List of winners of the Scottish Championship and predecessors
A national second tier of Scottish league football was established in season 1893–94, as Division Two. Until the 1921–22 season, promotion was not automatic but decided by Scottish Football League clubs on a ballot basis, thus some champion teams were able to retain the title. In the 1946–47 season it became known as the B Division before being changed back to Division Two for season 1955–56.
The second tier became known as the First Division in season 1975–76, when the top division (Division One) became the Premier Division, although its status within the Scottish football league system league system changed in 1998–99 when clubs from the top tier (Premier Division) broke away to form the Scottish Premier League. The First Division was still the second tier in the Scottish league system, but was the top level of the Scottish Football League rather than the second. The Scottish Premier League and Scottish Football League merged in 2013 to form the Scottish Professional Football League, with the second tier becoming known as the Scottish Championship.
Scottish Football League Division Two (1893–1946)
- A Before 1915 clubs finishing on equal points would play-off for the title. In 1909–10 Leith Athletic and Raith Rovers both finished with 33 points but decided not to play-off for the title and were therefore declared joint Champions.
Scottish Football League Division B (1946–1955)
|1946–47||Dundee||Airdrieonians||East Fife||Bobby Flavell (Airdrieonians)||38|
|1947–48||East Fife||Albion Rovers||Hamilton Academical||Henry Morris (East Fife)||39|
|1948–49||Raith Rovers (4)||Stirling Albion||Airdrieonians||Willie Penman (Raith Rovers)||35|
|1949–50||Morton||Airdrieonians||Dunfermline Athletic||Neil Mochan (Morton)||24|
|1950–51||Queen of the South||Stirling Albion||Ayr United||Peter McKay (Dundee United)||31|
|1951–52||Clyde (2)||Falkirk||Ayr United||Billy McPhail (Clyde)||36|
|1952–53||Stirling Albion||Hamilton Academical||Queen's Park||James Cunningham (Alloa Athletic)||26|
|1953–54||Motherwell||Kilmarnock||Third Lanark||James Inglis (Cowdenbeath)
Ian Roger (St Johnstone)
|1954–55||Airdrieonians (2)||Dunfermline Athletic||Hamilton Academical||Hugh Baird (Airdrieonians)||34|
Scottish Football League Division Two (1955–1975)
Scottish Football League First Division (1975–2013)
Scottish Championship (2013–)
|2013–14||Dundee (5)||Hamilton Academical||Falkirk||Rory Loy (Falkirk)||20|
|2014–15||Heart of Midlothian (2)||Hibernian||Rangers||Jason Cummings (Hibernian)||18|
|2015–16||Rangers||Falkirk||Hibernian||Martyn Waghorn (Rangers)||20|
|2016–17||Hibernian (6)||Falkirk||Dundee United||Jason Cummings (Hibernian)
Stephen Dobbie (Queen of the South)
Total titles won
- As of 18:43, 6 May 2017 (UTC)
|Heart of Midlothian||2||2||1|
|Inverness Caledonian Thistle||2||—||—|
|Queen of the South||1||3||4|
|Port Glasgow Athletic||1||1||3|
|Vale of Leven||—||2||—|
- "Scottish Football League Division Two Champions 1894–1922". RSSSF. Retrieved 12 April 2009.
- "Scottish Football League & Scottish Premier League Top goalscorers per division". Scottish Football History. Archived from the original on 23 September 2009. Retrieved 27 July 2009.