Football :
Scottish Domestic Club Football


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Three tables covering domestic football in Scotland.

Years expressed as 2016 depict the 2015-16 season.


Scottish FA Cup

Cup Winners from the League's second level are in RED.

Season Club Number
of Wins
1874Queen's Park1
1875Queen's Park2
1876Queen's Park3
1877Vale of Leven1
1878Vale of Leven2
1879Vale of Leven 13
1880Queen's Park4
1881Queen's Park5
1882Queen's Park6
1883Dunbarton1
1884Queen's Park 27
1885Renton1
1886Queen's Park8
1887Hibernian1
1888Renton2
1889Third Lanark1
1890Queen's Park9
1891Hearts1
1892Celtic1
1893Queen's Park10
1894Rangers1
1895St Bernards1
1896Hearts2
1897Rangers2
1898Rangers3
1899Celtic2
1900Celtic3
1901Hearts3
1902Hibernian2
1903Rangers4
1904Celtic4
1905Third Lanark2
1906Hearts4
1907Celtic5
1908Celtic6
1909No Winner 3 
1910Dundee1
1911Celtic7
1912Celtic8
1913Falkirk1
1914Celtic9
1920Kilmarnock1
1921Partick Thistle1
1922Morton1
1923Celtic10
1924Airdrie1
1925Celtic11
1926St Mirren1
1927Celtic12
1928Rangers5
1929Kilmarnock2
1930Rangers6
1931Celtic13
1932Rangers7
1933Celtic14
1934Rangers8
1935Rangers9
1936Rangers10
1937Celtic15
1938East Fife1
1939Clyde1
1947Aberdeen1
1948Rangers11
1949Rangers12
1950Rangers13
1951Celtic16
1952Motherwell1
1953Rangers14
1954Celtic17
1955Clyde2
1956Hearts5
1957Falkirk2
1958Clyde3
1959St Mirren2
1960Rangers15
1961Dunfermline1
1962Rangers16
1963Rangers17
1964Rangers18
1965Celtic18
1966Rangers19
1967Celtic19
1968Dunfermline2
1969Celtic20
1970Aberdeen2
1971Celtic21
1972Celtic22
1973Rangers20
1974Celtic23
1975Celtic24
1976Rangers21
1977Celtic25
1978Rangers22
1979Rangers23
1980Celtic26
1981Rangers24
1982Aberdeen3
1983Aberdeen4
1984Aberdeen5
1985Celtic27
1986Aberdeen6
1987St Mirren3
1988Celtic28
1989Celtic29
1990Aberdeen7
1991Motherwell2
1992Rangers25
1993Rangers26
1994Dundee United1
1995Celtic30
1996Rangers27
1997Kilmarnock3
1998Hearts6
1999Rangers28
2000Rangers29
2001Celtic31
2002Rangers30
2003Rangers31
2004Celtic32
2005Celtic33
2006Hearts7
2007Celtic34
2008Rangers32
2009Rangers33
2010Dundee United2
2011Celtic35
2012Hearts8
2013Celtic36
2014St Johnstone1
2015Inverness Caledonian Thistle1
2016Hibernian3

Notes:

1 Vale of Leven awarded the Cup when Rangers failed to turn up for replay.
2 Queen's Park awarded the Cup when Vale of Leven failed to turn up.
3 Cup was withheld after a riot after 2 drawn matches between Rangers and Celtic.


Scottish League Champions

Season Club Number
of Wins
1891League Shared
Dunbarton
Rangers
 
1
1
1892Dunbarton2
1893Celtic1
1894Celtic2
1895Hearts1
1896Celtic3
1897Hearts2
1898Celtic4
1899Rangers2
1900Rangers3
1901Rangers4
1902Rangers5
1903Hibernian1
1904Third Lanark1
1905Celtic5
1906Celtic6
1907Celtic7
1908Celtic8
1909Celtic9
1910Celtic10
1911Rangers6
1912Rangers7
1913Rangers8
1914Celtic11
1915Celtic12
1916Celtic13
1917Celtic14
1918Rangers9
1919Celtic15
1920Rangers10
1921Rangers11
1922Celtic16
1923Rangers12
1924Rangers13
1925Rangers14
1926Celtic17
1927Rangers15
1928Rangers16
1929Rangers17
1930Rangers18
1931Rangers19
1932Motherwell1
1933Rangers20
1934Rangers21
1935Rangers22
1936Celtic18
1937Rangers23
1938Celtic19
1939Rangers24
1947Rangers25
1948Hibernian2
1949Rangers26
1950Rangers27
1951Hibernian3
1952Hibernian4
1953Rangers28
1954Celtic20
1955Aberdeen1
1956Rangers29
1957Rangers30
1958Hearts3
1959Rangers31
1960Hearts4
1961Rangers32
1962Dundee1
1963Rangers33
1964Rangers34
1965Kilmarnock1
1966Celtic21
1967Celtic22
1968Celtic23
1969Celtic24
1970Celtic25
1971Celtic26
1972Celtic27
1973Celtic28
1974Celtic29
1975Rangers35
1976Rangers36
1977Celtic30
1978Rangers37
1979Celtic31
1980Aberdeen2
1981Celtic32
1982Celtic33
1983Dundee United1
1984Aberdeen3
1985Aberdeen4
1986Celtic34
1987Rangers38
1988Celtic35
1989Rangers39
1990Rangers40
1991Rangers41
1992Rangers42
1993Rangers43
1994Rangers44
1995Rangers45
1996Rangers46
1997Rangers47
1998Celtic36
1999Rangers48
2000Rangers49
2001Celtic37
2002Celtic38
2003Rangers50
2004Celtic39
2005Rangers51
2006Celtic40
2007Celtic41
2008Celtic42
2009Rangers52
2010Rangers53
2011Rangers54
2012Celtic43
2013Celtic44
2014Celtic45
2015Celtic46
2016Celtic47


Scottish League Cup

Cup Winners from the League's second level are in RED.

