We are delighted to today confirm the appointment of two new Supporter Liaison Officers – Nicola Forrest and Craig Smith.

Both have been Rovers supporters since childhood, and are looking forward to becoming more involved as the bridge between Club and supporters.

Get in touch with Nicola and Craig:
– Have a chat in-person on matchday
– Email SLO@raithrovers.net
– Message on social media

Nicola Forrest

Nicola came to her first Rovers match as a 13-year-old in the 1990s and has followed the team since. She started coming along more regularly in the last five years when her youngest son started playing for the Community Club.

A passionate Rovers fan who was already involved as a matchday volunteer, Nicola saw the SLO role as an opportunity to work with the Club and supporters to create meaningful links, putting supporters right at the heart of Raith Rovers Football Club.

Craig Smith

Craig has always loved football, and was drawn into supporting Rovers after attending a friendly against Aberdeen with his father in the late 80s. He then went on to sell programmes and enjoy some fantastic memories supporting Rovers in the 90s.

Craig applied for the SLO role as he wanted to give more of his time to the Club. After speaking to our Directors, he felt the determination to drive improvement across the Club and play his part in bring the supporters even closer to it all.

Roles and Responsibilities

All supporters have different views, needs and concerns about a range of issues.

Our two SLOs will act as a direct link between the Club and fans, making sure there is two-way communication and a means for supporters’ voices to be listened to.

They will also build up relationships with their counterparts at other clubs and relevant authorities, to both improve the matchday experience for all ages and ensure the safety and security of supporters during matches and other events.

Make sure to say hello if you see Nicola or Craig around!

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