Rosyth F.C. are a Scottish Junior football club based in Rosyth, Fife. Their home ground is Recreation Park.
Until 2006, they were known as Rosyth Recreation.
A Junior football team was first established in Rosyth in 1916 with an affiliated senior team being established in 1919 that were called Rosyth Dockyard Recreation. The Junior side folded in 1926 only to be reformed after World War 2 in 1946.
It was in 1946 that Rosyth attracted a record crowd of 4000 in a cup tie against Bo’ness United, three seasons later Rosyth, or "The Rec" as they were known enjoyed their most successful period when they down the treble:- Fife League, Fife Cup and Cowdenbeath Cup. This club folded in 1957.
In 1992 after several decades without a Junior football team,
semi professional football came back to the Garden City when local homeless team, Dunfermline Jubilee Athletic, founded in 1967, relocated to New Recreation Park and renamed themselves Rosyth Recreation.
The SJFA restructured prior to the 2006–07 season, and Rosyth found themselves in the twelve-team East Region Premier League. They finished third in their first season in the division.
Former Scotland international, Stevie Crawford, began his career at the club before leaving for Raith Rovers in late 1992.