

As Darvel continued to manage the game superbly Pollok struggled to gain any momentum. Some pressure just after the hour mark led to a Docherty volley from the edge of the box but it was straight at Wilson. A corner in the sixty-eighth minute saw the first sign of anxiety in the Darvel defence when it was punched clear but Gallacher sent a volley wildly over the bar.

Pollok were now dominating territorially but Darvel were comfortable with that. A superb Duncanson cross was fingertipped away from Gallacher at the back post as he waited to head in and then Forde had a couple of shots well saved before Nelson drove an effort from the edge of the box over the bar.

Nelson fires over. (JG)

Whilst it was not to be their day and the performance came nowhere near the heights they are capable of achieving the players and coaching staff can be proud of their cup run this season. The sticky, artificial surface did not suit Pollok’s strength of running with the ball and committing the opposition. On the day Darvel’s passing game was more suited to the conditions and they thoroughly merited their victory.

Dejection for Pollok at the final whistle. (RM/JG)

 

FULL TIME: POLLOK 0 – 2 DARVEL

 

Pollok Man of the Match: Sean Burns

In a match where few stood out in black and white, Burns coped admirably playing in an unfamiliar centre half role. Several well-timed tackles and interceptions limited Darvel’s clear-cut chances. (RM)

Report by Peter Thomson

Photographs from James Graham, Ross MacDonald & Katie McGough.

Adam Forde signs on for 24-25!

Pollok FC is delighted to announce that striker Adam Forde has extended his contract, and committed to Pollok for the 24-25 season!

He will now go into his eighth campaign at Newlandsfield, having joined the club in the summer of 2017 from Kilbirnie Ladeside. Upon singing, he was immediately among the goals, as he scored on his debut against Neilston, and since then the goals have kept on coming. To date, Adam has made 197 competitive appearances, finding the back of the net on 113 occasions, just five behind Bryan Dingwall who is currently our highest scorer of the 21st century!

This season has been Adam’s best in black and white, with him finding the net thirty times in 37 appearances, with some memorable strikes among them – not least his two overhead kicks in the space of a week against Largs Thistle and Benburb! Lok fans will be hoping he can continue this rich vein of form into today’s Indigo Comms West of Scotland Cup Final at Broadwood, and our three remaining league matches against Auchinleck Talbot, Darvel and Clydebank.

 

West of Scotland Cup Final – Supporter Information

Up next, we take on Darvel in the Indigo Comms West of Scotland League Cup Final!

The final will take place on Sunday 28th April at Broadwood Stadium with a 2pm kick-off.

Tickets

Tickets are priced at £10 for Adults and £5 for Concessions.
Under 16s have free entry if accompanied by an adult – no more than five children per paying adult.

Pollok fans will enter the stadium through turnstiles A & B.
One of these turnstiles will be for pay at the gate (Cash only), and the other gate will be for Fanbase digital tickets.

Tickets can be bought from Fanbase here


Supporters Bus

The supporters bus will leave Newlandsfield at 12:30 on Sunday. The bus is now full so please do not turn up if you have not already pre-booked your seat. The bus will return following the match to the Quaich where fans will hopefully be able to celebrate!


Alcohol & Pyrotechnics

We want to remind supporters that alcohol, smoke bombs & flares are not permitted inside Broadwood Stadium and anyone attempting to take in alcohol or pyrotechnics may be refused entry or ejected. Supporters must stay in the stands at all times, and not enter the pitch.

Cup Final Preparations

The club will be hosting an open training session this evening (Wednesday 24th April) from 7 pm with the session beginning at 7:30. Fans will have the opportunity to watch the final preparations for Sunday,  to show Maxi and the team your support for the last occasion where players and fans will come together before Sunday’s West of Scotland’s Cup Final where we hope the Broadwood stands will be resplendent in the black and white of the Southside’s local team.

We hope to see as many fans on Sunday in Pollok colours showing your support and getting behind Maxi and the team. Pollok Football Club is nothing without the fans who follow the Lok home and away. To everyone who has supported us this season so far, and everyone planning to support us in the cup final – Thank You! Hopefully, we can repay your loyal and unwavering support with a trophy on Sunday!

Pollok Football Club will continue to go forward with your support!