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
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Weekend in numbers

@splstats looks at some of the numbers behind the weekend games: 1 Inverness Caledonian Thistle's 3-2 victory...

20th Apr 2015Championship
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SPFL Spotlight: Haris Vuckic

Slovenia internationalist Haris Vuckic has been a stand-out for Rangers in the opening months of his loan spell from Newcastle United.

20th Apr 2015Championship
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Callachan signs new Raith deal

Raith Rovers have been boosted by the news that midfielder Ross Callachan has signed a new contract that will keep him at Stark's Park until 2017.

20th Apr 2015Championship
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Wilson to leave Hearts

Hearts have announced that captain Danny Wilson is to move on at the end of the season, after helping the club back into the top flight.

20th Apr 2015Championship
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Sibbald heads Falkirk into final

Craig Sibbald grabbed the winner with 15 minutes left as Falkirk beat Hibernian 1-0 at Hampden to reach the Scottish...

18th Apr 2015Championship
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Hardie double boosts Rangers

Rangers moved four points clear in second place in the Championship after winning 3-1 away to Dumbarton on Saturday.

18th Apr 2015Championship
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Championship previews

There are three games in the Championship this weekend, with Falkirk and Hibernian on Scottish Cup semi-final duty.

17th Apr 2015Championship
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Accies close in on top spot

Hamilton Accies cut the gap at the top of the Development League table to nine points with a 2-1 win over leaders Aberdeen at Balmoor on Tuesday.

17th Apr 2015Championship

Nickname

The Sons

Founded

1872

Manager

Ian Murray

Stadium

The Dumbarton Football Stadium

Capacity

2,020

Pitch

104m x 69m

Website

Club website

Top Scorers

  • 6 G Fleming
  • 5 C Kane
  • 4 S Agnew
  • 4 M Megginson
  • 3 A Campbell

Championship Table

PosTeam Pld GD Pts
1 Hearts 34 69 87
2 Rangers 34 30 65
3 Hibernian 33 30 61
4 Queen of South 34 17 57
5 Falkirk 34 3 52
6 Raith Rovers 34 -19 42
7 Dumbarton 34 -42 33
8 Cowdenbeath 34 -51 25
9 Alloa Athletic 34 -22 24
10 Livingston 33 -15 21

Updated 20/04/2015 at 13:11

Address:

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