|Scottish Cup||Quarter Finals lost to Dundee United|
|Top goalscorer||League: Liam Boyce (15)|
All: Liam Boyce (20)
|Highest home attendance||6,042 vs Celtic |
8 November 2015
|Lowest home attendance||1,341 vs Falkirk |
22 September 2015
|Average home league attendance||4,287|
The 2015–16 season was the club's 3rd season in the Scottish Premiership and their fourth consecutive appearance in the top flight of Scottish football. Ross County also competed in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
On 13 March 2016, Ross County won their first ever major trophy when they beat Hibernian 2–1 in the final of the 2015–16 Scottish League Cup.
Win Draw Loss Postponed
|8 July 2015 Friendly||Nairn County||1–2||Ross County||Nairn|
|19:30|| Wallace ||Report|| Graham |
|Stadium: Station Park|
|11 July 2015 Friendly||Elgin City||3–5||Ross County||Elgin|
|15:00||Brian Cameron |
| Graham |
|Stadium: Borough Briggs|
|14 July 2015 Friendly||Soroksár SC||1–1||Ross County||Budapest, Hungary|
|15:00||Stadium: Sporttelep Mihály Szamosi|
|18 July 2015 Friendly||Szolnoki MÁV FC||2–0||Ross County||Szolnok, Hungary|
|15:00||Stadium: Tiszaligeti Stadion|
|1 August 2015 1||Celtic||2–0||Ross County||Celtic Park|
|12:30|| Griffiths |
|8 August 2015 2||Ross County||2–0||Hamilton Academical||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Curran ||BBC Report||Attendance: 3,479|
|11 August 2015 3||St Johnstone||1–1||Ross County||McDiarmid Park|
|19:45|| Cummins ||BBC Report|| Curran ||Attendance: 3,065|
|15 August 2015 4||Ross County||1–2||Heart of Midlothian||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Boyce ||BBC Report|| Sow |
|22 August 2015 5||Kilmarnock||0–4||Ross County||Rugby Park|
|15:00||BBC Report|| Boyce |
|29 August 2015 6||Ross County||2–1||Dundee United||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Boyce |
|BBC Report|| Dillon ||Attendance: 4,014|
|12 September 2015 7||Motherwell||1–1||Ross County||Fir Park|
|15:00|| Moult ||BBC Report|| Gardyne ||Attendance: 3,545|
|19 September 2015 8||Ross County||1–0||Partick Thistle||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Boyce ||BBC Report||Attendance: 3,531|
|26 September 2015 9||Dundee||3–3||Ross County||Dens Park|
|15:00|| Stewart |
|BBC Report|| Boyce |
|3 October 2015 10||Ross County||1–2||Inverness Caledonian Thistle||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Boyce ||BBC Report|| Storey |
|16 October 2015 11||Ross County||2–0||Aberdeen||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Graham ||BBC Report||Attendance: 5,543|
|24 October 2015 12||Heart of Midlothian||2–0||Ross County||Tynecastle Stadium|
|15:00|| Paterson |
|BBC Report||Attendance: 16,264|
|31 October 2015 13||Dundee United||1–0||Ross County||Tannadice Park|
|15:00|| McKay ||BBC Report||Attendance: 5,549|
|8 November 2015 14||Ross County||1–4||Celtic||Victoria Park|
| Dingwall ||BBC Report|| Rogić |
|21 November 2015 15||Ross County||3–0||Motherwell||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Curran |
|BBC Report||Attendance: 3,378|
|28 November 2015 16||Aberdeen||3–1||Ross County||Pittodrie Stadium|
|15:00|| Rooney |
|BBC Report|| Curran ||Attendance: 10,843|
|5 December 2015 17||Ross County||2–3||St Johnstone||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Boyce |
|BBC Report|| Wotherspoon |
|12 December 2015 18||Hamilton Academical||1–3||Ross County||New Douglas Park|
|15:00|| Kurtaj ||BBC Report|| Curran |
