Raith Rovers currently play in the Scottish Second Division. They are based in Kirkcaldy in Fife. The Rovers, as they are nicknamed, play their home games in Stark.s Park which has a capacity of 10104 fans. They attract a relatively high number of supporters due their past successes. The Rovers were Champions of the First Division twice in the last decade, triumphing in 1992/93 and 1994/95.
Raith Rovers wear an all white kit with dark blue trim with their away kit usually being all red with white trim. The club have had several managers in the past decade including Grant Murray, John McGlynn, Craig Levein, Gordon Dalziel, Claude Anelka and Antonio Calderon.
Scottish First Division club Raith Rovers have unveiled their new strip for the 2013/14 season. Once again manufactured by Puma, the shirt eschews the navy blue which the team have worn consistently for the last 20 years to recall a shirt worn during the late 1960s and early 1970s [...]
Raith Rovers, popularly known simply as the Rovers, is a club from Scotland from the area of Fife [...]
Scottish second division club Raith Rovers have unveiled their new Puma kits for the 08/09 season. The Kircaldy based team will be wearing a navy and white halved shirt at home, with blue shorts and socks [...]
This is the new Raith Rovers home and away kit for 2007/08, both manufactured by Puma for the Scottish team [...]
Scottish Football League Championship, Second Division side Raith Rovers have announced that next season the club's players will be wearing brand new shirt Puma made shirts. Puma one of the world's leading sportswear brands already produces shirts for Italy, Ivory Coast, Reading, Tottenham and ma [...]
Raith also won the Coca Cola Cup (Scottish League Cup) in 1994/95. Raith Rovers are managed by ex-Hearts youth coach and former Scottish footballer John McGlynn. Nacho Novo, who currently plays for Rangers, spent a season at the Rovers in 2001/02, making him one of the most notable players to play for Raith Rover.
Novo scored 18 goals in 33 matches during his time at the club. Rovers received the fee of �100000 when they sold him to Premier club Dundee.