Scottish Premiership ALL-TIME TABLE | Top football teams from Scotland football league

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Scotland’s top football teams with the most points scored in Scottish Premiership and Scottish Professional Football League (SPFL) history.
Celtic and Glasgow Rangers are some of the oldest football clubs in the world. The Scottish league, like the English Premier League, played its first season in the 19th century. In 1891 Glasgow Rangers and Dumbarton accumulated the same number of points in the league. An extra game to determine the winner ended in a 2-2 draw and it was decided that the champion4m of the Scottish Football League would be the two teams. The Scottish League has changed its official name many times over more than 100 years.
Scottish Football League (1890-1893)
Scottish Football League Division One (1893-1946)
Scottish Football League Division ‘A’ (1946-1955)
Scottish Football League Division One (1955-1975)
Scottish Football League Premier Division (1975-1998)
Scottish Premier League (1998-2013)
Scottish Premiership (2013-present) – known as the cinch Premiership for sponsorship reasons

In Scotland, the battle for the championship is primarily between eternal rivals from the same city – Celtic and Glasgow Rangers. In the history of the Scottish Premiership, it is Rangers who have won the league more times.

The number of league titles:
Rangers 55
Celtic 51
Aberdeen 4
Heart of Midlothian 4
Hibernian 4
Dumbarton 2
Motherwell 1
Kilmarnock 1
Dundee 1
Dundee United 1
Third Lanark 1

In the 80s their dominance was briefly interrupted by Aberdeen who had a very strong team. Since 1985 the title has only gone to Celtic or Rangers. Which Scottish football club has scored the most points in the history of the Scottish Premiership? How many points have Celtic and their biggest rival Rangers? Who is the king of Glasgow? How many points in the Premiership cinch have Aberdeen, Hearts, Hibernian, Motherwell, Dundee United and Kilmarnock scored? Which team from Scotland is the best?

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