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Present the Petrofac Training Cup at the 2016 Final!

 

The Petrofac Training Cup Final takes place on Sunday 10th April at Hampden Park, Glasgow and one lucky Peterhead FC fan will have the chance to be right at the heart of the action!

Petrofac Training Services, proud sponsors of the Cup, are ditching the suits once more in favour of giving one supporter the opportunity to present the Petrofac Training Cup to their team should they be victorious.

This time around they want to do something a little bit different however. They'd like supporters to nominate someone they think deserves this fantastic opportunity, and in 100 words or less explain 'why'.

Perhaps you know someone who has supported Peterhead FC their entire life? Perhaps this is a prize that would have tremendous sentimental value to someone you care about...or maybe you'd just like to nominate yourself to be in with a chance of handing the silverware to your team!

All you need to do is fill in the form at www.petrofactrainingcup.com/present-the-cup with the requested details to be in with a chance of winning. Good luck!

Terms and conditions apply. One Rangers FC fan and one Peterhead FC fan will be selected. Winners contacted by Tuesday 15th March. Winners will have 48 hours from receipt of email to claim their prize (instructions will be provided). Valid email address required.

JANUARY PLATINUM CLUB DRAW,
£500 - Valerie McDonald (61)
£200- Ailsa Grant (185)
£100- Norman Crighton (75)
Fri 29 Jan 2016

Latest PFC Updates

Game on   :    The game against Albion Rovers at Balmoor tomorrow is on. The pitch is 100% playable. Wind speeds of 45MPH are predicted. The game against Stenhousemuir was played in wind speeds of between 47- 50 MPH.  Please come along and cheer on Jim and the boys as they try to consolidate their 3rd place position in our quest to reach the play offs in May.

 

Scott Ferries out on loan  :  Our talented young midfield player Scott Ferries has been loaned to League 2 side East Stirling for one month. The ex Aberdeen and ICT youngster requires game time and we wish him well as he joins ex Blue Toon favourite Craig Tully at the `Shire.

Platinum Club Winners October 2015

The winners for October draw are -

£500 - Lauren Bruce (Ball num: 167)

£200 - True Blue Tooners (Ball num: 143)

£100 - James Jamieson Jnr (Ball num: 48)

Scottish Cup third-round draw

Stranraer v Buckie Thistle

Queen's Park v Forfar Athletic

Formartine United v Fort William or Cove Rangers

Dumbarton v Alloa Athletic

East Fife or Stirling Albion v Cumbernauld Colts

Albion Rovers v Greenock Morton

Falkirk v Turriff United or Fraserburgh

Wick Academy or Nairn County v Linlithgow Rose

Peterhead v Livingston

Huntly v Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale or Montrose

Elgin City v Raith Rovers

Airdrieonians v Brechin City

Ayr United v Dunfermline Athletic

Inverurie Loco Works v Annan Athletic

Stenhousemuir v East Kilbride or Forres Mechanics

Cowdenbeath v Arbroath

Ties to be played weekend of Saturday 28 November

Semi-final of the Petrofac Training Cup,

Queens Park v Peterhead

What do you think of the draw? Let us know over on our Facebook page,

https://www.facebook.com/peterheadfc

 

                             

Fortnight of Action 2015 – Scotland

Welcome to Show Racism the Red Card’s annual Fortnight of Action. The 2015 Fortnight of Action will unite Scottish football in making a stand against racism. We believe that it is vital to highlight the anti-racism message at this time, in conjunction with Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE).

All professional clubs will make a stand against racism over one weekend whether at home or away. We have coordinated the participation of the clubs’ actions to make it the biggest and most high profile fortnight so far.

At every SPFL game on Friday 16th, Saturday 17th, and Sunday 18th October, clubs will be united in calling for an end to racism in football and in society. Players in over 40 European countries are involved in similar events as part of the Football Against Racism in Europe (FARE) network against racism and discrimination.

Show Racism the Red Card has received excellent support from football clubs, football authorities and football fans over the length and breadth of Scotland - we would like to take this opportunity to thank you all. We have heard of many instances where supporters have been proactive in promoting the anti-racism message, making it clear that racism and discrimination are not welcome at their club. We urge fans to continue to support the anti-racism message; it is the responsibility of us all to ensure that it is carried beyond the Fortnight of Action and beyond the terraces.

Neil Doncaster, Chief Executive of the SPFL, said: “Football is a powerful medium to break down barriers and promote tolerance. Our clubs have supported Show Racism the Red Card since season 2003/04 and once again, this united action in support of the campaign sends out the positive message that football is a game to be enjoyed by all."

The campaign will continue to speak to all football clubs, the football authorities and the police to eradicate all forms of racist behaviour.

The SPFL and its clubs deplore all forms of racism and any racist behaviour will not be tolerated at SPFL.

This year the campaign has continued to develop partnerships with local authorities to deliver educational workshops combined with football coaching sessions in a number of regions. The workshops are delivered by a dedicated team of education workers and ex-professional footballers, providing a very positive method of educating our young people about the negative impact racism has on Scottish society.

Here’s a brief outline of what’s taking place during the Fortnight of Action this year:

  • Anti-racism football festivals and projects across Scotland.
  • Show Racism the Red Card actions at SPFL, Scottish Women’s Premier League, Scottish Women’s Football League, Scottish Junior Football matches.
  • ‘Unite Against Racism’ actions at UEFA Champions League fixtures.
  • Educational workshops in schools and community groups across Scotland.

Football is a sport that is followed by people across the world, and football matches should be an enjoyable experience for all, whatever their background. We all have a part to play in stamping out racism in football and society.

If you see or hear racism or sectarianism at any level of football, please report it to the stewards or police.

Our website also includes updates on Fortnight of Action events and more information on the Show Racism the Red Card campaign in Scotland.

www.theredcardscotland.org

Show your support for tackling racism:

Follow us on twitter: @SRtRCScotland

Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/theRedCardScotland

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