The Scottish Conference briefly had two divisions in 2002 before reverting to one division. The league became administratively associated with the Rugby League Conference in 2006 and became a full division of the Conference a year later.
Jordanhill Phoenix and Kirkcaldy failed to start the 2010 season and Forth & Clyde Nomads were brought in as replacements.
The league split into a premier division and division 1 in 2011, which changed to a North and Central division in 2012. The league reverted to being a standalone league in 2012 when the Rugby League Conference was abolished.
Scottish Conference League North; Scottish Conference League Central
The Scotland Conference League is the highest level of amateur rugby league in Scotland. Above the Scotland Division is the National Conference League which sides from around the UK are able to join. To date, no Scottish side has played at a national level.
2010: Ayrshire Storm, Carluke Tigers, Easterhouse Panthers, Edinburgh Eagles, Falkirk RFC, Fife Lions, Forth and Clyde Nomads, Moray Eels (Jordanhill Phoenix and Kirkcaldy entered but failed to start the season)
2011: Premier Division: Ayrshire Storm, Carluke Tigers, Easterhouse Panthers, Edinburgh Eagles, Fife Lions (Moray Eels failed to start the season) Division 1: Cumbernauld, Aberdeen Warriors, Moray Titans (Falkirk failed to start the season; Ayr Knights failed to complete the season)
2012: North Division: Aberdeen Warriors A, Edinburgh Eagles A, Moray Eels, Moray Titans (Ross Sutherland failed to start the season). Central Division: Aberdeen Warriors, Ayrshire Storm, Easterhouse Panthers, Edinburgh Eagles, Fife Lions, Victoria Knights (replaced East Lothian Hawks midseason)