Renfrew v Pollok – build up

Renfrew have been busy in the transfer market over the summer, bringing in Ryan Borris (Glenafton), Bob Campbell (Shettleston), Jamie Cunningham (Beith), Craig Dallas (Kilwinning), Richard Henry (Yoker), Ricky McIntosh (Shettleston), David McKenna (Beith) and on the eve of this game, Fraser Chisholm from Troon, his 3rd spell at the club.

Departing New Western Park are Graeme Brown (amateurs), Lee Davison, Jamie Docherty (Arthurlie), Colin Forbes and David Quinn (Glencairn).

Their Sectional League Cup campaign sees them, like Lok, unbeaten in 90 minutes but they lost their last game on penalties at home to Greenock Juniors, following a 3-3 draw. Prior to that they beat both Port Glasgow (1-0) and St. Anthony’s (4-0).

Thanks to Chris Marshall for the graphics

Pollok win Best Sporting Initiative

Pollok FC were delighted to be announced as the winner of the Best Sporting Initiative at The Glasgow Awards earlier this week at a glittering ceremony at the city’s Crowne Plaza hotel.

The award recognises the various community initiatives we have been involved with over the past year including the food bank appeals and work with local schoolchildren.


Fancy being a sweeper for the Lok?

The ground team are looking for some volunteers this Saturday to get the terraces clean and ready for the big kick off on Saturday afternoon.

If you can spare a few hours from 8am on Saturday, drop down to Newlandsfield to lend a hand.

We’ll then kick off the 2018-19 campaign with our Sectional League Cup match against Maryhill at 2pm.


Game off – Pollok v St Andrews Utd

Unfortunately our friendly match tomorrow against St Andrews Utd has been cancelled. This is due to a combination of players returning to fitness from injuries and holidays.

We’d like to thank St Andrews for their understanding and wish them well for the season ahead.

Our next fixture is this Wednesday against Fauldhouse at Benburb’s New Tinto Park.

Longmuir pens contract extension

Pollok are delighted to confirm that Jordan Longmuir has agreed to extend his stay at Newlandsfield for a further two years keeping him at the club until Summer 2021.

Jordan signed for Pollok from Colville Park in 2014 having had previous spells at Bathgate Thistle and Bo’ness Utd. Since signing, Jordan has made the number 1 jersey his own with some memorable moments over the past 4 seasons.

Jordan won consecutive Pollok Player of the Year awards in 2015/16 and 2016/17.

Buy a Brick update

Last season we took orders for the second batch of commemorative bricks. We are sorry that these are not up at Newlandsfield yet. We are working on rectifying this over the summer.

We are planning to process this order in a couple of weeks time so if you wish, you still have a chance to get your brick in this batch to mark a special occasion or give the Pollok FC fan in your life a gift that will see their name in with the bricks at the Newlandsfield Pavilion, which was formally opened almost 40 years ago on July 30th 1978.

The forms will be available at the upcoming friendly games and bricks are priced at £35. If you require any further information, drop us an email on

Thank you again for your support, MTLN!

Club Statement

The club has been contacted this week by members who are concerned about content related to the club which has appeared on some third party websites. As a result, the club wishes to clarify its position on this matter.

Pollok Football Club considers to be its sole online presence, supported by social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Content posted on these channels can be considered the official view of the club unless expressly stated otherwise.

Anything published anywhere else on the internet should be considered third-party and unofficial. While the club recognises that everyone is entitled to their views and can (if they deem it appropriate) share those views online, it should be made very clear that Pollok Football Club has absolutely no responsibility for the administration, moderation, or publication of content on any other website.

Friendly fixtures update

The arrangements of all 3 of our friendly matches have now been finalised as per the fixtures page on the site.

We will now face Bo’ness away next Wednesday before two ‘home away from home’ matches on Saturday 21st and Wednesday 25th July.

Our match against St Andrews Utd will take place at Lochinch Playing Fields within Pollok Park on Saturday 21st before we play Fauldhouse Utd at Benburb’s New Tinto Park on Wednesday 25th with a 7:30pm kick off.

Full fixture details can be found until November on the fixtures page and will be updated once confirmed if there are any changes to our fixtures.

Welcome to Pollok…Danny Boyle

Pollok are delighted to confirm the signing of centre back Danny Boyle from Kirkintilloch Rob Roy.

The 6’4″ defender started his career with Campsie Black Watch and finished under 21 football with Drumchapel Utd before signing for junior side Cumbernauld Utd. He then signed for Rob Roy making over 50 appearances. His CV also includes a short stint at Auchinleck Talbot.

Danny said;

I’m really looking forward to running out at Newlandsfield in the black and white of Pollok. I know that the supporters are very passionate and demand high standards which is what I aim to bring.

Danny will join up with his new teammates at the first day of pre season on Saturday.