Sir Alex models anniversary Queen’s Park FC home strip
Queen’s Park FC brought in a very special person to model their special new home strip.
Sir Alex Ferguson, who made his senior debut for the club as a teenager, was only too happy to sport the kit for the club.
Scotland’s oldest senior football club are marking their 150th anniversary next year and to mark that event, they have released a new strip in the club’s original colours of navy shirt, grey shorts and navy socks.
The kit will be worn at all home games this season instead of their more widely-known black and white hoops.
Sir Alex, widely regarded as the greatest British manager of all time, played for the club at the age of just 15 in 1958 in a game against Stranraer.
And he was thrilled to be back in Queen’s colours.
He said: “I was delighted when Queen’s Park got in touch and asked me to help launch their new strip.
“Scotland colours are known across the world and it fantastic that the club’s role as pioneers in the game is recognised in this way.”
The 74-year-old was pictured proudly wearing the team’s colours and holding a yellow football.
Kitted out Sir Alex Ferguson sports the new Queen’s Park kit