Dunfermline Athletic could be in for an interesting 2023/24 Scottish Championship campaign, as although we have not exploded into life in the early weeks of the current season, we do seem to be quite steady and reliable, and with the cobwebs now well and truly blown away, many will feel that in the weeks to come there will only be further slight improvements.Read more
Live Updates ~ SPFLCH Season 23/24 ~ DAFC v Greenock Morton
Sat, 23rd Sep 2023
Loop It Like Lewis
Wed, 20th Sep 2023
Last Saturday saw Dunfermline Athletic travel to the National Stadium, for Match-Day 5 in the SPFL cinch Championship. The Pars took on Queen`s Park at Hampden, in front of nearly 2,000 fans. James McPake`s men were hoping to get back to winning ways against Robin Veldman`s side, who had started the season strongly, too.Read more
New Look Dunfermline Ladies Going for Glory as the Women`s Game Takes Another Step Forward
Tue, 19th Sep 2023
The rising popularity of women’s football has led to changes in the professional structure of the scottish leagues. This restructuring sees regional leagues added to the football pyramid with opportunities for the winners of those leagues to climb the ladder and set their sights on the SWPL.Read more
Can Dunfermline Pull Together a Promotion Push from a Lacklustre Start?
Fri, 15th Sep 2023
After a slow start to the season, Dunfermline Athletic FC are currently in seventh position in the Scottish Championship – the second tier of men’s professional football in Scotland.
After four games played, they have only five points. The question being asked here is, can Dunfermline FC pull together a promotion push from a lacklustre start? Let’s take a closer look.
Football Comedy Night
Fri, 8th Sep 2023
Former Dunfermline Athletic manager and one of Scotland`s top after dinner speakers, the legendary Dick Campbell, will host and take part in a ‘Football Comedy Night’ on Thursday 26th October in Dunfermline’s Carnegie Hall.Read more
Dunfermline Deserve Draw
Wed, 6th Sep 2023
Last Saturday saw Dunfermline Athletic travel to the Highlands for the first time this term, as they faced Inverness Caledonian Thistle on Match-Day 4 in the SPFL cinch Championship.
Billy Dodds` side sat bottom of the division with 0 points from 3 matches, while the Pars showed a 1-1-1 record; one win, one draw, one defeat.