Iain Davidson has been awarded a testimonial by Raith Rovers to mark 14 years of service at Stark’s Park.
Davidson’s time at Rovers came to an end in May after more than 500 appearances across two spells.
But his legendary status with his hometown club will be recognised with an honorary match against Hibs on Friday, July 16.
TESTIMONIAL MATCH – IAIN DAVIDSON | Long – serving defender Iain Davidson's time at the Rovers is now at an end and he has been awarded for his years of service with a testimonial match v @HibernianFC on Friday July 16th, 7pm kick-off:https://t.co/gwZQQPWUqE#davo pic.twitter.com/lqN5zvBvlE
— RRFC Official (@RaithRovers) June 18, 2021
Davidson started his career as a youth prospect with Sunderland but signed for Brechin City after being released in 2003.
A short spell at Scarborough followed before he joined Raith in 2004.
Davidson helped the Stark’s side to promotion to the then First Division in 2009 before signing for Dundee in 2012.
A rollercoaster Dens Park spell saw him endure relegation to the rebranded Championship before immediately bouncing back to the Premiership.
He returned to Rovers in 2015 and saw his time at the club come to an ignominious end after being banned for using discriminatory language towards Nikolay Todorov, now of Dunfermline.
However, he will be given a send-off before Rovers kick-start the new campaign.