1999 Premier League speedway season

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1999 Premier League speedway season
League Premier League
Season 1999
Champions Sheffield Tigers

The Premier League is the second division of speedway in the United Kingdom and governed by the Speedway Control Board (SCB), in conjunction with the British Speedway Promoters' Association (BSPA).

Season summary[edit]

The League consisted of 13 teams for the 1999 season with the addition of the Swindon Robins who dropped down from the Elite League and a new team, the Workington Comets who replaced the Hull Vikings and the Peterborough Panthers who moved up to the Elite League. The League was run on a standard format with no play-offs.

Final table[edit]

M W D L F A Pts Bon Tot
Sheffield Tigers 24 18 2 4 1229 930 38 12 50
Newport Wasps 24 16 1 7 1152 1023 33 9 42
Edinburgh Monarchs 24 14 0 10 1151 1024 28 9 37
Swindon Robins 24 11 1 12 1110 1061 23 9 32
Newcastle Diamonds 24 11 1 12 1103 1066 23 8 31
Exeter Falcons 24 13 0 11 1071 1087 26 5 31
Berwick Bandits 24 13 1 10 1024 1140 27 4 31
Isle of Wight Islanders 24 11 1 12 1085 1078 23 7 30
Arena Essex Hammers 24 12 1 11 1081 1081 25 5 30
Stoke Potters 24 10 0 14 1026 1138 20 4 24
Workington Comets 24 8 1 15 1039 1132 17 3 20
Glasgow Tigers 24 9 0 15 999 1160 18 1 19
Reading Racers 24 5 1 18 1004 1154 11 2 13

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