East Fife will kick off the 2015/16 league season with an away trip to East Stirling on August 8.
Gary Naysmith’s men then have two home fixtures to look forward to against Berwick Rangers and Elgin City at New Bayview. All matches scheduled are on a Saturday.
The full fixtures for the club’s season in League Two are;
East Stirling away on the 8th kicks off the new season, with Berwick Rangers and Elgin City coming to Methil for the next two Saturdays, the 15th and 29th, then the Fifers finish the month away to Queen’s Park on August 29.
The Fifers begin the month with a tricky away tie at Annan Athletic on September 5, before two home games against Arbroath and Clyde on the 12th and 19th respectively. The month ends with a visit to Methil from Montrose on the 26th.
Into October and Stirling Albion come to New Bayview on the 3rd. East Fife then cross the border to take on Berwick Rangers away on the 17th before closing off the month with a Halloween trip to Annan Athletic.
On the 7th the Fifers are away to Arbroath, then face East Stirling at home on the 14th. The last league match of November is the long away trip to Elgin City on the 21st.
December 5 sees Queen’s Park come to Methil before a trip to Clyde one week later on the 12th. Montrose are the next home visitors on the 19th whilst the Boxing day clash sees a trip to Stirling for the Bayview men.
The first month of 2016 is a busy one with five games scheduled, the first being a home game with Elgin City on the 2nd. East Fife stay at home the following week, welcoming Berwick Rangers on the 9th. They then face two away games; Annan Athletic on the 16th and East Stirling on the 23rd. The month ends with a home game against Clyde on the 30th.
February 6 will see the Fifers travel to Montrose before staying at Methil for the next two games; Arbroath on the 13th and Stirling Albion on the 20th. Queen’s Park away on the 27th is February’s last league match.
It’s that trip to Elgin once more on March 5, then it’s Annan at home on the 12th. There’s an away tie at Stirling on the 19th before Clyde make the trip from Glasgow to Methil on March 26.
The final month of a long season begins with an away match at Arbroath. Montrose are the visitors on the 9th before the Fifers travel to take on Clyde on the 16th. Berwick away is the penultimate game of the season on the 23rd before East Fife pull down the curtain on what will hopefully be a successful season, just as it began by taking on East Stirling, this time at New Bayview.