Season Club Number
of Wins
1947Rangers1
1948East Fife1
1949Rangers2
1950East Fife2
1951Motherwell1
1952Dundee1
1953Dundee2
1954East Fife3
1955Hearts1
1956Aberdeen1
1957Celtic1
1958Celtic2
1959Hearts2
1960Hearts3
1961Rangers3
1962Rangers4
1963Hearts4
1964Rangers5
1965Rangers6
1966Celtic3
1967Celtic4
1968Celtic5
1969Celtic6
1970Celtic7
1971Rangers7
1972Partick Thistle1
1973Hibernian1
1974Dundee3
1975Celtic8
1976Rangers8
1977Aberdeen2
1978Rangers9
1979Rangers10
1980Dundee United1
1981Dundee United2
1982Rangers11
1983Celtic9
1984Rangers12
1985Rangers13
1986Aberdeen3
1987Rangers14
1988Rangers15
1989Rangers16
1990Aberdeen4
1991Rangers17
1992Hibernian2
1993Rangers18
1994Rangers19
1995Raith Rovers1
1996Aberdeen5
1997Rangers20
1998Celtic10
1999Rangers21
2000Celtic11
2001Celtic12
2002Rangers22
2003Rangers23
2004Livingston1
2005Rangers24
2006Celtic13
2007Hibernian3
2008Rangers25
2009Celtic14
2010Rangers26
2011Rangers27
2012Kilmarnock1
2013St Mirren1
2014Aberdeen6
2015Celtic15
2016Ross County1


Domestic Scottish Data

Season Notes
1874 Scottish Cup founded. Queen's Park win the first.
1876 Queen's Park become the first club to win the Cup for three consecutive years.
1879 Vale of Leven equal three consecutive Cup wins.
1882 Queen's Park repeat the feat of three consecutive Cup wins.
1884 Queen's Park win the Scottish Cup and reach the final of the English FA Cup.
1891 Scottish League Championship begins - first trophy shared for the only time (Dumbarton and Rangers).
1892 Dumbarton become first club to win the League Championship in successive years.
1902 Rangers win the League Championship four years in a row.
1907 Celtic complete the first League Championship and Cup double and repeat the feat a year later.
1910 Celtic win the League Championship six years in a row.
1914 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double.
1928 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double.
1930 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double.
1934 Rangers complete the League Championship and Cup double and repeat the feat a year later.
1936 Rangers equal feat of three consecutive Cup wins.
1947 The League Cup begins and is won by Rangers (who also win the League Championship).
1949 Rangers complete the first domestic treble of League Championship, Cup and League Cup.
1950 Rangers repeat feat of three consecutive Cup wins and win the League Championship and Cup double.
1953 Rangers complete the League Championship and Cup double. Dundee become the first club to win the League Cup in successive years.
1954 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double.
1960 Hearts win the League Championship and the League Cup.
1961 Rangers win the League Championship and the League Cup.
1962 Rangers win the Cup and the League Cup.
1963 Rangers complete the League Championship and Cup double and repeat the feat a year later.
1964 Rangers complete the second domestic treble of League Championship, Cup and League Cup. They also repeat the feat of three consecutive Cup wins (for the third time).
1966 Celtic win the Cup and the League Cup.
1967 Celtic uniquely win four trophies: League Championship, Cup, League Cup and European Cup. They become the first UK club to win the European Cup and first Scottish club to win a European trophy.
1968 Celtic win the Cup and the League Cup.
1969 Celtic complete the League Championship, Cup and League Cup treble.
1970 Celtic win the Cup and the League Cup, completing five successive League Cup wins.
1971 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double and repeat the feat a year later.
1972 Rangers win the Cup Winners' Cup, the second Scottish club to win a European trophy.
1974 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double and a run of 9 successive League Championships.
1975 Celtic win the Cup and League Cup.
1976 Rangers complete the League Championship, Cup and League Cup treble.
1977 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double.
1978 Rangers complete the League Championship, Cup and League Cup treble.
1979 Rangers win the Cup and League Cup.
1984 Aberdeen become the first club outside Glasgow to complete the League Championship and Cup double. They also repeat the feat of winning the Cup three years in a row.
1986 Aberdeen win the Cup and League Cup.
1987 Rangers win the League Championship and the League Cup.
1988 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double.
1989 Rangers win the League Championship and the League Cup.
1990 Aberdeen win the Cup and the League Cup.
1991 Rangers win the League Championship and the League Cup.
1992 Rangers complete the League Championship and Cup double.
1993 Rangers complete the League Championship, Cup and League Cup treble.
1994 Rangers win the League Championship and the League Cup.
1996 Rangers complete the League Championship and Cup double.
1997 Rangers equal 9 successive League Championships. They also win the League Cup.
1998 Celtic win the League Championship and the League Cup.
1999 Rangers complete the League Championship, Cup and League Cup treble.
2000 Rangers complete the League Championship and Cup double.
2001 Celtic complete the League Championship, Cup and League Cup treble.
2002 Rangers win the Cup and the League Cup.
2003 Rangers complete the League Championship, Cup and League Cup treble.
2004 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double.
2007 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double.
2008 Rangers win the Cup and the League Cup.
2009 Rangers complete the League Championship and Cup double.
2010 Rangers win the League Championship and League Cup.
2011 Rangers win the League Championship and League Cup.
2013 Celtic complete the League Championship and Cup double.
2015 Celtic win the League Championship and League Cup.
2016 The Cup is between two teams from the 2nd level for the first time.


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