The Scottish Professional Football League

The Scottish Professional Football League was formed on June 27, 2013 when The Scottish Football League and The Scottish Premier League merged to create a single body to govern the 42 league clubs in Scotland.

The current SPFL Board is made up of Neil Doncaster (CEO), Ralph Topping (Chairman), Eric Riley (Celtic), Stephen Thompson (Dundee United), Duncan Fraser (Aberdeen), Eric Drysdale (Raith Rovers), Mike Mulraney (Alloa Athletic) and Ken Ferguson (Brechin City). 

Scottish Premiership

The 12 clubs play 38 matches, with a split into a top and bottom six after 33 games. At the end of the season, the bottom club is relegated while the club in 11th place face the Championship play-off winners over two legs.

Scottish Championship

The 10 clubs play 36 matches. The champions are promoted to the Premiership and clubs in 2nd, 3rd and 4th enter two-legged play-offs. The winner of 4th v 3rd plays 2nd, with the winner of that tie up against the club finishing 11th in the Premiership. The bottom club is automatically relegated and the 9th-placed club goes into a play-off with the 2nd, 3rd and 4th placed clubs from the League One.

Scottish League One

The 10 clubs play 36 matches and the champions are promoted to the Championship. Clubs in 2nd, 3rd and 4th enter the play-offs, along with the club finishing ninth in the Championship.

Scottish League Two

The 10 clubs play 36 matches and the champions are promoted to League One. Clubs in 2nd, 3rd and 4th enter the play-offs, along with the club finishing ninth in League One.

 
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