Scottish Cup holders St Johnstone celebrated their 130th anniversary.
St Johnstone to hold minute’s silence in memory of Perthshire couple killed in Tunisia terror attack
St Johnstone have announced that a minute’s silence will be held ahead of their Europa League tie with Alashkert in memory of a Perthshire couple killed in the Tunisia terror attack.
Thousands of fans lined the streets as St Johnstone celebrated their Scottish Cup victory over Dundee United with an open-top bus tour of the city. Captain Dave Mackay led his men from McDiarmid Park into the city centre, where they were happy to meet and pose for photographs with fans. To buy any DC Thomson photograph phone 0800 318846 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 17 last year is a date that will forever be ingrained in the memory of St Johnstone fans.
St Johnstone’s Europa League tie against FC Minsk this week looks like being played in front of an entirely partisan home crowd.
Football chiefs appeared to perform a dramatic U-turn on a controversial ban on flags and banners at McDiarmid Park in Perth.
St Johnstone fans have been warned to be on their best behaviour at tonight’s Europa League match after smoke bombs were set off and seats wrecked during the last European match at McDiarmid Park.
A proposed ban on the use of flags and banners at the Boxing Day fixture between St Johnstone and Celtic has been lifted.
The police chief for Perth has said any football thugs who let off flares and smoke bombs at McDiarmid Park home of St Johnstone will “get the jail”.
A dedicated duo have recorded a moving ballad to the love of their life St Johnstone FC.