Scottish Football League

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These are the Scottish football (soccer) teams and the leagues they played in for the 2005/06 season.

Scottish Premier League[change | change source]

Aberdeen F.C.[change | change source]

It was founded in 1903. They play at the Pittodrie Stadium in Aberdeen.

In the 1980s Sir Alex Ferguson was the manager of Aberdeen F.C. and they won the European Cup Winners Cup in 1983.

Celtic F.C.[change | change source]

They were started in 1888. They play at Celtic Park in Glasgow. They are rivals with Rangers F.C..

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Dundee United F.C.[change | change source]

Dunfermline Athletic F.C.[change | change source]

Falkirk F.C.[change | change source]

Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C.[change | change source]

Heart of Midlothian F.C.[change | change source]

Hibernian F.C.[change | change source]

Hibernian Football Club were founded in 1875. They play in the Scottish capital of Edinburugh at Easter Road Stadium. Hibernian or, "The Hibees" play in green and white shirts with white shorts and stokings. A traditionally Catholic team, they play in the Scottish Premiere League, or SPL.

"Glory glory to The Hibees, Glory glory to the Hibees, And The Hibs go marching on!"

Kilmarnock F.C.[change | change source]

Motherwell F.C.[change | change source]

Rangers F.C.[change | change source]

Rangers Football Club were formed in 1873 and are the most successful football team in world football history reaching an unprecedented fifty one league titles in the 2004/2005 season. Rangers achieved European success in 1972; they won the European Cup Winners Cup. Overall they have won over a hundred major trophies throughout their history. Ranger's play their rivals Celtic F.C. in the famous "Old Firm Derby".

Rangers home ground is Ibrox Stadium which is in Glasgow, Scotland.

St Mirren F.C.[change | change source]

Scottish Division One[change | change source]

Airdrie United F.C.[change | change source]

Clyde F.C.[change | change source]

Dundee F.C.[change | change source]

In June 1893, Dundee Football Club was formed by an amalgamation of two city teams, Our Boys and East End. Dundee have played at Dens Park Stadium since 19th August 1899. Dundee became the Champions of Scotland on 28th April 1962 for the first and only time to date. Dundee have also won the Scottish Cup once, in 1910.

Gretna F.C.[change | change source]

Hamilton[change | change source]

Livingston[change | change source]

Partick Thistle[change | change source]

Ross County[change | change source]

St. Johnstone[change | change source]

Queen of the South[change | change source]

Scottish Division Two[change | change source]

  • Alloa
  • Ayr United
  • Brechin
  • Cowdenbeath
  • Forfar Athletic
  • Morton
  • Peterhead
  • Raith Rovers
  • Stirling
  • Stranraer

Scottish Division Three[change | change source]

  • Albion Rovers
  • Arbroath
  • Berwick Rangers
  • Dumbarton
  • East Fife
  • East Stirling
  • Elgin City
  • Montrose
  • Stenhousmuir
  • Queens Park F.C.

Highland Football League[change | change source]

  • Brora Rangers F.C.
  • Buckie Thistle F.C.
  • Clachnacuddin F.C.
  • Cove Rangers F.C.
  • Deveronvale F.C.
  • Forres Mechanics F.C.
  • Fort William F.C.
  • Fraserburgh F.C.
  • Huntly F.C.
  • Inverurie Loco Works F.C.
  • Keith F.C.
  • Lossiemouth F.C.
  • Nairn County F.C.
  • Rothes F.C.
  • Wick Academy F.C.

East of Scotland League[change | change source]

  • Annan Athletic F.C.
  • Civil Service Strollers F.C.
  • Coldstream F.C.
  • Craigroyston F.C.
  • Dalbeattie Star F.C.
  • Easthouses Lily F.C.
  • Edinburgh Athletic F.C.
  • Edinburgh City F.C.
  • Edinburgh University F.C.
  • Eyemouth United F.C.
  • Gala Fairydean F.C.
  • Hawick Royal Albert F.C.
  • Heriot-Watt University F.C.
  • Kelso United F.C.
  • Lothian Thistle F.C.
  • Ormiston F.C.
  • Peebles Rovers F.C.
  • Preston Athletic F.C.
  • Selkirk F.C.
  • Spartans F.C.
  • Threave Rovers F.C.
  • Tollcross United F.C.
  • Vale of Leithen F.C.
  • Whitehill Welfare F.C.

South of Scotland League[change | change source]

  • Abbey Vale F.C.
  • Annan Athletic F.C.
  • Crichton F.C.
  • Creetown F.C.
  • Dalbeattie Star F.C.
  • Dumfries F.C.
  • Girvan F.C.
  • Gretna F.C.|Gretna Reserves
  • Mid-Annandale F.C.
  • Newton Stewart F.C.
  • Nithsdale Wanderers F.C.
  • Saint Cuthbert Wanderers F.C.
  • Stranraer Athletic F.C.
  • Tarff Rovers F.C.
  • Threave Rovers F.C.
  • Wigtown and Bladnoch F.C.

