Howe of Fife RFC
|Full name||Howe of Fife Rugby Football Club|
|Union||Scottish Rugby Union|
|Nickname(s)||Howe, The Howe, Howe o Fife|
|Emblem(s)||Knight in black armour on horse|
|Ground(s)||Duffus Park (Capacity: 280)|
|League(s)||Scottish National League Division Two|
Scottish National League Division One, 12th (relegated)
The team currently play in Scottish National League Division Two, the third tier of Scottish club rugby.
Previously the club had two undefeated seasons in 2007 and 2008 earning them rights to promotion. The 1st XV are currently coached by Garry Horne and John Lathangie. The captain is Chris Mason. The Howe run teams from Primary 3 level up to under-18 colts level. Many players have gone on to represent Fife, Caledonia and Scotland at age grade level, with a handful going on to represent professional clubs. In 2007, current first XV Captain Chris Mason led the under-18 Howe of Fife squad to a unique treble winning both the school (as Bell Baxter High School) and the Club Scottish cups as well as the Scottish schools sevens cup. A number of the players involved in that team now play for the senior side.
Notable players and personnel
- David Rollo, 40 caps for Scotland, British and Irish Lions
- Cameron Glasgow/Cammy Glasgow
- Gordon Hamilton Ireland flanker, scored against Australia in 1991 Rugby World Cup
- Tom Pearson, president of the Scottish Rugby Union, 1988–1989
- David Whyte, 13 caps for Scotland, played for Howe during his youth.
- Charlie Drummond, Scotland cap, president of the SRU 1974–1975.
- Dougie McMahon, international referee 1960–1969
- John Howard Wilson, capped for Scotland in 1953.
- Ian Kirkhope
- HL Stewart, played cricket for Scotland.
- Bob Steven, Scotland 
- Peter Horne, Glasgow Warriors capped for Scotland in 2013
- Chris Fusaro, Glasgow Warriors capped for Scotland in 2014
- Fergus Thomson, Glasgow Warriors capped for Scotland A and Scotland
- Michael Fedo, Scotland sevens international
- Club history, retrieved 16 November 2009
- Ferguson, David Rollo sets target for pupils of today, The Scotsman, published 20 December 2006
- Massie, Allan A Portrait of Scottish Rugby (Polygon, Edinburgh; ISBN 0-904919-84-6), p166