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16 Feb 2019 - 15:00Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Match Day 25 – Ladbrokes League 1 – Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 16th February 2019, Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath travel to Kirkcaldy tomorrow to take on John McGlynn’s Raith Rovers for the biggest match of the season – well until the next one!

There are 13 huge games remaining but as all season we are just taking one game at a time and focusing on 3pm on Saturday afternoon.

Both Arbroath and Raith Rovers have dropped points over the last 5 games with the Lichties picking up 8 points out of 15 with wins over Brechin City, Stenhousemuir and then draws against Montrose and Stranraer and a defeat to Forfar Athletic.

Where as Raith have picked up 5 points out of 15 with a win over Stenhousemuir, draws against Airdrieonians and Forfar Athletic and defeats against East Fife and Brechin City.

This has allowed Forfar Athletic to draw level in 2nd place, albeit with a game in hand while East Fife just sit 2 points behind 2nd place with a game in hand. It is fair to say the final run in to the end of the season and both ends of the table is exciting for the neutral.

Raith Rovers Team News

Raith Rovers have brought in 4 new players since our last meeting but suffered a huge blow when star striker Lewis Vaughan was ruled out for the season after requiring an operation on his cruciate.

Former East Fife striker Chris Duggan also could be missing with a groin injury but top scorer Kevin Nisbet is expected to return after coming off early against Hibernian in the Scottish Cup with a tight hamstring.

Arbroath Team News

The Lichties should be at full strength going into this tie but Dick Campbell indicated in his post match interview on Tuesday that there could be changes made to his starting 11 for the trip to Stark’s Park.

We of course always are grateful for your support and look forward to a large and vocal support tomorrow in the McDermid Stand.

C’mon the Lichties!

Raith Rovers Squad – including winter arrivals

GK – 17 – Dean Lyness – St Mirren
GK – 01 – Robbie Thomson

DF – 06 – Kyle Benedictus
DF – 03 – Callum Crane
DF – 18 – David McKay
DF – 05 – Euan Murray
DF – 20 – Jamie Watson

MF – 24 – Jamie Barjonas – Rangers (loan)
MF – 19 – James Berry
MF – 11 – Tony Dingwall – Ross County
MF – 16 – Nathan Flanagan
MF – 08 – Grant Gillespie
MF – 12 – Ross Matthews
MF – 26 – Craig McGuffie – Ayr United (loan)
MF – 14 – Nat Wedderburn

ST – 09 – Liam Buchanan
ST – 07 – Chris Duggan
ST – 15 – Kevin Nisbet
ST – 23 – Jack Smith
ST – 10 – Lewis Vaughan

Raith Rovers Departures

Daniel Armstrong – Ross County
Lewis Milne – Montrose
Ryan Stevenson – Bo’Ness United – Loan
Euan Valentine – Berwick Rangers – Loan
Regan Hendry – Celtic – End of Loan
Kevin Silva – Hearts
Keiran Wright – Rangers – End of Loan

Raith Rovers results since our last meeting

Arbroath 0 – 2 Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 18
Raith Rovers 1 – 2 East Fife – SPFL League 1 – Game 19
Raith Rovers 5 – 1 Stenhousemuir – SPFL League 1 – Game 20
Airdrieonians 1 – 1 Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 21
Brechin City 2 – 1 Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 22
Raith Rovers 1 – 1 Forfar Athletic – SPFL League 1 – Game 23
Dumbarton vs Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 24 – Postponed

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – head to head

Arbroath 0 – 2 Raith Rovers – 22nd December – Scottish League One – 2018 / 2019
Goals – Armstrong 19, Buchanan 37

Raith Rovers 1 – 1 Arbroath – Scottish League One – 2018 / 2019
Goals – Nisbit 87- Linn 79

Arbroath 1 – 1 Raith Rovers – 7th April 2018 – Scottish League One – 2017/2018
Goal – McIntosh 74 – Buchanan 39 pen

Raith Rovers 2 – 2 Arbroath – 24th February 2018 – Scottish League One – 2017/2018
Goals – Thomson 43, Furtardo 74 – Wallace 64 pen, McIntosh 90

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee – John McKendrick
Assistant Referee 1 – Anthony Cooper
Assistant Referee 2 – Robert Thomson

Match Information;

Arbroath fans will be housed in the McDermid Stand, which is also know as the North Stand.

Turnstiles will open at 2pm.

Standard Gate Admission Prices
£15 – Adult
£20 – Parent & Child

Concessions
£10 – Students (proof of status required)
£8 – Junior (Under 16)
£8 – Senior Citizen (Over 65)
£8 – Disability & Carer Concession (Disabled person, Carer = FREE)

**Concession tickets must be purchased at the ticket pod outside of the stand, Proof of status/age may be required.

Travelling to Stark’s Park

By Train – Kirkcaldy Railway Station is situated to the North of the stadium and within easy walking distance (approximately 1 mile) of the stadium. On leaving platform 2, walk onto Whyte Melville Road towards the Railway Bridge then turn right and continue towards Beveridge Park Roundabout. Thereafter continue onto Abbotshall Road to Pratt Street.

