Welcome to the relaunched Montrose FC Website
Welcome to the newly redesigned Montrose Football Club website. Montrose FC Online was originally launched in April 1999 and has undergone many design changes in that time.
The new design was implemented to ensure that modern day users could experience full access to the site via a number of devices including PC's Laptop's, Tablet's & Mobile devices's.
The new design allows the administrator to access and edit the site from virtually anywhere on any device and also allows other contributors to do the same ensuring that everything on the site is as up to date as possible.
Barry Grainger Lounge
On Saturday members of the family of Barry Grainger travelled to Links Park to see the club open up the Barry Grainger Lounge in his honour. Barry who was a loyal supporter of the club and was liked by everyone he met sadly passed away earlier in the year. Barry’s wife Jenny has kindly contributed these words for the website. “I would like on behalf of my family to thank everyone who enabled the Barry Grainger Lounge to become a reality. Barry would have been so proud and delighted for this to happen. He supported Montrose football club from the time he first started work - over 55yrs ago, and was so proud when you made him Hon. Vice President of the Montrose FC Supporters’ Club. His visits to Montrose once or twice a year with his nephew John were the highlights of the year, and everyone was so welcoming to him.
Colours of our Scarves
On Saturday visiting Links Park we had the “the Colours of our Scarves” exhibition. This is a Scottish Government funded Anti-Sectarian research project run by Supporters Direct Scotland . The Photo Graphic exhibition, workshop and survey programme will be visiting all senor football clubs in Scotland and promoting tolerance, respect & understanding while highlighting the shared experiences and emotions that football supporters of all clubs go through following their team. We would encourage all football fans to support their team in a positive and appropriate manner while showing a respect for others regardless of Religion, Colour, Creed, Sexuality, or Gender. To find out more about the project please visit www.scottishfans.org/the-colours-of-our-scarves