Season tickets now on sale!
We are delighted to confirm that season tickets for the 2021/2022 campaign are now on sale! As a club, we feel that we do our very best to ensure that we act in the best interests of the local area and supporter base. We do this because it is our duty as a community football club. But now we need YOU.
Scottish football as a whole relies on gate receipts for a massive proportion of its annual revenue, and Stenhousemuir is no different. Fans are often referred to as the lifeblood of the game. Their contribution of season ticket revenue goes a long way to explaining why this is.
So if you’re a Warriors fan and can afford to purchase a season ticket, go for it! Be part of our collective journey as a club and a community, as we enter a new and exciting time under the management of Swifty!
We are currently finalising our plans to welcome supporters back to Ochilview. However, if at first attendances are reduced, then season ticket holders will enjoy priority access. For this same reason, only a limited number of season tickets are available for sale and are issued on a first come first served basis.
Season tickets are currently only on sale to existing season ticket holders up until the 11th of June. After the 14th of June, they will go on sale to the general public.
Prices are frozen from last season and are as follows:
Adult – £130 [£7.22 per match]
Concession – £90 [£5 per match]
16 – 21 year olds – £40 [£2.22 per match]
Under 16s – FREE [sponsored by Your Equipment Solutions]
There’s also an option to pay monthly for both Adult and Concession Season Tickets:
Adult – £13 per month [July – April]
Concession – £9 per month [July – April]
Please phone the club on 01324 562992 to secure your ticket.
First team squad update
The previous week has seen a continuation of the recent transfer activity at the club, with 3 new signings being confirmed as well as one notable departee.
The club can confirm that captain Callum Tapping has left the club in order to sign for Edinburgh City. Callum had a clause in his contract which allowed him to be released and the club decided to honour his wishes. Callum has been nothing short of excellent in his time at Ochilview and we wish him the very best going forward.
As for signings, we are pleased to confirm the following:
Sean, a 31 year old experienced defender, came through at St. Mirren before playing over 100 games for Montrose. He then had a spell at Elgin before signing with Greenock Morton and playing 30 times as they won the 2014/15 League 1 title. He also won the 2016/17 League 1 title with Livingston. Sean will become our new club captain after joining from Airdrieonians where he helped the Diamonds to a 2nd place finish in last season’s League 1.
Darren is a 33 year old striker who is joining us from Pollok. Seen as Pollok have been out of playing action for some time, Darren was loaned out firstly to BSC Glasgow and then to Annan Athletic where he scored twice in 9 matches, including one against the Warriors.
Nat, a 29 year old midfielder, was a product of the Stoke City youth academy and was capped 4 times for England’s under-19 side. His early career was spent in the English lower leagues before playing over 60 times in the Championship for Cowdenbeath. Despite failing to keep the Blue Brazil in the league, Nat was picked up by Premiership Inverness where he featured 15 times. He then had spells at Dunfermline, Raith Rovers and Airdrieonians before playing for Dumbarton in League 1 last season. Like Sean Crighton, Nat will provide plenty of experience of playing at a higher level.
We can also confirm that the club is in talks with both Callum Erskine and Paul Brown ahead of the coming season.
This means that our current squad for next season is as follows: Bernard Coll, Ryan Marshall, Jamie Mills, Thomas Orr, Cammy Graham, Josh Grigor (on loan at Syngenta), Michael Anderson, Adam Brown, Adam Corbett, David Hopkirk, Declan Hughes, Ross Lyon, Graeme Smith, Ross Forbes, Jordan Tapping, Sean Crighton, Darren Christie, Nat Wedderburn and Robert Thomson.
Ladies team latest
Warriors 1-1 Rossvale
Back on Sunday, the ladies team played out their second preseason friendly of the season in which they drew 1-1 with Rossvale. The girls showed a strong mentality after coming from a goal behind and it was another good match for getting some valuable minutes into the legs before the start of the league season.
Glasgow United v Warriors
The warriors are back in action this Sunday with their latest fixture, as they take on Glasgow United away from home in a 1:45pm Kick off.
2021/22 Kit now released!
The anticipation has been building ever since the announcement of the RJM Sports Puma deal and Inside Ochilview has also been teasing you for a while, but here it is at last! Our new kit has finally launched!
Hopefully you are just as thrilled with the new Kit as we are! Stenhousemuir FC Commercial Director, Robert Beagley, said, “The Club is delighted to continue our association with RJM Sports and reinforce our commitment to support local businesses. We are pleased to work with Robert, Grant and the team – the same team who brought us our award-winning strips over the last few seasons.”
To hear what else Robert and what RJM had to say, then please follow the link:
Details regarding shirt sales will be brought to you as soon as possible by Inside Ochilview.
Lastly, we were very keen to allow supporters to vote on what the home kit should be, however logistics worked against us and on this occasion it wasn’t possible.
Despite this, we are giving supporters the chance to vote for the season’s new away kit! It’s your club and we feel like you should have a part to play in the decision making.
Head over to our Twitter page to see the options and to cast your vote. Voting closes at 6pm tomorrow evening.
Community Sports Lottery Winners – May 2021
This week, the winners of our Community sports lottery were announced. You can see the full list of winners by clicking on the link below:
Just in case you’re interested…
Henry McLeish to lead Scottish Football Alliance in push for Scottish football reforms
Henry McLeish is to lead a new organisation, combining many of the game’s key stakeholders, in a fresh push for reform in the governance of Scottish football. The new plans were made public at the Scottish Football Supporter’s Association’s conference last weekend. Please follow the link below to read more:
Scots without tickets urged not to travel to London
Sadiq Kahn, the mayor of London, has joined calls from the SFA and Scottish Government asking for Scotland supporters without match tickets or facility bookings to travel to London for Scotland’s euro clash with England. Full details of what has been said can be found by clicking on the following link:
7 players missed last night’s Scotland match due to Covid issue
Some concerning news broke earlier this week regarding John Fleck’s positive Covid test while on international duty with Scotland. This then resulted in 6 further players missing the 2-2 draw with the Netherlands as a precaution. Please follow the link below for more details: