Fife Flyers are the oldest professional team in the United Kingdom. Fife Flyers were formed in 1938 with their first ever game was played against Dundee Tigers, the side were captained by Les Lovell Snr.
During our 78 year history, Fife Flyers have won 84 titles, whilst the longest serving player was Gordon Latto Snr. who first iced for Fife in 1972 before retiring in 1998, Latto played in 974 games whilst registering 1265 points.
Arena: Fife Flyers play home games in Fife Ice Arena, predominantly on a Saturday evening from September to March in the Elite Ice Hockey League
Fife is Scotland's third largest local authority area by population. It has a resident population of just under 367,000, almost a third of whom live in the three principal towns of Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes.
The historic town of St Andrews is located on the northeast coast of Fife. It is well known for the University of St Andrews, one of the most ancient universities in the world and is renowned as the home of golf.
There are numerous notable historical buildings in Fife, some of which are managed by the National Trust for Scotland or Historic Scotland. They include Dunfermline Abbey (the last resting place of Scottish royalty), the palace in Culross, Ravenscraig Castle in Kirkcaldy, Dysart Harbour area, Balgonie Castle near Coaltown of Balgonie, Falkland Palace (hunting palace of the Scottish Kings), Kellie Castle near Pittenweem, Hill of Tarvit (a historical house), St. Andrews Castle, St. Andrews Cathedral and St. Rule's Tower.
Fife is a peninsula in eastern Scotland bordered on the north by the Firth of Tay, on the east by the North Sea and by the Firth of Forth to the south.
There are extinct volcanic features, such as the Lomond Hills which rise above rolling farmland, and Largo Law, a volcanic plug in the east. At 522 metres (1,713 ft), the West Lomond is the highest point in Fife.
The Fife Coastal Path is a Scottish long distance footpath that runs from Kincardine to Newburgh. The path was created in 2002, originally running from North Queensferry to Tayport, running for 117 miles (190 km) along the coastline of Fife and passes through many seaside villages.