East Fife are delighted to be one of 33 SPFL clubs taking part in Papa John’s Sign for Your Club compeition.
One supporter from one SPFL club will win the chance to sign for their team for the remainder of the 2021/22 League One season and the winning club will receive £15,000 from Papa John’s. The winning fan will also receive the following:
The winning fan will be required to partake in a filming day at the club.
The competition is free to enter here and is open to anyone of any age and ability. The closing date is 31st January 2022.
This Sunday (2nd January 2022) we welcome Montrose to the Locality Hub Bayview Stadium. Due to updated Scottish Government guidance, we are only able to accommodate 500 supporters at this game.
The requirement to also reintroduce social distancing means season ticket holders will unfortunately be required to select new seats for this match. Season ticket holders can select their new seats here. Additional tickets may also be purchased. The system will automatically leave seats between each transaction so those wishing to sit together should collect/purchase their tickets in one transaction (max. 8 tickets). You may be contacted to confirm the names of the season ticket holders.
Details of any general sale will be announced tomorrow.
Any season ticket holder who is not able to attend the game can watch the match free of charge on East Fife TV.
We travel to the Balmoral Stadium today to face Cove Rangers for our final match of 2021. Cove currently sit top of cinch League One on 37 points.
There are no fresh injury concerns for Manager Stevie Crawford with only long-term absentees Danny Swanson and Mikey Cunningham expected to be missing through injury. Both Danny and Mikey have now returned to light training but are not expected to feature until after New Year.
East Fife will be in our 3rd choice all-red kit today.
Cove Rangers will be in their traditional home colours of all-blue.
In line with the latest Government guidance, a maximum capacity of will be enforced at the Balmoral Stadium today. Tickets must be purchased in advance, there will be no pay-at-the-gate option and the ticket office will not be open. There are no available tickets for this game.
Although proof of a negative test is not required for entry, supporters are encouraged to take a Lateral Flow Test before arriving at the stadium. Supporters are also encouraged to wear face coverings whilst in crowded areas.
Those unable to attend today’s game can watch the match live on CRFC TV for £12. Coverage will begin at 14:30PM BST. Due to UEFA blocked hours this match is not available to viewers in England. The match can be purchased here.
Cove Rangers offer a free online programme. The latest edition of UnCOVEred can be viewed here.
Our cinch League One home match against Falkirk that was abandoned on Saturday (18th December) has been rearranged for Saturday 22nd January 2022.
All tickets purchased for the original tie will be valid for the rearranged game.
The club can confirm that Andrew Osei-Bonsu has been released from his contract which was due to expire next month.
Andrew made 11 appearances for the club since signing in September.
Manager Stevie Crawford commented: “Things haven't worked out as expected for Andy at East Fife. I didn't see him as part of my plans in the longer term and with his contract expiring in January, we felt it was only fair to allow him the opportunity to find another club as soon as possible.”
Everyone at the club would like to wish him all the best in the future and thank him for his efforts.
As Christmas approaches at the end of a difficult year, Levenmouth Foodbank are busier than ever. The Club would like to support this amazing community initiative by facilitating a collection organised is Isla and Andy English at this weekend’s home fixture v Falkirk. We would ask that fans consider making a donation of food (see list below) or cash to allow the foodbank to purchase good they are short of.
Donations can be made from 1.30-3.00pm at the side door of Bayview (behind the club shop). All donations will be greatly appreciated and will help ensure that local people do not go hungry over the festive period.
Tinned meat (meatballs, hot dogs, mince, curry, chilli, chicken etc.)
Coffee (small jar)
Diluting juice (small)