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Saint Anthonys FC

Why Saint Anthonys FC

Fantastic Social Media Presence
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Worldwide Fan Base Following
Saint Anthonys FC Default location
435 Shieldhall Road
Glasgow G51 4HT
United Kingdom

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Saint Anthony’s Football Club

Hello and welcome to the official SNAP Sponsorship profile of Saint Anthony’s Football Club! We are delighted to announce that we have now partnered with SNAP to promote our sponsorship opportunities, connect with prospective business partners and build a sustainable future for our club and the wider community.


Why Sponsor Us?

Here are three reasons why your business should sponsor Saint Anthony’s Football Club!

Increased Brand Awareness

Saint Anthony’s FC has a wide range assets which are available for purchase. Sponsorship of our club would ensure that your business receives increased brand awareness which will allow you to market your products to our audience.


Major Client Network

Saint Anthony’s FC has a massive following through both players and social members. Sponsorship of our club would enable your business to promote its products to the potential clients within our growing network.


Support Community Development

Saint Anthony’s FC has major plans to expand our club to become a fundamental part of our area. Sponsorship of our club will facilitate this development, positively impacting on the experience that we can supply to the local community.  


Please notify the club if there are any sponsorship opportunities which are not currently present on our SNAP profile. To register your interest in any of our sponsorship packages please contact our page or an official club representative directly. 


The Club Today

Saint Anthony’s FC are a Scottish non-league football side based in Govan, Glasgow. At present we have ten teams which consist of a mens senior first team and under 20’s side, who play in the West of Scotland Football League, a Ladies Senior side who are registered with the SWF, a 2009's and a 2008's boys team who play in the SYFA two over 50’s walking football teams and two over 50's SuperVets teams within our set-up. The club has roughly 150 people involved at the club through players, coaches and committee.

We are about to setup a mini kickers programme at McKenna Park as we start to offer recreational football to the local community. 

In 2018 the club was adopted by Roma FC as part of the national non-league campaign and still maintains close ties with the organisation to this day. Further information on this story can be found here:

Saint Anthony’s FC are also the proud owners of a British Record. In the 1935/36 season St Anthony’s played a total of 88 competitive fixtures. This is a British record for any professional or semi-professional football club. Despite this congested schedule the Ants still managed to maintain the club’s charitable traditions for the benefit of our community.



Saint Anthony’s FC is attempting to raise funds to obtain its SFA National Club License. Once this is obtained the club can qualify for entry into the Scottish Cup each season. We intend to use our club to grow as a focal point within our local community offering a quality standard of football to individuals – regardless of age, ability or socio-economic background. However, our work does not stop there. As a club we want to use our platform to help develop our region in any way that we can, which is why we have plans to supply external networks such as homework clubs, employability classes and support groups.



Saint Anthony’s FC was formed in 1902. The club was initially part of the League of The Cross Temperance movement. Around this time plans for a town hall were in development until the venture ran out of money. The was eventually completed after a local church provided financial assistance, upon the request that it would be named St Anthony’s League of the Cross. In 1905 the club joined the league as St Anthony’s Football and Athletic Club. Since our entry the club has won every available honour except for the Scottish Junior Cup. After the war the club experienced a slight decline but was eventually saved by the diligent work from Felix Mckenna who took over in the late 50’s and restored success both on and off the field.


Cup Honours

Scottish Junior Cup Runners-Up – 1918/19, 1924/25

West of Scotland Junior Cup Winners – 1937/38

Glasgow Junior Cup Winners – 1918/19, 1921/22, 1940/41, 1945/46

Glasgow Junior Charity Cup Winners – 1917/18, 1918/19, 1920/21, 1922/23

Glasgow North-Eastern Junior Cup Winners – 1918/19, 1932/33, 1955/56

Scottish Junior League Victory Cup Winners – 1918/19, 1921/22


League Honours

Scottish Junior League Champions – 1916/17, 1918/19, 1919/20, 1920/21

Scottish Central League Division ‘C’ Winners – 1947/48

Western Region Central District Division 2 Winners – 2002/03


Other Honours

Cowan Memorial Match Winners – 1920/21

Elder Cottage Hospital Charity Cup Winners – 1923/24, 1935/36, 1944/45

Erskine Hospital Charity Cup Winners – 1950/51, 1951/52, 1976/77

Kirkwood shield Winners – 1919/20 (shared), 1920/21, 1943/44, 1945/46 (shared)

McCaffer Testimonial Tournament Winners – 1922/23

Paisley & District Junior Cup Winners – 1919/20

Scottish Junior League War Fund Cup Winners – 1917/18

Smyllum (Smyllum-Langbank*) Charity Cup Winners – 1925/26, 1933/34, 1935/36*, 1936/37*, 1951/52, 1955/56

Stuart Black Memorial Trophy Winners - 2008/09, 2012/13

Club exposure:

Media reach - total annual impressions: ( 7,534,632 )


Club Type: 
11 a side
Semi Professional
Club Colours: 
Green and White Hoops
Number of Pitches: 
1 - 2
Membership size: 
50 - 100
Average weekly attendance: 
50 - 250


Number of Players: 
0 - 50
Senior (7)
Youth (2)
Senior (1)
Age Band: 
All Working Age Adults
Under 18
55 – 64
Social demographics: 
A - Upper middle class
B - Middle class
C1 - Lower middle class
C2 - Skilled working class
D - Working class
E - Those at lowest level of subsistence


Car Park
Catering Facilities - Internal
Changing Rooms - Female
Changing Rooms - Male
Changing Rooms - Officials
Connectivity (wifi)
Disabled access
Events Liaison
Gated Entrance
Own Ground - Leasehold
Pitch Side Hoarding
Roadside Signage
Venue Hire