East Fife v Peterhead: Head to Head Analysis
|Competition:||Scottish League||Scottish Cup||League Cup|
|East Fife Wins||2||0||0|
Totals (for League, Scottish Cup and League Cup):
|East Fife Wins||2|
Total Number of Goals Scored (in all three competitions):
The 'Blue Toon' entered the Scottish League at the start of season 2000/01. East Fife's first competitive match with the Balmoor Stadium side was on 12 August 2000 at Bayview Stadium when the points were shared in a Division Three match which finished 1-1. East Fife's first visit to Balmoor Stadium was 21 October 2000, when the league points were again shared in a no scoring draw. East Fife's first win over the 'Blue Toon' came on 24 February 2001 on a snow covered Bayview, where the Fifers triumphed 2-1. In the fourth and final meeting between the sides on 28 April 2001, the north-east side recorded their first ever competitive win over East Fife by beating them 2-1 at Balmoor Stadium.
The only other match which has ever been played between the two sides was a friendly on 10 October 1959 at Peterhead's old ground, Recreation Park, where the home side won 2-0.
Action from East Fife's first ever visit to Balmoor Stadium, Peterhead. The match finished 0-0.
The new east stand can be seen under construction in the background.
|Just some of the East Fife supporters who made the long trip north to Peterhead on 21 October 2000.|
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