Doncaster Rovers

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Doncaster Rovers Football Club is a professional football club that play in League Two which is the fourth tier of English Football. Managed by Danny Schofield the side are going through a very rough patch of form with no win in their last 5 games.

In our Doncaster Rovers Football Club guide, we provide you will all of the information regarding the squad, upcoming fixtures and results to the history of Doncaster Rovers Football Club.

Doncaster Rovers Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Doncaster Rovers 2024:

Goal Keepers

GoalkeeperPldGYCRC
Ian Lawlor14 (0)030
Louis Jones25 (2)020
Thimothee Lo-Tutala20 (0)041
Ben Bottomley
Jake Oram

Defender

DefenderPldGYCRC
Jamie Sterry26 (4)070
Ollie Younger
James Maxwell26 (5)260
Joseph Olowu38 (10)080
Richard Wood29 (1)010
Ro-Shaun Williams
Luke Molyneux51 (7)1150
Thomas Nixon24 (7)140
Tom Anderson34 (5)1101
Andy Butler
Jack Senior24 (4)0100
Jay McGrath5 (2)020
Bobby Faulkner2 (2)000

Midfielder

MidfielderPldGYCRC
George Broadbent23 (20)050
Ben Close23 (4)440
Tommy Rowe25 (20)431
Jon Taylor1 (3)010
Harrison Biggins30 (14)780
Owen Bailey59 (0)390
Kyle Hurst7 (23)400
Zain Westbrooke20 (14)260
Rodrigo Vilca
James Coppinger
Jack Degruchy0 (1)000
Liam Ravenhill
Cody Prior
Tavonga Kuleya1 (5)000
Jack Whiting
William Hollings
Jack Goodman3 (10)000
Charlie Petch
Aleksander Wolny
Matthew Craig20 (0)150
Jack Raper
Will Flint2 (2)010
Corie Cole
Faris Kahn
Billy Waters4 (7)020
Alexander Fletcher
Thomas Henson
Sam Straughan Brown0 (1)000
Daniel Wilds
Hakeeb Adelakun20 (1)930

Strikers

StrikerPldGYCRC
George Miller2 (1)200
Joe Ironside47 (8)2450
William Longbottom
Tyler Roberts5 (7)020
Conor Carty2 (3)000
Lee Tomlin
Reo Griffiths
Kieran Agard
Caolan Lavery
Ethan Harrison
Louie Marsh4 (4)100
Myron Gibbons
Maxime Biamou2 (5)200
Rieves Boocock
Rian McLean

