Rothes Football Club is a senior football club who play in the Highland Football League. They were founded in 1938 and play at Mackessack Park in Rothes, a small town near Elgin in Moray. They play in tangerine shirts, colours they inherited from Dundee United after purchasing the floodlights from Tannadice Park. Rothes have won the Highland League once, in the 1958–59 season. Mackessack Park is named after one Douglas Mackessack, a local laird and whisky magnate and an early benefactor of the club.
|Full name||Rothes Football Club|
|Ground||Mackessack Park, Rothes|
|Capacity||2,700 (184 seated)|
|2019–20||Highland League, 3rd of 17|
- As of 03 July 2018
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Manager: Ross Jack
- Assistant Manager:
- Campbell Charity Cup
- Clark, Jonathan (31 October 2020). "Rothes 2 Buckie Thistle 1: Dramatic last-gasp winner seals Speysiders' maiden Highland League Cup success". northern-scot.co.uk. Retrieved 1 November 2020.