St. Johnstone are a Scottish football club who currently plays in the Scottish Premiership and they play their home games wearing blue home shirt with whitre shorts. The club have historically floated between the top two divisions of Scottish football, obtaining the reputation of being a 'yo-yo club'.
St. Johnstone is a professional Scottish football club. It was formed in 1884 and currently plays in the Scottish first division (one behind SPL). The club hasn't had much success in SPL or the two major cups but it has won 3 First Division Titles, 3 Second Division Titles and the Challenge Cup (2007/08).
St Johnstone prepare for next season's elite of Scottish football by unveiling their all-new home shirt. Although created by Spanish kit suppliers Joma, St Johnstone's latest home shirt maintains its patriotic Scottish feels through the classic blue predominance with Alan Storrer cars sponsorship [...]
St Johnstone is a Scottish football club playing in the Scottish Premier League [...]
St. Johnstone plays at McDiarmid Park in Perth Scotland. This stadium has a capacity of 10,000.
St. Johnstone has had 24 managers in its history. The longest-serving manager was David Rutherford, although his tenure was interrupted by the Second World War.