Welcome to the John Lambie Stand
Thistle have over 140 years of proud history and a noisy vibrant atmosphere has been the essence of our stadium since we first moved in to the ground in 1909.
At the start of the 2012/13 season, the Club made significant attempts to improve the match day experience, the most successful of which was the movement of our singing section to the John Lambie Stand.
For the Club’s first home fixture of the season, against Falkirk, the hardy band cheered the team on from the start and with 10 minutes played the side were 2-0 up. The numbers grew and grew throughout the season. With their backing and support for the team throughout the campaign, the side lost only one home league fixture during the season.
The stand is named after enigmatic Partick Thistle legend, John Lambie who had four spells as manager at the Club. John enjoyed plenty of success in Maryhill with his crowning achievment at Thistle being back-to-back promotions in the early 2000s which took the Jags from the third tier of Scottish football to the SPL.
Lambie sadly passed away in April 2018 and as a recognition of his contribution to our Club, the North Stand was renamed in his honour.
All supporters are reminded that Partick Thistle season ticket holders’ seats are reserved for applicable matches and can be identified by stickers displayed on the seats.
We want every supporter in the John Lambie Stand to enjoy themselves as much as possible. But, at the request of Police Scotland, we do ask that our passionate Jags fans remember the following:
Most of all, please do:
Enjoy yourselves – and show your support for the Jags as only you do!