St Johnstone Football Club is a professional football club in Perth, Scotland. The name of the football club derives from St.
St Johnstone Football Club is a Scottish professional association football club based in Perth. The club was officially formed in 1884 and the team played its first game in February 1885.
This is a list of notable footballers who have played for Scottish club St Johnstone. Generally, this refers to players who have played 100 or more league matches for the club.
St Johnstone were back in the Scottish Premier League for the first time since 2002 after winning the 2008–09 Scottish First Division. On 15 August 2009, they opened their league season with a 2–1 draw against Motherwell at McDiarmid Park, with Murray Davidson getting the opening league goal after 34 minutes.In the Scottish Cup, St Johnstone reached the fifth round where they lost by 1–0 to Dundee United.In the League Cup they went all the way to the semi final where they lost by 2–0 to Rangers at Hampden Park.
The 2010–11 season for St Johnstone is the club's second back in the Scottish Premier League. They will compete in the Scottish Premier League, Scottish Cup and the Scottish League Cup during the campaign.
St Johnstone Football Club is a Scottish association football club based in the city of Perth. The club first competed in a European competition in 1971–72, qualifying for the UEFA Cup following a third-place finish in the Scottish First Division.
St Johnstone Women's Football Club is a Scottish women's association football club based in Perth. They are members of the Scottish Women's Premier League (SWPL), the highest level women's football league in Scotland, and have competed in its second tier, SWPL 2, since 2016.
John Stone was an English Augustinian friar who was executed, probably in December 1539; he was canonized in 1970 by Pope Paul VI. He was a doctor of theology from Canterbury.
Saint Johnstown, Johnstoun, Johnston or Johnstone may refer to the following places:
St Johnston, officially Saint Johnstown , is a village, townland, and electoral division in County Donegal, Ireland. It is in the Laggan district of East Donegal on the left bank of the River Foyle.
The St Johnstone's Football team activities page. Related with social media posts of St Johnstone'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!