We're delighted to announce that Liam Watt has agreed terms to remain at Bayview until the Summer of 2021.
Liam joined the club in the summer from Brechin City, making his debut in the League Cup against St. Johnstone in July 2018. Liam’s 33 appearance so far this season have featured 5 goals include a double in a 2-0 victory over Montrose in January.
We’re delighted to announce that Club Captain Kevin Smith has agreed to extend his stay at Bayview for another year.
Kevin joined the club in January 2014, initially on loan, from Dumbarton and made his debut against Forfar Athletic the same month. He was appointed Captain for the start of the 2015/16 season and guided the team to the League Two title that year.
To date, Kevin has 177 East Fife appearances to his name (34 so far this season) making him the club’s longest serving player. He has scored on 40 occasions for East Fife, 8 of which have come this season, including a goal of the season contender in a 2-0 victory against Queen of the South in the Irn Bru Cup.
This year’s Supporters Club Player of the Year Dance takes place on Saturday 4th May at The Locality Hub Bayview Stadium following our final home league game of the season. The dance will be hosted by Liam Anderson and will include speeches from Chairman Jim Stevenson and Manager Darren Young.
A variety of awards are presented on the night including Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year, Players’ Player of the Year, Top Goal Scorer and Goal of the Season, which is voted for on the night, as well as awards presented by the East Fife Board of Directors, East Fife Supporters Trust and East Fife Community Football Club. We will also be taking a look back at some of the ‘lighter’ moments of the season.
Tickets are priced at £15 for Supporters’ Club members and £20 for non-members which includes a buffet and entertainment from The Full Maxi Band. To purchase your ticket, Joyce or Jim in the entrance tunnel on home match days. Tickets will be on sale from tomorrow. Please note, this event is open to over 18s only.
As FFTC are taking additional booking for the pitch it means it is used on Friday nights and Saturday mornings and this means that the pitch does not look at its best for EFFC 3.00 pm kick off games and, although less of a problem, Tuesday mid-week games.
Both FFTC and EFFC agree that the pitch should be brushed before these games and are looking for someone who can carry out this work on a Saturday morning between approximately 11.30 and 13.30. Ideally the person will have experience of driving a groundcare type tractor but this is not essential as training can be given.
Our Ladbrokes League One match against Raith Rovers takes place on Saturday 30th March at the Locality Hub Bayview Stadium. This game has been confirmed as being all ticket and the following ticket arrangements will apply.
Adults - £15
*Concessions (Over 60s/Students) - £12
*Under 16s - £5
Parent & child - £18
Parent & 2 Children - £21
*Proof of eligibility may be requested
Season Ticket Holders
Match tickets will be available for collection from this Saturday (9th March) from the club office during normal office hours and on home match days. Season ticket holders should bring along match voucher no. 16 from their season ticket booklet. Your ticket will be held in the office and can be collected any time before kick off on 30th March.
Season ticket holders can also purchase additional ticket from Saturday (30th March). Please have your season ticket available.
If any season ticket holders do not intend to use their ticket, we would ask them to let us know as soon as possible.
Supporters Club Members
Supporters Club members are invited to purchase tickets from this Saturday (9th March). Tickets can be purchased during normal office hours and from the reception on home match days. Please have you Supporters Club Membership card available.
Any remaining tickets for the home end will go on general sale from Monday 18th March from 10 am.
Any queries drop us an email or give us a call.
We’re delighted to announce the signing on Chris Higgins on loan from Ayr United until the end of the season.
Chris joined Clyde for the start of the 2005/06 season and was part of the side who knocked Celtic out of the Scottish Cup the same season and went on to make over 100 appearances. He then moved on to Dunfermline Athletic in 2009 and helped the team gain promotion to the SPL the following season. His next stop was Queen of the South where, as Club Captain, the Doonhamers won the Scottish Second Division title and the Scottish Challenge Cup in the 2012/13 season. After making over 200 appearances for Queen of the South, Chris left to join Ayr United at the start of last season when they won the Scottish League One title.
Chris will train with the squad tonight a head of Saturday’s Ladbrokes League 1 match against Forfar Athletic.
Welcome to Bayview Chris!