Tables/Stats..

 

Scottish Premiership 2017/18
# Team Pl W D L F A GD Pts Last 6
1 Celtic 8 6 2 0 20 5 15 20
2 Aberdeen 8 6 2 0 15 6 9 20
3 Rangers 8 4 2 2 17 11 6 14
4 St Johnstone 8 4 2 2 13 11 2 14
5 Motherwell 8 4 1 3 13 10 3 13
6 Hibernian 8 3 4 1 14 12 2 13
7 Hearts 8 2 3 3 7 10 -3 9
8 Dundee 8 2 2 4 10 16 -6 8
9 Hamilton Academical 8 2 1 5 12 17 -5 7
10 Ross County 8 2 1 5 7 14 -7 7
11 Partick Thistle 8 0 3 5 8 16 -8 3
12 Kilmarnock 8 0 3 5 5 13 -8 3

Key

Uefa Champions League: 1st
Europa League: 2nd, 3rd
Play Off: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Relegation: 12th

 


Scottish Premiership 2016/17
# Team Pl W D L F A GD Pts
1 Celtic 27 26 1 0 73 16 57 79
2 Aberdeen 27 16 4 7 50 24 26 52
3 Rangers 27 13 7 7 37 32 5 46
4 Hearts 27 10 8 9 46 35 11 38
5 St Johnstone 27 10 7 10 35 36 -1 37
6 Partick Thistle 27 8 8 11 29 32 -3 32
7 Dundee 27 8 6 13 31 37 -6 30
8 Kilmarnock 27 6 10 11 25 43 -18 28
9 Ross County 27 6 9 12 29 45 -16 27
10 Motherwell 27 7 6 14 32 54 -22 27
11 Hamilton Academical 27 4 12 11 26 39 -13 24
12 Inverness CT 27 4 10 13 31 51 -20 22

Last updated: March 4, 2017 4:54pm

Key

Uefa Champions League: 1st
Europa League: 2nd, 3rd
Play Off: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
Relegation: 12th


Scottish Premiership – Top scorers

Top goal scorers 2016/2017

Last updated: Sat 4 March 19:05
# Player Team Nationality Goals
1. Moussa Dembélé Celtic France 17
2. Scott Sinclair Celtic England 15
3. Liam Boyce Ross County Northern Ireland 13
4. Jamie Walker Hearts Scotland 11
Louis Moult Motherwell England 11
6. Adam Rooney Aberdeen Ireland 10
7. Stuart Armstrong Celtic Scotland 9
8. Callum Paterson Hearts Scotland 8
Kris Doolan Partick Thistle Scotland 8
Leigh Griffiths Celtic Scotland 8
Niall McGinn Aberdeen Northern Ireland 8
Souleymane Coulibaly Kilmarnock Ivory Coast 8
13. Ali Crawford Hamilton Academical Scotland 7
Danny Swanson St Johnstone Scotland 7
Scott McDonald Motherwell Australia 7
Steven MacLean St Johnstone Scotland 7
17. Jonny Hayes Aberdeen Ireland 6
Kenny Miller Rangers Scotland 6
Kris Boyd Kilmarnock Scotland 6
Liam Lindsay Partick Thistle Scotland 6
Marcus Haber Dundee Canada 6
Tom Rogic Celtic Australia 6

 POSITIONS FOR THE 2015-16 SEASON 


Scottish Premiership 2015/16
# Team Pl W D L F A GD Pts
1 Celtic 35 24 8 3 82 27 55 80
2 Aberdeen 35 22 5 8 60 40 20 71
3 Hearts 35 17 9 9 55 37 18 60
4 St Johnstone 35 14 7 14 52 51 1 49
5 Motherwell 35 14 5 16 43 53 -10 47
6 Ross County 35 13 5 17 49 57 -8 44
7 Dundee 35 11 14 10 52 51 1 47
8 Inverness CT 35 12 10 13 47 45 2 46
9 Partick Thistle 35 11 8 16 34 45 -11 41
10 Hamilton Academical 35 10 9 16 39 60 -21 39
11 Kilmarnock 35 9 8 18 38 57 -19 35
12 Dundee United 35 6 6 23 35 63 -28 24

