Hibs legend Lewis Stevenson signs for Raith Rovers

Last updated : 30 May 2024 By Steve Forbes

Raith Rovers announced today the signing of Hibernian icon Lewis Stevenson.

Stevenson, who joined Hibs at the age of 14 and spent 22 years at the club, has achieved milestones including Scottish Cup and League Cup victories, an international cap for Scotland, and an impressive 600 appearances for the team.

This summer, he parted ways with the club.

At 37, Stevenson has committed to a two-year contract with Raith Rovers, the club he supported as a child growing up in Kirkcaldy, and will be playing under former teammate and ex-Hibs captain Ian Murray.


Lewis will be a massive asset in the Championship next season.

He is still as fit as a fiddle and has massive experience that he can bring to the table at Stark's Park.

Raith had a brilliant season last season, and look in good shape for another to follow it up.

Hibs-Mad want to wish Lewy all the best with his new club, it was only a matter of time.

Good luck Lewy!!!

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