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[115] Craig Ferguson, former host of the popular American chat show The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. [116] The historian Niall Ferguson was a supporter while growing up in Glasgow. [117] Laura Kuenssberg, BBC Political editor. [116] Hollyoaks actor Chris Fountain. [118] Jack Revill, DJ from Glasgow better known as Jackmaster. [119] Former Tennis player Colin Fleming is a self proclaimed Jags fan, following in his family's footsteps as he attended games when he was younger and kept track of Thistle's results while on tour.


Chants and songs[edit] Thistle fans sing songs during matches, some of which are relatively generic but others which are unique. Choruses of "He Wears Number 9", "Rellow Army", "Mary fae Maryhill", "Over Land and Sea", "Forever and Ever", "We've Followed the Thistle for Many a Day" (to the tune of Wild Rover), "Oh Maryhill is wonderful", "We’re a well known Glasgow Football Team", "Super Ian McCall", "We score when we want" and "Gerry Britton is the King of Spain" are commonly heard in the singing section of the home support, in the John Lambie stand. [113] Notable supporters[edit] American actor David Hasselhoff said he is a fan of the club, and likes the club's values. Mr Hasselhoff also met some of the team for a live TV interview. [114] Maryhill born actor Robert Carlyle (Trainspotting, The Full Monty and The 51st State) is also a famous supporter, stating he would rather watch the Jags than watch Arsenal or Manchester United.


The "Glasgow derby" is therefore contested with Clyde, sometimes dubbed the "Old Firm alternative". [111] One of the fiercest rivals were Airdrieonians with past violent clashes between fans including Airdrie's Section B group, however this rivalry has faded with time. [110] Strong rivalries also existed with Clydebank due to the geographic proximity and controversial ownership in the past (with plans which almost saw both clubs bankrupt); and local rivals Kilmarnock. [112] The club has a more modern rivalry with Morton, which stemmed from the 2012–13 title race; Thistle won the First Division and Morton finished runners-up.


[123] Prior to that the mascot was a brightly-coloured toucan called Pee Tee. [124] Kingsley gained widespread notoriety online, having trended worldwide on Twitter, as well as being publicised by major networks such as CNN and The Washington Post, [125] CNN and TIME Magazine. [126][127][128] The launch, and subsequent pictures, appeared across the UK media including in The Daily Telegraph, [129] The Times, BBC, [130] Sky Sports, [131] The Herald, [132] and Talk Sport. [133] Partick Thistle's general manager Ian Maxwell hailed the success of Kingsley in drawing attention to the club, stating that the worldwide interest and TV coverage amounted to the "biggest amount of publicity from a sponsorship launch in Scottish football history". [134] The Kingsley mascot has become a major source of merchandising potential for the club, with demand outstripping supply. [134] Partick Thistle Women[edit] Thistle Weir Ladies Football Club was officially founded as part of the Thistle Weir Academy in 2014, having previously existed as part of the Charitable Trust for one year prior to that.


The club's first recorded match (and victory) took place in February against a local junior team, named Valencia. [3] The location of this match, and thereby Thistle's first home ground, was recorded as 'Overnewton Park', which is thought to have been located next to Overnewton Road, just south of Kelvingrove Park. [4] Having established themselves as the most popular team locally ahead of the likes of Partick F. C., in 1891 Partick Thistle joined the Scottish Football Alliance, one of several competitions set up immediately after the formation of the Scottish Football League in 1890. The club won the Second Division championship in 1897 and were elected to the First Division.


[49] Caldwell performed a large squad overhaul in January including the key signing of Scott McDonald who went on to score 7 goals in 13 games. [50] Caldwell managed to turn the season around with the club finishing in 6th position and avoiding further relegation to League One with a 3–0 away win to Queen of the South thus removing the threat of the relegation play-offs. [51] Although safe, Caldwell released striker Kris Doolan who ended his decade-long stay at the club after being informed that his contract would not be renewed. Other players to depart included Miles Storey, Scott McDonald, Niall Keown and Souleymane Coulibaly.


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