Welcome to the Official Queen of the South website.
Get all the latest news from the club. Latest News
Listen to pre and post match interviews with players and management on our new Soundcloud page
Follow matches LIVE with our text commentary.Live Updates service
Match reports of all our games can be found on the Fixtures page
Catch up on highlights of all of our games, home and away.QosTV
Introducing the all new Doonhamers Deluxe draw. For just £1 a week you could win one of the £1000 monthly prizes, £3000 Christmas cash or even a new car! See the How to Enter pages for more details How to Enter
Checkout if you`ve won one of the 2 daily prizes or the Saturday jackpot. Winners are updated at 12 o`clock each dayPrize Draw Winners
Full details on how to enter the Prize Draw, including the all new Doonhamers Deluxe Draw How to Enter
Find an agent near you or become an agent yourself and earn great rates of commision Prize Draw Agents
Our Matchday Hopsitality package is just £70 per person. See the Hospitality page for full details and how to book. Hospitality
Our newly refurbished Tartan Lounge is now available for Private Functions. Follow the link for more information and how to book Private Functions
From player sponsorship to matchday advertising, there are a number of ways to support the club. See the Sponsorship page for more information. Sponsorship
Enjoy your hospitality or private function in the newly refurbished Tartan Lounge. Tartan Lounge
Adult : £256
OAP/Conc : £144
Student : £90
Junior Blue : £18
Adult : £16
OAP/Conc : £9
U16 : £5
Disabled person + 1 Carer = FREE
NB : There is a ticket only admissions procedure for home and away fans this season. Please see the "more info" link for full details
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McIntyre played in three Scottish Cup semi final winning teams and played in two finals, winning in 1997 with Kilmarnock. He played in a divisional play off final for Reading at the Millennium and also has experience of playing in UEFA competitions. Managed to Dunfermline to the first division title in 2011. Profiled in more detail here.
After a long career with Kilmarnock, James has joined the club as Jim McIntyres number two in a player/coach role.
Returned to the club in the summer of 2013 to join the coaching team on a volunteer basis.
Kilmarnock’s former No 2 physio who started his physio career with his home town club Annan Athletic.
Appointed sports scientist to replace Andrew Leishman, who followed Allan Johnston to Kilmarnock.
First joined Queens in 1997. Ex Division 2 Championship and Challenge Cup winning Captain and Scottish Cup Finalist Captain. Over 350 first team appearances. Granted a 2009 testimonial, he is now the club’s Head of Youth and Community
Highly experienced ex player and coach. McCabe was Assistant Manager of Jim McIntyre at Kilmarnock and to McIntyre at Dunfermline.