Scotland Clubs

Scotland Clubs Table
Squad Comp Gender From To Comps Champs Other Names
Aberdeen FCScottish PremiershipM2000-20012018-2019190
Airdrieonians FCM2008-20092012-201330Airdrie United FC
Alloa Athletic FCScottish ChampionshipM2013-20142018-201940
Ayr United FCScottish ChampionshipM2009-20102018-201940
Brechin City FCM2017-20182017-201810
Celtic FCScottish PremiershipM2000-20012018-20193514
Clyde FCM2007-20082008-200920
Cowdenbeath FCM2010-20112014-201540
Dumbarton FCM2012-20132017-201860
Dundee FCScottish PremiershipM2000-20012018-2019171
Dundee United FCScottish ChampionshipM2000-20012018-2019190
Dunfermline Athletic FCScottish ChampionshipM2000-20012018-2019161
Falkirk FCScottish ChampionshipM2005-20062018-2019140
Greenock Morton FCScottish ChampionshipM2007-20082018-2019110
Gretna FCM2007-20082007-200810
Hamilton Academical FCScottish PremiershipM2007-20082018-2019121
Heart of Midlothian FCScottish PremiershipM2000-20012018-2019191
Hibernian FCScottish PremiershipM2000-20012018-2019191
Hibernian LFCF2016-20172017-201820
Inverness Caledonian Thistle FCScottish ChampionshipM2004-20052018-2019151
Kilmarnock FCScottish PremiershipM2000-20012018-2019190
Livingston FCScottish PremiershipM2001-20022018-2019140
Motherwell FCScottish PremiershipM2000-20012018-2019190
Partick Thistle FCScottish ChampionshipM2002-20032018-2019141
Queen of the South FCScottish ChampionshipM2007-20082018-2019110
Raith Rovers FCM2009-20102016-201780
Rangers FCScottish PremiershipM1999-20002018-2019266
Ross County FCScottish ChampionshipM2008-20092018-2019112
St Johnstone FCScottish PremiershipM2000-20012018-2019141
St Mirren FCScottish PremiershipM2000-20012018-2019141
Stirling Albion FCM2007-20082010-201120

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