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Scottish Football League
Stats 1890-91 to 2013-14
Football stats of every Top 5 finish in the Scottish League for the last 117 seasons
Celtic & Rangers have won 66 FA Cups between them
Hearts & Hibs battle it out in the Edinburgh Football Derby
Aberdeen are 3rd in the list of Scottish Football trophy winners with 18
Scottish Football Association Cup 
Stats 1873-74 to 2013-14
Footbball stats of every Scottish FA Cup Final
from 1873-74 to 2013-14, together with an
Order of Merit table
Scottish Football League Cup
Stats 1940-41 to 2013-14
Stats of every Scottish League Cup Final
from 1940-41 to 2013-14, together with
an Order of Merit table
Scottish All-Time Trophy Winners Stats
This table shows the distribution of the 320
Scottish domestic trophies awarded from season
1873-74 to 2013-14 plus the three major
European honours won by Scottish clubs.
Scottish Football League Stats
Top 5 Finishes 1890-91 to 2013-14
Order of Merit for the Top 5 finishes in the Scottish League for the last 117 seasons
Rangers have only once failed to finish outside the Top 5 in Scotland Soccer
Scotland's Alan Hutton-Soccer Player
The magnificent Celtic football team of 1967
Rangers FC-Football Club
Rangers: A Concise Statistical Database
All the stats you could possibly want about Rangers
and their opponents over the years.
Thanks to Rangers Media & Kayloom for  their kind permission to reproduce this section.

The Scottish Premier League (SPL) is the top league in Scotland, and consists of a single division of 12 teams. It has existed since 1998 (before then the top league was the Premier Division of the Scottish Football League).

The Scottish Cup is the world's second oldest national cup competition, first contested in 1873 and only being predated by the English FA Cup. It is a pure knockout tournament with single matches, with replays being held if the first match is a tie. All 12 Scottish Premier League clubs automatically enter the tournament, as do all Scottish Football League clubs. A number of non-league clubs participate by virtue of having qualified through one of two regionalised qualifying cups, or since 2007-08 by having won the Scottish Junior Cup or one of the three regionalised Junior leagues. The final is usually played at Hampden Park.

The Scottish League Cup is open to members of the SPL and SFL, and has been contested since 1947. The Cup has its origins in a regional cup competition called the Southern League Cup which was introduced in 1940 when wartime restrictions led to a suspension of the Scottish FA Cup. This tournament was largely regional and did not involve all of the teams who comprised the Scottish Football League prior to the outbreak of war.

Scottish League football now consists of four tiers with a total of 42 clubs - the Premier League with 12 clubs and Divisions One, Two and Three each with 10 clubs. Each team plays the other sides in their division four times during the season, twice at home & twice away.

Scottish Club Football Stats

Berwick Rangers - the only English club to play in the Scottish Football League with 18
A-Z Interactive Details of all 42 Scottish League Clubs Season Stats 2009-10
Full stats of every League Club in the Top Four Flights of Scottish Football for 2009-10. Includes links to every club's official web site & Wikipedia.

Scottish National Team Stats

The Scotland national football team represents Scotland in international football and is controlled by the Scottish Football Association. Scotland are the joint oldest national football team in the world, alongside England's national football team, whom they played in the world's first international football match in 1872.

Scotland maintains its own national side that competes in all major professional football tournaments, with the exception of  Olympic Football as Scotland is not a member of the International Olympic Committee. The majority of Scotland's home matches are held at the national stadium, Hampden Park, with friendlies sometimes hosted at club stadiums. Scotland have qualified for the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Football Championship several times, but have famously never progressed beyond the first stage of any tournament.

Scotland's football supporters are collectively known as the Tartan Army. Their traditional rivals are England, who they played annually from 1872 until 1989, but there have only been four senior level fixtures since then. The last competitive match between the sides was the second leg of a Euro 2000 qualifying play-off at Wembley in 1999, which Scotland won 1–0, although England won the tie 2–1 on aggregate.

The appointment of German Bertie Vogts in 2002 did little to help the Scottish cause and they dropped to a record low in FIFAs World ratings of 88th.  Vogts was succeeded by Walter Smith and Alex McLeish before George Burley was appointed in 2008 and Scotland's fortunes took a turn for the better with the team returning to FIFAs top 20.

Burley's reign came to an end in November 2009 after Scotland failed to make the 2010 World Cup play-offs and suffered a 3-0 defeat to Wales in a friendly match. Craig Levein was appointed manager and his Scotland career got off to a winning start with a 3-0 victory over the Czech Republic at Hampden Park - Scotland's first friendly win there since 1996.

Kenny Dalglish holds the record for the number of full international Scottish caps won at 102. Dalglish also shares the Scottish goalscoring record at 30 goals with Denis Law.
The Hampden Roar-Scottish Football
Scottish National Team
Results 1872 to 1899
Scotland's record in international matches in chronological order from 1872 to 1899
Denis Law-Scottish Football Player
Scottish National Team
Results 1900 to 1925
Scotland's record in international matches in chronological order from 1900 to 1925
Scotland line-up with Alan Gilzean-Soccer
Scottish National Team
Results 1926 to 1950
Scotland's record in international matches in chronological order from 1926 to 1950
Kenny Dalglish-Scottish Football Player
Scottish National Team
Results 1951 to 1982
Scotland's record in international matches in chronological order from 1951 to 1982
Scotland at the 1974 World Cup-Soccer
Scottish National Team
Results 1983 to 2014
Scotland's record in international matches in chronological order from 1983 to 2014
Current Scotland football manager George Burley
Scottish National Team
Managers 1872 to 2010
Scotland's Manager's performance records
and comparison chart from 1872 to 2010
Scottish Football Player Steve Archibald
Scottish National Team
Opponents  Stats 1872 to 2010
Scotland's international opponents and records listed from A-Z from 1872 to 2010
Stuart McCall Football Player
Scottish National Team
Players  Stats 1872 to 2010
Scotland's international players with caps won, goals scored and international career span
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Points Won 1998-99 to 2014-15
Table of points won season by season in the Scottish Premier League from 1998-99 to 2014-15
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Top Goalscorers for every season of the Scottish Premier League and the All-Time Top
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Top Goalscorers 1890-91 to 1997-98
Top Goalscorers for every season of the
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Table listing all 603 Foreign Players who have played in the Scottish Premier League from
1998-99 to 2011-12
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Club & Country 1998-99 to 2011-12
The 603 Foreign Players who have played in the Scottish Premier League from 1998-99
to 2011-12 listed by clubs and countries
Fabrizio Ravanelli of Italy & Dundee
Peter Enckelman of Finland & St Johnstone
SPL Manager, Player & Young Player of
the Month Awards 2000-01 to 2011-12
Table listing the winners of the Manager, Player & Young Player monthly awards in the Scottish Premier League (SPL) since the 2000–01 season.
Alex McLeish - 9 times Scottish Premier League Manager of the Month
Ranger;s Walter Smith with Celtic's Tony Mowbray
Old Firm Manager's Records 1897-2012
Record of every Celtic & Rangers manager from 1897 to 2012 with the number of major trophies each manager has won.
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Scottish Premier League Player's Squad Numbers 1998-99 to 2014-15
Click on the club badge to see their complete Scottish Premier League player's squad number histories








 
 

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