Who won the Scottish Premiership in 2000?

February 12, 2021 Off By idswater

Who won the Scottish Premiership in 2000?

Celtic
The 2000–01 title was won by Celtic – their first SPL title, and their first Scottish title since winning the 1997–98 Premier Division – in Martin O’Neill’s first season as manager of the club.

Who won the Scottish League 2001?

2001–02 Scottish Premier League

Season 2001–02
Champions Celtic
Relegated St Johnstone
Champions League Celtic
UEFA Cup Rangers Livingston Aberdeen

Who won the Scottish Premier League in 1997?

The 1997–98 Scottish Premier Division season ended in success for Celtic who won by two points from nearest rivals Rangers, beating St Johnstone on the last day to clinch the title.

Who was the champions of Scotland 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. As champions, Rangers qualified for the Champions League while Celtic and third-placed Hearts qualified for the UEFA Cup.

When did the Scottish Premier League start in 1999?

It began in on 31 July 1999 and concluded on 21 May 2000. Rangers, the defending champions, retained their title on 22 April 2000, after their nearest challengers Celtic drew 1–1 with Hibernian.

Who was the top scorer in 1998-99 Scottish Premier League?

Celtic’s Henrik Larsson was the SPL’s top scorer in the 1998–99 season. The average attendances for SPL clubs during the 1998–99 season are shown below: ^ “Scottish sponsorship deal is defended”.

When did Celtic win the Scottish Premier League?

Celtic went into the season as the defending Scottish champions, having won the 1997–98 Scottish Premier Division . Rangers won the title with 3 matches still to play on 2 May 1999, after defeating Old Firm rivals Celtic 3–0 in controversial circumstances at Celtic Park.

The 1999–2000 Scottish Premier League was won by Rangers for the second successive year, finishing 21 points ahead of nearest rivals Celtic. As champions, Rangers qualified for the Champions League while Celtic and third-placed Hearts qualified for the UEFA Cup.

It began in on 31 July 1999 and concluded on 21 May 2000. Rangers, the defending champions, retained their title on 22 April 2000, after their nearest challengers Celtic drew 1–1 with Hibernian.

Celtic went into the season as the defending Scottish champions, having won the 1997–98 Scottish Premier Division . Rangers won the title with 3 matches still to play on 2 May 1999, after defeating Old Firm rivals Celtic 3–0 in controversial circumstances at Celtic Park.

Celtic’s Henrik Larsson was the SPL’s top scorer in the 1998–99 season. The average attendances for SPL clubs during the 1998–99 season are shown below: ^ “Scottish sponsorship deal is defended”.