By Car – From A92, leave dual carriageway at Kirkcaldy West, take the 3rd exit signposted A910 Town Centre and continue on that route to Kirkcaldy Railway Station. The ‘station’ car park is available for use and can be accessed from exit 2. There is additional but limited parking at Beveridge Park Car Park. To the south of the stadium, there is significant public and ‘on street parking’ in and around the esplanade. If parking ‘on street’, patrons are asked to park responsibly and be aware of some local restrictions. Pratt Street will be closed to traffic at least 30 minutes prior to kick off.

By Coach – Supporters coaches can be accommodated in the Beveridge Park car park (40 spaces)and on the esplanade. There is no general drop off facility at the stadium due to restricted access. Patrons using public transport can exit Kirkcaldy Bus Station and make their way via High Street to Links Street and thereafter arrive at Pratt Street South.

Blue Badge Parking – There are 12 spaces available at the rear of the North (Val McDermid) Stand which are offered on a first come first served basis. Any special drop off arrangements should be made directly to the club prior to match day. (01592 263514)

This is a huge game for both clubs and with a stand to ourselves we hope that there will be a very large and vocal support cheering on the Lichties!

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties!

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – Saturday 16th February 2019 – Supporter Information

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – Saturday 16th February 2019 – Supporter Information

Would all Arbroath supporters who are attending this Saturday’s top of the table clash at Stark’s Park please read the following match day information.

Arbroath supporters will be accommodated in the McDermid (North) Stand and will pay at the turnstile, apart from concessions who must first purchase their tickets at the POD and will need proof of entitlement.

Access to the McDermid Stand is through the North entrance.

Turnstiles will open at 2pm.

Standard Gate Admission Prices

£15 – Adult
£20 – Parent & Child

Concessions
£10 – Students (proof of status required)
£8 – Junior (Under 16)
£8 – Senior Citizen (Over 65)
£8 – Disability & Carer Concession (Disabled person, Carer = FREE)

Concessions who must first purchase their tickets at the Ticket POD and will need proof of entitlement.

Travelling to Stark’s Park
By Train – Kirkcaldy Railway Station is situated to the North of the stadium and within easy walking distance (approximately 1 mile) of the stadium. On leaving platform 2, walk onto Whyte Melville Road towards the Railway Bridge then turn right and continue towards Beveridge Park Roundabout. Thereafter continue onto Abbotshall Road to Pratt Street.

By Car – From A92, leave dual carriageway at Kirkcaldy West, take the 3rd exit signposted A910 Town Centre and continue on that route to Kirkcaldy Railway Station. The ‘station’ car park is available for use and can be accessed from exit 2. There is additional but limited parking at Beveridge Park Car Park. To the south of the stadium, there is significant public and ‘on street parking’ in and around the esplanade. If parking ‘on street’, patrons are asked to park responsibly and be aware of some local restrictions. Pratt Street will be closed to traffic at least 30 minutes prior to kick off.

By Coach – Supporters coaches can be accommodated in the Beveridge Park car park (40 spaces)and on the esplanade. There is no general drop off facility at the stadium due to restricted access. Patrons using public transport can exit Kirkcaldy Bus Station and make their way via High Street to Links Street and thereafter arrive at Pratt Street South.

Blue Badge Parking – There are 12 spaces available at the rear of the North (Val McDermid) Stand which are offered on a first come first served basis. Any special drop off arrangements should be made directly to the club prior to match day. (01592 263514)

We hope to see you there!

Arbroath vs Stranraer – Match Ball Sponsor

Arbroath FC would like to thank George Masson who was our Match Ball Sponsor for our game against Stranraer.

George Masson is pictured alongside Richard Dobson, Ewan McCafferty, Scott Carrie and Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell who presented them with a signed football.

George was representing Nicoll Russell Studios

Nicoll Russell Studios, Architects and Interior Designers; are located at;
111 King Street
Broughty Ferry,
Dundee City,
DD5 1EL

Website – http://www.nrsarchitects.com/
Phone – 01382 778966

Thanks to George and the team for their support!

C’mon the Lichties!

January Goal of the Month Results – Winning Goal – Goal B – Bobby Linn

Darren Gregory from January’s Goal of the Month sponsor Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltd presented Bobby Linn with his trophy for January 2019 after last night’s match.

36nilTV was there to capture the moment Bobby was handed his award.

Congratulations Bobby and thank you again to Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltd

One lucky Lichtie will be announced soon who won January’s prize!

January’s Sponsor for Goal of the Month is Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltd

REPSY who are run locally by Darren Gregory.

