League Champions:

First Division 1992/93,1994/95
Second Division 2002/03, 2008/09
Division II 1907-08,1909/10 (shared)
1937/38,1948/49

League Cup:

1994/95

Challenge Cup:

2013/14

hearts

Championship round-up

Hearts moved three points clear at the top of the Scottish Championship after beating bottom club Cowdenbeath 5-1 at Tynecastle. Billy King's opener was cancelled out by Calum Gallagher but...

20th Sep 2014Championship
qotsvhibs-web

Same again for Fowler

It has been a case of business as usual for Queen of the South and stand-in manager James Fowler this week ahead of their meeting with Hibernian at Palmerston. The former Kilmarnock player was...

19th Sep 2014Championship
bell

Bell out for three months

Rangers have been dealt a blow with the news that goalkeeper Cammy Bell is set to be sidelined for another three months. The former Kilmarnock player has been out since suffering a shoulder injury...

19th Sep 2014Championship
hughes

Blue Brazil bring in Hughes

Cowdenbeath have signed St Mirren midfielder Declan Hughes on a three-month loan deal. The 19-year-old, a graduate of the Paisley club's youth academy, links up with Jimmy Nicholl's side...

19th Sep 2014Championship
gers web

Rangers set up Falkirk tie

Rangers are through to the third round of the Scottish League Cup after beating Inverness CT 1-0 at Ibrox this evening. Lewis Macleod scored the only goal when his deflected shot beat Dean Brill...

16th Sep 2014Championship

Sons reveal stadium plans

Dumbarton are pressing on with plans to leave the Bet Butler Stadium and move to a new ground. The Sons have today submitted Proposal of Application Notices to West Dunbartonshire Council, which...

16th Sep 2014Championship

Nickname

The Rovers

Founded

1883

Manager

Grant Murray

Stadium

Stark's Park

Capacity

8,473

Pitch

103m x 64m

Website

Club website

Top Scorers

  • 4 R Conroy
  • 2 C Elliot
  • 1 C Nade
  • 1 M Scott
  • 1 M Stewart

Championship Table

PosTeam Pld GD Pts
1 Hearts 6 13 16
2 Rangers 6 10 13
3 Raith Rovers 6 -2 12
4 Queen of South 6 5 11
5 Livingston 6 2 7
6 Up Alloa Athletic 6 -3 7
7 Down Hibernian 6 -2 6
8 Falkirk 6 -4 6
9 Dumbarton 6 -8 5
10 Cowdenbeath 6 -11 1

Updated 20/09/2014 at 16:57

Address:

Stark's Park, Pratt Street, Kirkcaldy KY1 1SA

Contact Info:

T. 01592 263514

F. 01592 642833

 

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