Results & Fixtures For St Johnstone FC
On this page, we show the results and fixtures for St Johnstone. However, if you want to see the league position for St Johnstone Football Club, click here.
Currently, St Johnstone plays football in the Scottish Premiership. Staff at the Fanbase here hope that the club and supporters enjoy much success.
The club’s official website is here.
Club Information, In Brief
To begin with, St Johnstone Football Club came into existence in 1884. This fine old football club is from Perth in Scotland. They play their home games in McDiarmid Park which has a capacity of 10,696. This has been their home since 1889.
The club has passionate supporters and the atmosphere can become intense when the stadium is full. However, St Johnston has a reputation for being a yo-yo team.
St Johnstone has the nickname of The Saints and they play in blue and white at home.
Apart from winning the second tier and the Scottish Cup, St Johnstone has very few honours. Hopefully soon, this will all change and success is waiting around the corner? Let us know what you think!
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St Johnstone Promotion
The Football Fan Base is the ideal platform with which to promote St Johnstone FC. This is because we are just as passionate about football as you, the grassroots supporter. Indeed, we would love you to brag and boast about St Johnstone.
We have massive Soccer Blogs here where you can comment on the news articles or even create your own. Also, if you want us to adjust this St Johnstone Info Page, then send us further information about the club. Once we verify it all, we can then update things here.
St Johnstone Fans Forum
Apart from our fully interactive Football Blog here at the Fanbase, we have message boards too. Not only that but within those, we also have the St Johnstone Fans Forum.
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