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At Ross County Football Club we are proud of where we have come from and who we are. As the most Northerly Scottish Premiership Club, we are committed to the community of the Highlands and Islands that we represent. We are not just committed to providing entertainment for fans, but to being an active and important member of communities across the region through our Youth and Community activities.

Over the years we have worked hard to earn a reputation as one of the friendliest clubs in the country, not just amongst our own fans but also with other clubs, their fans and members of the press and other official bodies. We aim to provide every person visiting The Global Energy Stadium with a friendly and courteous welcome and a professional service - whether they are a delegate at a conference, a visiting dignitary or just an ordinary fan. We are also committed to ensuring that no person or group is discriminated against or disadvantaged for any reason.

First and foremost this club belongs to the fans. They are the lifeblood of the club and are responsible for where we are today - as such they deserve not only a team but also a club that they can be proud to call their own. We recognise our commitment to them and our actions and decisions during our time as custodians are motivated solely by our honest and heartfelt desire to ensure the future success and security of Ross County Football Club.

News

Ross County Football Club are delighted to announce the appointment of summer recruit Andrew Davies as the new Club captain. Davies, a 30-year-old centre-half who has previously played for Middlesbrough, QPR, Derby, Southampton and most recently Bradford City, arrived on a two year deal and was immediately installed as captain by manager, Jim McIntyre.
The Staggie Lotto draw was held on Wednesday the 1st of July and this week there was no jackpot winner.
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