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Established
1876 (145 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Firhill Stadium
(10,102 Capacity)

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Location
Maryhill, Glasgow

Nicknames
Thistle, The Jags

Competitions
Scottish Championship
Scottish FA Cup
Scottish League Cup

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smudgie: 17/Sep/21
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Upcoming Events
04 Dec 21 Queen of  -  Partick
11 Dec 21 Partick  -  Arbroath
18 Dec 21 Partick  -  Raith Rvs
26 Dec 21 Inverness C  -  Partick
29 Dec 21 Partick  -  Ayr

Latest Results
26 Nov 21 Partick  1 - 0  Dunfermline
20 Nov 21 Partick  1 - 0  Hamilton
13 Nov 21 Ayr  0 - 4  Partick
06 Nov 21 Kilmarnock  0 - 1  Partick
30 Oct 21 Partick  0 - 0  Inverness C

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Partick Thistle Football Club (nicknamed the Jags) 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. The club have been members of the Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) since its formation in 2013. In the 2020–21 season, Thistle won Scottish League One, the third tier of the SPFL structure, and returned to the Scottish Championship, having been relegated from there in 2019–20.

Since 1936, Thistle have played in their distinctive red-and-yellow jerseys of varying designs, with hoops, stripes and predominantly yellow tops with red trims having been used, although in 2009 a centenary kit was launched in the original navy-blue style to commemorate 100 years at Firhill. Since 1908 the club have won the Scottish Second Division (third tier, now Scottish League One) twice and the Scottish First Division (second tier, now the Scottish Championship) six times, most recently in 2013. Thistle have won the Scottish Cup and the Scottish League Cup in 1921 and 1971 respectively.

The club are currently managed by Ian McCall in his second spell in charge. Under Alan Archibald's management, the club achieved promotion to the newly formed Scottish Premiership in 2013, and remained there for five consecutive seasons. During this spell Thistle secured major investment and in 2017 finished in the top six of Scottish football for the first time in over three decades. Key players such as Kris Doolan broke numerous records and became one of the club's top goal scorers. Despite relegation in the 2017–18 Scottish Premiership season, Archibald remained as Thistle's manager. However, after a poor start to the 2018–19 Scottish Championship campaign Archibald's 5-year tenure came to an end. He returned to the club as McCall's assistant in 2019.

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Bell




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Chris
Elliott




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Stephen
Hendrie




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Alex
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Niall
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Jordan
McMillan




Steven
Saunders




Craig
Slater




Ryan
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Miles
Storey




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Stadium or Home

Firhill Stadium (commonly referred to as simply Firhill) is a football, rugby union and rugby league stadium located in the Maryhill area of Glasgow, Scotland. Since 1909, the stadium has been the home of Partick Thistle, who currently compete in the Scottish Premiership.

Past ground-sharing agreements have seen Firhill act as a temporary home for two other football clubs, Clyde and Hamilton Academical. It was also a venue for the 2000 Rugby League World Cup and the Glasgow Warriors rugby union team between 2007 and 2012. Furthermore, the stadium was used for a short time by Queen's Park during the 2012 Summer Olympics as their own Hampden Park stadium was in use for the Olympic football competitions. As of 2014, the all-seated capacity of Firhill is 10,102.

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