Our Impressions of Forthbank Stadium
Forthbank Stadium the home of Stirling Albion Football Club was opened on Saturday 21st July 1993 with a match against Rangers where over 1,500 supporters witnessed a 2-2 draw.
Since then Forthbank has gone onto see the Binos lose a promotion clinching match on the last day of the 1994/95 season and? then one year later the Albion went on to celebrate Promotion this time.
Such is the high regard for this tidy little ground that the Scottish Football Association and many other organisations have used the Stadium in the past for a wide range of matches and events.
With a capacity of 3808, Forthbank Stadium boast's two stands lining the sides of the playing surface and behind each goal is uncovered terracing. Stirling Council officially own the ground and take up most of the facilities in the Stadium including the Artificial Playing Surface, Gymnasium, Conference Suites, Cafe, Creche & Beauty Treatment rooms with the Albion players using most of these facilities as well (especially the beauty treatment - no matter how hard the beauty treatment staff work though they cannot work miracles on our players).
With Stirling Albion having within Forthbank Stadium, a General Office, Club Shop, Home Dressing Room including Kit Room and Treatment Room , Managers Office, two Store Rooms and Boardroom as well as use of the conference suites on match days.
18 spaces for home fans and 18 for away fans