Queen of the South Football Club is a Scottish football club based in Dumfries. The Doonhamers, as they are called, are currently playing in the Scottish First Division.
Queen of the South was founded in March 1919 by an amalgamation of three Dumfries clubs - Dumfries F.C, The 5th Kings Own Scottish Borderer's Football Team and (works side) Arrol-Johnston. They joined the Scottish Football league at it's lowest level (Third Division) in 1923/24 and earned promotion to the First Division ten years later. Since then, the team was relegated and promoted again on several occasions.
Dumfries based Queen of the South have unveiled their shirts for the new season [...]
Queen of the South is a Scottish First Division (second level of Scottish football) team from Dumfries [...]
Queen of the South have unveiled their new home and away kits for next season. Their new home shirt will be primarily blue with a white collar and white and blue sleeves [...]
Queen of the South reached their first ever Scottish Cup final and for that occasion kit manufacturer Surridge made shirt that will be worn on May 24, when The Doonhamers will face Rangers. The only difference from the "regular" this season's shirt is writing under the badge (club's crest) [...]
Queen of the South have produced an all new kit for the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup as they have reached this stage of the competition for the first time in 58 years [...]
They won Second Division in 1950/51 and 2001/02, Scottish League Challenge Cup (2002/03), Scottish Qualifying Cup (1923/24), Western League (1922/23) and more than ten Regional Cups (Southern Counties Charity Cup, Southern Counties Cup, Southern Counties League Cup, Potts Cup).
Home matches are played at Palmerston Park, which has capacity of 6412. Home kit consist of blue shirt and socks and blue shorts, while away matches are played in yellow shirts and socks and yellow shorts.