Stirling Albion F.C.

Stirling Albion Football Club is a Scottish football club based in the city of Stirling. The club was founded in 1945 following the demise of King's Park after World War II. The club currently competes in Scottish League Two as a member of the Scottish Professional Football League. Its highest league position came in 1958–59 with a 12th-placed position in the top flight. Its only major success is in the league where it has won the second tier of Scottish football on four occasions, the last coming in 1964–65. The club has more recently competed in the third or fourth tier following league re-construction in 1975 and 2013.

Stirling Albion
Full nameStirling Albion Football Club
Nickname(s)The Binos
GroundForthbank Stadium, Stirling
Capacity3,808 (2,508 seated)
ChairmanStuart Brown
ManagerKevin Rutkiewicz
LeagueScottish League Two
2020–21Scottish League Two, 5th of 10
WebsiteClub website

Stirling's home ground is Forthbank Stadium, a 3,808 capacity stadium in the east of the city near the banks of the River Forth. Before the stadium was opened in 1993 the club was based at Annfield Stadium which had been the home of the club since it was founded in 1945.