2013–14 Scottish Championship
|Goals scored||476 (2.8 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Rory Loy (20 goals)|
|Biggest home win||Hamilton Academical 10-2 Greenock Morton
(3 May 2014)
|Biggest away win||Greenock Morton 1–5 Livingston
(23 November 2013)
Alloa Athletic 1–5 Dumbarton
(18 January 2014)
|Highest scoring||Hamilton Academical 10-2 Greenock Morton
(3 May 2014)
Dundee 2-1 Dumbarton
(3 May 2014)
Cowdenbeath 3-0 Greenock Morton
(25 March 2014)
The 2013–14 Scottish Championship was the 19th season in the current format of 10 teams in the second-tier of Scottish football. This was the first season of the competition being part of the newly formed Scottish Professional Football League after the merger of the Scottish Premier League and the Scottish Football League.
Dundee won the title.
Stadia and locations
|Alloa Athletic||Alloa||Recreation Park||3,100|
|Dumbarton||Dumbarton||Dumbarton Football Stadium||2,020|
|Greenock Morton||Greenock||Cappielow Park||11,589|
|Hamilton Academical||Hamilton||New Douglas Park||6,078|
|Queen of the South||Dumfries||Palmerston Park||7,620|
|Raith Rovers||Kirkcaldy||Stark's Park||8,473|
Personnel and kits
|Team||Manager||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|Alloa Athletic||Barry Smith||Pendle||Marshall Construction|
|Cowdenbeath||Jimmy Nicholl||Uhlsport||Subsea Pressure Controls|
|Dumbarton||Ian Murray||1872 (Club own brand)||Bet Butler|
|Dundee||Paul Hartley||Puma||Kilmac Energy|
|Falkirk||Gary Holt||Puma||Central Demolition|
|Greenock Morton||Kenny Shiels||Puma||Millions Chews|
|Hamilton Academical||Alex Neil||Nike||M&H Logistics (H), Life Skills Centres (A)|
|Livingston||John McGlynn||Adidas||Energy Assets Group|
|Queen of the South||Jim McIntyre||Joma||Southwest Mechanical Services|
|Raith Rovers||Grant Murray||Puma||O'Connell's Bar & Diner (H), Livesport.co.uk (A)|
It was a close race for the championship, which offered automatic promotion to the 2014–15 Scottish Premiership. Dundee went into the final day in first place, but Hamilton Academical and Falkirk also had a chance of winning the championship.
||Promotion or relegation
|1||Dundee (C) (P)||36||21||6||9||54||26||+28||69||Promotion to the 2014–15 Scottish Premiership|
|2||Hamilton Academical (P)||36||19||10||7||68||41||+27||67||Qualification to Premiership play-offs Semi-final|
|3||Falkirk||36||19||9||8||59||33||+26||66||Qualification to Premiership play-offs Quarter-final|
|4||Queen of the South||36||16||7||13||53||39||+14||55|
|9||Cowdenbeath (O)||36||11||7||18||50||72||−22||40||Scottish Championship play-offs|
|10||Greenock Morton (R)||36||6||8||22||32||71||−39||26||Relegation to 2014–15 Scottish League One|
Updated to games played on 18 May 2014.
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (RQ) = Qualified to the relegation tournament indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.
Teams play each other four times in this league. In the first half of the season each team plays every other team twice (home and away) and then do the same in the second half of the season, for a total of 36 games.
Cowdenbeath won 5–2 on aggregate.
Dunfermline Athletic won 4–2 on aggregate.
Cowdenbeath won 4–1 on aggregate.