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SPFL press release: IRN-BRU Cup

Albion Rovers fielded an ineligible player, Liam McGuigan, during their IRN-BRU Cup First Round fixture at home to Spartans, played last night.

New attendance record for weeks 1&2

Almost a quarter of a million football fans have flocked to 42 games throughout the SPFL during the first two weekends of the new league season. 

BBC ALBA launch new season coverage

Hibernian star Vykintas Slivka launched BBC ALBA’s new-look coverage of SPFL football on Wednesday in the heart of Scotland’s bustling capital city.

SPFL become first league to join Dugout

The Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) has become the first national football league to join the Dugout platform, alongside 58 of the world’s biggest clubs and over 100 of the best-known football players.

SPFL Press Release

The SPFL Board today announced, following legal advice from eminent Senior Counsel, Gerry Moynihan Q.C., that there will be no further disciplinary proceedings taken by the SPFL connected with the use by Rangers of EBTs and other tax schemes.

SPFL Unacceptable Conduct update

In January of this year the SPFL published updated and newly approved League-wide guidance on “Unacceptable Conduct”, applicable to all 42 member clubs

SPFL appoints new Chairman

One of the UK’s most senior media figures, Murdoch MacLennan, has been appointed as the new independent non-executive chairman of the Scottish Professional Football League. 

SPFL statement

An SPFL spokesman said: "The Board of the SPFL notes today's judgement of the Supreme Court. We will now take time to examine the ‎judgement in detail and to consider any implications for the SPFL." 

New and improved BBC ALBA deal

Scottish football fans from across the country will be able to enjoy live and ‘as live’ SPFL action on BBC ALBA for the next three seasons after a new agreement was announced today.

SPFL attendances soar in 2016/17

The total number of fans attending SPFL league matches including play-offs during season 2016/17 increased by more than 12% year-on-year to 4,267,467 in total.