REPSY provide electrical work and renewables as well.
Local Specialist Electrical Installers

• Domestic
• Commercial
• Industrial
• Renewables
• Fully guaranteed & Insured
• Fuseboard Upgrades
• Landlord EICR Certificates
• Rewiring
• House Extensions
• New Builds
• Solar PV
• Electric Car Charging Points
• LED Lighting
• Bathroom Upgrades
• Kitchen Upgrades
• NICEIC affiliated
• Fully Insured
• Over 25 Years Experience

Contact; Darren Gregory on 07766667776
https://www.facebook.com/repsyltd
@repsyltd on Twitter

Thank you again to everyone who voted and for Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltdfor their sponsorship!

Arbroath 1 – 1 Stranraer – Man of the Match awards

Sponsor’s Man of the Match

Malcolm Booth presented Bobby Linn with his Sponsor’s Man of the Match trophy and Bottle of Wine last night in the Arbroath FC Boardroom.

Congratulations yet again to Bobby and thank you Malcolm!

Boardroom Man of the Match

Ewan Rae presented Michael McKenna with his Boardroom Man of the Match trophy and Bottle of Wine last night in the Arbroath FC Boardroom.

Many thanks to Ewan for his continued support and congratulations to Mikey!

C’mon the Lichties!

Arbroath 1 – 1 Stranraer – 36nilTV Match Highlights

A huge thank you to Neil at 36nilTV who has put the highlights package together this evening for your viewing.

Here are the highlight’s from the draw at Gayfield this evening. Another great goal by Bobby but check out Darren Jamieson’s save just after 7 minutes!

Please remember to show some love for 36NilTV and give them a follow on Twitter and Instagram at @36NilTV and remember to subscribe to the 36NilTV YouTube Channel for first notification of match highlights and match interviews.

It’s very easy and if you have a gmail account you already have a YouTube account!

Arbroath 1 – 1 Stranraer – 36nilTV Post Match Interviews

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell spoke to 36nilTV and the media after tonight’s draw against Stranraer at Gayfield.

Stranraer Manager Stevie Farrell spoke to 36nilTV and the media after tonight’s draw against Arbroath at Gayfield.

Please remember to show some love for 36NilTV and give them a follow on Twitter and Instagram at @36NilTV and remember to subscribe to the 36NilTV YouTube Channel for first notification of match highlights and match interviews.

It’s very easy and if you have a gmail account you already have a YouTube account!

Arbroath 1 – 1 Stranraer

Arbroath couldn’t find the winning goal this evening as a determined Stranraer continued their good run of form at Gayfield as both sides settled for a point.

The point does extend the Lichties lead at the top to 13 points with only 13 games remaining thanks to Bobby Linn’s 26th minute strike which was his 17th goal of the campaign.

A stunning save from Darren Jamieson in the first half denied Joao Victoria from close range with Greig Spence also hitting the bar for the Lichties with Michael McKenna coming close twice in the first half.

The second half definitely wasn’t a classic and Stranraer equalised in the 66th minute. Darren Jamieson made a brilliant save from a flashing Grant Anderson header, but Kyle Turner was quickest to the rebound and fired low into the net.

Substitutes Ryan Wallace and Ryan McCord made a positive difference but Stranraer had a late chance to snatch the win but were again denied by Jamieson.

A tough game away on Saturday as we travel to Raith Rovers but our destiny is still very much in our own hands.

Arbroath

1 – Darren Jamieson
2 – Jason Thomson
3 – Colin Hamilton
4 – Ricky Little (c)
5 – Thomas O’Brien
6 – David Gold
7 – Omar Kader (Donnelly 61)
8 – Michael McKenna
9 – Greig Spence (Wallace 73)
10 – Gavin Swankie (McCord 73)
11 – Bobby Linn

Substitutes

12 – Danny Denholm
14 – Ryan Wallace – 9 – 73rd
15 – Ryan McCord – 10; 73rd
16 – Steven Doris
17 – Mark Whatley
18 – Luke Donnelly – 7; 61st
21 – Darren Hill (GK)

Goal – Linn 26

Yellow Card – O’Brien 56

Attendance – 532

Officials;

Referee – Craig Napier
Assistant Referee 1 – John McCrossan
Assistant Referee 2 – Euan Birch

C’mon the Lichties

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Raith Rovers vs Arbroath - Match Preview

Match Day 25 - Ladbrokes League 1 - Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 16th February 2019, Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath travel to Kirkcaldy tomorrow to take on John McGlynn’s Raith Rovers for the biggest match of the season - well until the next one!

There are 13 huge games remaining but as all season we are just taking one game at a time and focusing on 3pm on Saturday afternoon.

Both Arbroath and Raith Rovers have dropped points over the last 5 games with the Lichties picking up 8 points out of 15 with wins over Brechin City, Stenhousemuir and then draws against Montrose and Stranraer and a defeat to Forfar Athletic.

Where as Raith have picked up 5 points out of 15 with a win over Stenhousemuir, draws against Airdrieonians and Forfar Athletic and defeats against East Fife and Brechin City.

This has allowed Forfar Athletic to draw level in 2nd place, albeit with a game in hand while East Fife just sit 2 points behind 2nd place with a game in hand. It is fair to say the final run in to the end of the season and both ends of the table is exciting for the neutral.

