Team Pd GD Pt
1 Ayr Utd 16 27 38
2 Raith Rovers 15 20 33
3 Alloa Athletic 16 4 24
4 Arbroath 15 9 23
5 East Fife 16 -3 22
6 Stranraer 14 1 21
7 Airdrieonians 16 -10 19
8 Albion Rovers 14 -3 16
9 Forfar Athletic 16 -21 12
10 Queen's Park 16 -24 11
Updated: 10th Dec

Win Your Name on the Raith Rovers Away Shirt!

Wednesday March 15th 2017

Raith Rovers Football Club is, once again, offering a fantastic affordable opportunity for you to have your company or individual name seen across Scotland next season.

The Club are looking for front and back of shirt sponsorship on a brand-new kit, which you could be part of choosing!

The competition will be open to national and local businesses, as well as groups and charities for only £350 per entry.

The first prize will be your logo / name on the front of the first team away kit for season 2017/18.

The second prize will be your logo / name on the back of the first team away kit for season 2017/18.

In addition, there are three other prizes:

  • 3rd Prize – Match Sponsorship for up to ten guests at one game of your choice
  • 4th Prize – Match Ball Sponsorship for up to six guests at one game of your choice
  • 5th Prize – Boardroom experience for 4 guests

Tickets are on sale now until March 29 and can be purchased from Stark’s Park, by emailing commercialraithrovers.net or by contacting the commercial team on 01592 263514. Each entrant will receive acknowledgement in the match day programme and an invitation to a sponsor’s hospitality day.

The prize draw will take place at a Sponsorship Reception evening in the Raith Suite at Stark’s Park, on March 29 2017, where John Hughes will make the draw.

Season 2016/17 front of shirt sponsor has been blood cancer charity, Myeloma UK, after winner Douglas Roberts kindly donated the prize. Myeloma UK said, “A huge thanks to Raith Rovers fan Douglas Roberts who gifted us away strip sponsorship as the exposure has been invaluable to us! Myeloma is a rare form of cancer, and sponsorship opportunities of this type offer us a great way to raise the profile of myeloma, and the work we do supporting patients in the UK.”

A greyhound stadium is opened at Oriel Road. For many months there had been plans to build a greyhound racing track around Stark's Park in an attempt to raise money for the club whose finances were in a poor way due to falling crowds and recession.
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