International Women's Day8 March 2021
Head of people and culture at Club Doncaster, Kirsty Cavanagh, discusses her journey into the world of professional football and her hopes for the next generation of women in the game.
Rovers proud to support Level Playing Field2 March 2021
Rovers are supporting Level Playing Field's weeks of action on Tuesday when Andy Butler’s men host Portsmouth at the Keepmoat Stadium.
Taylor: Making football accessible for everyone is really important to me3 December 2020
Jon Taylor was named social inclusion and disabilities ambassador at the start of the 2020/21 season and has been reaching out to people across Doncaster digitally during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rovers are proud to support Rainbow Laces30 November 2020
Rovers are joining EFL clubs across the country as we unite in support of LGBTQ+ inclusivity in football as part of Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign.
Stan "Dizzy" Burton6 May 2020
Stan Burton enjoyed a fine career as a professional footballer during the 1930s. He made 240 senior appearances, won a Divisional Champions medal and played at Wembley in the FA Cup Final. He achieved...
The match that launched Rovers4 May 2020
In 1879, a football match between the Doncaster Deaf and Dumb Institution and a group of young men from Great Northern Railway Engineering works (the Plant) helped form Doncaster Rovers football...
Foundation celebrate Football Welcomes project17 April 2020
The Foundation's Football Welcomes project has been providing football and social activities for people seeking asylum and refugees in Doncaster for over two years.
Jon Taylor explains why Autism Awareness Day is important to him2 April 2020
On Autism Awareness Day, Jon Taylor explains why it is a day that means so much to him.
Club Doncaster Titans founded to give those with autism a place to play football2 April 2020
When Doncaster resident Darren Warner was looking for a football club to take his son Jordan training, his options were limited.
Rovers fan Katy explains why the quiet rooms are so important2 April 2020
Rovers introduced a quiet room to the Keepmoat Stadium in August 2018 thanks to a suggestion by life-long fan Katy Bateman – who has autism – at a regular fans’ panel.