Doncaster Rovers Upcoming Fixtures

Doncaster Rovers Previous Results

DateMatchResultScoreCompetition
05 Aug 2023Doncaster Rovers v Harrogate TownL0-1League Two
08 Aug 2023Hull City v Doncaster RoversW1-2League Cup
12 Aug 2023Newport County v Doncaster RoversL4-0League Two
15 Aug 2023Doncaster Rovers v Mansfield TownD2-2League Two
19 Aug 2023Doncaster Rovers v Notts CountyL1-3League Two
26 Aug 2023Milton Keynes Dons v Doncaster RoversL2-1League Two
30 Aug 2023Doncaster Rovers v EvertonL1-2League Cup
02 Sep 2023Doncaster Rovers v Swindon TownD0-0League Two
09 Sep 2023Wrexham v Doncaster RoversL2-1League Two
16 Sep 2023Forest Green Rovers v Doncaster RoversW1-2League Two
19 Sep 2023Doncaster Rovers v Everton AcademyW2-0Football League Trophy
23 Sep 2023Doncaster Rovers v GillinghamW2-1League Two
30 Sep 2023Barrow v Doncaster RoversL3-2League Two
03 Oct 2023Doncaster Rovers v Crawley TownW2-0League Two
07 Oct 2023Stockport County v Doncaster RoversL1-0League Two
10 Oct 2023Mansfield Town v Doncaster RoversL3-2Football League Trophy
14 Oct 2023Doncaster Rovers v Sutton UnitedW4-1League Two
20 Oct 2023Tranmere Rovers v Doncaster RoversW1-2League Two
24 Oct 2023Doncaster Rovers v Salford CityL0-3League Two
28 Oct 2023Doncaster Rovers v Grimsby TownW1-0League Two
04 Nov 2023Doncaster Rovers v Accrington StanleyD2-2FA Cup
07 Nov 2023Doncaster Rovers v Burton AlbionW2-1Football League Trophy
11 Nov 2023AFC Wimbledon v Doncaster RoversL2-0League Two
14 Nov 2023Accrington Stanley v Doncaster RoversW1-2FA Cup
25 Nov 2023Crewe Alexandra v Doncaster RoversL3-2League Two
28 Nov 2023Doncaster Rovers v Colchester UnitedW3-1League Two
02 Dec 2023Peterborough United v Doncaster RoversL2-1FA Cup
05 Dec 2023Doncaster Rovers v Nottingham Forest AcademyW3-0Football League Trophy
09 Dec 2023Accrington Stanley v Doncaster RoversD0-0League Two
16 Dec 2023Doncaster Rovers v MorecambeL0-5League Two
22 Dec 2023Doncaster Rovers v Bradford CityL1-3League Two
26 Dec 2023Notts County v Doncaster RoversL3-0League Two
29 Dec 2023Mansfield Town v Doncaster RoversD1-1League Two
01 Jan 2024Doncaster Rovers v Milton Keynes DonsW3-0League Two
06 Jan 2024Harrogate Town v Doncaster RoversL3-1League Two
13 Jan 2024Doncaster Rovers v Newport CountyL0-1League Two
16 Jan 2024Doncaster Rovers v Wigan AthleticW1-1 (4-2)Football League Trophy
27 Jan 2024Doncaster Rovers v Stockport CountyL1-5League Two
30 Jan 2024Bradford City v Doncaster RoversL1-0Football League Trophy
03 Feb 2024Sutton United v Doncaster RoversD1-1League Two
10 Feb 2024Doncaster Rovers v Tranmere RoversW2-1League Two
13 Feb 2024Salford City v Doncaster RoversD2-2League Two
17 Feb 2024Grimsby Town v Doncaster RoversW1-5League Two
24 Feb 2024Doncaster Rovers v AFC WimbledonW1-0League Two
02 Mar 2024Walsall v Doncaster RoversL3-1League Two
05 Mar 2024Bradford City v Doncaster RoversD1-1League Two
09 Mar 2024Doncaster Rovers v Crewe AlexandraW2-0League Two
16 Mar 2024Swindon Town v Doncaster RoversW1-2League Two
23 Mar 2024Doncaster Rovers v Forest Green RoversW2-0League Two
29 Mar 2024Crawley Town v Doncaster RoversW0-2League Two
02 Apr 2024Doncaster Rovers v WrexhamW1-0League Two
06 Apr 2024Morecambe v Doncaster RoversW0-3League Two
09 Apr 2024Doncaster Rovers v WalsallW2-1League Two
13 Apr 2024Doncaster Rovers v Accrington StanleyW4-0League Two
20 Apr 2024Doncaster Rovers v BarrowW4-2League Two
23 Apr 2024Colchester United v Doncaster RoversW1-4League Two
27 Apr 2024Gillingham v Doncaster RoversD2-2League Two
06 May 2024Crewe Alexandra v Doncaster RoversW0-2League Two Play-Offs
10 May 2024Doncaster Rovers v Crewe AlexandraL0-2 (3-4)League Two Play-Offs

Popular Questions

When was Doncaster Rovers Football Club founded?

Doncaster Rovers Football Club was founded on 21 July 1879, making it one of the oldest professional football clubs in England.

What is the home stadium of Doncaster Rovers Football Club?

The home stadium of Doncaster Rovers Football Club is the Keepmoat Stadium, which has a capacity of approximately 15,231 spectators. The stadium was opened in 2007 and is located in the Lakeside area of Doncaster.

Has Doncaster Rovers Football Club ever won a major trophy?

Yes, Doncaster Rovers Football Club has won a major trophy in its history. In the 2018-19 season, the club won the Football League Trophy, which is a knockout competition for teams from League One and League Two. Doncaster Rovers defeated Portsmouth 2-1 in the final to lift the trophy for the first time in their history.