Dundee..Dens Park, Dundee                          ..11,506
Dundee United..Tannadice Park, Dundee              ..14,229
Hamilton Academical..New Douglas Park, Hamilton    ..6,078
Inverness Caledonian Thistle..Caledonian Stadium   .7,800
Kilmarnock..Rugby Park, Kilmarnock                 ..18,128
Motherwell..Fir Park, Motherwell                   ..13,677
Partick Thistle..Firhill Stadium, Glasgow          ..10,102
Ross County..Victoria Park, Dingwall               ...6,541
St. Johnstone..McDiarmid Park, Perth               ..10,696
St. Mirren..St. Mirren Park, Paisley               ..8,023
Hibernian   Easter Road                               20.421
Aberdeen    Pittodrie Stadium                        20.961
Hearts      Tynecastle Park                          17.529
Sevco1588   Castle Greyskull                         50.817


SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP 2015-2016 – TOP SCORERS



  1. Leigh Griffiths

    Celtic

    28Goals scored

    4 Assists

  2. Kane Hemmings

    Dundee

    19Goals scored

    5 Assists

  3. Adam Rooney

    Aberdeen

    1Motherwell

  4. Liam Boyce

    Ross County

    13Goals scored

    4 Assists

  5. Billy Mckay

    Dundee Utd

    12Goals scored

    1 Assists

  6. Juanma

    Hearts

    11Goals scored

    2 Assists

  7. Steven MacLean

    St Johnstone

    10Goals scored

    4 Assists

  8. Greg Stewart

    Dundee

    9Goals scored

    8 Assists

  9. Josh Magennis

    Kilmarnock

    9Goals scored

    4 Assists

  10. All-time SPL tableOther Celtic/Scottish football stats……..

This table is a cumulative record of all SPL matches played. The table is accurate from the 1998–99 season to the end of the 2012–13 season, inclusive.

P
Club
Ssn
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
1
Celtic
15
566
412
82
72
1304
453
+851
1318
2
Rangers
14
528
364
93
71
1150
418
+732
1175
3
Heart of Midlothian
15
566
229
139
198
733
670
+63
826
4
Motherwell
15
566
195
132
239
708
839
−131
717
5
Kilmarnock
15
566
189
145
232
685
811
−126
712
6
Aberdeen
15
566
188
143
235
651
785
−134
707
7
Hibernian
14
530
183
134
213
712
761
−49
683
8
Dundee United
15
566
173
162
231
674
845
−171
681
9
Inverness CT
8
304
97
83
124
380
417
−37
374
10
St. Johnstone
8
300
90
87
123
307
398
−91
357
11
Dunfermline Athletic
9
340
83
89
168
335
565
−230
338
12
Dundee
8
300
87
70
143
336
478
−142
331
13
St. Mirren
8
304
68
91
145
277
446
−169
295
14
Falkirk
5
190
51
48
91
197
277
−80
201
15
Livingston
5
190
48
45
97
205
306
−101
189
16
Hamilton Academical
3
114
30
26
58
93
158
−65
116
17
Partick Thistle
2
76
14
19
43
76
125
−49
61
18
Ross County
1
38
13
14
11
47
48
−1
53
19
Gretna
1
38
5
8
25
32
83
−51
13
P = Position; Ssn = Number of seasons; Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points; Ppg = Points per game

