Police are appealing for information after the former Rosyth Junior's football ground was destroyed in a fire late on Monday evening. 

Fire crews battled the blaze for nearly four hours at the site where there are plans for a new Lidl store to be built. 

Police are asking anyone who was in the area yesterday night to get in touch with them. 

Rosyth Junior's Football Club moved from the site in 2017. 

It's reported that the fire started in the changing rooms of the former club. 

Scottish Fire and Rescue said they were first alerted at 9.06pm to the incident, extinguished the fire at 11.40pm and remained at the scene damping it down until 12.58am. 

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Around 9.10pm on Monday 3 February 2020 Police Scotland were alerted to the report of a fire at Rosyth Junior Football Club in Admiralty Road in Rosyth.

"Officers attended along with Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.

"The fire was extinguished and there were no injuries.

"A joint fire investigation is to take place in order to establish the cause of the fire.

"Officers are asking anyone who may have been in the area of the football club on Monday evening to call the 101 number if they have any information which might assist in the investigation, quoting the reference number 3655 3 February 2020." 

A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 9.06pm on Monday February 3 to reports of a fire at Rosyth Junior Football Park on Admiralty Road, Rosyth, Fife. 

“Operations Control mobilised three appliances to the scene where they were met with two derelict changing rooms well alight. 

“Crews extinguished the fire and left after making the area safe.”