Raith Rovers vs Partick Thistle

SPFL cinch Premiership Play-Off Semi-Final (L2)

Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy
Friday, 17th May 2024
Kick off: 7:45pm

Prices for tickets are as follows:

Adult: £24
Over-65 / Under-21: £16
Under-16: £10
Under-12: £6

Please note, play-off matches are subject to minimum pricing rules set by the SPFL, which means the lowest price we can offer for an Under-12 is £6.

Season tickets are not valid for play-off fixtures.

Singing Section

We will have a Singing Section at this match, located in the Penman Stand rows BB – FF, from seats 36 to 64.

Please familiarise yourself with where this area is located before choosing your seat.


We have hospitality spaces remaining in both the Raith Suite and Captain’s Lounge for this match, as well as match sponsorship available.

You can book hospitality by clicking here.

To enquire about match sponsorship, please email commercial@raithrovers.net.

Ticket Purchase Information

Raith Rovers FC encourage all fans to purchase tickets online in advance.

The Main Office will be open for ticket purchases on matchday, but will be very busy and all supporters are encouraged to purchase online in advance.

Disabled tickets can be purchased by calling the ticket office on 01592 263514. The ticket office is open Wednesday – Friday between 10am and 4pm.

Car Parking Information

All supporters are asked to park considerately if leaving their cars in local residential areas. There is ample FREE, unrestricted parking space at The Basin Car Park on The Esplanade and at Beveridge Park Car Park, which are both within walking distance of Stark’s Park.

Match Preview

Raith Rovers will go into Friday evening’s Premiership semi-final playoff second leg with a slender one goal advantage, after winning Tuesday’s first leg 2-1.

Excellent first half strikes from Scott Brown and Lewis Vaughan handed Ian Murray’s men a two goal advantage at the interval, but Brian Graham’s second half effort halved the arrears, and meant it was very much game on at Stark’s Park.

Rovers will be hoping that they can continue their fine record against Thistle, which sees them unbeaten in half a dozen games against the Jags, and that record is even more impressive in Kirkcaldy, with Thistle without a win since 2011, a 2-0 win in the First Division.

If Rovers can make safely navigate the second leg, it’ll be the first time they’ve reached this stage of the Premiership playoffs after three attempts, after a quarter final defeat to Hibernian in 2016, and a semi-final loss to Dundee in 2021.

Friday night’s match referee will be Steven McLean

Head-to-Head Record:

Raith Rovers wins: 54

Partick Thistle wins: 70

Draws: 41

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