Pie Sports make match day satisfying whatever the final score

A pie on top of a football
Pie Sports is a local food brand to watch.

With a rich filling of Scottish culture and a dash of street humour, Pie Sports is very much a local food brand to watch out for.

Specialising in matchday grub for football fans in Scotland, the brand will be available in three Scottish football grounds for the coming season – but all its pies can be ordered online for delivery, including in ‘party box’ format.

A pie containing kebab meat
The kebab pie. Pie Sports thought ‘can we do it?’ rather than ‘should we do it?’

Pie Sports’ Joe Aitken said: “Nothing says summer like a nice hot pie, we all know that.

“It’s a massive summer for football and for us at Pie Sports, so we hope as well as getting right behind our boys at the EUROs, Scotland fans will get their teeth into the best of our home cuisine too.

Two men on a football field with a football and a pie
Joe Aitken and Paul Quinn

“Our range has something for everyone from vegans to steak lovers, different exotic flavours and the iconic kebab pie.”

While pies are great with televised sport, Pie Sports reckon the real joy of a hot juicy meat pie is burning your chin at a rainy game – which fans can already do at St Mirren’s SMISA Stadium and Partick Thistle’s Firhill, and for next season, at Falkirk Stadium as well.

CEO of Falkirk FC, Jamie Swinney, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Pie Sports to the club, the start of an exciting partnership.

“We received several bids for the contract, with Pie Sports offering the strongest package to the club for both quality and service, as well as the commercial return available.

“We’re excited about the new season and we’re sure the combination of Falkirk FC and Pie Sports is really going to add to match days for our supporters.”

Four pies and a corporate logo
Pie Sports have a streak of humour as thick as their gravy

Pie Sports’ Paul Quinn added: “There are four of us at Pie Sports – Brian and Ross at HQ, and Joe and myself taking care of the football ground side.

“We are working with two brilliant clubs already in Thistle and St Mirren, and we’re thrilled to welcome Falkirk to the Pie Sports family.

“They’re an exciting club with brilliant support and amazing people so we know it’s a perfect fit – we’re glad we can bring not only our taste sensations but 50 new jobs to the town.”

Paul first came to fame as the drummer for world-renowned bands Soup Dragons and Teenage Fanclub, Brian and Ross have pie-baking degrees, and Joe helped bring events like Radio 1’s Big Weekend, the MOBOs, the MTV Awards and many more to Glasgow.