Record transfer fees paid

# Player From Fee Date
1 England Chris Sutton England Chelsea £6,000,000 11 July 2000
2 Wales John Hartson England Coventry City £6,000,000 2 August 2001
3 Northern Ireland Neil Lennon England Leicester City £5,750,000 8 December 2000
4 Israel Eyal Berkovic England West Ham £5,750,000 8 July 1999
5 Brazil Rafael Scheidt Brazil Grêmio £4,800,000 1 January 2000
6 Scotland Scott Brown Scotland Hibernian £4,400,000 1 June 2007
7 Belgium Joos Valgaeren Netherlands Roda JC £3,800,000 28 July 2000
8 France Marc-Antoine Fortune England West Bromwich Albion £3,800,000 9 July 2009
9 England Alan Stubbs England Bolton Wanderers £3,500,000 1 August 1996
10 Netherlands Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink Netherlands PSV Eindhoven £3,400,000 24 August 2006

Record transfer fees received

# Player To Fee Date
1 Kenya Victor Wanyama England Southampton £12,500,000 11 July 2013
2 Netherlands Virgil van Dijk England Southampton £11,500,000 1 September 2015
3 England Fraser Forster England Southampton £10,000,000 8 August 2014
4 Republic of Ireland Aiden McGeady Russia Spartak Moscow £9,500,000 12 August 2010
5 Bulgaria Stilian Petrov England Aston Villa £6,500,000 30 August 2006
6 South Korea Ki Sung-Yueng Wales Swansea City £6,000,000 24 August 2012
7 Australia Mark Viduka England Leeds United £6,000,000 3 July 2000
8 England Gary Hooper England Norwich City £5,500,000 26 July 2013
11 Italy Paolo Di Canio England Sheffield Wednesday £4,500,000 6 August 1997
10 Netherlands Pierre Van Hooijdonk England Nottingham Forest £3,000,000 10 March 1997

Honours

European cup

Champions: 1966-67

Runners Up: 1969-70

Semi Finalists: 1971-72, 1973-74

Quarter Finalists: 1968-69, 1970-71, 1979-80

UEFA Cup

Runners Up: 2002-2003

Quarter Finalists: 2003-2004

Scottish League

Champions: 47 times

1892-93, 1893-94, 1895-96, 1897-98, 1904-05, 1905-06, 1906-07, 1907-08, 1908-09, 1909-10, 1913-14, 1914-15, 1915-16, 1916-17, 1918-19, 1921-22, 1925-26, 1935-36, 1937-38, 1953-54, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73, 1973-74, 1976-77, 1978-79, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1985-86, 1987-88, 1997-98, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2003-04, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15,2015-16

Scottish Cup

Winners: 36 times

1892, 1899, 1900, 1904, 1907, 1908, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1923, 1925, 1927, 1931, 1933, 1937, 1951, 1954, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1985, 1988, 1989, 1995, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2011, 2013

League Cup

Winners: 16 times

1956-57, 1957-58, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1974-75, 1982-83, 1997-98, 1999-00, 2000-01, 2005-06, 2008-09, 2014-15,2016-17


Manager history 
[173]
Name Period
Scotland Willie Maley 1897–1940
Scotland Jimmy McStay 1940–1945
Scotland Jimmy McGrory 1945–1965
Scotland Jock Stein 1965–1978
Scotland Billy McNeill 1978–1983
1987–1991
Scotland David Hay 1983–1987
Republic of Ireland Liam Brady 1991–1993
Scotland Lou Macari 1993–1994
 
Name Period
Scotland Tommy Burns 1994–1997
Netherlands Wim Jansen 1997–1998
Slovakia Jozef Vengloš 1998–1999
England John Barnes 1999–2000
Northern Ireland Martin O’Neill 2000–2005
Scotland Gordon Strachan 2005–2009
England Tony Mowbray 2009–2010
Northern Ireland Neil Lennon 2010–2014
Norway Ronny Deila 2014–present

HEAD TO HEAD CELTIC V RANGERS CELTIC V SEVCO 1999-2016
2014/2015 Sun 01 Feb Celtic 2 – 0 Rangers Scottish League Cup

2011/2012 Sun 29 Apr Celtic 3 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership

Sun 25 Mar Rangers 3 – 2 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Wed 28 Dec Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 18 Sep Rangers 4 – 2 Celtic Scottish Premiership

