1974–75 Scottish Division Two

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Scottish Second Division
Season 1974–75
Champions Falkirk
Promoted Falkirk
Queen of the South
Montrose
Hamilton Academical
East Fife
St. Mirren
1975–76 (1st)
1975–76 (2nd) →

The 1974–75 Scottish Second Division was won by Clydebank and Forfar Athletic finished bottom.

Due to the introduction of a new premier division in Scotland for season 1975-76 the top six teams from the Second Division were promoted to the First Division.

This season saw the Scottish Football League debut of Meadowbank Thistle.

Table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD PTS Promotion or relegation
1 Falkirk 38 26 2 10 76 29 47 54 Promotion to the 1975–76 First Division
2 Queen of the South 38 23 7 8 77 33 44 53
3 Montrose 38 23 7 8 70 37 33 53
4 Hamilton Academical 38 21 7 10 69 30 39 49
5 East Fife 38 20 7 11 57 42 15 47
6 St. Mirren 38 19 8 11 74 52 22 46
7 Clydebank 38 18 8 12 50 40 10 44
8 Stirling Albion 38 17 9 12 67 55 12 43
9 Berwick Rangers 38 17 6 15 53 49 4 40
10 East Stirlingshire 38 16 8 14 56 52 4 40
11 Stenhousemuir 38 14 11 13 52 42 10 39
12 Albion Rovers 38 16 7 15 72 64 8 39
13 Raith Rovers 38 14 9 15 48 44 4 37
14 Stranraer 38 12 11 15 47 65 -18 35
15 Alloa Athletic 38 11 11 16 49 56 -7 33
16 Queen’s Park 38 10 10 18 41 54 -13 30
17 Brechin City 38 9 7 22 44 85 -41 25
18 Meadowbank Thistle 38 9 5 24 26 87 -61 23
19 Cowdenbeath 38 5 11 22 39 76 -37 21
20 Forfar Athletic 38 1 7 30 27 102 -75 9

Champions: Falkirk

Division Champions/entered First Division with restructuring
Entered First Division with restructuring

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