Raith Rovers Team News

Raith Rovers have brought in 4 new players since our last meeting but suffered a huge blow when star striker Lewis Vaughan was ruled out for the season after requiring an operation on his cruciate.

Former East Fife striker Chris Duggan also could be missing with a groin injury but top scorer Kevin Nisbet is expected to return after coming off early against Hibernian in the Scottish Cup with a tight hamstring.

Arbroath Team News

The Lichties should be at full strength going into this tie but Dick Campbell indicated in his post match interview on Tuesday that there could be changes made to his starting 11 for the trip to Stark’s Park.

We of course always are grateful for your support and look forward to a large and vocal support tomorrow in the McDermid Stand.

C’mon the Lichties!

Raith Rovers Squad - including winter arrivals

GK - 17 - Dean Lyness - St Mirren
GK - 01 - Robbie Thomson

DF - 06 - Kyle Benedictus
DF - 03 - Callum Crane
DF - 18 - David McKay
DF - 05 - Euan Murray
DF - 20 - Jamie Watson

MF - 24 - Jamie Barjonas - Rangers (loan)
MF - 19 - James Berry
MF - 11 - Tony Dingwall - Ross County
MF - 16 - Nathan Flanagan
MF - 08 - Grant Gillespie
MF - 12 - Ross Matthews
MF - 26 - Craig McGuffie - Ayr United (loan)
MF - 14 - Nat Wedderburn

ST - 09 - Liam Buchanan
ST - 07 - Chris Duggan
ST - 15 - Kevin Nisbet
ST - 23 - Jack Smith
ST - 10 - Lewis Vaughan

Raith Rovers Departures

Daniel Armstrong - Ross County
Lewis Milne - Montrose
Ryan Stevenson - Bo’Ness United - Loan
Euan Valentine - Berwick Rangers - Loan
Regan Hendry - Celtic - End of Loan
Kevin Silva - Hearts
Keiran Wright - Rangers - End of Loan

Raith Rovers results since our last meeting

Arbroath 0 - 2 Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 18
Raith Rovers 1 - 2 East Fife - SPFL League 1 - Game 19
Raith Rovers 5 - 1 Stenhousemuir - SPFL League 1 - Game 20
Airdrieonians 1 - 1 Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 21
Brechin City 2 - 1 Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 22
Raith Rovers 1 - 1 Forfar Athletic - SPFL League 1 - Game 23
Dumbarton vs Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 24 - Postponed

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath - head to head

Arbroath 0 - 2 Raith Rovers - 22nd December - Scottish League One - 2018 / 2019
Goals - Armstrong 19, Buchanan 37

Raith Rovers 1 - 1 Arbroath - Scottish League One - 2018 / 2019
Goals – Nisbit 87- Linn 79

Arbroath 1 - 1 Raith Rovers - 7th April 2018 - Scottish League One - 2017/2018
Goal - McIntosh 74 - Buchanan 39 pen

Raith Rovers 2 - 2 Arbroath - 24th February 2018 - Scottish League One - 2017/2018
Goals - Thomson 43, Furtardo 74 - Wallace 64 pen, McIntosh 90

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee - John McKendrick
Assistant Referee 1 - Anthony Cooper
Assistant Referee 2 - Robert Thomson

Match Information;

Arbroath fans will be housed in the McDermid Stand, which is also know as the North Stand.

Turnstiles will open at 2pm.

Standard Gate Admission Prices
£15 - Adult
£20 - Parent & Child

Concessions
£10 - Students (proof of status required)
£8 - Junior (Under 16)
£8 - Senior Citizen (Over 65)
£8 - Disability & Carer Concession (Disabled person, Carer = FREE)

**Concession tickets must be purchased at the ticket pod outside of the stand, Proof of status/age may be required.

Travelling to Stark’s Park

By Train – Kirkcaldy Railway Station is situated to the North of the stadium and within easy walking distance (approximately 1 mile) of the stadium. On leaving platform 2, walk onto Whyte Melville Road towards the Railway Bridge then turn right and continue towards Beveridge Park Roundabout. Thereafter continue onto Abbotshall Road to Pratt Street.

By Car – From A92, leave dual carriageway at Kirkcaldy West, take the 3rd exit signposted A910 Town Centre and continue on that route to Kirkcaldy Railway Station. The ‘station’ car park is available for use and can be accessed from exit 2. There is additional but limited parking at Beveridge Park Car Park. To the south of the stadium, there is significant public and ‘on street parking’ in and around the esplanade. If parking ‘on street’, patrons are asked to park responsibly and be aware of some local restrictions. Pratt Street will be closed to traffic at least 30 minutes prior to kick off.

By Coach – Supporters coaches can be accommodated in the Beveridge Park car park (40 spaces)and on the esplanade. There is no general drop off facility at the stadium due to restricted access. Patrons using public transport can exit Kirkcaldy Bus Station and make their way via High Street to Links Street and thereafter arrive at Pratt Street South.

