10 in a row champs Glasgow City hit seven in league opener

Ten in a row title champions Glasgow City got the new Scottish Women’s Premier League season off to an excellent start with a thumping 7-0 win over Stirling University at Airdrie’s Excelsior Stadium.

Police are warning fans ahead of Sunday's Old Firm game to behave themselves.

Supporters urged to focus on football at this weekends Old Firm game.

Greater Glasgow’s police chief is urging supporters to “focus on the football” ahead of this Sunday’s Scottish Premiership fixture between Celtic and Rangers.

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Stewart Regan, Chief Executive; Andrew McKinlay, Chief Operating Officer, Scottish Football Association and David Little, Chief Executive, Scottish Youth Football Association appeared before the Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee to give evidence on Child Protection in sport  Pic: Andrew Cowan/Scottish Parliament

488 youth football coaches suspended over disclosure checks

Hundreds of Scottish youth football coaches and officials have been suspended for failing to complete comprehensive background checks.

Well done to a very special team.

Well done to the boys in red and black

Giffnock United Disability/ASM team have been awarded the end of season prizes after a fantastic winning streak.

St Cadoc's youth FC  and Kenny Miller hand over 2 cheques  for �8,000 each to The Beatson  Cancer Centre and St Andrews Hospice.

St Cadocs Youth Club gala dinner raised a staggering £24,000

St Cadocs Youth Club staged their first annual Gala Charity Dinner recently, which was a resounding success.

Pollok players celebrate scoring during the 6-1 rout of Arthurlie (Pic by Ross MacDonald)

Pollok land biggest win at Arthurlie since 1975

Pollok returned from Arthurlie’s Dunterlie Park with their biggest victory at that ground since 1975, making the short journey back to Newlands with a 6-1 scoreline.

One of the many teams  which play under the umbrella banner of Arthurlie Juniors Football Academy.

Footy academy nets donation

An expanding football academy has been boosted by a £1,000 donation from a West of Scotland builder.

Paddy Boyle scores the winning penalty for Ayr United against Queen's Park (Pic by Ian Cairns)

Queen’s knocked out on penalties

League One Queen’s Park cruelly exited the William Hill Scottish Cup 5-4 on penalties to Championship side Ayr United on Tuesday night.

Gregor Fotheringham celebrates after scoring a backheel goal for Queen's Park in their 2-1 win over Airdrie (Pic by Ian Cairns)

Queen’s just a point off playoffs after win

Newly promoted Queen’s Park continued their fine season in League One with a 2-1 home success over Airdrie last Saturday.


Tartan Army warned over email scam

Members of the Scotland supporters’ association have been warned to ignore an email from the organisation today.

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Linlithgow Rose and Bo'ness United could face each other in the Scottish Junior Cup

Scottish Junior Cup draw: cup crackers in store

The draw for the fourth round of the Scottish Junior Cup has thrown up the prospect of some mouthwatering collisons between some of the junior game’s heavyweights.

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Paul Woods shoots home for Queen's Park in their 2-0 Scottish Cup third round home win over Montrose (Pic by Ian Cairns)

Queen’s oust Montrose in Scottish Cup

Queen’s Park qualified for the William Hill Scottish Cup fourth round with a 2-0 home success over Montrose at Hampden on Tuesday night.

VIDEO - England v Scotland classic moments

VIDEO - England v Scotland classic moments

Ahead of Friday’s big showdown between England and Scotland at Wembley, it’s time to delve into the past and revisit some classic England v Scotland drama.

Kirkintilloch Rob Roy have already landed one trophy this season

Junior Cup: third round draw

The draw has been made for the third round of the Scottish Junior Cup - with a number of cracking ties in prospect.

Hibernian's John McGinn, left, battles with St Mirren's Lawrence Shankland at Easter Road. Picture: Garry Williamson/SNS

Hibs’ Martin Boyle justifies Neil Lennon’s selection choice

If the recently sidelined Jason Cummings thought he had his work cut out trying to force his way back into manager Neil Lennon’s thinking prior to the weekend match, he could find it even tougher now.

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Hearts striker Conor Sammon shows his frustration against Kilmarnock. Picture: Ross Parker/SNS

Robbie Neilson backs strikers to end Hearts’ goal drought

Hearts manager Robbie 
Neilson is reminding all who will listen that scoring goals is tough. But even he could not have expected it to prove just as tricky as it has for his 
Tynecastle strikeforce.

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