|If attending on matchday, please download and print our matchday guidelines.
This page provides information to media personnel from other organisations.
All Media and Press enquiries, requests for interviews etc. should be emailed to the RRFC Media Officer, Niall Russell: mediaraithrovers.net
Matchday Media Accreditation
Requests for access to attend matches at Stark’s Park should be emailed to the Main Office at: inforaithrovers.net
Details required when making requests are as follows:
- Name(s) and designations of all individuals requiring Media accreditation
- Publication / Broadcaster / Company they are representing (or Freelance, as appropriate)
- Level of access required (Main Stand only, TV gantry, Pitchside) – if pitchside, this must be stated, so the appropriate Hi-Viz attire can be provided
- Number of Car Parking spaces required, and in what name (A limited number of spaces are available. Car parking cannot be guaranteed for televised matches)
Matchday Media Guidelines
Copies are available in the Media Centre behind the dugouts, and can also be downloaded here
Media Seating & Interview Areas
The media seating area is in the Turnbull Hutton (Main) Stand. Access is through the front gate. Post-match interviews take place in the blue Media Cabin, which is to the north of the stand. Refreshments are also usually available here at half-time.
Any request to use official Raith Rovers photographs should be directed to the official Club Photographer Walter Neilson: walterfifephotoagency.co.uk
All video footage hosted on this site is the property of RRFC / RaithTV and should not be used without prior permission. Requests to use current or archived footage should be directed to mediaraithrovers.net. Live streaming of match footage is forbidden without the permission of the club. This is regulated by the SPFL.
The club crest may be used by media organisations when reporting on the club. It may not be used for merchandising without prior permission of the club.
Please note: to comply with heraldry rules, there should be no lettering (e.g. RRFC) within the shield. Older versions included text, but these should no longer be used.