Ross County

If you are looking to travel away to watch your beloved team play Ross County you will really enjoy the atmosphere at the Ross County Stadium.

Be sure to check out our in depth guide to the Ross County Stadium to find out all of the essential information such as the fastest route to and from the stadium, and also if there are any pubs, restaurants and cafés in the local area that are welcoming to visiting away fans.

Ross County FC is a professional football club that play in the Scottish first tier which is known as the Scottish Premier League. Managed by Malky Mackay the side are having a very difficult season finding themselves rock bottom of the table.

In our Ross County Football Club guide, we showcase all of the important information from the squad, upcoming fixtures and results, and also the heritage of Ross County Football Club.

Ross County Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Ross County 2024:

Goal Keepers

GoalkeeperPldGYCRC
Ross Laidlaw28 (0)000
Ross Munro3 (0)000
George Wickens14 (0)010
Logan Ross

Defender

DefenderPldGYCRC
Connor Randall33 (0)240
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson4 (0)010
Carl Tremarco
James Brown31 (7)281
Callum Morris
Jack Baldwin36 (0)182
George Harmon18 (18)140
Loick Ayina11 (1)020
Dylan Smith2 (6)000
Josh Reid14 (10)050
Ben Williamson
Michee Efete14 (2)020
Zach MacPhee

Midfielder

MidfielderPldGYCRC
Ross Callachan
Yan Dhanda37 (3)560
Michael O’Connor
Mohamed Maouche
Max Sheaf8 (11)030
Victor Loturi25 (9)1100
Regan Charles-Cook
Jay Henderson1 (13)110
Eli King15 (1)010
Brandon Khela3 (11)000
Teddy Jenks5 (1)010
Ben Paton
Don Cowie
Anthony Andreu
Will Nightingale22 (4)051
Ryan Leak36 (0)080
David Cancola
Jamie Williamson
Scott High0 (2)000

Strikers

StrikerPldGYCRC
Scott Allardice13 (4)030
Joshua Sims16 (19)420
Simon Murray43 (1)2180
Jordan White30 (15)7100
Eamonn Brophy11 (17)410
Ross Stewart
Matthew Wright

Ross County Upcoming Fixtures

Upcoming GameCompetionOpponentVenue
Sun 19 15:00Scottish PremiershipRoss CountyAway

Ross County Previous Results

DateCompOpponentHAVenueFTWDL
Sun 19-05Scottish PremiershipSPLAberdeenHome2‑2D
Wed 15-05Scottish PremiershipSPLSt JohnstoneAway1‑1D
Sat 11-05Scottish PremiershipSPLMotherwellHome1‑5L
Sat 04-05Scottish PremiershipSPLHibernianHome2‑1W
Sat 27-04Scottish PremiershipSPLLivingstonAway0‑2L
Sun 14-04Scottish PremiershipSPLRangersHome3‑2W
Sat 06-04Scottish PremiershipSPLKilmarnockAway0‑1L
Sat 30-03Scottish PremiershipSPLAberdeenAway1‑2L
Sat 16-03Scottish PremiershipSPLHeartsHome2‑1W
Wed 13-03Scottish PremiershipSPLHibernianHome2‑2D
Sat 02-03Scottish PremiershipSPLHibernianAway0‑2L
Tue 27-02Scottish PremiershipSPLSt MirrenHome1‑1D
Sat 24-02Scottish PremiershipSPLLivingstonHome3‑2W
Sat 17-02Scottish PremiershipSPLDundeeAway0‑2L
Wed 14-02Scottish PremiershipSPLRangersAway1‑3L

Popular Questions

When was Ross County Football Club founded?

Ross County Football Club was founded in 1929 and is based in Dingwall, Scotland.

What are Ross County Football Club’s greatest achievements?

Ross County Football Club has won the Scottish Challenge Cup twice (in 2006 and 2011) and the Scottish League Cup once (in 2016-17). In addition, the club has been promoted to the Scottish Premier League on multiple occasions and has established itself as a competitive force in Scottish football.

What is Ross County Football Club’s history of rivalry with other clubs?

Ross County Football Club has a relatively short history compared to some of the more established Scottish clubs, and as such, has not developed many long-standing rivalries. However, the club does have a local rivalry with Inverness Caledonian Thistle, with matches between the two teams often referred to as the “Highland derby”. Ross County also has a competitive relationship with other Scottish clubs, particularly those in the Scottish Premiership, as the team looks to establish itself as a consistent top-flight side.

Ross County Manager History

PeriodManagerCountryborn
09/02/2024 – 30/06/2024Don CowieScotland15/02/1983
20/11/2023 – 07/02/2024Derek AdamsScotland25/06/1975
26/05/2021 – 19/11/2023Malky MackayScotland19/02/1972
21/12/2020 – 24/05/2021John HughesScotland09/09/1964
02/03/2018 – 30/06/2020Steven FergusonScotland18/05/1977
02/03/2018 – 19/12/2020Stuart KettlewellScotland04/06/1984
28/09/2017 – 01/03/2018Owen CoyleIreland14/07/1966
09/09/2014 – 25/09/2017Jim McIntyreScotland24/05/1972
29/08/2014 – 08/09/2014Steven FergusonScotland18/05/1977
01/07/2011 – 28/08/2014Derek AdamsScotland25/06/1975
17/02/2011 – 30/06/2011Jimmy CalderwoodScotland28/02/1955
12/02/2011 – 16/02/2011George AdamsScotland00/00/1951
25/11/2010 – 13/02/2011Willie McStayScotland26/11/1961
01/11/2007 – 24/11/2010Derek AdamsScotland25/06/1975
01/07/2007 – 31/12/2007Dick CampbellScotland22/11/1953
01/07/2007 – 06/06/2011David KirkwoodScotland27/08/1967
15/04/2006 – 14/04/2007Scott LeitchScotland06/10/1969
01/10/2005 – 30/06/2006Walter SpeirsScotland14/04/1963
27/11/2002 – 30/06/2005Alex SmithScotland25/12/1939
01/07/1996 – 11/11/2002Neale CooperScotland24/11/1963

Summary

Ross County Football Club is a Scottish professional football club based in the town of Dingwall, located in the Scottish Highlands. The club was founded in 1929 and currently competes in the Scottish Championship, which is the second tier of Scottish football. Ross County’s home matches are played at the Global Energy Stadium, which has a capacity of 6,541.

In terms of its achievements, Ross County has won the Scottish Challenge Cup twice (in 2006 and 2011) and the Scottish League Cup once (in 2016-17). The club has also been promoted to the Scottish Premier League on multiple occasions and has established itself as a competitive force in Scottish football.

While Ross County does not have many long-standing rivalries, the club does have a local rivalry with Inverness Caledonian Thistle, with matches between the two teams known as the “Highland derby”. Overall, Ross County Football Club has a proud history and is an important part of Scottish football.

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