Blue Badge Parking – There are 12 spaces available at the rear of the North (Val McDermid) Stand which are offered on a first come first served basis. Any special drop off arrangements should be made directly to the club prior to match day. (01592 263514)

This is a huge game for both clubs and with a stand to ourselves we hope that there will be a very large and vocal support cheering on the Lichties!

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties!
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Raith Rovers vs Arbroath - Match Preview

Match Day 25 - Ladbrokes League 1 - Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 16th February 2019, Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath travel to Kirkcaldy tomorrow to take on John McGlynn’s Raith Rovers for the biggest match of the season - well until the next one!

There are 13 huge games remaining but as all season we are just taking one game at a time and focusing on 3pm on Saturday afternoon.

Both Arbroath and Raith Rovers have dropped points over the last 5 games with the Lichties picking up 8 points out of 15 with wins over Brechin City, Stenhousemuir and then draws against Montrose and Stranraer and a defeat to Forfar Athletic.  

Where as Raith have picked up 5 points out of 15 with a win over Stenhousemuir, draws against Airdrieonians and Forfar Athletic and defeats against East Fife and Brechin City.

This has allowed Forfar Athletic to draw level in 2nd place, albeit with a game in hand while East Fife just sit 2 points behind 2nd place with a game in hand.  It is fair to say the final run in to the end of the season and both ends of the table is exciting for the neutral.

Raith Rovers Team News

Raith Rovers have brought in 4 new players since our last meeting but suffered a huge blow when star striker Lewis Vaughan was ruled out for the season after requiring an operation on his cruciate.  

Former East Fife striker Chris Duggan also could be missing with a groin injury but top scorer Kevin Nisbet is expected to return after coming off early against Hibernian in the Scottish Cup with a tight hamstring.

Arbroath Team News

The Lichties should be at full strength going into this tie but Dick Campbell indicated in his post match interview on Tuesday that there could be changes made to his starting 11 for the trip to Stark’s Park.

We of course always are grateful for your support and look forward to a large and vocal support tomorrow in the McDermid Stand.

C’mon the Lichties! 

Raith Rovers Squad - including winter arrivals

GK - 17 - Dean Lyness  - St Mirren
GK - 01 - Robbie Thomson

DF - 06 - Kyle Benedictus
DF - 03 - Callum Crane 
DF - 18 - David McKay
DF - 05 - Euan Murray
DF - 20 - Jamie Watson

MF - 24 - Jamie Barjonas - Rangers (loan)
MF - 19 - James Berry
MF - 11 - Tony Dingwall - Ross County
MF - 16 - Nathan Flanagan 
MF - 08 - Grant Gillespie 
MF - 12 - Ross Matthews
MF - 26 - Craig McGuffie - Ayr United (loan)
MF - 14 - Nat Wedderburn 

ST - 09 - Liam Buchanan
ST - 07 - Chris Duggan 
ST - 15 - Kevin Nisbet 
ST - 23 - Jack Smith
ST - 10 - Lewis Vaughan

Raith Rovers Departures

Daniel Armstrong - Ross County
Lewis Milne - Montrose
Ryan Stevenson - Bo’Ness United - Loan
Euan Valentine - Berwick Rangers - Loan
Regan Hendry - Celtic - End of Loan
Kevin Silva - Hearts
Keiran Wright - Rangers - End of Loan

Raith Rovers results since our last meeting

Arbroath 0 - 2 Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 18
Raith Rovers 1 - 2 East Fife - SPFL League 1 - Game 19
Raith Rovers 5 - 1 Stenhousemuir - SPFL League 1 - Game 20
Airdrieonians 1 - 1 Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 21
Brechin City 2 - 1 Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 22
Raith Rovers 1 - 1 Forfar Athletic - SPFL League 1 - Game 23
Dumbarton vs Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 24 - Postponed

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath - head to head

Arbroath 0 - 2 Raith Rovers - 22nd December - Scottish League One - 2018 / 2019
Goals - Armstrong 19, Buchanan 37

Raith Rovers 1 - 1 Arbroath - Scottish League One - 2018 / 2019
Goals – Nisbit 87- Linn 79

Arbroath 1 - 1 Raith Rovers -  7th April 2018 - Scottish League One - 2017/2018
Goal - McIntosh 74 - Buchanan 39 pen

Raith Rovers 2 - 2 Arbroath - 24th February 2018 - Scottish League One - 2017/2018
Goals - Thomson 43, Furtardo 74 - Wallace 64 pen, McIntosh 90

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee - John McKendrick
Assistant Referee 1 - Anthony Cooper
Assistant Referee 2 - Robert Thomson

Match Information;

Arbroath fans will be housed in the McDermid Stand, which is also know as the North Stand.

Turnstiles will open at 2pm.

