Stirling Albion


We're proud of our long association with Stirling Albion Football Club which began with Scottish Amicable in the 2000/2001 season and was continued by Prudential when the two companies came together. Our brand is proudly displayed on the shirts of the team and within their stadium.

Stirling Albion is a community Club which is owned by the supporters and delivers various grassroots football programmes in Stirling and the surrounding communities, engaging with the people of Stirling and giving them the opportunity to become more involved with Stirling Albion FC. This closely reflects our ambition to help support the communities in which we operate.

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Stirling Albion Facts

  • August 1945

    The first club in Scotland to employ female turnstile operators.

  • May 1949

    Promoted to the top division of Scottish football after only 4 years in existence.

  • June 1966

    First British team to play in Japan.

  • December 1984

    Record 20-0 score, against Selkirk, British senior football's biggest win in the 20th Century. The score was 5-0 at half-time with 8 different Stirling players scoring the goals. Selkirk's keeper Richard Taylor was given the ball as a souvenir.

  • July 1987

    First Scottish Club to install an artificial surface. SFA rules allowed Clubs in cup competitions to refuse to play on plastic pitches so for the next five years, all of Stirling Albion's cup ties were played away from home.

  • July 2010

    The first supporter owned club in Scotland.