St Peters Football Club

Established 1984

Welcome to the St Peters Football Club website

St Peters Football Club were first established in 1984 with the aim of giving local kids an opportunity to play football against other kids from the Renfrewshire area. Now 30 years on, St Peters FC has become one of the most well respected clubs within the Renfrewshire area.

We have in excess of 300 kids across 11 different age groups, ranging from kids aged 4 & 5 at our 2010 team all the way through to our 1999 team.

St Peters FC 30 Year Anniversary Dinner Dance
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St Peters FC are holding a 30 year anniversary Dinner Dance celebration in the Normandy Hotel, Renfrew on Friday 4th September 2015.

Tickets are very well priced at £30, and include:

3 course meal followed plus entertainment from Compere Viv G, Comedian Bruce Morton and live music from Feeva followed by resident disco through until 2am.

Please come along and enjoy an evening to celebrate 30 years of St Peters Football Club, Paisley.

If you are interested in tickets, please contact John Dalziel 07791 635205 for more information.

Tuesday 18th August 2015
Next Club Meeting

St Peters FC next club meeting will be on Sunday 11th October at 2pm.

All age groups MUST be represented.

Apologies to be sent in advance to Club Secretary.

Players Born in 2007

St. Peter's 2007 are having a open day football trial on Tuesday 21st July @ moredun playing fields 6pm to 7pm 

Our primary aim is the welcome new players to join our existing team with the outcome of strengthening existing squad .
 
Please understand that this is a trial session and therefore unfortunately not all children will be asked to return .

Kids attending should have .

.Suitable footwear 
.Water
.Shin guards (if possible)

If you intend bringing your child to the session please contact

Antony Rafferty 07462933999

 



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Established 1984
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