League Champions: 

Division II 1903/04
First Division 1985/86, 1987/88, 2007/08
Third Division 2000/01

SFL Challenge Cup: 1991/92, 1992/93 (B&Q Cup), Runners-up 2005–06
Scottish Cup: Runners-up 1910/11, 1934/35
Lanarkshire Cup: 10 Times
Andy Kirk

Alloa boss delighted with hard working Kirk

Alloa boss Barry Smith has praised striker Andy Kirk despite the Northern Ireland internationalist going more than 4 months without a goal. The 34-year-old former Hearts and Dunfermline front-man...

16th Apr 2014Championship

Baird wins it for Rovers

Raith Rovers defeated Queen of the South 3-2 in a Championship game at Stark's Park on Tuesday night. Early goals from Joe Cardle and Paul Watson had Rovers in command but a Mark Durnan double...

15th Apr 2014Championship
Thomas Grant

Grant told to use Dad as inspiration

Falkirk youngster Thomas Grant has been encouraged to look close to home for inspiration after a disappointing season due to the effects of a virus that has ruled him out for nearly 6 months. The...

15th Apr 2014Championship

Championship review

Dundee moved two points clear at the top of the Championship after beating Cowdenbeath 4-0 at Dens Park on Saturday. Craig Wighton scored an early opener and Martin Boyle bagged a double, with Jim...

12th Apr 2014Championship
Alex Neil

Neil welcomes the pressure

Hamilton Player/Manager Alex Neil picked up the SPFL Championship Manager of the Month for March earlier this week and Neil reckons that if his side continue to handle title winning pressure they...

11th Apr 2014Championship

Creaney bouncing back after heart operation

Being told that you have a hole in your heart and you need to take a break from football is not what Alloa defender James Creaney ever wanted to hear however he is glad that he did. The...

11th Apr 2014Championship


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Alex Neil


New Douglas Park




105m x 68m


Club website

Top Scorers

  • 15 J Keatings
  • 11 A Andreu
  • 9 Antoine-Curier
  • 7 L Longridge
  • 6 J Scotland

Championship Table

PosTeam Pld GD Pts
1 Dundee 33 25 63
2 Hamilton 33 21 61
3 Falkirk 33 23 59
4 Queen of South 33 9 48
5 Dumbarton 33 2 48
6 Livingston 33 -1 43
7 Up Raith Rovers 33 -9 42
8 Down Alloa Athletic 33 -11 40
9 Cowdenbeath 33 -27 33
10 Morton 33 -32 22

Updated 15/04/2014 at 22:06


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