For many years, Roary’s Super Lotto has allowed Rovers fans an additional way to be involved with the club, while having the chance to win some big money.
Over the years, hundreds of thousands of pounds of prize money has been won through the weekly draws. With a potential jackpot of £25,000, it’s no surprise that it has been popular with fans.
The club mascot, Roary Rover, recently announced he has decided to step down as the figurehead of the lotto so he can spend more time with his increasingly popular Roary Club, as well as getting out into the local community.
So, from now on, the lotto will be known as Rovers Super Lotto. In addition to the name change, a marketing campaign is being launched to make fans more aware of the lotto and how they can get involved.
It’s easy to take part – you can sign up online, or through our network of agents, and you can set up a recurring entry so that you don’t have to remember to keep entering the draws. Just make sure you sign up by midnight on Tuesday to be included in this week’s draw.
The jackpot currently stands at £8,500, and it rises £500 every week until it’s won (up to £25,000). To win, you need to match 4 balls (1-30). If you match 3 numbers, you get a share of £250 (minimum £10).
Tom Morgan, RRFC Commercial Director said, “We felt it was time to refresh the image of the lotto and, with Roary Rover now increasingly being associated with the younger section of the fans, we wanted to update the branding. We hope the increasing coverage of the lotto will encourage more fans and people in the local area to get involved.“
Normally, the draws are made at locations around Fife, but this Wednesday we’ll be streaming the draw live on our Facebook page (around noon) from Stark’s Park. A special guest will be pulling out the numbers. Tune in to find out who!
Don’t forget to sign up today if you’ve not already done so to be in with a chance to win.
Existing members of the lotto don’t need to do anything – apart from the name change, the format and rules of the game remain the same. Over 16s only – other conditions apply. Raith Rovers Community Lottery Society is registered with Fife Council.