Scottish Championship

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Scottish Championship
Scottish Championship.svg
KintraScotland
ConfederationUEFA
Foondit2013; 6 years ago (2013)
Nummer o teams10
Level on pyramid2
Promotion taeScottish Premiership
Relegation taeScottish League One
Domestic cup(s)Scottish Cup
League cup(s)Scottish League Cup
Scottish Challenge Cup
Internaitional cup(s)Europa League (via domestic cups)
Current championsSt Mirren (1st teetle)[note 1]
(2017–18)
Maist championshipsDundee
Heart of Midlothian
Hibernian
Rangers
St Mirren
(1 teetle)[note 1]
TV partnersSky Sports
BT Sport
BBC Alba
Wabsteidspfl.co.uk
2017–18 Scottish Championship

The Scottish Championship, kent for sponsorship raisons as the Ladbrokes Championship,[1] is the seicond tier o the Scottish Professional Football League, the league competeetion for men's perfaisional fitbaw clubs in Scotland.

Teams[eedit | eedit soorce]

Team Poseetion in 2017–18 First saison in
seicont tier
First saison o current
spell in seicont tier
Last seicont tier teetle
Alloa Athletic 4t, Scottish League One (promotit) 1921–22 2018–19 1921–22
Ayr United 1st, Scottish League One (promotit) 1910–11 2018–19 1965–66
Dundee United 3rd, Scottish Championship 1923–24 2016–17 1928–29
Dunfermline Athletic 4t, Scottish Championship 1912–13 2016–17 2010–11
Falkirk 8t, Scottish Championship 1902–03 2010–11 2004–05
Greenock Morton 7t, Scottish Championship 1893–94 2015–16 1986–87
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 5t, Scottish Championship 1999–00 2017–18 2009–10
Partick Thistle 11t, Scottish Premiership (relegatit) 1893–94 2018–19 2012–13
Queen of the South 6t, Scottish Championship 1923–24 2012–13 1950–51
Ross County 12t, Scottish Premiership (relegatit) 2000–01 2018–19 2011–12

Notes[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. 1.0 1.1 The Scottish Championship haes anerly existit syne 2013. For a complete record o clubs that hae wan the Scots seicont tier, see Leet o winners o the Scottish Championship an predecessors.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "SPFL names Ladbrokes as sponsor in £4m deal". BBC News. 13 May 2015. Retrieved 13 May 2015.