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[[[LIVE SPORT!]@]] Today: Partick Thistle vs. Queen of the South live free 9 September 2023

Partick Thistle Queen of The South live score (and video online live stream) starts on 9 Sept 2023 at 14:00 UTC time in Challenge Cup, Scotland.

Major[edit] Scottish Cup: Winners (1): 1920–21 Runners up (1): 1929–30 Scottish League Cup: Winners (1): 1971–72 Runners up (3): 1953–54, 1956–57, 1958–59 Minor[edit] Scottish Championship / Scottish Football League First Division, second tier:[145] Winners (6): 1896–97, 1899–1900, 1970–71, 1975–76, 2001–02, 2012–13 Runners up (3): 1901–02, 1991–92, 2008–09 Scottish League One / Scottish Football League Second Division, third tier: Winners (2): 2000–01, 2020–21 Play-off Winners: 2005–06 Scottish Challenge Cup:[146] Runners up: 2012–13 Other[edit] Glasgow Cup Winners (7): 1934–35, 1950–51, 1952–53, 1954–55, 1960–61, 1980–81, 1988–89 Runners up (11): 1888–89, 1900–01, 1911–12, 1914–15, 1917–18, 1919–20, 1932–33, 1936–37, 1959–60, 1966–67, 1968–69 Glasgow Merchants Charity Cup Winners (3): 1926–27, [147] 1934–35, [148] 1948–49 Runners up (7): 1904–05, 1915–16, 1917–18, 1940–41, 1950–51, 1955–56, 1959–60 Summer Cup: 1945 Glasgow Dental Hospital Cup: 1928[149] West of Scotland FA Cup: 1879 Yoker Cup: 1881, 1882, 1883[150] Partick Championship: 1884[151] Greenock Charity Cup: 1893[152] Paisley Charity Cup: 1936 British Cup-Winners' Challenge: 1921[153] Tennents' Sixes: 1993 (last winners)[154] Coronation Cup: 1928, 1929[155][156] ARR Craib Cup: 2012[157] Club records[edit] Highest record home attendance: 49, 838 vs Rangers, Scottish First Division, 18 February 1922[158] Most league appearances: Alan Rough, 410[158] Most league goals in a season: Alex Hair, 41, 1926–27[158] Record defeat: 0–10 v Queen's Park, Scottish Cup, 3 December 1881[158] Record victory: 16–0 v Royal Albert, Scottish Cup 1st round, 17 January 1931[158] Record points total: 78, Scottish First Division, 2012–13[158] Record transfer fee paid: £85, 000 to Celtic for Andy Murdoch, February 1991[158] Record transfer fee received: £350, 000 from Barnsley for Liam Lindsay, June 2017 / £350, 000 from Norwich City for Aidan Fitzpatrick, July 2019 European record[edit] Thistle have participated in European competition on three different occasions.

On the first occasion, they qualified having finished third in the First Division. They progressed to the second round of the Fairs Cup before being eliminated by Spartak Brno. They qualified for the UEFA Cup in 1972–73 after winning the League Cup the previous season; Hungarian side Honvéd eliminated them in the first round. [159] Their most recent European campaign was the 1995 UEFA Intertoto Cup, when they finished 4th with four points in Group 6. [160] Season Competition Round Opponent Home Away Aggregate 1963–64 Inter-Cities Fairs Cup First round Glentoran 3–0 4–1 7–1 Second round Spartak Brno 3–2 0–4 3–6 1972–73 UEFA Cup Budapest Honvéd 0–3 0–1 1995–96 UEFA Intertoto Cup Group 6 LASK Linz – 2–2 Keflavík 3–1 Metz 0–1[161] NK Zagreb 1–2 References[edit] ^ http://stadiumdb. com/stadiums/sco/firhill_stadium ^ Vassallo, Jean; Paul.

^ "Partick Thistle – Background". historicalkits. Partick Thistle History Archive. Archived from the original on 23 June 2021. Retrieved 8 November 2014. ^ Kennedy, Neill. "Sam Kennedy 1902–1910". ptearlyyears. Neill Kennedy. Archived from the original on 26 November 2020. Retrieved 6 November 2014. ^ a b "Club History – Partick Thistle Football Club". Ptfc. Archived from the original on 5 January 2019. Retrieved 30 July 2013. ^ a b "Beware the Jag' sting".

By doing so, they became the first Scottish club to incorporate the flag on a football jersey. Club executive Gerry Britton said: "We are really pleased with how the strips look and hope the supporters will like them as much as we do. We were very clear when putting together the design, that we wanted to make a statement about inclusivity and that’s what inspired the rainbow feature on the away shirt. "[87] Stadium[edit] Fans leave Firhill after an evening match in 2019. Before moving to the Maryhill area in 1909, Partick Thistle hosted their home games over numerous sites in and around Glasgow including Kelvingrove Park, Jordanvale Park and Muir Park. In 1897, the club moved to Meadowside, near the River Clyde.