Standard Gate Admission Prices
£15 - Adult
£20 - Parent & Child 

Concessions 
£10 - Students (proof of status required)
£8 - Junior (Under 16)
£8 - Senior Citizen (Over 65)
£8 - Disability & Carer Concession (Disabled person, Carer = FREE)

**Concession tickets must be purchased at the ticket pod outside of the stand, Proof of status/age may be required.

Travelling to Stark’s Park

By Train – Kirkcaldy Railway Station is situated to the North of the stadium and within easy walking distance (approximately 1 mile) of the stadium. On leaving platform 2, walk onto Whyte Melville Road towards the Railway Bridge then turn right and continue towards Beveridge Park Roundabout. Thereafter continue onto Abbotshall Road to Pratt Street.

By Car – From A92, leave dual carriageway at Kirkcaldy West, take the 3rd exit signposted A910 Town Centre and continue on that route to Kirkcaldy Railway Station. The ‘station’ car park is available for use and can be accessed from exit 2. There is additional but limited parking at Beveridge Park Car Park. To the south of the stadium, there is significant public and ‘on street parking’ in and around the esplanade. If parking ‘on street’, patrons are asked to park responsibly and be aware of some local restrictions. Pratt Street will be closed to traffic at least 30 minutes prior to kick off.

By Coach – Supporters coaches can be accommodated in the Beveridge Park car park (40 spaces)and on the esplanade. There is no general drop off facility at the stadium due to restricted access. Patrons using public transport can exit Kirkcaldy Bus Station and make their way via High Street to Links Street and thereafter arrive at Pratt Street South.

Blue Badge Parking – There are 12 spaces available at the rear of the North (Val McDermid) Stand which are offered on a first come first served basis. Any special drop off arrangements should be made directly to the club prior to match day. (01592 263514)

This is a huge game for both clubs and with a stand to ourselves we hope that there will be a very large and vocal support cheering on the Lichties!

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties!

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Happy Birthday to Darren Jamieson!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish our goalkeeper Darren Jamieson a very Happy 28th Birthday!

Darren signed for the Lichties in May and has become a popular figure with the supporters and played a pivotal role in our good form this season making several key saves and claimed 7 clean sheets in the league so far!

We hope DJ is able to celebrate his birthday with his family and friends!

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Happy Birthday to Darren Jamieson!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish our goalkeeper Darren Jamieson a very Happy 28th Birthday!

Darren signed for the Lichties in May and has become a popular figure with the supporters and played a pivotal role in our good form this season making several key saves and claimed 7 clean sheets in the league so far!

We hope DJ is able to celebrate his birthday with his family and friends!

Happy Birthday DJ!

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Happy birthday DJ Darren Jamieson, all the best, have a great one 🎉🎁🎈🎂 been incredible for us this season 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻 36-0

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Thank you! 👏🏼 end the season well is my birthday wish this year 👍🏼😎

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Happy birthday Darren Jamieson best keeper in the league

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Many happy returns mate hope ots a great day a wee clean sheet the morra would be the best birthday present ever have a good one

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Happy Birthday Darren 🍺🍰

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Happy Birthday DJ

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Happy Birthday DJ

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Happy Birthday Darren 🎂 🎈 🎇

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Have a great day and hope your birthday wishes come true together with all the team and town...

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Happy Birthday DJ ⚽️🥅

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happy birthday dj have a good one bud

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Happy birthday Darren 🎂

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Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Match Day 25 – Ladbrokes League 1 – Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 16th February 2019, Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath travel to Kirkcaldy tomorrow to take on John McGlynn’s Raith Rovers for the biggest match of the season – well until the next one!

There are 13 huge games remaining but as all season we are just taking one game at a time and focusing on 3pm on Saturday afternoon.

Both Arbroath and Raith Rovers have dropped points over the last 5 games with the Lichties picking up 8 points out of 15 with wins over Brechin City, Stenhousemuir and then draws against Montrose and Stranraer and a defeat to Forfar Athletic.

Where as Raith have picked up 5 points out of 15 with a win over Stenhousemuir, draws against Airdrieonians and Forfar Athletic and defeats against East Fife and Brechin City.

This has allowed Forfar Athletic to draw level in 2nd place, albeit with a game in hand while East Fife just sit 2 points behind 2nd place with a game in hand. It is fair to say the final run in to the end of the season and both ends of the table is exciting for the neutral.

Raith Rovers Team News

Raith Rovers have brought in 4 new players since our last meeting but suffered a huge blow when star striker Lewis Vaughan was ruled out for the season after requiring an operation on his cruciate.

Former East Fife striker Chris Duggan also could be missing with a groin injury but top scorer Kevin Nisbet is expected to return after coming off early against Hibernian in the Scottish Cup with a tight hamstring.

Arbroath Team News

The Lichties should be at full strength going into this tie but Dick Campbell indicated in his post match interview on Tuesday that there could be changes made to his starting 11 for the trip to Stark’s Park.

We of course always are grateful for your support and look forward to a large and vocal support tomorrow in the McDermid Stand.

C’mon the Lichties!

