30th June 2014 – Opening League Fixtures
Opening League fixtures are as follows : Saturday 30th August – St. Roch’s(H) Saturday 6th September – Port Glasgow(A) Saturday 20th July – East Kilbride Thistle(H)
30th June 2014 – Revised Pre-Season Fixtures
Revised pre-season fixtures are as follows : Saturday 19th July – Forth Amateurs – St.Andrew’s High School, Coatbridge Tuesday 22nd July – Cambusnethan Talbot – Dalziel Park Saturday 26th July – Stoneyburn Juniors – Kingshill Park Tuesday 29th July – Carluke Rovers – Kingshill Park (Clydesdale Cup Semi-final) Saturday 2nd August – Edinburgh United – Paties Road Wednesday 6th August – Rutherglen Glencairn – Clyde Gateway Stadium
25th June 2014 – Sectional League Cup Dates
Dates for the Sectional League Cup games are as follows : Saturday 9th August 14:00 – Wishaw Juniors – Kingshill Park Tuesday 12th August 19:45 – Carluke Rovers – John Cumming Stadium Saturday 16th August 14:00 – Newmains United – Victoria Park Saturday 23rd August 14:00 – Shotts Bon Accord – Kingshill Park
25th June 2014 – Wishaw Away in the West of Scotland Cup
The Wanderers have been drawn away to Wishaw in the 1st round of the West of Scotland Cup. The game will be played at the Beltane on a date to be announced.
12th June 2014 – Pre-Season Fixtures
The Wanderers have announced some pre-season fixtures as follows : Saturday 19th July – tbc Saturday 26th July – Stoneyburn Juniors – Kingshill Park Tuesday 29th July – Carluke Rovers – Kingshill Park (Clydesdale Cup Semi-final) Saturday 2nd August – Rutherglen Glencairn – Clyde Gateway Stadium
15th May 2014 – J.C. Hutchison
After two seasons with the Wanderers, keeper J.C. Hutchison has signed for Rutherglen Glencairn. John Charles made 49 competitive appearances for the Forth and deservedly won the 2012/13 Player of the Year award. Everyone at the club would like to thank him for his efforts over the past couple of years and wish him well at the Clyde Gateway Stadium.
29th April 2014 – Wanderers Finish Fourth
Wishaw’s 2-1 victory at East Kilbride last night consigned Forth to the Central Second Division for another year, the Beltane men finishing a point ahead of the Wanderers. We’d like to congratulate Blantyre Vics,Vale of Clyde and Wishaw on their respective promotions and hopefully we can finish at least one place higher next season and join them in the league above.
20th April 2014 – Forth 4 Newmains 2
Forth defeated Newmains by 4 goals to 2 yesterday, thanks to a goal from Chris McGroarty and a Jamie Lindsay hat-trick. The visitors pegged the Wanderers back twice in an entertaining game at a sunny Kingshill Park. Forth have now completed their campaign and sit on 39 points, 5 ahead of Wishaw who need 6 points from their final two games to pip the Wanderers to the final promotion spot.
12th April 2014 – Port Glasgow 4 Forth 2
The Wanderers promotion hopes are hanging by a thread after they squandered a two goal lead to lose 4-2 at the Port Glasgow Community Stadium this afternoon. Forth, with the wind at their backs,held a 2-0 half time advantage courtesy of goals from John Watson and Tony Traynor but the Port harnessed the wind to great effect in the second half, scoring four goals without reply.
5th April 2014 – Forth 4 East Kilbride 1
Three goals in the last 10 minutes gave the Wanderers a vital victory by four goals to one against East Kilbride this afternoon. Tony Traynor put Forth ahead early on but Fraser Craig equalised for the visitors minutes later. Craig was then sent off on 64 minutes for kicking out at Chris Lennon but it took Forth until the 80th minute to regain the lead through Jordan Smith. A Jamie Lindsay penalty and one from Chris Lennon wrapped things up.
29th March 2014 – Newmains 1 Forth 3
Goals from Tony Traynor,Andrew Gilchrist and Jamie Lindsay from the penalty spot gave the Wanderers victory against Newmains United at Victoria Park yesterday.
22nd March 2014 – Forth 2 Vale of Leven 1
Goals from Chris Lennon and John Watson gave the Wanderers a vital victory in a tough encounter with Vale of Leven at Kingshill Park this afternoon. The Wanderers withstood an early barrage from the Vale to record their fifth straight victory and continue their promotion push.
15th March 2014 – Blantyre Vics 1 Forth 2
Forth kept their promotion hopes alive with a hard fought 2-1 victory over Blantyre Vics at Castle Park yesterday afternoon. Two goals early in the second half from Jamie Lindsay were enough to seal the points after the hosts had led through a first half penalty. The game was marred by an injury to the Vics Stuart Mills, who broke his patella, and everyone at Forth Wanderers would like to wish him a successful operation and a speedy recovery.
1st March 2014 – Forth 8 St.Roch’s 0
Forth demolished St.Roch’s by eight goals to nil at Kingshill Park this afternoon. The visitors had three players and two of their management team sent off. The Wanderers goals came from Andrew Gilchrist,a Jamie Lindsay penalty,Tony Traynor,David Grant,Bryan Felvus and a hat-trick from second half substitute Chris Lennon.
22nd February 2014 – Wishaw 3 Forth 1
Forth lost 3-1 to Wishaw at the Beltane this afternoon in a game in which the Wanderers enjoyed plenty of posession. However, clinical finishing from the hosts ensured that Chris Lennon’s late goal was merely a consolation. As the old cliche says, we’ll play worse and win.
15th February 2014 – St. Roch’s Game Off
Today’s match against St.Roch’s has been postponed, a combination of rain and snow making the park unplayable.