IRN-BRU youth programme

IRN-BRU is investing in the future of Scottish football and Montrose FC is appealing to the local community to help them win their share.

To help out all you have to do is collect the plastic bottle tops from any IRN-BRU, Strathmore Spring Water or Tizer bottle and drop them off at Links Park or one of the local collection points. These can be found at Henry Hogg Newsagent, Tesco and Costcutters.

You have until May 7 to collect all that you can to help your local team.

Every club will get a share but the club with most bottle tops will win a whopping £10,000.

Derek Sim, chairman of Montrose FC, said: “We are delighted to be working closely with IRN-BRU in promoting youth football and especially through the recently launched programme of investing in SFL youth football.”

You can find out more at and follow how the club is doing at