Results

Scotland Premiership Play-Offs 05/26 11:00 1 Ross County v Raith W 4-0
Scotland Premiership Play-Offs 05/23 19:00 1 Raith v Ross County W 1-2
Scotland Premiership 05/19 14:00 38 [4] Ross County v Aberdeen [1] D 2-2
Scotland Premiership 05/15 18:45 37 [5] St Johnstone v Ross County [4] D 1-1
Scotland Premiership 05/11 14:00 36 [4] Ross County v Motherwell [3] L 1-5
Scotland Premiership 05/04 14:00 35 [5] Ross County v Hibernian [1] W 2-1
Scotland Premiership 04/27 14:00 34 [6] Livingston v Ross County [5] L 2-0
Scotland Premiership 04/14 11:00 33 [11] Ross County v Rangers [2] W 3-2
Scotland Premiership 04/06 14:00 32 [4] Kilmarnock v Ross County [11] L 1-0
Scotland Premiership 03/30 15:00 31 [9] Aberdeen v Ross County [11] L 2-1
Scotland Premiership 03/16 15:00 30 [11] Ross County v Hearts [3] W 2-1
Scotland Premiership 03/13 19:45 19 [11] Ross County v Hibernian [6] D 2-2

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 50 26 24
Wins 14 10 4
Draws 13 6 7
Losses 23 10 13
Goals for 65 37 28
Goals against 87 40 47
Clean sheets 7 5 2
Failed to score 19 8 11

Wikipedia - Ross County F.C.

Ross County Football Club is a professional football club based in Dingwall, Scotland. The club currently play in the Scottish Premiership, being promoted after winning the Scottish Championship in the 2018–19 season.

Prior to the 1994–95 season Ross County played in the Highland Football League, a competition they won three times. They have also won the Scottish First Division, Scottish Championship, Second Division, Third Division (once each) and the Challenge Cup on three occasions. In 2010, they reached the Scottish Cup Final, and in 2016 they won the Scottish League Cup. Nicknamed The Staggies, County's colours are dark blue, red and white.

History

The club was formed in 1929 in what was then Ross and Cromarty after the previous local club from the North of Scotland Junior League Dingwall Victoria United (the 'Dingwall Vics') successfully applied for Highland Football League membership. The club was subsequently renamed Ross County. Playing in the Highland League from 1929, they won the championship on three occasions, first in 1967, then in 1991 and 1992. They also gained a reputation for their good performances in the early rounds of the Scottish Cup, upsetting league teams on eight occasions. The most notable of these upsets came on 8 January 1994, when they won 4–0 at Forfar Athletic, and were elected to the Scottish Football League three days later.

At the beginning of season 1994–95 the Scottish Football League was restructured into four tiers, and, following a vote on 11 January 1994, County were allocated one of the two vacancies in the new 10-club Division Three. County gathered 57 votes. They were joined by a new club created as a result of a merger of two teams to form Inverness Caledonian Thistle, who amassed 68 votes.

In 1998–99, Ross County were crowned Champions of the Third Division and thereby won promotion to the Second Division, where they finished in third place. This resulted in promotion to the First Division thanks to a reorganisation of the League, with the Premier League being expanded from ten clubs to twelve. After seven seasons in the First Division Ross County were relegated back to the Second Division in 2006–07. They won the Second Division in 2007–08, and were promoted back to the First Division. Ross County finished their first season back in the First Division in 8th place.

Their manager for a very short spell until October 2005, was former Inverness and Hearts manager John Robertson. He left the club on 24 October 2005, due to differences of opinion on a number of fundamental issues with the chairman. Gardner Spiers, a former Aberdeen coach, was appointed caretaker manager, but he too left in April 2006 after being told he would not be considered for appointment on a permanent basis. Director of Football George Adams took temporary charge before former Motherwell player Scott Leitch was appointed on 18 April 2006. Ross County won their first ever nationwide trophy when they won the Scottish Challenge Cup in November 2006 on penalties with Jason Crooks scoring the deciding spot kick on his competitive debut. Leitch, after winning the Challenge Cup but suffering relegation, stood down at the end of the 2006–07 season, almost exactly one year after his appointment. Former Partick Thistle manager Dick Campbell was announced as his replacement in May 2007. However, after a good run of results to start their Division 2 campaign, Campbell and the Ross County board decided to part company on 2 October 2007. Derek Adams (son of George Adams) took over as caretaker, and was confirmed as permanent manager a month later after the side's good form continued. County again reached the final of the Scottish Challenge Cup in 2008. They played Airdrie United at McDiarmid Park. Unlike two years previously, County lost in a penalty shootout where four penalties were missed. Ross County also reached the Challenge Cup final in April 2011 in which they beat Queen of the South 2–0.

Chart of table positions of Ross County since joining the League.

In November 2010 Derek Adams left to become Colin Calderwood's assistant at Hibernian. Former Celtic player Willie McStay was appointed as his replacement in November 2010. McStay's tenure was short – lasting only 9 games. Jimmy Calderwood was then appointed until the end of the 2010–11 season. In May 2011, it was announced that Derek Adams was to return as manager.

On 23 March 2010, they defeated Scottish Premier League club Hibernian 2–1 in a Scottish Cup quarter-final replay at home at Victoria Park. In the semi-final, they played Celtic on Saturday 10 April 2010. In one of the biggest upsets in cup history, Ross County won 2–0 at Hampden Park and reached the final of the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history. More than 7,000 Ross County fans travelled to Glasgow to watch the game.

In the 2010 Scottish Cup Final on 15 May 2010, County lost 0–3 to Dundee United at Hampden Park. The match was watched by more than 17,000 Ross County fans.

Ross County secured promotion to the Scottish Premier League for the first time on 10 April 2012 when their nearest rival to the title Dundee failed to beat Queen of the South. During this push to promotion, Ross County embarked on a 40-game undefeated run in league football, which continued into the Scottish Premier League. The run was ended by St Johnstone on 22 September 2012. The Staggies parted company with George and Derek Adams on 28 August 2014 following a poor start to the 2014–15 campaign. Jim McIntyre was appointed manager on 9 September 2014, with Billy Dodds as his assistant.

On 13 March 2016, Ross County won their first ever major trophy when they beat Hibernian 2–1 in the final of the 2015–16 Scottish League Cup. The team's fortunes declined after this success, and they were relegated at the end of the 2017–18 season.

The club secured an immediate return to the Scottish Premiership after a 4–0 win at home to Queen of the South on 26 April 2019 saw them lift the 2018–19 Scottish Championship.

Ross County Football Club is a professional football team based in Dingwall, Scotland. The team competes in the Scottish Professional Football League and has a rich history dating back to its founding in 1929. The team's home ground is the Global Energy Stadium, which has a capacity of over 6,300 spectators.

Ross County has a loyal fan base and is known for its passionate supporters who cheer on the team at every match. The team's colors are navy blue and white, and their mascot is a stag named Rosco.

Over the years, Ross County has had success in various competitions, including winning the Scottish League Cup in 2016. The team has also competed in European competitions, showcasing their talent on an international stage.

Ross County has a strong squad of talented players who are dedicated to representing the team with pride and determination. The team is known for their hard work ethic and never-say-die attitude on the pitch.

Overall, Ross County is a respected and competitive team in Scottish football, with a bright future ahead of them. Fans can expect exciting matches and memorable moments as they continue to support their beloved team.