Partick Thistle Sep 9, 2023Scottish Challenge Cup. 07:00. Partick Thistle. Queen of the South. Sep 15, 2023Scottish Championship. 11:45. Ayr United. Partick

Kingsley was unveiled on 22 June 2015 to coincide with Thistle's new sponsorship with California-based investment firm Kingsford Capital Management. [122] Kingsley succeeded Jaggy MacBee, a bumble bee who had been the club's mascot from 2011 to 2015, as part of the club's sponsorship with Scottish beverage company MacB. [123] Prior to that the mascot was a brightly-coloured toucan called Pee Tee. [124] Kingsley gained widespread notoriety online, having trended worldwide on Twitter, as well as being publicised by major networks such as CNN and The Washington Post, [125] CNN and TIME Magazine. [126][127][128] The launch, and subsequent pictures, appeared across the UK media including in The Daily Telegraph, [129] The Times, BBC, [130] Sky Sports, [131] The Herald, [132] and Talk Sport. [133] Partick Thistle's general manager Ian Maxwell hailed the success of Kingsley in drawing attention to the club, stating that the worldwide interest and TV coverage amounted to the "biggest amount of publicity from a sponsorship launch in Scottish football history".

[113] Notable supporters[edit] American actor David Hasselhoff said he is a fan of the club, and likes the club's values. Mr Hasselhoff also met some of the team for a live TV interview. [114] Maryhill born actor Robert Carlyle (Trainspotting, The Full Monty and The 51st State) is also a famous supporter, stating he would rather watch the Jags than watch Arsenal or Manchester United. [115] Craig Ferguson, former host of the popular American chat show The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. [116] The historian Niall Ferguson was a supporter while growing up in Glasgow.

[138] Current squad[edit] First-team squad[edit] As of 10 August 2023[139] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. On loan[edit] Club staff[edit] Boardroom[edit] Name Role Robert Reid Honorary president Dr Alan Robertson Honorary vice president Alistair Creevy Chairman Chris Ross Chief executive officer Richard Beastall Director Andrew Holloway Caroline Mackie Douglas McCrea Coaching and backroom staff[edit] Kris Doolan Manager Paul McDonald Assistant manager Kenny Arthur Goalkeeping coach Craig Dargo Thistle Weir Youth Academy director Greg McKean Club doctor Rob Dicke Physiotherapist Milan Marinkovic Head of medicine and first team sport scientist Allan Findlay Groundsman Kit manager Source:[140] Managers[edit] Name[141] Years Honours George Easton 1903–1929 Scottish Cup (1920–21) Donald Turner 1929–1947 David Meiklejohn 1947–1959 3rd in the Scottish League (1947–48 & 1953–54) Willie Thornton 1959–1968 3rd in the Scottish League (1962–63) Scot Symon 1968–1970 Davie McParland 1970–1974 League Cup (1971), Division Two (1970–71) Bertie Auld 1974–1980 Division One (1975–76) Peter Cormack 1980–1984 Benny Rooney 1984–1986 1986 Derek Johnstone 1986–1987 Billy Lamont 1987–1988 1988–1989 Sandy Clark 1989–1990 1990–1995 Promotion to Premier Division (1991–92) Murdo MacLeod 1995–1997 John McVeigh 1997–1998 Tommy Bryce 1998–1999 1999–2003 First Division (2001–02), Second Division (2000–01) Gerry Collins 2003 Gerry Britton 2003–2005 Derek Whyte Dick Campbell 2005–2007 First Division Playoffs (2005–06) Ian McCall 2007–2011 Jackie McNamara 2011–2013 Alan Archibald 2013–2018 First Division (2012–13) Gary Caldwell 2018–2019 2019–2023 League One (2020–21) 2023–present Individual achievements[edit] Most appearances[edit] Apps Career Alan Rough 624 1969–1982 587 1953–1974 Jackie Campbell 579 1963–1982 Willie Sharp 571 1939–1957 Jimmy McGowan 543 1941–1956 Eddie McLeod 495 1926–1940 Willie Bulloch 471 1909–1923 Alex Elliott 454 1927–1940 John Harvey 435 1951–1966 Alan Archibald[142] 423 1997–2003, 2007–2013 401 2009–2019 All-time top goalscorers[edit] Goals 229[143] Willie Paul 186 1884–1899 George Smith 125 1953–1964 Jimmy Walker 121 1946–1957 Johnny Torbet 116 1924–1933 Willie Newall[144] 101 1938–1945 Dougie Somner 1974–1979 Alex Hair 98 1923–1928 Davie Ness 97 1923–1935 Honours[edit] Thistle win the 2012–13 Scottish First Division.

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All former players or managers listed have been inducted into either the Scottish Football Hall of Fame or Partick Thistle's own Hall of Fame. These include players who participated in both the 1921 Scottish Cup Final and the 1971 Scottish League Cup Final. [104][105] Scottish Hall of Fame[edit] Club Hall of Fame[edit] Partial list of those in the Club Hall of Fame. [106] Club culture and fanbase[edit] Thistle fans at Almondvale Stadium in May 2018. The club has a relatively modest fanbase which is mostly centred around Northern Glasgow, although they do have pockets of fans from across the globe. [107] Being in close proximity to a large student population the club attracts many new fans from the local universities. The club prides itself on being non-sectarian[108] and, therefore, not involved in the Old Firm division.

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