To be good neighbours. To allow the local community to benefit from our facility as we are fortunate enough to benefit from facilities that other community groups don’t have access to. Foster harmonious relationships with neighbours. Members of the local community will eventually become fans, players and volunteers within the club. To encourage exchanges of best practice within groups.
For more information visit the the official Queens Park FC website
Programme designed to help individuals who would like to increase fitness and lose weight for a long term healthier lifestyle. Combines physical activity and nutrition advice.
Adults over 55 years
Club for over 55’s involving excursions and varied activity afternoons encouraging these members of the community to socialise and make friends.
Adults coping with mental health issues.
This programme offers participants a chance to use football to improve confidence and low self-esteem.
Adults over 35 years
A club which encourages over 35’s to stay fit and make friends through football sessions.
Youth diversionary activity which provides an alternative and positive activity for local youths through playing football.
Children 4-14 years
Saturday 9am-12 noon & Sunday 9-11am
Football coaching and games for children focusing on skill practices and games with fun being a key element.
This session takes place in the indoor games hall from 9am – 10am.
Age 5 & 6
This session takes place in the indoor games hall from 9am-10am.
Dress – children taking part in the indoor sessions are asked to wear t-shirt and shorts or football kit (preferably Queen’s Park kit!). Children should also bring a non-fizzy drink into the hall for rehydration. Parents of children age 4 are asked to remain at the games hall during the session. Viewing areas are available.
Age 7 – 14.
Children age 7 until 14 take part in the sessions held outdoor at Holyrood on the Astroturf.
This takes the form of a two hour session from 10am – 12noon. The first hour has a focus on developing a different football skill each week with fun practises, drills and games included in this session. The second hour is a games session with encouragement to put the skills learned in the first hour into practise.
As this session takes place outdoors, participants are asked to wear suitable clothing: Astro shoes or moulded sole boots as well as football kit with appropriate warm & waterproof equipment-sweat shirt, waterproofs, gloves etc.
Street Football (Midnight League)
Our street football coaches help run football fun sessions at Castlemilk Youth Complex on Friday evenings. These sessions run from 6.30-8.30pm. Please call us for more information.
Football Fans In Training
This program is designed to help males aged between 35 and 65 to eat better, be more active and stay that way long term.
We currently have two FFIT groups working every Tuesday evening from 7-8.30pm.
If you’d like to enrol please call us.
‘Still Game’ is our club for the Over 55′s offering a diverse range of activities such as light exercise, walking and excursions as well as presentations and talks and not forgetting……..a cup of tea!
We meet every Wednesday at 2pm at our base which is the fabulous new JB McAlpine pavilion at Lesser Hampden.
If you would like to come along and meet new friends and also stay active please call Rachael or George on 0141 632 1275 to book your place.
We look forward to meeting you!
Queen’s Park has established a community football programme which offers support to adults facing challenges in their lives. The program was piloted in 2009 and subsequently won a NHS award. A regular weekly football session is available which helps boost confidence and self-esteem as well as providing social interaction for participants which all helps to improve personal wellness.
For more information about Tackling Recovery, please call George Watson on 0141 632 1275.