Raith Rovers Squad – including winter arrivals

GK – 17 – Dean Lyness – St Mirren
GK – 01 – Robbie Thomson

DF – 06 – Kyle Benedictus
DF – 03 – Callum Crane
DF – 18 – David McKay
DF – 05 – Euan Murray
DF – 20 – Jamie Watson

MF – 24 – Jamie Barjonas – Rangers (loan)
MF – 19 – James Berry
MF – 11 – Tony Dingwall – Ross County
MF – 16 – Nathan Flanagan
MF – 08 – Grant Gillespie
MF – 12 – Ross Matthews
MF – 26 – Craig McGuffie – Ayr United (loan)
MF – 14 – Nat Wedderburn

ST – 09 – Liam Buchanan
ST – 07 – Chris Duggan
ST – 15 – Kevin Nisbet
ST – 23 – Jack Smith
ST – 10 – Lewis Vaughan

Raith Rovers Departures

Daniel Armstrong – Ross County
Lewis Milne – Montrose
Ryan Stevenson – Bo’Ness United – Loan
Euan Valentine – Berwick Rangers – Loan
Regan Hendry – Celtic – End of Loan
Kevin Silva – Hearts
Keiran Wright – Rangers – End of Loan

Raith Rovers results since our last meeting

Arbroath 0 – 2 Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 18
Raith Rovers 1 – 2 East Fife – SPFL League 1 – Game 19
Raith Rovers 5 – 1 Stenhousemuir – SPFL League 1 – Game 20
Airdrieonians 1 – 1 Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 21
Brechin City 2 – 1 Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 22
Raith Rovers 1 – 1 Forfar Athletic – SPFL League 1 – Game 23
Dumbarton vs Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 24 – Postponed

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – head to head

Arbroath 0 – 2 Raith Rovers – 22nd December – Scottish League One – 2018 / 2019
Goals – Armstrong 19, Buchanan 37

Raith Rovers 1 – 1 Arbroath – Scottish League One – 2018 / 2019
Goals – Nisbit 87- Linn 79

Arbroath 1 – 1 Raith Rovers – 7th April 2018 – Scottish League One – 2017/2018
Goal – McIntosh 74 – Buchanan 39 pen

Raith Rovers 2 – 2 Arbroath – 24th February 2018 – Scottish League One – 2017/2018
Goals – Thomson 43, Furtardo 74 – Wallace 64 pen, McIntosh 90

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee – John McKendrick
Assistant Referee 1 – Anthony Cooper
Assistant Referee 2 – Robert Thomson

Match Information;

Arbroath fans will be housed in the McDermid Stand, which is also know as the North Stand.

Turnstiles will open at 2pm.

Standard Gate Admission Prices
£15 – Adult
£20 – Parent & Child

Concessions
£10 – Students (proof of status required)
£8 – Junior (Under 16)
£8 – Senior Citizen (Over 65)
£8 – Disability & Carer Concession (Disabled person, Carer = FREE)

**Concession tickets must be purchased at the ticket pod outside of the stand, Proof of status/age may be required.

Travelling to Stark’s Park

By Train – Kirkcaldy Railway Station is situated to the North of the stadium and within easy walking distance (approximately 1 mile) of the stadium. On leaving platform 2, walk onto Whyte Melville Road towards the Railway Bridge then turn right and continue towards Beveridge Park Roundabout. Thereafter continue onto Abbotshall Road to Pratt Street.

By Car – From A92, leave dual carriageway at Kirkcaldy West, take the 3rd exit signposted A910 Town Centre and continue on that route to Kirkcaldy Railway Station. The ‘station’ car park is available for use and can be accessed from exit 2. There is additional but limited parking at Beveridge Park Car Park. To the south of the stadium, there is significant public and ‘on street parking’ in and around the esplanade. If parking ‘on street’, patrons are asked to park responsibly and be aware of some local restrictions. Pratt Street will be closed to traffic at least 30 minutes prior to kick off.

By Coach – Supporters coaches can be accommodated in the Beveridge Park car park (40 spaces)and on the esplanade. There is no general drop off facility at the stadium due to restricted access. Patrons using public transport can exit Kirkcaldy Bus Station and make their way via High Street to Links Street and thereafter arrive at Pratt Street South.

Blue Badge Parking – There are 12 spaces available at the rear of the North (Val McDermid) Stand which are offered on a first come first served basis. Any special drop off arrangements should be made directly to the club prior to match day. (01592 263514)

This is a huge game for both clubs and with a stand to ourselves we hope that there will be a very large and vocal support cheering on the Lichties!

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties!

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – Saturday 16th February 2019 – Supporter Information

Raith Rovers vs Arbroath – Saturday 16th February 2019 – Supporter Information

Would all Arbroath supporters who are attending this Saturday’s top of the table clash at Stark’s Park please read the following match day information.

Arbroath supporters will be accommodated in the McDermid (North) Stand and will pay at the turnstile, apart from concessions who must first purchase their tickets at the POD and will need proof of entitlement.

Access to the McDermid Stand is through the North entrance.