Manager History

PeriodManagerCountryborn
01/07/2023 – 30/06/2024Grant McCannNorthern Ireland14/04/1980
20/10/2022 – 30/06/2023Danny SchofieldEngland10/04/1980
17/10/2022 – 19/10/2022Paul GreenIreland10/04/1983
02/12/2021 – 16/10/2022Gary McSheffreyEngland13/08/1982
17/05/2021 – 01/12/2021Richie WellensEngland26/03/1980
01/03/2021 – 16/05/2021Andy ButlerEngland04/11/1983
10/07/2019 – 01/03/2021Darren MooreJamaica22/04/1974
27/06/2018 – 30/06/2019Grant McCannNorthern Ireland14/04/1980
16/10/2015 – 04/06/2018Darren FergusonScotland09/02/1972
09/09/2015 – 15/10/2015Robert JonesEngland03/11/1979
01/07/2013 – 08/09/2015Paul DickovScotland01/11/1972
06/01/2012 – 30/06/2013Brian FlynnWales12/10/1955
23/09/2011 – 05/01/2013Dean SaundersWales21/06/1964
10/09/2006 – 22/09/2011Sean O’DriscollIreland01/07/1957
03/09/2006 – 09/09/2006Mickey WalkerEngland10/04/1945
27/12/2001 – 30/08/2006David PenneyEngland17/08/1964
01/07/2000 – 26/12/2001Steve WignallEngland17/09/1954
01/07/1998 – 30/06/2000Ian SnodinEngland15/08/1963
01/11/1997 – 30/06/1998Daniel BergaraUruguay24/07/1942
01/08/1996 – 31/08/1997Kerry DixonEngland24/07/1961
01/07/1994 – 30/06/1996Cyril ChungEngland16/07/1932
01/07/1993 – 30/06/1994Ian AtkinsEngland16/01/1957
01/07/1991 – 30/06/1993Steve BeagleholeNorthern Ireland17/10/1960
01/07/1989 – 30/06/1991Billy BremnerScotland09/12/1942
01/07/1987 – 30/06/1989Dave MacKayScotland14/11/1934
01/10/1985 – 07/12/1987Dave CusackEngland06/06/1956
01/07/1978 – 30/06/1985Billy BremnerScotland09/12/1942
01/01/1975 – 30/06/1978Stan AndersonEngland27/02/1933
01/07/1971 – 30/06/1974Maurice SettersEngland16/12/1936
01/07/1968 – 30/06/1971Lawrie McMenemyEngland26/07/1936
01/07/1967 – 30/06/1968George RaynorEngland13/01/1907
01/07/1964 – 01/02/1966William LeiversEngland29/01/1932
01/07/1962 – 30/06/1964Oscar HoldEngland19/10/1918
01/07/1960 – 30/06/1961Norman CurtisEngland10/09/1924
01/03/1959 – 30/06/1960Jackie BestallEngland24/06/1900
01/07/1958 – 30/06/1961Jack CraystonEngland09/10/1910
01/05/1949 – 31/01/1958Peter DohertyNorthern Ireland05/06/1913
01/03/1946 – 31/03/1949Jackie BestallEngland24/06/1900
01/07/1944 – 31/03/1946Billy MarsdenEngland10/11/1901
01/07/1928 – 28/02/1936David MenziesScotland
01/07/1923 – 30/06/1927Dick RayEngland04/02/1876

Doncaster Rovers Trophies

HonourPositionYear
Division Three (North)Champion1934-35
Division Three (North)Champion1946-47
Division Three (North)Champion1949-50
League Division FourChampion1965-66
League Division FourRunner-up1983-84
Nationwide McMillan TrophyWinner1998-99
Nationwide McMillan TrophyWinner1999-2000
League Division 3Champion2003-04
Football League TrophyWinner2006-07
League OneChampion2012-13

Summary

Doncaster Rovers Football Club is a professional football club based in Doncaster, England. The club was founded in 1879 and plays its home games at the Keepmoat Stadium. Over the years, Doncaster Rovers has had periods of success and struggle, but the club has maintained a loyal fanbase throughout.

In terms of style of play, Doncaster Rovers is known for playing possession-based football, which involves keeping the ball on the ground and playing short, quick passes. The team is also known for its attacking prowess, with a focus on playing fast, attacking football in the final third of the pitch. This style of play has led to some memorable moments for the club and has earned them a reputation as an exciting team to watch.

Under the current manager, Richie Wellens, Doncaster Rovers has continued to play a possession-based style of football, with an emphasis on building from the back and controlling the tempo of the game. While results have been mixed in recent seasons, there is optimism among fans that the team can continue to develop and push for promotion in the future.

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