Team Pd GD Pt
1 Dundee 3 2 6
2 Inverness CT 3 3 5
3 Ayr United 3 1 5
4 Queens Park 3 0 4
5 Partick Thistle 3 0 4
6 Morton 3 0 4
7 Hamilton Academical 3 0 3
8 Cove Rangers 3 -2 3
9 Raith Rovers 3 -2 3
10 Arbroath 3 -2 2
Updated: 13th Aug

RRFC 2022/23 Home Kit Update

Sunday July 3rd 2022

Raith Rovers  Home Kit Season 2022/23

Stock Update July 2022.

Thank you to all our supporters for purchasing our  2022/23 season home kit. Whilst we are delighted the new home strip has been so popular, we have now sold out of some sizes. Our next delivery is end of August. We have contacted the supplier and asked if we can receive this stock before end of August and they are looking into the options for us. 

We will keep you updated on the delivery dates and availability. There are some sizes available please check RaithRovers.net/shop  

This year’s bespoke kit features our classic navy blue and red colour scheme, with red pin stripe detailing going down from the shoulder to the waist alongside the double white collar. The sleeve trim gives the kit its own character, whilst linking in with kits of yesteryear. The Raith club values are printed inside the neck.

The kit shows our new front-of-shirt sponsor, The Dean Park Hotel. The club have had a close relationship with the hotel, based near to Fife Central Retail Park in the town, for a number of years – most recently hosting our annual End of Season Awards in April. We’re very pleased to expand the partnership.

Carr’s Flour Mills will continue to appear on the back of the collar line for an eighth year. Carr’s are a well known name in Kirkcaldy, with their impressive flour mill dominating the Kirkcaldy’s harbour area – one of only two commercial flour mills still operating in Scotland.

ANDYSMANCLUB will appear at the bottom of the back on our first team kits. For every home kit that we sell, £1 will be donated directly too ANDYSMANCLUB. The club meet within Stark’s Park on Monday evenings (more here).

The fan-inspired kit was developed with the assistance of Rovers’ fan Calum Rolland, who has provided various retail concepts over the last 12-months for the club.

We’d like to thank all of our commercial partners for their continued support of our club, along with those involved in the design process of the new kit. After months of preparation, we are pleased to now be able to finally share it with you all.


Rovers beat Burntisland Shipyard 8-4 in the first round of the Scottish Cup. Joseph Cowan scores four of the goals
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