The Warriors are back at Ochilveiw tomorrow where they take on Elgin City in the cinch league two with the home side hoping to make it eight wins on the bounce.

The Warriors come into the match hoping to build on last Saturday’s victory where they beat East Fife 2-1. Early goals from Euan O’Reilly and Matty Yates saw Stenhousemuir run into a two-goal lead, however East Fife got one back lateon and made it a nervy ending to the match.

The Warriors made history on Saturday when they won seven games in a row in all competitions for the first time in the club’s history and maintained their five point lead at the top of the league

Gary Naysmith previewed the Elgin game saying “They’ll have a want to put their bad run of form right. But we have hit a really good run of form at home recently and we’ll look to continue that on Saturday.”

Darren Jameson highlighted the importance of staying sharp in training ahead of the match. “We need to keep preparing the same way as we always do. We need to make sure the fitness levels stay high, and we’ll go into the Elgin game hoping to get another three points”

Elgin come into the match not having the season they would have hoped for so far. They sit in 9th place in the league with only three league wins all season.

The points were shared the last time the two sides met back in October up at Borough Briggs. Adam Brown opened the scoring in the first half before Ross Meechan was dismissed, then the home side got a late equalizer.

Elgin slightly edge the head-to-head record with 19 wins to Stenhousemuir’s 17. There have also been seven draws in the 43 encounters.

Elgin will come into the match hoping to bounce back from consecutive 4-0 defeats away at East Fife and at home to The Spartans.

If you want to come to Ochilview tomorrow and support the team, get all the matchday information below.

Match report by Angus Blacklock


Opponents | Elgin City

Competition | cinch League 2

Date | Saturday 23 December

Kick Off | 3pm

Location | Ochilview Park, Stenhousemuir

Match Entry |  Cash and digital tickets are accepted at the turnstiles. The easiest option is to buy your ticket in advance and you can do that easily here.

  • Adult | £15
  • Concession 65+ | £10
  • Under 16 | £5

Ochilview Guide | If you’re making your first trip to Ochilview, you may find our handy guide useful. You can view this here.

Warriors TV | Warriors TV is live for viewers with a non-UK IP address. You can book your place here.




Gladstone Rd, Stenhousemuir, FK5 4QL


From the West
Leave the M876 at Junction 2 and follow the A88 towards Stenhousemuir. After about three quarters of a mile turn right into Tryst Road. The ground is down the bottom of this road on the left.

From the East
At Junction 7 of the M9 join the M876 going East bound towards Kincardine. At the end of the M876 take the third exit at the roundabout onto the A905. At the roundabout that is the junction with the A88, take the second exit onto the A88 (Bellsdyke Road). After around two miles turn left at the mini roundabout into Tryst Road for the ground.

Remember also to ignore the ‘football traffic’ signs around the area, as if you follow them you will eventually end up at Falkirks’ ground. Street parking.


The nearest railway station is Larbert, which is just under a mile away from Ochilview Park. As you come out of the station, bear left down the main (King Street) road in front of the station. Continue down Kings Road and you will reach the ground on the left.


Referee | Greg Soutar

Assistant | John Stewart

Assistant | Thomas Denholm