League Champions: 

Division I  1890/91 (shared with Rangers), 1891/92
Division II  1910/11, 1971/72
Second Division  1991/92
Third Division 2008/09

Scottish Cup: 1883
sandy jardine

Sandy Jardine

The SPFL was saddened to hear of the untimely death of Sandy Jardine after a courageous battle with cancer. Neil Doncaster, SPFL CEO, said: “Sandy’s football career was one of the most...

25th Apr 2014Championship
Hamilton Academical

Accies trio hit by bans

Title-chasing Hamilton Accies will be without three players during the run-in due to suspension. Darian MacKinnon misses both the remaining games against Dumbarton and Morton, with Stephen Hendrie...

24th Apr 2014Championship
Craig Gordon

No Gordon offer at Dumbarton

Dumbarton manager Ian Murray moved yesterday to quash rumours that former Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon was set to join the Sons in a playing and coaching role for next season. The 31-year-old...

23rd Apr 2014Championship
Conor McGrandles

Smith tips McGrandles for cap call

Falkirk’s Technical Director Alex Smith reckons that Bairns midfielder Conor McGrandles is due a call-up to either the Under-19 or Under-21 side after a series of mature displays in the Championship.

23rd Apr 2014Championship
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SPFL and Scottish FA statement

The following has today been agreed by the Boards of the Scottish FA and Scottish Professional Football League: - The resolution proposing that the Professional Game Board be able to appoint two...

22nd Apr 2014Championship

Mensing blow for Livingston

Livingston’s plans for next season have been dealt a major blow with the news that skipper Simon Mensing will be out until after Christmas with a knee injury. The 31-year-old, who started...

22nd Apr 2014Championship

Nickname

The Sons

Founded

1872

Manager

Ian Murray

Stadium

The Bet Butler Stadium

Capacity

2,020

Pitch

104m x 69m

Website

Club website

Top Scorers

  • 10 C Kane
  • 10 M Megginson
  • 7 B Prunty
  • 6 G Fleming
  • 6 C Turner

Fixtures

Championship Table

PosTeam Pld GD Pts
1 Up Hamilton 34 22 64
2 Down Dundee 34 24 63
3 Falkirk 34 24 62
4 Queen of South 34 12 51
5 Dumbarton 34 -1 48
6 Livingston 34 -5 43
7 Raith Rovers 34 -10 42
8 Alloa Athletic 34 -12 40
9 Cowdenbeath 34 -23 36
10 Morton 34 -31 25

Updated 19/04/2014 at 16:56

Address:

The Bet Butler Stadium, Castle Road, Dumbarton G82 1JJ

Contact Info:

T. 01389 762569

F. 01389 762629

 

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