Scottish League 1

League Badge


2013 (11 years old)

First Recorded Event

Current Season

Sport Icon Soccer



TV Rights

Team logo

03/08 Alloa home team badge - Away Team Badge Queen of Sou
03/08 Cove Rangers home team badge - Away Team Badge Annan Athlet
03/08 Inverness C home team badge - Away Team Badge Dumbarton
03/08 Montrose home team badge - Away Team Badge Kelty Hearts
03/08 Stenhousemui home team badge - Away Team Badge Arbroath
10/08 Annan Athlet home team badge - Away Team Badge Inverness C
10/08 Arbroath home team badge - Away Team Badge Montrose
10/08 Dumbarton home team badge - Away Team Badge Alloa
10/08 Kelty Hearts home team badge - Away Team Badge Stenhousemui
10/08 Queen of Sou home team badge - Away Team Badge Cove Rangers

17/05 The Spartans home team badge 2 - 2home team badge Dumbarton
14/05 Dumbarton home team badge 2 - 1home team badge The Spartans
11/05 Stirling Alb home team badge 0 - 0home team badge Dumbarton
11/05 Peterhead FC home team badge 1 - 5home team badge The Spartans
07/05 Dumbarton home team badge 2 - 1home team badge Stirling Alb
07/05 The Spartans home team badge 2 - 1home team badge Peterhead FC
04/05 Cove Rangers home team badge 3 - 1home team badge Edinburgh Ci
04/05 Falkirk home team badge 2 - 2home team badge Alloa
04/05 Hamilton home team badge 4 - 1home team badge Kelty Hearts
04/05 Montrose home team badge 3 - 2home team badge Queen of Sou

Available in:

The Scottish League One, known for sponsorship reasons as the Ladbrokes League One, is the third tier of the Scottish Professional Football League, the league competition for men's professional football clubs in Scotland. The Scottish League One was established in July 2013, after the Scottish Professional Football League was formed by a merger of the Scottish Premier League and Scottish Football League.

Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points are awarded for a loss. Teams are ranked by total points, then goal difference, and then goals scored. At the end of each season, the club with the most points is crowned league champion. If points are equal, the goal difference determines the winner. If this still does not result in a winner, the tied teams must take part in a playoff game at a neutral venue to determine the final placings.

Promotion and relegation
The champions are directly promoted to the Scottish Championship, swapping places with the bottom club of the Championship. The clubs finishing 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 9th in the Championship then enter the two-legged Championship play-off. The 2nd-placed League One club plays the 3rd-placed League One club, whilst the team who finished 4th in League One will play the 9th-placed Championship side. The winners of these ties will then play each other. If a League One play-off winner prevails, that club is promoted, with the Championship club being relegated. If the Championship side is victorious, they then retain their place in the Championship.

The League One play-off system is consistent to its Championship counterpart, in which the bottom club of League One is automatically relegated and the 9th-placed club undergoes a play-off with the 2nd, 3rd and 4th placed clubs from League Two.
wikipedia icon cc icon


team badge
team badge
team badge
team badge
show more..

Team Badge
Country Icon
Team Badge
Country Icon
Annan Athletic
Team Badge
Country Icon
Team Badge
Country Icon
Cove Rangers
Team Badge
Country Icon
Team Badge
Country Icon
Inverness C
Team Badge
Country Icon
Kelty Hearts
Team Badge
Country Icon
Team Badge
Country Icon
Queen of South
Team Badge
Country Icon

() Missing Artwork
(- 4) Missing 4 Players: Data and Artwork
(green tick) Team Complete

Trophy Icon


Team Banner

Other Links