List of Final Tables
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1894 Hibernian 1895 *Hibernian 1896 *$Abercorn (Paisley) 1897 *Partick Thistle 1898 Kilmarnock 1899 *Kilmarnock 1900 *Partick Thistle 1901 $St. Bernard's (Edinburgh) 1902 *$Port Glasgow Athletic 1903 *Airdrieonians 1904 Hamilton Academicals 1905 Clyde 1906 $Leith Athletic 1907 $St. Bernard's (Edinburgh) 1908 Raith Rovers 1909 $Abercorn (Paisley) 1910 #$Leith Athletic & *#Raith Rovers (shared) 1911 Dumbarton 1912 Ayr United 1913 *Ayr United 1914 Cowdenbeath 1915 #Cowdenbeath (after play-off) Notes * Until 1922 there was no automatic promotion and relegation, instead clubs had to apply for election to the First Division. Champions who were promoted are marked with an asterisk. $ Indicates clubs no longer in existence. The town/city of the club is shown in brackets where it isn't obvious from the club name. # Until 1915 clubs which finished equal on points played off for the title. In 1910 Leith and Raith Rovers both finished with 33 points but decided not to play-off for the title and were declared joint Champions. In 1915 Cowdenbeath, St. Bernard's and Leith Athletic all finished on 37 points. There was a three way play-off in which Cowdenbeath beat Leith 1-0 and St. Bernard's 3-1 while Leith beat St. Bernard's 2-1. Cowdenbeath were thus declared Champions.
Index| Champions 1922| Summary 1894
The Second Division closed down at the end of the 1914-15 due to the World War. When the war ended the Scottish League resisted attempts to reform it, but were forced to re-introduce it in 1921, along with automatic promotion and relegation, when the clubs which had been left out formed their own rival league and poached players from the Scottish League.
1922 Alloa Athletic 1923 Queen's Park 1924 St. Johnstone 1925 Dundee United 1926 Dunfermline Athletic 1927 $Bo'ness 1928 Ayr United 1929 Dundee United 1930 $Leith Athletic 1931 $Third Lanark (Glasgow) 1932 East Stirlingshire 1933 Hibernian 1934 Albion Rovers 1935 $Third Lanark (Glasgow) 1936 Falkirk 1937 Ayr United 1938 Raith Rovers 1939 Cowdenbeath Notes $ Indicates clubs no longer in existence. The town/city of the club is shown in brackets where it isn't obvious from the club name.
Index| Champions 1894| Summary 1894| Champions 1947
4 Ayr United 3 Leith Athletic, Hibernian, Raith Rovers, Cowdenbeath 2 Kilmarnock, Partick Thistle, St. Bernard's, Abercorn, Dundee United, Third Lanark 1 Port Glasgow Athletic, Airdrieonians, Hamilton Academicals, Clyde, Dumbarton, Alloa Athletic, Queen's Park, St. Johnstone, Dunfermline Athletic, Bo'ness, East Stirlingshire, Albion Rovers, Falkirk
Index| Champions 1894| Champions 1922| Champions 1947
The 1939-40 season was abandoned when World War II broke out in September 1940 and the Scottish League closed down until 1946. Division Two was called 'B' Division from when the League restarted in 1946 until 1956.
1947 Dundee 1948 East Fife 1949 Raith Rovers 1950 Morton 1951 Queen Of The South 1952 Clyde 1953 Stirling Albion 1954 Motherwell 1955 Airdrieonians 1956 Queen's Park 1957 Clyde 1958 Stirling Albion 1959 Ayr United 1960 St. Johnstone 1961 Stirling Albion 1962 Clyde 1963 St. Johnstone 1964 Morton 1965 Stirling Albion 1966 Ayr United 1967 Morton 1968 St. Mirren 1969 Motherwell 1970 Falkirk 1971 Partick Thistle 1972 Dumbarton 1973 Clyde 1974 Airdrieonians 1975 Falkirk
Index| Champions 1894| Summary 1947| Summary Div 2| Champions 1976
4 Stirling Albion, Clyde 2 St. Johnstone, Ayr United, Morton, Motherwell, Airdrieonians, Falkirk 1 Dundee, East Fife, Raith Rovers, Morton, Queen Of The South, Queen's Park, St. Mirren, Partick Thistle, Dumbarton
Index| Champions 1947| Champions 1976
6 Ayr United 5 Clyde 4 Raith Rovers, Stirling Albion 3 Leith Athletic, Hibernian, Cowdenbeath, St. Johnstone, Morton, Partick Thistle, Airdrieonians, Falkirk 2 Kilmarnock, St. Bernard's, Abercorn, Dundee United, Third Lanark, Queen's Park, Motherwell, Dumbarton 1 Port Glasgow Athletic, Hamilton Academicals, Alloa Athletic, Dunfermline Athletic, Bo'ness, East Stirlingshire, Albion Rovers, Dundee, East Fife, Queen Of The South, St. Mirren
Index| Champions 1894| Champions 1947| Champions 1976
The league was re-organised at the end of the 1975-76. The teams finishing in the top ten positions of the old Division One in 1974-75 formed the new Premier Division for season 1975-76. The remaining teams of the old Division One formed the new Division One along with the top six teams from the old Division Two.
1976 Partick Thistle 1977 St. Mirren 1978 Morton 1979 Dundee 1980 Heart Of Midlothian 1981 Hibernian 1982 Motherwell 1983 St. Johnstone 1984 Morton 1985 Motherwell 1986 Hamilton Academical 1987 Morton 1988 Hamilton Academical 1989 Dunfermline Athletic 1990 St. Johnstone 1991 Falkirk 1992 Dundee 1993 Raith Rovers 1994 Falkirk 1995 Raith Rovers 1996 Dunfermline Athletic 1997 St. Johnstone 1998 Dundee 1999 Hibernian 2000 St. Mirren 2001 Livingston 2002 Partick Thistle 2003 Falkirk 2004 Inverness Caledonian Thistle 2005 Falkirk 2006 St. Mirren 2007 Gretna 2008 Hamilton Academical 2009 St. Johnstone 2010 Inverness Caledonian Thistle 2011 Dunfermline Athletic 2012 Ross County 2013 Partick Thistle 2014 Dundee 2015 Heart Of Midlothian
Index| Champions 1947| Summary 1976| Overall summary
4 Falkirk, St. Johnstone, Dundee 3 Morton, St. Mirren, Hamilton Academical, Dunfermline Athletic, Partick Thistle 2 Motherwell, Raith Rovers, Hibernian, Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Heart Of Midlothian 1 Livingston, Gretna, Ross County
Index| Champions 1976| Overall summary
7 Falkirk, St. Johnstone 6 Ayr United, Morton, Raith Rovers, Partick Thistle 5 Clyde, Hibernian, Dundee 4 Stirling Albion, Motherwell, St. Mirren, Hamilton Academical, Dunfermline Athletic 3 Leith Athletic, Cowdenbeath, Airdrieonians 2 Kilmarnock, St. Bernard's, Abercorn, Dundee United, Third Lanark, Queen's Park, Dumbarton, Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Heart Of Midlothian 1 Port Glasgow Athletic, Alloa Athletic, Bo'ness, East Stirlingshire, Albion Rovers, East Fife, Queen Of The South, Livingston, Gretna, Ross County
Index| Champions 1891| Champions 1976
List of Final Tables
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