Raith Supporters Trust has called on all football supporters in the Kirkcaldy area to play their part in the Sell Out Saturday campaign this weekend.
Alan Russell, Chairman of the Raith Supporters Trust said:
“The last few months has been a difficult time for Scottish football but we were delighted that our club played such a leading role and, more importantly, that the voice of supporters was heard loud and clear on the whole Rangers debate. Now that issue is settled we need to focus on football and that starts with our first league game on Saturday.”
“There is a Scotland wide campaign to sell out football grounds and I would love it if we could sell out Starks Park for the game against Hamilton. We have seen the potential level of support for Raith Rovers in recent seasons with the club taking 3,000 fans to East End for a league match and over 8,000 fans to Hampden for our Scottish Cup Semi-final. We can do it so I would ask anyone with an interest in the Rovers or football in general to come along to the game and bring a friend or two or three! Football is for fans and if people get behind their local team then both Scottish football and the Rovers can have a much stronger future.”