1964–65 Scottish Football League

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Statistics of the Scottish Football League in season 1964–65.

Scottish League Division One[edit]

P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Kilmarnock 34 22 6 6 62 33 29 50
2 Hearts 34 22 6 6 90 49 41 50
3 Dunfermline Athletic 34 22 5 7 83 36 47 49
4 Hibernian 34 21 4 9 75 47 28 46
5 Rangers 34 18 8 8 78 35 43 44
6 Dundee 34 15 10 9 86 63 23 40
7 Clyde 34 17 6 11 64 58 6 40
8 Celtic 34 16 5 13 76 57 19 37
9 Dundee United 34 15 6 13 59 51 8 36
10 Morton 34 13 7 14 54 54 0 33
11 Partick Thistle 34 11 10 13 57 58 -1 32
12 Aberdeen 34 12 8 14 59 75 -16 32
13 St. Johnstone 34 9 11 14 57 62 -5 29
14 Motherwell 34 11 8 16 45 54 -9 28
15 St. Mirren 34 9 6 19 38 70 -32 24
16 Falkirk 34 7 7 20 43 85 -42 21
17 Airdrieonians 34 5 4 25 48 110 -62 14
18 Third Lanark 34 3 1 30 22 99 -77 7
Division Champions
Relegated

Scottish League Division Two[edit]

P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Stirling Albion 36 26 7 3 84 31 53 59
2 Hamilton Academical 36 21 8 7 86 53 33 50
3 Queen of the South 36 16 13 7 84 50 34 45
4 Queen's Park 36 17 9 10 57 41 16 43
5 E. S. Clydebank[1] 36 15 10 11 64 50 14 40
6 Stranraer 36 17 6 13 74 64 10 40
7 Arbroath 36 13 13 10 56 51 5 39
8 Berwick Rangers 36 15 9 12 73 70 3 39
9 East Fife 36 15 7 14 78 77 1 37
10 Alloa Athletic 36 14 8 14 71 81 -10 36
11 Albion Rovers 36 14 5 17 56 60 -4 33
12 Cowdenbeath 36 11 10 15 55 62 -7 32
13 Raith Rovers 36 9 14 13 54 61 -7 32
14 Dumbarton 36 13 6 17 55 67 -12 32
15 Stenhousemuir 36 11 8 17 49 74 -25 30
16 Montrose 36 10 9 17 80 91 -11 29
17 Forfar Athletic 36 9 7 20 63 89 -26 25
18 Ayr United 36 9 6 21 49 67 -18 24
19 Brechin City 36 6 7 23 53 102 -49 19
  1. ^ East Stirlingshire merged the club with Clydebank Juniors to create East Stirlingshire Clydebank (or E.S. Clydebank for short) for the 1964-65 season, a new club playing at Kilbowie Park in Clydebank. Following the 1964-65 season, East Stirlingshire and Clydebank were de–merged from E.S. Clydebank after a successful court case brought by shareholders. The Shire returned to their Firs Park home. Clydebank were reconstituted as a senior club and later secured a place in Division Two in 1966–67.
Division Champions/promoted
Promoted
New club in the league

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