Full Match Highlights from our 3-1 victory over East Stirling in the Scottish Lowland League.
Action from our 3-1 defeat to Caledonian Braves at The Falkirk Stadium,
Full match highlights of Shire's 6-1 win over Dalbeattie Star in the Scottish Lowland League.
Shire TV highlights from the home encounter with University of Stirling.
Action from our home game loss against East Stirlingshire Next Home Game: Gretna 2008 | 28/12/2019 | 15:00 Website: http://www.cumbernauld-colts.com/ ...
Highlights of East Stirlingshire V Spartans in the Scottish Lowland League.
Gretna Football Club 2008 is a football club from the town of Gretna. It was founded in 2008 after the bankruptcy and demise of Gretna, which had existed since 1946.
East Stirlingshire Football Club is a Scottish association football club based in the town of Falkirk. The club was founded in 1881 and competes in the Lowland Football League, in the fifth tier of the Scottish football league system.
This is a list of East Stirlingshire Football Club seasons from 1882–83 to the present day. The list details East Stirlingshire's record in major league and cup competitions, and the club's top league goal scorer of each season where available.
This is a list of footballers notable for their contributions to East Stirlingshire, from the formation of the club in 1881 to present. It generally includes only players who made more than 100 league appearances for the club, but some players with fewer than 100 appearances are also included.
The East Stirlingshire F.C.–Falkirk F.C. rivalry refers to football matches between East Stirlingshire and Falkirk football clubs, the two senior Scottish Football League teams associated with the town of Falkirk in Scotland. The derby was first contested in 1881 and the last major competitive fixture was in 2015.East Stirlingshire was originally based in Bainsford, a small industrial village to north of Falkirk that is now a suburb of the town.
East Stirlingshire Football Club is a Scottish association football club from Falkirk. The club was formed in 1881, with its origins traced to the previous year when a local cricket club from Bainsford formed a footballing section under the name Britannia.