Could your local community group, youth organisation or sporting club benefit from Free Tickets before the end of this season?

Queen’s Park’s ‘Free Tickets for Community Initiative’ for season 2023/ 24, in partnership with Rutherglen based entertainment venue McGoldricks, has been a rousing success however we are not finished yet.

McGoldrick’s, who are viewed as the top place for playing American and UK pool as well as snooker and darts, have worked with Scotland’s oldest Football Club to ensure that hundreds of members of the Glasgow southside community, who may not have been at a football game before or for some time, have been able to cheer on the Spiders this season.

A list of local community groups, youth organisations and sporting clubs who have benefitted from the ‘Free Tickets for Community Initiative’ are listed below and we are looking forward to adding to that list with two scheduled games to go at The National Stadium at Hampden.

The first one is on Saturday, April 13 when Inverness Caledonian Thistle come calling and the second on Friday, May 3 when Airdrieonians are the visitors, and we have room on both days for applications from suitable bodies.

Kieran Koszary, Head of Commercial at Queen’s Park saying: “Our partnership with McGoldrick’s has seen hundreds of people attend Queen’s Park games this season. That is an incredible effort from them, and my heartfelt thanks go to Paul and Natasha from McGoldricks who have put a lot of work into making the ‘Free Tickets for Community Initiative’ such a success.

“We are not resting on our laurels and would like to welcome more community groups, youth organisations and sporting clubs to our games against Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Airdrieonians.”

“Details of how tickets can be obtained are listed below.”

Free Tickets for Communities.
If you are interested in The Free Tickets for Community initiative further details can be found HERE or you can contact the club on by email at tickets@queensparkfc.co.uk or calling 0141 632 1275.

Community groups, youth organisations and sporting clubs who have attended Queen’s Park home games this season.

  • AWARE Scotland
  • Carmyle United
  • The Charlie Millar Academy
  • Giffnock 2014s
  • Glasgow Ansar
  • Glasgow Athletic
  • Kilbryde Hospice
  • Neilson 2014s
  • OLM 2016s
  • Quarriers
  • Rossvale 2016s
  • Spartinios
  • Stamperland 2012s
  • Stamperland 2016s
  • Whiteacres Wolves u11s

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