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

mclean

Headline makers

Dundee United, Heart of Midlothian, Ayr United and Arbroath top the four divisions after the latest round of SPFL fixtures. Here are a few of the players who made headlines in the Premiership, Championship, League 1 and League 2 at the weekend:

22nd Sep 2014Championship
ball

Weekend in numbers

The 21 SPFL games played between Friday and Sunday produced six home wins, seven away wins and eight draws, with 63 goals scored. @splstats takes a more detailed look at some of the numbers behind the weekend matches...

22nd Sep 2014Championship
alloa

Smith: More of the same

Alloa boss Barry Smith was proud of his players as they held Rangers to a 1-1 draw at the Indodrill Stadium on Saturday but was frustrated they didn't claim victory. The Wasps, who beat...

22nd Sep 2014Championship
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 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

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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