2010/2011 Sun 24 Apr Rangers 0 – 0 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 20 Mar Celtic 1 – 2 Rangers Scottish League Cup
extra time, 90 minutes 1-1; played at Hampden Park
Wed 02 Mar Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers Scottish F.A. Cup
Sun 20 Feb Celtic 3 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 06 Feb Rangers 2 – 2 Celtic Scottish F.A. Cup
Sun 02 Jan Rangers 0 – 2 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 24 Oct Celtic 1 – 3 Rangers Scottish Premiership

2009/2010 Tue 04 May Celtic 2 – 1 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 28 Feb Rangers 1 – 0 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 03 Jan Celtic 1 – 1 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 04 Oct Rangers 2 – 1 Celtic Scottish Premiership

2008/2009 Sat 09 May Rangers 1 – 0 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 15 Mar Rangers 0 – 2 Celtic Scottish League Cup
after extra time; played at Hampden Park
Sun 15 Feb Celtic 0 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sat 27 Dec Rangers 0 – 1 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 31 Aug Celtic 2 – 4 Rangers Scottish Premiership

2007/2008 Sun 27 Apr Celtic 3 – 2 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Wed 16 Apr Celtic 2 – 1 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sat 29 Mar Rangers 1 – 0 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sat 20 Oct Rangers 3 – 0 Celtic Scottish Premiership

2006/2007 Sat 05 May Rangers 2 – 0 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 11 Mar Celtic 0 – 1 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 17 Dec Rangers 1 – 1 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sat 23 Sep Celtic 2 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership

2005/2006 Sun 23 Apr Celtic 0 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 12 Feb Rangers 0 – 1 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sat 19 Nov Celtic 3 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Wed 09 Nov Celtic 2 – 0 Rangers Scottish League Cup
Sat 20 Aug Rangers 3 – 1 Celtic Scottish Premiership

2004/2005 Sun 24 Apr Rangers 1 – 2 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 20 Feb Celtic 0 – 2 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 09 Jan Celtic 2 – 1 Rangers Scottish F.A. Cup
Sat 20 Nov Rangers 2 – 0 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Wed 10 Nov Rangers 2 – 1 Celtic Scottish League Cup
after extra time, 90 minutes 1-1
Sun 29 Aug Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership

2003/2004 Sat 08 May Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 28 Mar Rangers 1 – 2 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 07 Mar Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers Scottish F.A. Cup
Sat 03 Jan Celtic 3 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sat 04 Oct Rangers 0 – 1 Celtic Scottish Premiership

2002/2003 Sun 27 Apr Rangers 1 – 2 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 16 Mar Celtic 1 – 2 Rangers Scottish League Cup
played at Hampden Park
Sat 08 Mar Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sat 07 Dec Rangers 3 – 2 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 06 Oct Celtic 3 – 3 Rangers Scottish Premiership

2001/2002 Sat 04 May Celtic 2 – 3 Rangers Scottish F.A. Cup
played at Hampden Park
Sun 21 Apr Celtic 1 – 1 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 10 Mar Rangers 1 – 1 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Tue 05 Feb Rangers 2 – 1 Celtic Scottish League Cup
extra time, 90 minutes 1-1; played at Hampden Park
Sun 25 Nov Celtic 2 – 1 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Sun 30 Sep Rangers 0 – 2 Celtic Scottish Premiership

2000/2001 Sun 29 Apr Rangers 0 – 3 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 11 Feb Celtic 1 – 0 Rangers Scottish Premiership
Wed 07 Feb Celtic 3 – 1 Rangers Scottish League Cup
played at Hampden Park
Sun 26 Nov Rangers 5 – 1 Celtic Scottish Premiership
Sun 27 Aug Celtic 6 – 2 Rangers Scottish Premiership

1999/2000 Sun 26 Mar Rangers 4 – 0 Celtic Scottish Premiership


CELTIC WINS         RANGERS WINS         DRAWS
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