Team Pd GD Pt
1 Dundee United 24 35 51
2 Raith Rovers 24 11 50
3 Partick Thistle 24 7 38
4 Morton 24 6 36
5 Ayr United 25 -11 29
6 Dunfermline Athletic 24 -6 28
7 Airdrieonians 23 -6 28
8 Queen's Park 25 -12 27
9 Inverness CT 25 -2 26
10 Arbroath 24 -22 20
Updated: 24th Feb

Raith Rovers Hall of Fame – A Decade of Legends

Monday November 27th 2023

Raith Rovers Hall of Fame Show Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary – A Decade of Football Legends

Following on from the resounding success of last week’s 9th Hall of Fame show, we are excited to announce the date for the 10th show, a milestone event celebrating decades of football legends and unforgettable moments. The much-anticipated event will be held on the 18th of November, 2024, promising an evening once again filled with nostalgia, celebration, and a look back at the players and personalities who have shaped the history of the Club.

Event Details:

  • Date: 18th November 2024
  • Venue: Adam Smith Theatre in Kirkcaldy
  • Time: 7pm

What to Expect
The evening will feature:

  • Inductions: Witness the newest inductees being honoured into the Raith Rovers Hall of Fame.
  • Special Guests and Appearances: The event will be graced by former players, coaches, and special VIP guests from the world of football.
  • Memorable Highlights: Relive some of the most iconic moments in Raith Rovers’ history through exclusive video presentations and interviews.

Ticket Sales Announcement
Details regarding ticket sales for this landmark event will be announced VERY soon. Fans are encouraged to stay tuned for the opportunity to be part of this historic celebration. Tickets are expected to sell out quickly, given the special nature of this year’s event.

A Note from the Committee
Alistair Cameron – “The Raith Rovers Hall of Fame Show has always been a special event, but next year, as we hit our 10th anniversary, it’s an opportunity to reflect on our rich history and the individuals who have made this club what it is today. We invite fans and members of the community to join us in celebrating once again.”

Rovers take a 1-0 lead against Rangers in the Premier League game at Stark's Park with Stevie Crawford scoring after 15 minutes. But late goals from Ferguson (70) and Durie (78) give Rangers the 3 points.
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