League Champions:

First Division 2000/01
Second Division 1986/87, 1998/99, 2010/11
Third Division 1995/96, 2009/10

League Cup: 2003/04

 

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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
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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
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Championship round-up

The leading trio in the Championship are now separated by just two points with two games remaining. Dundee were knocked off top spot after losing 1-0 at bottom club Morton, with Dougie Imrie...

19th Apr 2014Championship
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PFA Teams of the Year

Ahead of the PFA Scotland Awards Dinner on Sunday April 27, the teams of the year from each of the four divisions in the SPFL have been announced. Each team was voted for by players from that...

19th Apr 2014Championship
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Dumbarton push no surprise to Turner

Dumbarton’s Chris Turner, who has played against Partizan Belgrade, Spurs, POAK Salonika and Rubin Kazan in Europe, cannot wait to face Queen of the South tomorrow. The Sons midfielder was...

18th Apr 2014Championship

McIntyre wants improvement

Queen of the South manager Jim McIntyre wants his men to cut out the errors as to ensure they get over the Championship play-off finishing line. The Doonhamers have lost their last two games and...

18th Apr 2014Championship

Nickname

Livi Lions

Founded

1974

Manager

John McGlynn

Stadium

The Energy Assets Arena

Capacity

9,865

Pitch

102m x 66m

Website

Club website

Top Scorers

  • 18 M McNulty
  • 6 A Barrowman
  • 5 C Fordyce
  • 5 M Scott
  • 4 K Jacobs

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 Braidwood Motor Company Stadium, Alderstone Road, Livingston EH54 7DN

Contact Info:

T 01506 417000

F 01506 429948

 

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