Team Pd GD Pt
1 Queen of the Sth 7 10 17
2 Hibernian 7 8 16
3 Falkirk 7 4 13
4 Raith Rovers 7 3 13
5 Dundee Utd 7 3 11
6 Ayr Utd 7 -8 7
7 Dunfermline 7 -5 6
8 Morton 7 -5 6
9 Dumbarton 7 -3 5
10 St Mirren 7 -7 3
Updated: 24th Sep

2013/14 Kit Revealed

Wednesday May 15th 2013

Raith Rovers are delighted to unveil the new home strip for season 2013/14.

The Board decided, after great deliberation, on a modern day twist of the bespoke iconic strip worn in the late 1960s. Chairman Turnbull Hutton said, “We’ve taken the chance to move away from the usual strip selection and have got this especially commissioned. We’re sure the fans will be very supportive of it and we look forward to seeing it around Fife”.

It is also a delight to announce O’Connell’s Bar and Diner has once again sponsored the front of the home shirt and Keytech will continue to sponsor the back. The Club is grateful to Dennis O’Connell (O’Connell’s) and  Jim Spence and David Weir (Keytech) for their continued support.

Fans can now pre-order a top or purchase on the day of the official release date, Saturday 6th July.  Those who do will have the opportunity to be part of an official team photo. So if you would like to be part of ‘the bigger picture’ then pre-order yours now by phoning the office on 01592 263514 or order it in person at Stark’s Park. All orders must be fully paid at the time of ordering.

The prices of the Home Top are as follows:

  Sizes Available   Price
Adults – Short Sleeve   S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL  £40.00
Adults – Long Sleeve   M, L, XL  £43.00
Kids – Short Sleeve   24/26, 26/28, 30/32, 32/34  £34.00

 

 

 

 

The Away Strip will remain the same as this season with Livesport.co.uk continuing as the main sponsor and Keytech the back of the shirt sponsor. This top is on sale now and available to buy from livesport.co.uk and ACA Sports.

Following promotion the previous season Rovers took on Celtic at Parkhead drawing the match 2-2 in front of a crowd of 32000. Rovers fielded two ex-Celts in Joe McLaughlin and Andy Young. Rovers twice came from behind in the game with Willie Penman netting on each occasion. The game is most notable for an injury to Willie Penman. Rovers trainer Willie Hunter raced onto the park to administer smelling salts but the semi-conscious Penman took a deep drink of the salts. Penman was taken away to the dressing room where he was violently sick but insisted on returning to the action!
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