Archive for March, 2013

Who Owns What?

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

Five years ago we published our first summary of “who owns what” at Raith Rovers. At last night’s AGM we shared an updated version of this, which brings the data up to date and also tells the story of how the football club’s structure has evolved over the last 130 years.

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Thanks go to John Litster for granting us permission to use the historical financial data originally published in his excellent book “Always Next Year”. The figures for the years since its 2008 publication are taken from the accounts of RRFC Ltd, Raith Rovers Holdings Ltd, New Raith Rovers Ltd and Starks Park Properties Ltd – and all figures have been adjusted for inflation to 2012 prices.

This document is best viewed in large format – for best results click the link below and then print it out on A3 paper.

Who Owns What (2013)?

AGM on Monday 25th March at 7pm

Sunday, March 24th, 2013

The AGM of the Raith Supporters Trust wil be held on Monday 25th March at 7pm in the Raith Suite at Starks Park. This is a chance to be updated on what has been happening over the last year and discuss the way ahead for Raith Rovers and the Trust. All welcome.

View our 2011/12 accounts

Rovers to Help The Pars….off the pitch!!

Tuesday, March 12th, 2013

Raith Rovers announced last night that a donation will be made to the Dunfermline Athletic Steering Group immediately following this Staurday’s derby match. This is to help our neighbours and biggest rivals in their time of need as they fight to help their club survive.

The donation will be part of the gate receipts, from those Dunfermline fans in the north stand in excess of 2,000. A large crowd will therefore benefit both clubs this Saturday, and we encourage all fans from both sides of Fife to come along and bring as many others with them as possible. Let’s fill the stadium, and give both clubs a great pay-day.

In these days of “self preservation” it is rare to see such generosity in the face of our own financial difficulties, and the Raith Supporters Trust would like to thank and congratulate the board of RRFC for this tremendous gesture.