We are delighted to offer support to Tweedmouth Rangers by sponsoring After central midfielder Kurt Yule. We are alway happy to help when we can and wish Tweedmouth Rangers all the best.
St Andrews Berwick Rangers Supporters are supporting the Gift of Christmas Appeal Fife this festive season. https://giftofchristmas.wixsite.com/appealfife why don't you help this year by donating a toy for a child? Even a packet of crayons will help. There is an amazon gift list on their webpage to make it even easier to assist.
Gift of Christmas Appeal FIFE is now in its 3rd year.
It aims to ensure that every child and young person in Fife, aged 0-18 years, has gifts to open on Christmas morning.
Gift of Christmas Appeal FIFE is run by 4 Fife mum's and a dad, with 11 kids and several jobs between them, who give up their time for free to run Gift of Christmas Appeal Fife.
It is a Registered Scottish Charity (SC047029) It has over 60 drop-off points across Fife and nearly 10,000 members of its Facebook group page.
With a help from its supporters, donators, volunteers, drop off points, beneficiary organisations, local press, warehouse provider and everyone else who has taken the time to help along the way, Gift of Christmas Appeal Fife can make a real difference to the lives of many many children and families across Fife at Christmas.
2018 drop off points open 1st November 2018!
we are delighted to sponsor the home shirt of the reserved team keeper and we are hoping to offer a little more support to Shea Dowie in the coming weeks.
St Andrews Berwick Rangers Supporters are delighted to offer support to the seniors in their final game of the year by sponsoring their match against Glasgow Rangers Seniors. We wish the lads all the best!
St Andrews Berwick Rangers Supporters are delighted to offer support to Shea Dowie the reserve team keeper. Shea has been included in two match day squads so far this season at the time of this article. That means seven Berwick Reserve players have now featured in a competitive first team squad during 2018/19. Hopefully things are looking up for the reserves and there’s a path into the first team.
St Andrews Berwick Rangers Supporters are fond of a keeper, we sponsor Sean Brenan’s kits this season and have sponsored his home kit for the last couple of seasons. Sean was also the winner of the St Andrews Berwick Rangers Supports outstanding performance award a couple of years ago in season 16/17 for his standout performance in an away game to Forfar.
So as we are so fond of keepers we are going to offer further support. We approached Sean to ask about his gloves, the hidden expense of a keeper, that additional thing that you have to buy that an outfield player doesn’t and can cost a fair bit. Sean has a deal with s1goalkeeping.co.uk who provide his glove at a discount rate as part of a sponsorship deal and Sean suggested that we support Shea, the reserve team keeper. As a board member of the supporters trust who financially support the reserve team this was a good fit and a nice gesture from Sean to think about Shea in this way. Of course we are going to have to have an interview/chat with both Sean and Shea for the website. Gordon, a member of St Andrews Berwick Rangers Supporters has suggested an interview in the style of Shoot! Magazine….
We are hoping to catch up with the keepers in the next few weeks and badger them with the following Shoot! Style questions.
What do you do when you are not playing football?
What's your favourite song?
What is your favourite car? (or What type of car would you like to own?)
What is your favourite meal?
What is your favourite holiday?
Right-handed or left-handed?(Right footed or left-footed?)
boot size and glove size?
Are there any other footballers in your family?
Who told you that you should be a goalkeeper?
Who is your footballing hero?
What is the best moment in your career so far?
What’s the worst?
What is your match day routine for a home game?
What’s in your kit bag for a match?
Do you have any pre match superstitions? Lucky socks for example.
How do you wind down after a game?
When do the Christmas decorations go up in your house?
As a club we are very short of volunteers on match days. We are especially short this Saturday due to illness and holidays. The club need volunteers to sell 50x50 tickets , to man the concession turnstile and bar work. Any one interested please be at the stadium at 1pm on Saturday.
I have volunteered my services, I’ve done it before and I’ll do it again. You can’t support a part time club and not help out when they need it if you are in a position to do so.
so after a conversation I’ve decided to compile a list of the ticket prices in Scottish league 2.
The most expensive adult tickets are at Elgin City and Queens Park. Elgin offer a discount if you don’t want access to the stand.
The cheapest tickets are at Annan, Berwick, Cowdenbeath,Edinburgh, Elgin and Peterhead. All have the same price.
The most expensive concession tickets are Elgin and Stirling Albion. Again Elgin offer a discount if you don’t want access to the stand. Given that most concessions are older access to the stand is a must to get a seat.
The cheapest tickets are to be found at Queen’s Park.
The difference between the most expensive adult ticket and the cheapest is 15.38%
The difference between the most expensive concession ticket and the cheapest is 57%
Adults:-£12 Adult & Child (under 12 years):-£12 (Accompanied Children U12 free entry). Concessions:-£6 (Concession entry covers Senior Citizens (65+), Juniors under 16
adults £13, concessions £7 and under 16s £2.
Adults: £12 Concessions*: £8 Under 16s: £2
Adults: £13 Concessions (Senior Citizens, Students, Under 18-s): £8 Under-12s: FREE
Adults - £12 OAP (65 and over) - £6 Youths (under 16) - £6
Adults: £12. Concessions: £6 (OAP 65 years +, Students with matriculation card, under 18s. Under 12s: Free with any paying adult
Ground Adults £12. Concessions £7.
Stand Adults £14. Concessions £9.
Adult entry is £12.00, while concessions 12-16year olds, seniors (65+), students enter for £6.00.
Adult £14. Senior Citizen (over 65) £5per match. Student/Unemployed (proof required) £3per match. Child (16 and under) £3per match
Admission is £13 for adults, £9 seniors & students, £5 for U16s and free for U12s.
Berwick Rangers have appointed a new manager Johnny Harvey.
St Andrews Berwick Rangers Supporters would like to welcome him and wish him all the best at the club.
Berwick Rangers FC are pleased to welcome Johnny Harvey as the Clubs new First Team Manager, following the resignation of Robbie Horn 11 days ago. The vacancy attracted a large number of applicants, and interviews were held yesterday after a rigorous short-listing process. Harvey, 36, is widely acknowledged as one of the brightest managerial prospects outside the SPFL, having enjoyed success with Edinburgh United, Haddington Athletic and most recently with Penicuik Athletic. He will take charge of the squad with immediate effect, and his first game will be this weekends Scottish Cup clash with Gretna.
Vice Chairman John Bell, who led the recruitment process, said: “Johnny made a real impact on the interviewing panel with his infectious enthusiasm, attention to detail and a real desire to do well at Berwick Rangers. After his presentation there was no doubting that he was the man for the job and we’re delighted to have secured his services”. Berwick Rangers would like to express their gratitude to Penicuik for their co-operation.
St Andrews Berwick Rangers Supporters would like to thank Robbie Horn for his time at the club and wish him all the best in his future endeavours. it was a refreshing change to have a manger as open and approachable at the club. All the best Robbie.
@footballNation tweeted this:
It's #WorldAnimalDay, so we thought we'd pull up a few clubs that feature an animal on their crest.
@OfficialBRFC - Bear
@ASRomaEN - Wolf
@fckoeln_en - Goat
@swfc - Owl
Can you think of any others? (bonus points for obscurity) 🤔
I’ve gone through the the Scottish clubs and listed 49 before I’ve given up. I’m sure I’ve missed a few but it’s a time consuming process and I’m now bored... although I’m in the dark as to why Fraserburgh have an Ostrich!