Hughie McBride RIP

It is with great sadness that I learned the news that our former groundsman Hughie McBride had passed away in Monklands Hospital this afternoon. Hughie had been a loyal servant to the club for many years and had the Rovers at heart. I only got to know Hughie well in the last year or so […]

Albion Rovers 2 v 3 Ayr United

Heart break for Rovers as full time Ayr United snatch a dramatic 3 – 2 victory in front of 652 fans on a cold night at Cliftonhill.  Rovers came from two goals down to deservedly draw the match with goals from hester and Trouten, only for Shankland to score the winner from close range. Rovers had chances […]

HALL OF FAME – John Smith

Our fourth inductee is a Rovers fan.‬ ‪He started going along to watch Rovers with his father and brother at the beginning of the 1942 season.‬ ‪He is currently a whooping 82 years of age and still coming along to support the team with his son and grandson.‬ The fourth and final inductee into the […]

HALL OF FAME – Scott Chaplain

The second player inducted into the hall of fame played for the Rovers on 3 separate occasions. He accumulated 138 match apperances for the club scoring 60 goals in the process. He was nicknamed the messiah by many of the fans. He is now the Scottish FA futsal head Coach. Your second inductee is… Scott […]


The first inductee played for the Rovers between 1964-1967, scoring 21 goals in 64 appearances. He went on to play for Blackpool and Newcastle United respectively. He also made 6 national team appearances for Scotland. You voted him as the number one inductee with the most votes it’s the one and only… Tony Green