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The club was subsequently renamed Ross County. Playing in the Highland League from , they won the championship on three occasions, first in , then in and They also gained a reputation for their good performances in the early rounds of the Scottish Cup , upsetting league teams on eight occasions.
The most notable of these upsets came on 8 January , when they won 4—0 at Forfar Athletic , and were elected to the Scottish Football League three days later.
At the beginning of season —95 the Scottish Football League was restructured into four tiers, and, following a vote on 11 January , County were allocated one of the two vacancies in the new club Division Three.
County gathered 57 votes. They were joined also by a new club, formed as a result of the proposed merger to form Inverness Caledonian Thistle , having amassed 68 votes.
In —99 Ross County were crowned Champions of the Third Division and thereby won promotion to the Second Division, where they finished in third place.
This resulted in promotion to the First Division thanks to a reorganisation of the League, with the Premier League being expanded from ten clubs to twelve.
They won the Second Division in —08, and were promoted back to the First Division. Ross County finished their first season back in the First Division in 8th place.
Their manager for a very short spell until October , was former Inverness and Hearts manager John Robertson. He left the club on 24 October , due to differences of opinion on a number of fundamental issues with the chairman.
Gardner Spiers , a former Aberdeen coach, was appointed caretaker manager , but he too left in April after being told he would not be considered for appointment on a permanent basis.
Ross County won their first ever nationwide trophy when they won the Scottish Challenge Cup in November on penalties with Jason Crooks scoring the deciding spot kick on his competitive debut.
Derek Adams son of George Adams took over as caretaker, and was confirmed as permanent manager a month later, after the side's good form continued.
County again reached the final of the Scottish Challenge Cup in Unlike two years previously, County lost in a penalty shootout where four penalties were missed.
In one of the biggest upsets in cup history, Ross County won 2—0 at Hampden Park and reached the final of the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history.
Ross County secured promotion to the Scottish Premier League on 10 April when their nearest rival to the title Dundee failed to beat Queen of the South.
During this push to promotion, Ross County embarked on a game undefeated run in league football, which continued into the Scottish Premier League.
The run was ended by St Johnstone on 22 September On 13 March , Ross County won their first ever major trophy when they beat Hibernian 2—1 in the final of the —16 Scottish League Cup.
The club secured an immediate return to the Scottish Premiership after a 4—0 win at home to Queen of the South on 26 April saw them lift the —19 Scottish Championship.
Their main rivals are fellow Highlanders, Inverness Caledonian Thistle , with whom they contest the Highland derby. This, unlike many rivalries is generally friendly as both sets of fans live and work together given their close geographic locations.
A notable player is Iain Vigurs , who is one of if not the first few player s to cross the bridge more than twice, having spent two spells with both County and Caley Thistle.
This in turn was taken from the regimental badge of the Seaforth Highlanders , the regiment in which many locals had fought and died during the Great War.
Ross County's mascot, due to their affiliation with the stag crest of the Seaforth Highlanders, is a stag named Rosco, a play on the club's name.
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Away colours. See also: List of Ross County F. See also: Ross County F. Records and Statistics. Scottish Professional Football League.
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