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Die Scottish Premiership ist seit die höchste Fußballliga in Schottland und eine Division der Scottish Professional Football League. Sie wurde als Nachfolger für die Scottish Premier League im Juli gegründet. Der aktuelle Spieltag und die Tabelle der schottischen Premier League / Alle Spiele und Live Ergebnisse des Spieltages im Überblick. Mit den aktuellen Einstellungen können wir dir keine Benachrichtigungen schicken. Fussball Schottland. Premier League. Die Scottish Premier League (kurz: SPL) war von 19die höchste Fußballliga in Schottland. Sie wurde, nach dem Hauptsponsor Clydesdale Bank,. Die Scottish Premiership (Sponsorenname Ladbrokes Premiership) ist seit die höchste Fußballliga in Schottland und eine Division der Scottish Professional Football League. Sie wurde als Nachfolger für die Scottish Premier League im Juli
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Dunfermline Athletic. Hamilton Academical. Heart of Midlothian. Inverness CT. Livingston and Gretna. Gretna played one home game at Almondvale during the —08 season due to the bad condition of the Fir Park pitch.
Inverness C. The biggest club stadium in Scotland by seating capacity. Easter Road. Motherwell and Gretna.
First purpose-built all-seater stadium in Scotland. Aberdeen and Inverness C. Tynecastle Stadium. No relegation [note 2].
No relegation [note 3]. Kris Boyd 32 15 — Kilmarnock, 17 — Rangers. Scott Brown Celtic. David Weir Rangers. Leigh Griffiths Hibernian.
Rangers [note 4]. Partick Thistle. Table Scotland Premier League, next and last matches with results. The yield statistics in case you bet the same bet from the start of the season.
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This was known as the league seeding and was based on clubs' performance in previous years. For example, one club would sometimes play another three times at home and once away.
There was criticism of the split season format. In April , Craig Levein labelled it as "rubbish" and a "nonsense", claiming it resulted in lost revenue for clubs and put more pressure on managers,  while Rangers manager Walter Smith branded the format as "unfair" and called for an team league to be considered.
The bottom placed SPL club at the end of the season was relegated, and swapped places with the winner of the Scottish First Division , provided that the winner satisfied the SPL entry criteria.
These promotion criteria sometimes caused controversy. In , the chairmen of the member clubs voted against Falkirk 's proposed ground share with Airdrie United and stopped the club from having the 10, capacity stadium it required, therefore saving Motherwell from relegation.
The same situation nearly materialised in After several votes and discussion, including threats of court cases from Partick Thistle , the team threatened with relegation, Inverness Caledonian Thistle were promoted on the basis that they would ground share with Aberdeen at Pittodrie.
No team outside the Old Firm has won the Scottish league championship since Until Rangers were ejected from the SPL due to their liquidation , there was only one SPL season —06 where both clubs failed to occupy first and second positions, with Hearts finishing second behind Celtic.
The average home attendances of both clubs is significantly higher than the other Scottish clubs, which resulted in the Old Firm having far greater revenues and therefore more money to spend on players.
Despite having more resources than other Scottish clubs, the Old Firm experienced difficulty in competing with big clubs from other leagues in terms of transfer fees and player wages due to the SPL's relatively low television revenue.
A recurring theme during the existence of the SPL was the prospect of the two clubs leaving the Scottish football set-up to join the English football league system , an Atlantic League with clubs from countries such as the Netherlands, Belgium and Portugal, or forming a new European Super League.
Rangers was relaunched by a new company and were voted into the Scottish Football League Third Division. In March , Rangers chief executive Charles Green suggested that Rangers could join the Football Conference and that EU competition law banning restraints of trade could be used to overcome any legal barriers to such a plan.
The SPL instituted a "winter break" during the January of each season, beginning with the —99 season. However, this practice was removed beginning in the —01 season , forcing clubs to play throughout January and sometimes resulting in postponement of matches and significant damage to clubs' pitches.
In the seasons after the SPL's inception, Scotland's UEFA coefficient improved significantly, having been ranked 26th in —99,  they reached a high of 10th at the end of the —08 season.
In —06, Rangers became the first Scottish club to reach the knockout stage of the Champions League,  a feat repeated by Celtic the following two seasons.
Scottish Premier League clubs had almost complete freedom to sign whatever number and category of players they wish. There was no team or individual salary cap, no squad size limit, no age restrictions other than those applied by general employment law, no restrictions on the overall number of foreign players and few restrictions on individual foreign players.
All players with EU nationality, including those able to claim an EU passport through a parent or grandparent, were eligible to play, and top players from outside the EU were able to obtain UK work permits.
The only restriction on selection was the "Under rule". This rule stated that each club must include at least three players under the age of 21 in its matchday squad.
Opinions on this rule were divided among SPL managers. A decline in television revenue resulted in relatively little spending among SPL clubs, with major transfer spending mostly limited to the Old Firm clubs.
As a result, most clubs became reliant on developing their own young players and selling them on for profit. Due to its relatively low income from television and commercial partners, Scottish clubs were highly dependent on revenues from fans attending matches.
More people in Scotland per head of population watched their domestic top-level league than any other European nation.
The Bank of Scotland , which had sponsored the league since March the League was unsponsored for most of the inaugural season , did not renew its sponsorship at the end of the —07 season.
During the SPL era, six of its member clubs entered administration. After widespread cost-cutting measures, the finances of SPL clubs began to show signs of improvement.
Both Motherwell and Dundee came out of administration in April  and August  respectively, while Livingston ended its month spell in administration in May SPL clubs were badly affected by the late s financial crisis and UK economic recession.
Between —99 and —02 , exclusive television rights for live Scottish Premier League matches were held by Sky Sports. Despite a two-year television deal being agreed with BBC Scotland in July for a significant amount less than previously offered by Sky Sports,  the ten non-Old Firm clubs confirmed their resignation from the SPL in August , citing discontent with the voting system.
In November , it was announced that a five-year extension to the contract would commence from the —13 season.
The clubs listed below competed in the Scottish Premier League. Teams in italics are founder members. This table is a cumulative record of all SPL matches played.
The table is accurate from the —99 season to the end of the —13 season, inclusive. Boyd and Larsson were the only players who scored more than goals in the SPL era.
There are players who scored far more goals in the predecessor Scottish Football League competition, with Jimmy McGrory holding the overall record with goals in the top flight of Scottish football.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the top division of the Scottish football league system from to For the current top division, see Scottish Premiership.
Main article: List of Scottish Premier League clubs. Main article: List of Scottish Premier League stadiums. Main article: List of Scottish football champions.
For a complete record of clubs that have won Scottish league championships, see list of Scottish football champions. There was due to be a play-off involving the team that finished bottom of the SPL Aberdeen and the teams finishing second and third in the First Division Dunfermline Athletic and Falkirk for two places in the SPL, but this was cancelled because Falkirk did not meet the stadium criteria for SPL membership.
The lowest points total without such a penalty is 18 points, which was recorded by Livingston in — BBC Sport.
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Retrieved 29 July The Daily Telegraph. London: Telegraph Media Group. Retrieved 21 May Retrieved 11 October Daily Mirror.
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Trinity Mirror. Retrieved 6 July BBC Sport website. Retrieved 4 January Retrieved 27 August Retrieved 16 June BBC News. Retrieved 17 March Retrieved 19 August Registrar of Companies.
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