|19 December 2015 19||Partick Thistle||1–0||Ross County||Firhill Stadium|
|15:00|| Andrew Davies ||BBC Report||Attendance: 2,762|
|26 December 2015 20||Ross County||5–2||Dundee||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Boyce |
|BBC Report|| Hemmings ||Attendance: 3,687|
|29 December 2015 21||Ross County||3–2||Kilmarnock||Victoria Park|
|19:45|| Curran |
|Report|| Obadeyi |
|2 January 2016 22||Inverness Caledonian Thistle||2–0||Ross County||Caledonian Stadium|
|15:00|| Storey |
|BBC Report||Attendance: 5,388|
|17 January 2016 23||Ross County||2–3||Aberdeen||Victoria Park|
|12:15|| McShane ||BBC Report|| Reynolds |
|23 January 2016 24||Motherwell||1–2||Ross County||Fir Park|
|15:00|| Pearson ||BBC Report|| Irvine |
|10 February 2016 25||Ross County||0–3||Heart of Midlothian||Victoria Park|
|19:45|| Walker |
|13 February 2016 26||Celtic||2–0||Ross County||Celtic Park|
|15:00|| Sviatchenko |
|Report|| Robertson |
|20 February 2016 27||Ross County||2–1||Hamilton Academical||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Schalk |
| Jesús García Tena |
|27 February 2016 28||Ross County||0–3||Dundee United||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Schalk |
|Report|| Paton |
|1 March 2016 29||Kilmarnock||0–2||Ross County||Rugby Park|
|19:45||Report|| Schalk |
|16 March 2016 30||St Johnstone||1–1||Ross County||McDiarmid Park|
|19:45|| Wotherspoon |
|Report|| Graham ||Attendance: 2,501|
|19 March 2016 31||Ross County||0–3||Inverness Caledonian Thistle||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Foster |
|Report|| Polworth |
|2 April 2016 32||Dundee||5–2||Ross County||Dens Park|
|15:00|| Stewart |
|Report|| Davies |
|9 April 2016 33||Ross County||1–0||Partick Thistle||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Schalk |
|Report|| Miller |
|24 April 2016 34||Celtic||1–1||Ross County||Celtic Park|
|15:00|| Griffiths |
|Report|| Murdoch |
|30 April 2016 35||Ross County||0–1||St Johnstone||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Quinn ||Report|| Craig |
|7 May 2016 36||Heart of Midlothian||1–1||Ross County||Tynecastle Stadium|
|15:00|| Souttar |
|Report|| Woods |
|11 May 2016 37||Ross County||1–3||Motherwell||Victoria Park|
|19:45|| Boyce ||Report|| Pearson |
Referee: John Beaton
|25 August 2015Second Round||Ross County||2–0||Ayr United||Victoria Park|
|19:45|| Boyce |
|BBC Report||Attendance: 1,743|
Referee: Craig Charleston
|22 September 2015Third Round||Ross County||7–0||Falkirk||Victoria Park|
|19:45|| Boyce |
|BBC Report||Attendance: 1,341|
Referee: Stephen Finnie
|27 October 2015 Quarter Final||Inverness Caledonian Thistle||1–2||Ross County||Caledonian Stadium|
|19:05|| Tansey ||BBC Report|| Irvine |
|31 January 2016 Semi Final||Ross County||3–1||Celtic||Hampden Park|
|15:00|| Woods |
|BBC Report|| Mackay-Steven ||Attendance: 22,130|
|9 January 2016 Fourth round||Dunfermline Athletic||2–2||Ross County||East End Park|
|15:00|| El Bakhtaoui |
|BBC Report|| Schalk |
|12 January 2016 Fourth round replay||Ross County||1–0||Dunfermline Athletic||Victoria Park|
|19:45|| De Vita ||BBC Report||Attendance: 2,041|
|6 February 2016 Fifth round||Ross County||4–2||Linlithgow Rose||Victoria Park|
|15:00|| Quinn |
|BBC Report|| Reckord |
During the 2015–16 season, Ross County used twenty-seven different players in competitive games. The table below shows the number of appearances and goals scored by each player.
