Falkirk FC is a Scottish football club based in Falkirk and they play their home games wearing dark blue and white home shirts which are manufactured by Puma. The club have never won the Scottish Premier League but they were runners-up in the 1907-o8 and 1909-10 seasons. The club have been dominant in the second tier of Scottish football where they have seven Scottish First Division titles to their name.
Falkirk's blue shirt has been pulled on by some notable players such as: Sir Alex Ferguson who played for the club between 1969 and 1973 and went on to be such a success as manager of Manchester United, Chris Waddle who joined briefly when trying to get back to match fitness in 1996 and Gary Gillespie who captained the club in 1977 as a 17 year old and went on to great things at Liverpool.
Falkirk showcase their all-new home and away shirts for the 2016/17 season whether it be Scottish Championship or Premiership football. Finishing in second place of the current Scottish Championship campaign, Falkirk will face either Hibernian or Raith in the play-offs in hope of being promoted i [...]
Puma have designed a 'Triumphant' kit for Scottish Championship team Falkirk Bairns for there 2015/16 season [...]
SPFL Championship club Falkirk have unveiled new kits for the forthcoming season. Both kits use the same Puma template, with a grandad polo collar, contrasting shoulder panels and trim down the sides [...]
Falkirk FC have launced their new home and away kits for the 2012/13 season. The Bairns currently play in the Scottish First Division [...]
Scottish club Falkirk FC have launched their new 2012/13 Puma football kits which you can see below. The club is currently playing in the Scottish First Division and with one last match to go, they are third in the league standings with 49 points. This seasons kit theme is "Back to the Fut [...]
Falkirk Football Club with the nickname of The Bairns a Scots word meaning child, are a Scottish football Club who were founded back in 1876. They play their home games in the 6,935 capacity Falkirk Stadium, Westfield in Falkirk.
The club have won two Scottish cups in their history where the first came in 1913 and the second came in 1957.