The Stirling City Allstars players were delighted to receive a special guest appearance at their Player of the Year fundraiser on Friday 7th October.




First team Stirling Albion F.C. players Callum Reidford and Daly McSorelytravelled through to meet the team and present the winners with their awards.

The annual night celebrates the club's achievements ahead of their winter break and raises vital funds for the club - unique in Stirling - to offer footballers with disabilities regular training sessions and opportunities to
compete in tournaments.

A terrific sum of over £500 was raised by the occasion. This ensures volunteers can continue to provide coaching over the winter months on a floodlit and allweather

Chairperson Alban Dickson revealed "We were anxious to bring in as much money as possible as it would have been a great shame should we have had to postpone training over winter on sorely financial grounds".

"We have a great team of dedicated volunteers here who once again worked around the clock to ensure tonight was a memorable one for the players as well as bringing in a terrific figure from a raffle, shirt auction and much much

The Allstars also expressed gratitude to former Stirling Albion chairman Peter McKenzie for his generous donation, taken from his recent testimonial game against Rangers F.C. where all proceeds went to causes beneficial to people
with disabilities.

"The club will now be able to continue training over the winter months and as ever we welcome any new players or volunteers interested in becoming involved with the team"

Stirling City Allstars train every Monday night on the synthetic pitch at Wallace High in Stirling between 6.30 and 7.30pm. 

For more information contact Alban Dickson on