|No.||Pos||Nat||Player||Total||Premiership||League Cup||Scottish Cup|
|24||MF||Raffaele De Vita||25||2||8+11||0||2||1||2+2||1|
|Players who left the club during the 2015–16 season|
|Ranking||Nation||Number||Name||Scottish Premiership||League Cup||Scottish Cup||Total|
|=||24||Raffaele De Vita||0||1||1||2|
|Number||Nation||Position||Name||Premiership||League Cup||Scottish Cup||Total|
|24||MF||Raffaele De Vita||0||0||0||0||1||0||1||0|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Qualification or relegation|
|7||Inverness Caledonian Thistle||38||14||10||14||54||48||+6||52|
|Jim McIntyre||1 August 2015||Present||47||21||7||19||44.68|
The 2012–13 season was Ross County's first season in the Scottish Premier League, having been promoted as champions of the Scottish First Division at the end of 2011–12 season. They also competed in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2012–13 season was Inverness Caledonian Thistle's third consecutive season in the Scottish Premier League, having been promoted from the Scottish First Division at the end of the 2009–10 season. Inverness also competed in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2013–14 season was Aberdeen's 100th season in the top flight of Scottish football and their 102nd season overall. Aberdeen competed in the Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup. They won the Scottish League Cup in March 2014 with a win on penalties after a 0–0 draw against Inverness CT and reached the semi final of the Scottish Cup. In the league, they finished in third place behind Celtic and Motherwell, qualifying for Europe for the first time since 2009.
The 2013–14 season is the club's 105th season, having been founded as Dundee Hibernian in 1909 and their first season in the Scottish Premiership. United will also compete in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2013–14 season was Inverness Caledonian Thistle's fourth consecutive season in the top flight of Scottish football and the first in the newly established Scottish Premiership, having been promoted from the Scottish First Division at the end of the 2009–10 season. Inverness also competed in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2013–14 season was St Johnstone's fifth-consecutive season in the top flight of Scottish football and their first in the newly established Scottish Premiership, having been promoted from the Scottish First Division at the end of the 2008–09 season. St Johnstone competed in the Europa League, losing to FC Minsk in the Third qualifying round. They also reached the semi-finals of the League Cup, losing to Aberdeen and won the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history.
The 2014–15 season is the club's 106th season, having been founded as Dundee Hibernian in 1909 and their second season in the Scottish Premiership. United will also compete in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2015–16 season was Aberdeen's 102nd season in the top flight of Scottish football and the third in the Scottish Premiership. Aberdeen also competed in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup and the Europa League.
The 2015–16 season was Dundee's second season in the Scottish Premiership, having been promoted from the Scottish Championship at the end of the 2013/14 season. Dundee also competed in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2015–16 season is the club's 3rd season in the Scottish Premiership and their 6th consecutive season in the top flight. Inverness Caledonian Thistle will also compete in the League Cup, the Scottish Cup, and the Europa League.
The 2015–16 season was the club's third season in the Scottish Premiership and their seventh consecutive season in the top flight of Scottish football. St Johnstone also competed in the Europa League, League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2015–16 season is Dundee United's 107th season, having been founded as Dundee Hibernian in 1909 and their third season in the Scottish Premiership. United will also compete in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2015–16 season was the club's second season in the Scottish Premiership, having been promoted from the Scottish Championship at the end of the 2013–14 season. Hamilton Academical also competed in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2015–16 season is Partick Thistle's third season in the Scottish Premiership, having been promoted from the Scottish First Division at the end of the 2012–13 season. Partick Thistle will also compete in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2016–17 season was the club's 4th season in the Scottish Premiership and their fifth consecutive appearance in the top flight of Scottish football. Ross County also competed in the Scottish Cup and the League Cup, having won the League Cup the previous year for the first time in their history.
The 2016–17 season was the club's third season in the Scottish Premiership. Hamilton also competed in the Scottish Cup and the League Cup. Hamilton secured their top flight status for the 2017–18 season by beating Dundee United 1–0 on aggregate in the Premiership play-off final.
The 2016–17 season was the club's fourth season in the Scottish Premiership and their eighth consecutive season in the top flight of Scottish football. St Johnstone also competed in the Scottish Cup and the League Cup.
The 2016–17 Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C. season is the club's fourth season in the Scottish Premiership and their seventh consecutive season in the top division of Scottish football. Caley Thistle also competed in the Scottish League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2016–17 season was Partick Thistle's fourth consecutive season in the top flight of Scottish football and their fourth season Scottish Premiership, having been promoted from the Scottish First Division at the end of the 2012–13 season. Thistle also competed in the League Cup and the Scottish Cup.
The 2013–14 season was Ross County's first season in the newly formed Scottish Premiership and their second consecutive season in the top flight of Scottish football. Ross County also competed in the Scottish Cup and the League Cup.