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East Fife Football Club is a semi-professional football club established in 1903 in Methil, Fife, Scotland. They are members of the Scottish Professional Football League and compete in League One, the third tier of the Scottish football league system.
East Fife Girls and Women's Football Club are a Scottish women's football team based in the Fife coastal town of Leven. The team, established in 2000, were originally named Kirkland Ladies and changed to East Fife Ladies in 2002.
Forfar Athletic Football Club are a Scottish semi-professional football club from the town of Forfar, Angus. They are members of the Scottish Professional Football League and currently play in Scottish League One.
East Fife may refer to:
East Fife was a county constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1885-1983. Along with West Fife, it was formed by splitting the old Fife constituency.
The East Fife by-election, 1961 was a by-election held for the House of Commons constituency of East Fife in Scotland on 9 November 1961. It was won by the Unionist candidate Sir John Gilmour with a majority of 7,066 votes.
The East Fife Central Railway was a mineral railway line in Fife, Scotland, that ran from near Leven to Lochty. It was intended to develop extensive coal measures in the area, but in fact they proved to be uneconomic.
The East Fife by-election of 1933 was held on Thursday, 2 February 1933. The by-election was held due to the death of the sitting National Liberal MP, Sir James Duncan Millar.
East Field is a stadium in Glens Falls, New York, United States that opened in 1980. It is currently used for sporting events, mostly baseball and football.
The Fife Coast Railway was a railway line running round the southern and eastern part of Fife, in Scotland. It was built in stages by four railway companies: the Leven Railway opened the section from a junction at Thornton on the Edinburgh and Northern Railway main line to Leven in 1854, serving textile mills and a distillery.
Ministerial by-elections to the Parliament of the United Kingdom at Westminster were held from 1801 to the 1920s when a member of parliament was appointed as a minister in the government. Unlike most Westminster by-elections, ministerial by-elections were often a formality, uncontested by opposition parties.