Queen's Park, the oldest club in the Scottish Professional Football League, celebrated their 150th birthday on Sunday.
The Spiders were founded on July 9, 1867 and are one of Scottish football's most well-known clubs, having won the Scottish Cup 10 times. Queen's Park, who play their home games at Hampden Park, were also twice FA Cup runners-up in those early days.
Queen's Park were champions of the old Second Division in 1922/23 and 1955/56 and won the Division Two title in 1980/81 and the Third Division in 1999/00.
Currently managed by Gus MacPherson, they compete in Ladbrokes League 1 and kick off their new season with a home match against Motherwell in the Betfred Cup on Saturday, live on BT Sport at 3.00pm.
You can read much more about their rich history on the club website