This Saturday the Spiders are hosting Montrose in a SPFL Trust Trophy tie and we would love to see you all again.
The cost of entry to this game has been reduced to £10 per adult and £5 per child with Head of Commercial at Queen’s Park, Kieran Koszary saying: “There was a really nice feeling about the club before, during and after the Hamilton game. Winning 4-0 helped that however the fact that there were so many people new to the club enjoying themselves was the biggest thrill to everyone here.”
“We would like to build on that by having as many people as possible at the Montrose game supporting us again.”
Kieran added: “We have came up with ten festive reasons why adults should come and watch Queen’s Park against Montrose and five festive reasons why children should come to the game as well.”
Ten Festive reasons for adults to come and watch Queen’s Park take on Montrose
- Queen’s Park are the ‘Ho-Ho-Ho’ home team at the easily accessible National Stadium at Hampden, in fact there is ‘snowwhere’ like it.
- Queen’s Park is a club welcome to all, not just ‘Die Hard’ Supporters.
- Join everyone in hoping for a Black and ‘White Christmas’ win over the Gable Endies from Links Park.
- You do not need to be by your ‘elf’ as it costs only £10 per adult and £5 per child for entry.
- It is the only opportunity to watch live SPFL football in Glasgow this weekend – ‘Oh, yes it is’.
- There has not been a Scrooge like goalless draw in any Queen’s Park game this season.
- Watch on as skipper Simon ‘Sleigh them’ Murray looks to add to his 12 goals.
- It is a chance to watch our Christmas Grinch in action – green shirted goalkeeper Calum Ferrie who always likes to ‘Cratchit’ when the ball comes into his box.
- Yule not believe your ‘Mince Pies’ at the quality of the football.
- If you come along, you may just find out why Spiders are for life and not just for Christmas.
But wait there is ‘myrrh’ – Five reasons for children to watch Queen’s Park this weekend
- A chance to see Jake ‘Dasher’ Davidson run from one half to the other.
- It promises to be a ‘Christmas Cracker’ as there has to be a winner on the day.
- The ‘Best way to spread Christmas Cheer’ is singing Queen’s Park songs loud for all to hear.
- See the Three Wise Men of attack – Dom ‘Gaspar’ Thomas, Grant ‘Balthasar’ Savoury and Josh ‘Melchior’ McPake.
- It is a good opportunity to wear your new Black and White hat and wave your new Black and White flag.