Turnstiles will open at 2pm.

Standard Gate Admission Prices

£15 – Adult
£20 – Parent & Child

Concessions
£10 – Students (proof of status required)
£8 – Junior (Under 16)
£8 – Senior Citizen (Over 65)
£8 – Disability & Carer Concession (Disabled person, Carer = FREE)

Concessions who must first purchase their tickets at the Ticket POD and will need proof of entitlement.

Travelling to Stark’s Park
By Train – Kirkcaldy Railway Station is situated to the North of the stadium and within easy walking distance (approximately 1 mile) of the stadium. On leaving platform 2, walk onto Whyte Melville Road towards the Railway Bridge then turn right and continue towards Beveridge Park Roundabout. Thereafter continue onto Abbotshall Road to Pratt Street.

By Car – From A92, leave dual carriageway at Kirkcaldy West, take the 3rd exit signposted A910 Town Centre and continue on that route to Kirkcaldy Railway Station. The ‘station’ car park is available for use and can be accessed from exit 2. There is additional but limited parking at Beveridge Park Car Park. To the south of the stadium, there is significant public and ‘on street parking’ in and around the esplanade. If parking ‘on street’, patrons are asked to park responsibly and be aware of some local restrictions. Pratt Street will be closed to traffic at least 30 minutes prior to kick off.

By Coach – Supporters coaches can be accommodated in the Beveridge Park car park (40 spaces)and on the esplanade. There is no general drop off facility at the stadium due to restricted access. Patrons using public transport can exit Kirkcaldy Bus Station and make their way via High Street to Links Street and thereafter arrive at Pratt Street South.

Blue Badge Parking – There are 12 spaces available at the rear of the North (Val McDermid) Stand which are offered on a first come first served basis. Any special drop off arrangements should be made directly to the club prior to match day. (01592 263514)

We hope to see you there!

Arbroath vs Stranraer – Match Ball Sponsor

Arbroath FC would like to thank George Masson who was our Match Ball Sponsor for our game against Stranraer.

George Masson is pictured alongside Richard Dobson, Ewan McCafferty, Scott Carrie and Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell who presented them with a signed football.

George was representing Nicoll Russell Studios

Nicoll Russell Studios, Architects and Interior Designers; are located at;
111 King Street
Broughty Ferry,
Dundee City,
DD5 1EL

Website – http://www.nrsarchitects.com/
Phone – 01382 778966

Thanks to George and the team for their support!

C’mon the Lichties!

January Goal of the Month Results – Winning Goal – Goal B – Bobby Linn

Darren Gregory from January’s Goal of the Month sponsor Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltd presented Bobby Linn with his trophy for January 2019 after last night’s match.

36nilTV was there to capture the moment Bobby was handed his award.

Congratulations Bobby and thank you again to Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltd

One lucky Lichtie will be announced soon who won January’s prize!

January’s Sponsor for Goal of the Month is Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltd

REPSY who are run locally by Darren Gregory.

REPSY provide electrical work and renewables as well.
Local Specialist Electrical Installers

• Domestic
• Commercial
• Industrial
• Renewables
• Fully guaranteed & Insured
• Fuseboard Upgrades
• Landlord EICR Certificates
• Rewiring
• House Extensions
• New Builds
• Solar PV
• Electric Car Charging Points
• LED Lighting
• Bathroom Upgrades
• Kitchen Upgrades
• NICEIC affiliated
• Fully Insured
• Over 25 Years Experience

Contact; Darren Gregory on 07766667776
https://www.facebook.com/repsyltd
@repsyltd on Twitter

Thank you again to everyone who voted and for Renewable & Electrical Power Systems Ltdfor their sponsorship!

Arbroath 1 – 1 Stranraer – Man of the Match awards

Sponsor’s Man of the Match

Malcolm Booth presented Bobby Linn with his Sponsor’s Man of the Match trophy and Bottle of Wine last night in the Arbroath FC Boardroom.

Congratulations yet again to Bobby and thank you Malcolm!

Boardroom Man of the Match

Ewan Rae presented Michael McKenna with his Boardroom Man of the Match trophy and Bottle of Wine last night in the Arbroath FC Boardroom.

Many thanks to Ewan for his continued support and congratulations to Mikey!

C’mon the Lichties!

Arbroath 1 – 1 Stranraer – 36nilTV Match Highlights

A huge thank you to Neil at 36nilTV who has put the highlights package together this evening for your viewing.

Here are the highlight’s from the draw at Gayfield this evening. Another great goal by Bobby but check out Darren Jamieson’s save just after 7 minutes!

Please remember to show some love for 36NilTV and give them a follow on Twitter and Instagram at @36NilTV and remember to subscribe to the 36NilTV YouTube Channel for first notification of match highlights and match interviews.

It’s very easy and if you have a gmail account you already have a YouTube account!

To purchase Club Merchandise, please call the Club on 01241-872157 or email to arbroathfc@outlook.com or visit https://arbroath.footballkit.co.uk

 

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