Kingdom Kangaroos are Fife's only Australian Rules Football team, with training held in Rosyth and Kirkcaldy.
The Stanza Poetry Festival, East Neuk Festival, Pittenweem Arts Festival are events of national cultural importance. Smaller festivals like Cupar Arts Festival also take place. The Byre Theatre in St Andrews and Adam Smith Theatre in Kirkcaldy were both highly regarded as touring venues, the latter also being the base of the grand opera company Fife Opera. The Byre has re-opened in Autumn, 2014 following its going into administration in 2012.
THE Bully Wee needed a win to go top but Gavin Mitchell’s first-half strike for the Spiders allowed Elgin to take pole position.
The fourth round of the IRN-BRU Cup takes place this weekend, with matches on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. On...
SPFL clubs will cash in from the revamped League Cup this season thanks to new sponsorship and broadcast deals.
As for senior sports teams, Fife has four football clubs. Cowdenbeath, Raith Rovers, Dunfermline Athletic, East Fife
The 1927 cup feat was surpassed just over a decade later when "The Fifers" won the 1937–38 Scottish Cup. The prestigious cup was secured with a 4–2 win over Kilmarnock in the final. The game was watched by a crowd of almost 92,000 spectators.
Experience Fife's award-winning beaches, including St Andrews West Sands, famed for the opening scenes of Chariots of Fire.
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THERE were no goals at Forthbank but plenty of close calls, while Elgin City moved five points clear at the top.
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MEDIA Scotland sports journalist Colin Paterson's team-by-team guide to Ladbrokes League One ahead of the big kick-off tomorrow.
Brechin City are the new leaders in Ladbrokes League 1 thanks to a 1-0 win over Stranraer at Stair Park on Saturday.
BBC Scotland gives a rundown of the arrivals and departures this summer in Scottish League Two.
IN A week when Scottish referees have been back in the spot light for all the wrong reasons, one of the few players to make the switch from playing to officiating reveals the challenges he faces during every game.
MEDIA Scotland sports journalist Colin Paterson hits out at the new-look competition which gets underway with first-round ties tonight.
The club's East Fife Ladies team competes in the Scottish Women's Football League Second Division East. They are a developing club at all ages including first-team for ladies' football, and play their home games in Levenmouth, Fife.
Celtic, Queen of the South, Alloa Athletic and Forfar Athletic are top of their respective divisions going into the weekend games.
The club offered every primary and secondary school in Glenrothes, Levenmouth and North East Fife a child and adult ticket for every home match this season. Schools were very keen to take up the offer and have decided that they will use the tickets as a reward for good behaviour or excellent work, or to offer a child in their school the chance to attend their first football match with a parent, where they might not normally get the opportunity.
The club, established in 1903, were the first club to win the Scottish League Cup three times and one of only two clubs from the second tier of the Scottish league system to win the Scottish Cup, making them the most successful club in Fife in terms of major honours won.
The head coach says the challenge for his team is to turn the negatives into a positive as they look for three points against the Blue Toon.
Craig Fowler selects his latest SPFL Team of the Week, with Aberdeen’s James Maddison the star man for his performance against Kilmarnock.
ROVERS just missed out on the play-offs last season but are ready to go in Ladbrokes League One today at New Bayview.
THE Spiders have important League Two clashes against East Fife and Berwick on the two weekends leading up to the final on Sunday, March 13.
The club looks forward to welcoming our new guests at home games, and future fans of East Fife FC.
East Fife are one of four senior clubs based in Fife, but are the only one to bear the name of the area. The three other clubs are Cowdenbeath, Dunfermline Athletic and the Kirkcaldy-based Raith Rovers, all of whom have historically shared rivalries.
Resident statto @splstats looks at the numbers behind the weekend games, with the focus on Aberdeen, Celtic, Morton, Livingston and Stirling Albion.
Next weeks draw will take place in Molly Malones, Leven on Wednesday 12th October 2016 at 1.00pm. The new Jackpot is £2,150.00
BBC Scotland gives a rundown of the arrivals and departures during summer 2016 in Scottish League One.
BBC Scotland gives a rundown of the arrivals and departures during January 2016 in Scottish League Two.
Only six years after becoming members of the Scottish League, East Fife appeared in the 1927 Scottish Cup final, which it lost 3–1 to Celtic at Hampden Park.
MEDIA Scotland sports journalist Colin Paterson assesses the runners and riders in Ladbrokes League Two ahead of the big kick-off tomorrow.
EAST FIFE netted an impressive win against Dumbarton and St Mirren edged past Ayr United.
CLYDE dropped points at Hampden but Barry Ferguson insists he won't walk away from his job at Broadwood.
The new ground was officially renamed Bayview Stadium in 2007.
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ROVERS twice came from behind at New Bayview yesterday to get off the mark in Ladbrokes League One.
THIS list proves our game is still producing exciting kids as we run down the best Scotland has to offer.
In Season 2013–14 East Fife hired in three temporary stands to increase the ground capacity for the two fixtures with Rangers and one fixture with Dunfermline Athletic F.C. who visited the ground on 1 February 2014 with only two of the temporary stands open on that match, one for the home support and one for the away support. These boosted the capacity of the Stadium to 4,900. The three temporary stands were removed at the end of the season after the club was relegated.