As trustees it is our duty to act in the best interests of our beneficiaries and to promote the growth and financial well being of Partick Thistle Football Club. This will be achieved by holding a controlling interest in the club and ensuring its directors always act with these objectives in mind.

Richard Beastall

Richard has been a Thistle fan since 1991, at one of his first games, Thistle were beaten by Clydebank 7-1, but he’s still coming back for more.

He is an experienced Finance Director, having previously worked in the media and property businesses. He is now a portfolio CFO helping business owners across Scotland understand their numbers and maximise the value of their enterprise.

Ali Campbell

Ali has been a Jags fan for almost 40 years and was hooked since his first half-time pie in The Shed.

He has been self-employed for over 10 years and has several businesses, ranging from creative consultancy to self-catering holiday accommodation to a gallery and a bike workshop. Having been on the board of a charity previously, Ali is also the founding director of the Weathered Cyclist charity.

Neil Drain

Neil is a third-generation Thistle fan and has been going to games since watching the Jags beat Bristol City 2-0 in an Anglo Scottish Cup match in 1977.

Neil is a qualified optometrist and has run several businesses, currently owning two practices in the north of the city.

Fergus Maclennan

Fergus is a passionate Thistle Fan having attended his first game back in the late ’80s and followed wholeheartedly ever since.

He is an experienced Chartered Surveyor who heads up the Business Space Agency team in Glasgow for global real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield. Fergus has over 20 years of experience in the UK and internationally, allowing him to build an extensive business network.

Randle Wilson

Randle has been a fan since 1967 with his first match seeing Thistle draw with Motherwell.

In 1995 he set up TFS Furnishing Service Ltd, which is a leader in the provision of residential and contract furniture to local authorities, housing associations, and the care sector throughout the UK.

He is also the current chair of the Partick Thistle Charitable Trust.