Partick Thistle Football Club are a professional football club from Glasgow, Scotland. Despite their name, the club are based at Firhill Stadium in the Maryhill area of the city, and have not played in Partick since 1908.
Partick Thistle Football Club is a Scottish association football club based in the Maryhill area of Glasgow. The club first competed in a European competition in 1963–64, qualifying for the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup following a third-place finish in the Scottish First Division.
Partick is an area of Glasgow on the north bank of the River Clyde, just across from Govan. To the west lies Whiteinch and to the east, Finneston, and to the North Hillhead and other areas which make up the West End of Glasgow.
Partick station is an interchange station in the Partick area of Glasgow, Scotland. Along with an adjacent bus station, it forms one of the main transport hubs in Glasgow.
Partickhill is a district of the city of Glasgow. Located to the north of Partick, south of Hyndland and west of Dowanhill, it contains mixed housing stock of tenemental type property and villa style houses, as well as some terraced homes.
Partick Central railway station was a station serving the Partick area of the city of Glasgow. Built in the 1890s by the Lanarkshire and Dunbartonshire Railway Company, it sat on a line that ran along the north bank of the River Clyde from Stobcross to Dumbarton.
Partick was a county constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1885 until 1918. A division of the county of Lanarkshire, its territory was incorporated into the city of Glasgow in the 1890s.
Partick Castle was located in Partick, now a Western suburb of Glasgow. It was built in 1611 for the Glasgow benefactor George Hutcheson and situated on the west bank of the River Kelvin.
Partick East/Kelvindale is one of the 23 wards of Glasgow City Council; used since the 2017 local election, it is one of two created from the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland's 5th Review. It was formed from parts of the former wards of Hillhead, Partick West, and Maryhill/Kelvin.Situated to the west of Glasgow city centre, the ward covers the areas of Kelvindale, Kelvinside, Dowanhill, Hyndland, Partickhill and parts of Partick as well as the Glasgow Botanic Gardens.
Partick Thistle Women's Football Club, formerly known as Thistle Weir Ladies Football Club, is a Scottish women's football club based in the city of Glasgow. It has been the women's section of Partick Thistle since 2013.
The Partick's Football team activities page. Related with social media posts of Partick's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!