Scottish Junior Football Association, Western Region[change | change source]

  • Annbank United F.C.
  • Ardeer Thistle F.C.
  • Ardrossan Winton Rovers F.C.
  • Arthurlie F.C.
  • Ashfield F.C.
  • Auchinleck Talbot F.C.
  • Beith Juniors F.C.
  • Bellshill Athletic F.C.
  • Benburb F.C.
  • Blantyre Victoria F.C.
  • Cambuslang Rangers F.C.
  • Carluke Rovers F.C.
  • Clydebank F.C.
  • Coltness United F.C.
  • Craigmark Burntonians F.C.
  • Cumbernauld United F.C.
  • Cumnock Juniors F.C.
  • Dalry Thistle F.C.
  • Darvel F.C.
  • Dunipace F.C.
  • East Kilbride Thistle F.C.
  • Forth Wanderers F.C.
  • Glasgow Perthshire F.C.
  • Glenafton Athletic F.C.
  • Greenock F.C.
  • Hurlford United F.C.
  • Irvine Meadow XI
  • Irvine Victoria F.C.
  • Johnstone Burgh F.C.
  • Kello Rovers F.C.
  • Kilbirnie Ladeside F.C.
  • Kilsyth Rangers F.C.
  • Kilwinning Rangers F.C.
  • Kirkintilloch Rob Roy F.C.
  • Lanark United F.C.
  • Largs Thistle F.C.
  • Larkhall Thistle F.C.
  • Lesmahagow F.C.
  • Lugar Boswell Thistle F.C.
  • Maryhill F.C.
  • Maybole F.C.
  • Muirkirk F.C.
  • Neilston F.C.
  • Petershill F.C.
  • Pollok F.C.
  • Port Glasgow F.C.
  • Renfrew F.C.
  • Royal Albert F.C.
  • Rutherglen Glencairn F.C.
  • St Anthony's F.C.
  • St Roch's F.C.
  • Saltcoats Victoria F.C.
  • Shettleston F.C.
  • Shotts Bon Accord F.C.
  • Stonehouse Violet F.C.
  • Thorniewood United F.C.
  • Troon F.C.
  • Vale of Clyde F.C.
  • Vale of Leven F.C.
  • Whitletts Victoria F.C.
  • Wishaw F.C.
  • Yoker Athletic F.C.

Scottish Junior Football Association, Eastern Region[change | change source]

  • Armadale Thistle F.C.
  • Arniston Rangers F.C.
  • Bathgate Thistle F.C.
  • Blackburn United F.C.
  • Bo'ness United F.C.
  • Bonnyrigg Rose F.C.
  • Broxburn Athletic F.C.
  • Camelon F.C.
  • Crossgates Primrose F.C.
  • Dalkeith Thistle F.C.
  • Dunbar United F.C.
  • Dundee North End F.C.
  • Dundonald Bluebell F.C.
  • Edinburgh United F.C.
  • Fauldhouse United F.C.
  • Glenrothes F.C.
  • Haddington Athletic F.C.
  • Harthill Royal F.C.
  • Hill o' Beath Hawthorn F.C.
  • Kelty Hearts F.C.
  • Kirkcaldy YMCA F.C.
  • Linlithgow Rose F.C. (Winners of the Scottish Junior Cup in 2001)
  • Livingston United F.C.
  • Lochgelly Albert F.C.
  • Lochee United F.C.
  • Lochore Welfare F.C.
  • Musselburgh Athletic F.C.
  • Newburgh F.C.
  • Newtongrange Star F.C.
  • Oakley United F.C.
  • Penicuik Athletic F.C.
  • Pumpherston F.C.
  • Rosyth Recreation F.C.
  • Saint Andrews United F.C.
  • Sauchie F.C.
  • Steelend Victoria F.C.
  • Stoneyburn United F.C.
  • Tayport F.C.
  • Thornton Hibs F.C.
  • Tranent F.C.
  • West Calder United F.C.
  • Whitburn F.C.

North Caledonian Football League[change | change source]

  • Alness United F.C.
  • Balintore F.C.
  • Bonar Bridge F.C.
  • Bunillidh Thistle F.C.
  • Dornoch F.C.
  • Golspie Sutherland F.C.
  • Halkirk United F.C.
  • Invergordon F.C.
  • Tain St. Duthus F.C.
  • Thurso F.C.

Clubs that do not exist any more[change | change source]

  • Airdrieonians F.C.
  • Clydebank F.C.
  • Dumbarton Harp F.C.
  • Third Lanark F.C.
  • Dundee Wanderers F.C