Rob Roy's record Scottish Cup win is 12-0 against Vale of Clyde in 1981/82.
1977 was the first televised Scottish Junior Cup Final and viewers saw Kilbirnie Ladeside beat Rob Roy 3-1.
In season 1958-59 Rob Roy transferred no fewer than 8 players to senior clubs.
In season 1958-59 there were three ex-Rob Roy players on the books at Ibrox. Rangers signed Brian McIlroy, a left winger, Bobby Orr at half back and George Duncan an outside right.
In the 6th Round of the Scottish Junior Cup in 1968-69, at Cumnock,With Rob Roy leading Cumnock 3-0. The game was abandoned 6 minutes from time because of a pitch invasion . The result stood.
In 1921 Rob Roy beat Ashfield 1-0 at Hampden Park with 26,000 attending the Scottish Junior Cup Final. On the same day half a mile away at Cathkin Park, home of the defunct Third Lanark 23,000 watched the Scotland and England schoolboy international.
The first Scottish Junior Cup Final with substitutes was in 1969 when Cambuslang Rangers beat Rob Roy 1-0 to a crowd of 32,524.
On the 17th April 1943,In the Semi Final of the Scottish Junior Cup,Rob Roy beat Bedlay Juniors 3-0 at Hampden Park. Hampden hosted two matches that day, the juniors playing in the evening. That followed Scotlands 4-0 drubbing by a Stanley Mathews inspired England in the afternoon.
The First Trophy to be won by Rob Roy was the Jubilee Cup 1n season 1887-88.
Kirkintilloch Junior League ceased to operate in August 1898.
Adamslie Park was officially opened on 7th August 1926 by Provost John Shanks.
Petershill have the honour of winning the first game on Rob Roy's Adamslie Park.
Rob Roy have reached the Final of the Scottish Junior Cup eight times and the Semi Finals on eleven occasions.
Over 200 Rob Roy players have turned senior.
Rob Roy beat Newtongrange Star 3-1 to win the Haddows Silver Jubilee Cup in June 1977.
Rob Roys match v Petershill in May 1923 was abandoned due to lack of footballs.
Rob Roy abandoned playing in season 1914-15 due to poor attendances caused by the First World War.
Scoular Lawson (Rob Roy) was President of the Scottish Junior Football Association from 1941-47 and Treasurer from 1950-1975.
Goalkeeper William McGowan was suspended sine die by the SJFA in 1919 for playing for Rob Roy in a Dumbartonshire Cup tie while being a registered player with Glenboig Camerionians. This was later lifted and he rejoined Rob Roy.
Rob Roy's Kelvinside Park was closed down for a month by the Glasgow Junior League's Management Committee after a pitch invasion by Rabs supporters at Lochburn Park in a Xmas day match in 1920. The match was abandoned. Rob Roy were also fined £10. Maryhill were also warned to have policemen in attendance at all future games at Lochburn Park.