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Ross County Football Club are based in a town called Dingwall in Scotland. The Scottish club currently plays in the top tier of Scottish football, the Scottish Premiership. Ross County were promoted from the Championship when they won the league in 2018-2019. The club was formed in 1929 from  Ross and Cromarty plus Dingwall Victoria United. The new club entered the Highland Football League in 1929 named Ross County.

They won the Highland League on 3 occasions, the last two times in 1991 and 1992. Following successful performances in the Scottish Cup, they were elected into the Scottish Football League in 1994-95. County were given a place in the new Division Three, winning the league 1998-1999. They have also won the Scottish First Division, Scottish Championship and Second Division. Ross County have won the Challenge Cup three times. They reached the Scottish Cup Final in 2010 and then went on to win the Scottish League Cup in 2016.

Ross County are nicknamed the ‘Staggies’  and play their home games at Victoria Park. The home kit is predominantly navy and their away kit is yellow. The current manager is Malky Mackay.