SPFL Reserve League
England (one team)
|Number of teams||27|
|2018–19 SPFL Reserve League|
The SPFL Reserve League is the reserve team league for football in Scotland. The league began in 2018, as the Development League was replaced by a reserve team format. The league includes 27 clubs, split into two divisions.
Reserve League 1
- Aberdeen (Balmoral Stadium, Cove Bay)
- Celtic (Cappielow Park, Greenock)
- Dundee (Links Park, Montrose)
- Dundee United (St Andrew's University, St Andrews)
- Dunfermline Athletic (New Central Park, Kelty)
- Falkirk (Falkirk Stadium, Grangemouth)
- Hamilton Academical (New Douglas Park, Hamilton)
- Heart of Midlothian (Oriam, Edinburgh)
- Hibernian (Oriam, Edinburgh)
- Kilmarnock (Rugby Park, Kilmarnock)
- Morton (Cappielow Park, Greenock)
- Motherwell (Forthbank Stadium, Stirling)
- Partick Thistle (Lesser Hampden, Glasgow)
- Queen of the South (Palmerston Park, Dumfries)
- Rangers (Hummel Training Centre, Milngavie)
- Ross County (Highland Football Academy, Dingwall)
- St Johnstone (McDiarmid Park, Perth)
- St Mirren (Simply Digital Arena, Paisley)
Grounds used in 2018-19 in brackets.
Reserve League 2
- Albion Rovers
- Ayr United
- Berwick Rangers
- East Kilbride
- Queen's Park
- Raith Rovers
- Stirling Albion
- Scottish Premier Reserve League (a similar competition, operated by the Scottish Premier League between 1998 and 2009)
- "Reserve Leagues for season 2018/19". SPFL. 23 July 2018. Retrieved 23 July 2018.
- "SPFL reintroduces reserve leagues after nine-year absence". BBC Sport. 23 July 2018. Retrieved 23 July 2018.
- "SPFL Reserve League fixtures" (PDF). SPFL. Retrieved 29 July 2018.
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