League Summary

Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Club Crest Dunfermline36201066631+35703,624Andy Kirk - 12Chris SmithPromoted
2Club Crest Raith Rovers36179104735+12602,718John Baird - 13David McGurn
3Club Crest Falkirk36177125741+16584,224Mark Stewart - 15Bobby Olejnik
4Club Crest Queens36147155453+1491,622Colin McMenamin - 11David Hutton
5Club Crest Partick Thistle361211134439+5472,024Kris Doolan - 15Scott Fox
6Club Crest Dundee36191255434+20444,728Sean Higgins - 9Robert Douglas25-point deduction 1
7Club Crest Gr'nock Morton361110153943-4431,913Allan Jenkins - 8Colin Stewart
8Club Crest Ross County36914133034-4412,358Andrew Barrowman - 5Michael McGovern
9Club Crest Cowdenbeath3698194172-3135892Greg Stewart - 9Hay David→ Semi-finals
10Club Crest Stirling Albion3648243282-50201,054Gordon Smith - 11Scott ChristieRelegated

Scottish 2/3 Relegation/Promotion Playoff


Brechin City won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Finals.
Cowdenbeath relegated to Scottish Second Division.
Ayr United won on aggregate score over two legs and advance to Finals.


Ayr United won on aggregate score over two legs and promoted to Scottish First Division.

Squad Standard Stats 2010-2011 Scottish First Division

Squad Goalkeeping 2010-2011 Scottish First Division

Squad Shooting 2010-2011 Scottish First Division

Squad Playing Time 2010-2011 Scottish First Division

Squad Miscellaneous Stats 2010-2011 Scottish First Division


Nationalities 2010-2011 Scottish First Division

League Notes

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