'Support Your local Football Team'
Buckie Thistle Fixtures 2014-2015 Click here
Latest BTSC Guest book post
BTSC player of the Year: Please be aware that voters slips will be available this Saturday at the Turnstiles and Supporters Cabin to register your vote for the Buckie Thistle Supporters Club Player of the Year.
Buckie Thistle History from 1889 onwards Click here to read all about the club, how it was started, the glory years.The not so glory years and everything else
Turriff United v Buckie Thistle Match photos courtesy of Allan Robertson Click here
Buckie Thistle Supporters Club Fundraising events this coming year:
We are in the process of finalising or fundraising schedule for the 2015, coming up will be
Cycle run, Tombola and Coffee mornings-dates, times and more details will be available on line shortly.
Buckie Thistle Football Club News.Read all the latest:
Would you like one of your Family or Friends to be Buckie Thistle Mascot at one of the Jags home matches?
Here is the package for only £75.00
*Free admission for 2 Adults + Mascot *Meet the Management/players *Lead the Jags onto park at Kick off *Replica Jags strip *Match day programme *Mitre match Ball signed by players *Halftime tea & sandwiches *Photo in next Match day programme Interested? Give Graeme a call 07968 576 406 or Raymond 07950 034 435 make someone happy :)
Football Club Membership:
Click here to download a membership form for Buckie Thistle Football club. All completed forms along with £15 fee should be returned to a Office bearer of Buckie Thistle Football Club -Not the Supporters Club. Any queries should be directed to buckie thistle.net for further advice
Jags Jackpot : (Run by the Football club)
As a much needed fund-raiser the Jags have introduced the ‘Jags Jackpot' from season 2012/ 13. The Jags Jackpot was initiated to help towards the significant running costs of the club. Each season there are major expenses including the cost of wages, transport, insurance et al. Although the Jags are a well supported team the monies that are raised from season tickets and match day receipts only amount to 15-20% of the Club turnover so fund-raisers like the Jackpot are absolutely vital.
The Jags Jackpot leaflets which are self-explanatory are currently being distributed this week through a door to door mail-shot that cover's Fochabers to Cullen.
The Paypal set up as a method of payment will be set up shortly, for the time being payment to be made through a Direct Debit that's inside the leaflet.
Help Support the Jags by Supporting this Fund-Rasing - The more members we get the bigger the prize!
Contact the Football club Website above for further details:
Jags Around the World Below. 'We want to hear from you'
Did you Know!
We are always on the lookout to publish some interesting but sometimes barely known facts about the Jags and Supporters.
Did You Know 16 The Rooks Poem
Some time ago we came across a story around a poem The Rooks which had been compiled in the 1930s, Happy to say we have now located this poem thanks to Sinclair -Jags Fan who located the poem on a Scottish football archive site and it is as follows below.
There is a famous football team ,It‟s name‟s known far and wide
They wear the famous green and white, Renowned from Wick to Clyde
Their records made in seasons past Will stand till times no more
The heroes‟ names will ever last Their deeds thrill to the core.
Let other teams their teams support One thought consoles us all
These foes admit that Thistle are Supreme in North football.
Though some are fresh from Junior ranks, They‟re artists one and all
Possessing each the Thistle touch They never waste a ball.
The master touch marks every move From back to forward line
Their parlour passing goes to prove They‟re real Thistle all the time.
Click here to read more facts about the Jags.
!Attention all supporters New laws affect football supporters
On March 1st 2012 two new offences came into force.The first criminalises football related behaviour which is threatening, hateful and offensive to a reasonable person and is likely to incite public disorder.
The second criminalises threats of serious violence, or threats inciting religious hatred,on the internet or sent though the post.
Football is our national game and is embedded in our communities.It can and should reflect the best of Scotland and there is a wealth of public support for tackling the negative behaviour associated with a minority of fans.
The new laws will in no way infringe on the rights or behaviour of the vast majority of law abiding football supporters,but they will mean that songs and behaviour expressing religious and other forms of hatred will not be tolerated on the terraces,in pubs,or on our streets.Police and prosecutors will have the additional tools needed to deal with the unacceptable actions of a very small minority.
Football gives us a reason to be proud and passionate about our teams and our country,Lets make sure its a game to be proud of.
To find out more visit www.scotland.gov.uk/saferfootball
BTSC Mission Statement
We will actively pursue the creation of excellent relationships between fans from all clubs to enable a safe and friendly environment for all to watch a football game.
Racism Bigotry and associated violence has no part in football and we will take all measures necessary to enable the eradication of any of these issues.
Buckie Thistle Supporters Club believe firmly in developement of community relations within the town and surrounding areas with the contribution of Financial and Physical resources where possible.
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