Queen's Park have the distinct honour of being the oldest club in Scottish football, founded in 1867 they are the only amateur club in the Scottish League and their motto of Ludens causa ludere' reflects this, meaning .the game for the game's sake'.They play their home matches at the national stadium Hampden Park. Although it boasts fine facilities and a capacity of 52,000, Queen's Park only average 450 fans.
Queen's Park play in black and white hoops and are nicknamed .The Spiders'. Queen's Park have never played in the top flight of Scottish football but have won the Scottish Cup on 10 occasion's, they currently play in the Irn-Bru league division two.
The Scottish team Queen's Park lauched their new home shirt, made by Joma: The shirt is all striped horizontally in black and white. Queen's Park is the first team founded in Scotland, in 9th July, 1867 [...]
The club's home is a UEFA Category four stadium; the all-seated Hampden Park in South East Glasgow, which is also the home of the Scottish national team. Queen's Park have won the Scottish Cup the third most times of any club, behind Rangers and Celtic, although the last time they won it was in 1893.
The Spiders' support is known for being vociferous, especially during away games, where the loyal support gets behind their team, win, lose or draw. For a relatively 'small' club, the fans take impressively strong numbers on their travels, usually more to local games.