An amicable agreement has been struck between the Club and Partick Thistle FC to allow Queen’s Park to share the home of the Jags until Lesser Hampden is ready to stage matches.
David Hunter, President, said: “While work continues on developing Lesser Hampden, we have been seeking a good alternative venue to play our fixtures next season following our promotion to League 1.
“I am delighted that our Chief Executive Leeann Dempster and Gerry Britton of Partick Thistle have reached an agreement that means we will continue to play our home fixtures in Glasgow, causing minimum disruption to supporters. I know the news will be welcomed by supporters with happy memories of games we have played at Firhill in the past. Our thanks to Partick Thistle and we are looking forward to the new season.”
Leeann Dempster added: “The discussions with Partick Thistle were very straightforward and I would like to record my thanks to Gerry Britton and the club for their willingness to reach an agreement that is very fair to both clubs. I am delighted this issue has now been resolved, and our supporters can continue to watch our home matches in Glasgow while we carry on with the work of transforming Lesser Hampden.”
Season ticket and match ticket information will be released in due course.