Sport

Sport
Tom Owen-Evans at Falkirk Stadium. Picture: Ian Sneddon

New signing at Falkirk – and more on the way

Falkirk FC

Junior football is changing – and Sibbald is changing Junior football

Football

FIXTURES: Hartley’s first opponents will open Falkirk’s season

Falkirk FC

Bairns box clever with new signing Scott Harrison

Falkirk FC
View from the stands as Scotland take on Brazil in 1982

What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

Football
David Weatherston has previewed the World Cup competitors. He is an ambassador for Support in Mind Scotland. Picture John Devlin.

World Cup 2018: David Weatherston’s preview

Football
Tom Owen-Evans at Falkirk Stadium. Picture: Ian Sneddon

New signing at Falkirk – and more on the way

Falkirk FC
Gary Sibbald led West Calder to their best points tally since the club reformed in the 1950s. Picture Michael Gillen.

Junior football is changing – and Sibbald is changing Junior football

Football

Asda boss claims jobs in Falkirk are safe ... for now

Rugby

Falkirk 21 Musselburgh 21: Almost first win of the season

Falkirk RFC
Jamie Hynd touches down for Jed Forest against Falkirk

Falkirk are ‘sacrificial lambs’ in Jedburgh

Falkirk RFC

No tattoo for Achara but plans for a lasting basketball legacy from Commonwealth Games

Falkirk Fury
Kieron Achara has captained Scotland to the basketball semi-finals (pic by JSHPIX.CO)

Aussies stand between Falkirk four and a Commonwealth medal

Basketball
Fury trained players called up to the Games in the Gold Coast -  Fraser Malcolm (top) Ali Fraser (bottom) Jonny Bunyan (right)  Kieron Achara (left)

CG2018: Falkirk basketballers see off England for Scotland

Falkirk Fury
Fury trained players called up to the Games in the Gold Coast -  Fraser Malcolm (top) Ali Fraser (bottom) Jonny Bunyan (right)  Kieron Achara (left)

CG2018: Falkirk’s Fury four heavily involved for Scotland

Falkirk Fury
Fury trained players called up to the Games in the Gold Coast -  Fraser Malcolm (top) Ali Fraser (bottom) Jonny Bunyan (right)  Kieron Achara (left)

Falkirk Fury send another basketball foursome to Commonwealth Games

Falkirk Fury