When did the Scottish Premier League start and end?

March 7, 2019 Off By idswater

When did the Scottish Premier League start and end?

On 8 September 1997, the clubs in the Premier Division decided to split from the Scottish Football League and form a Scottish Premier League (SPL). This followed an earlier example in England, which came into force during the 1992–93 season.

What was the Scottish Football League in 1974?

The 1974–75 season was the 102nd season of competitive football in Scotland and the 78th season of Scottish league football. It was the final season of the old, two-division set up. At the end of the season, the top ten teams in Division One formed the new Premier Division. The remaining eight teams, together with the top six…

Who was the winner of the Scottish Premier League in 1999?

The 1999–2000 Scottish Premier League was won by Rangers for the second successive year, finishing 21 points ahead of nearest rivals Celtic.

Who was the first Scottish football team to win the league and the League Cup?

Retrieved 17 December 2013. In 1948–49, Rangers became the first team to win the League, the Scottish Cup, and the League Cup in one season. It was the first glorious treble in Scottish football. ^ James Dart, Paolo Bandini and Sean Armstrong (2007-02-28). “The sulkiest football walk-offs ever”. The Guardian. Retrieved 2008-03-05.

Who are the current champions of the Scottish Premiership?

Rangers are the current league champions, having won the 2020–21 Scottish Premiership. This was their 55th Scottish league championship in total, and it ended a run of nine straight league titles by Celtic.

Retrieved 17 December 2013. In 1948–49, Rangers became the first team to win the League, the Scottish Cup, and the League Cup in one season. It was the first glorious treble in Scottish football. ^ James Dart, Paolo Bandini and Sean Armstrong (2007-02-28). “The sulkiest football walk-offs ever”. The Guardian. Retrieved 2008-03-05.

When did Aberdeen win the Scottish League title?

The 1984-85 season saw Aberdeen lift the league title as they finished seven points clear of David Hay’s Celtic and 21 points ahead of Jock Wallace’s Rangers. It was Aberdeen’s second league triumph in as many seasons and their fourth of all time.

Which is the only Scottish football club to have won a double?

Only Linfield in Northern Ireland (24) and South China in Hong Kong (20) have won more doubles. The only other club to have won a league and Scottish Cup double is Aberdeen, in 1983–84. Each Old Firm club has also won the Scottish League Cup to complete a treble seven times.