The club has been rewarded with a Scottish FA Fair Play Award following the 2013-14 season.
Teams that finished first, second and third in each disciplinary table across the Scottish Professional Football League, Scottish Highland Football League and Scottish Lowland Football League will receive payments of £5,000, £3,750 and £1,250 respectively.
In League Two, Clyde earned the top payment for finishing in first place ahead of Albion Rovers and Annan Athletic.
Scottish FA President, Campbell Ogilvie, said:
“It’s important to encourage fair play across the game and we believe that offering incentives to clubs, and recognising their efforts, helps to foster and encourage fair play.
“We are delighted to issue Scottish FA Fair Play Award payments to 18 teams across the six senior leagues ahead of the new season.”
To view the full list of recipients, visit the Scottish FA website.