League Champions: Division II 1921/22
Third Division 1997/98, 2011/12
SFL Challenge Cup: 1999/2000 (Bell's Challenge Cup)

 

andy stirling

Sons sign Stirling from Stranraer

Dumbarton have signed attacking midfielder Andy Stirling for season 2016/17 in the Ladbrokes Championship. The...

24th May 2016Championship
skelton

Skelton takes over at Palmerston

Queen of the South have named Gavin Skelton as their new manager following the departure last month of James Fowler.

23rd May 2016Championship
trophies

SPFL clubs for season 2016/17

The make-up of the SPFL for next season was confirmed on Sunday when Kilmarnock retained their Ladbrokes Premiership status.

23rd May 2016Championship
uefa cup

European entrants for 2016/17

Celtic, Aberdeen, Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian will compete in Europe next season, with the early-round draws to be made on Monday June 20.

22nd May 2016Championship
killie

Kilmarnock retain top-flight place

Kilmarnock retained their Ladbrokes Premiership status with an emphatic 4-0 win over Falkirk at Rugby Park on Sunday.

22nd May 2016Championship
hibs

Dramatic Scottish Cup win for Hibernian

Hibernian won their first Scottish Cup since 1902 with a dramatic 3-2 victory over Rangers at Hampden Park on Saturday.

21st May 2016Championship
rugby park

Rugby Park set for Sunday showdown

Kilmarnock and Falkirk will contest the second leg of the Ladbrokes Premiership play-off final at Rugby Park on Sunday.

21st May 2016Championship
locke

Locke named new Raith Rovers boss

Raith Rovers have appointed Gary Locke as their new manager following the recent departure of Ray McKinnon to Dundee United.

20th May 2016Championship

Nickname

The Wasps

Founded

1883

Manager

Jack Ross

Stadium

The Indodrill Stadium

Capacity

3,100

Pitch

102 x 69m

Website

Club website

Top Scorers

  • 5 I Flannigan
  • 3 M Duffy
  • 2 C Hamilton
  • 2 G Holmes
  • 2 I Layne
  • 2 B Marr
  • 1 R Chopra
  • 1 R Crawford
  • 1 E Ferns
  • 1 Hetherington

Championship Table

PosTeam Pld GD Pts
1 Rangers 36 54 81
2 Falkirk 36 27 70
3 Hibernian 36 25 70
4 Raith Rovers 36 6 62
5 Morton 36 -3 43
6 St Mirren 36 -9 42
7 Queen of South 36 -10 42
8 Dumbarton 36 -31 37
9 Livingston 36 -14 31
10 Alloa Athletic 36 -45 21

Updated 22/05/2016 at 12:15

Address:

The Indodrill Stadium, Clackmannan Road, Alloa FK10 1RY

Contact Info:

T. 01259 722695

F. 01259 210886

Correspondence address:
Ewen G. Cameron, 2B Church Street, Alloa, FK10 1DH