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Established
1874 (147 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Cappielow Park
(11,589 Capacity)

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Location
Greenock

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Scottish Championship

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Upcoming Events
26 Oct 21 Morton   -  Partick
30 Oct 21 Morton   -  Hamilton
06 Nov 21 Dunfermline   -  Morton
13 Nov 21 Morton   -  Kilmarnock
20 Nov 21 Raith Rvs   -  Morton

Latest Results
23 Oct 21 Queen of  0 - 0  Morton
16 Oct 21 Inverness C  2 - 0  Morton
02 Oct 21 Morton  2 - 2  Arbroath
25 Sep 21 Ayr  0 - 0  Morton
18 Sep 21 Morton  0 - 1  Raith Rvs

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Greenock Morton Football Club are a Scottish professional football club, who as the current champions of Scottish League One play in the Scottish Championship in 2015–16. The club was founded as Morton Football Club in 1874, making it one of the oldest senior Scottish clubs. Morton were renamed as Greenock Morton in 1994 to celebrate the links with its home town of Greenock.

Morton won the Scottish Cup in 1922, and achieved their highest league finish in 1916–17, finishing as runners-up to champions Celtic.

Morton holds the record for the most promotions and relegations into the top flight (10 promotions and 10 relegations), however they have never competed in the Scottish Premier League or the current Scottish Premiership, having last competed in 1988 in the old Scottish Football League Premier Division.

In season 2014–15, Morton won their tenth league title as they won the Scottish League One on the final day.

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Cappielow is a district of Greenock in Inverclyde, west central Scotland. It is home to Scottish Championship side Greenock Morton The name Cappielow, taken alone, usually refers to the Cappielow Park stadium, but it can also refer to a small area of housing or the adjoining industrial estate.

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