Planning a Football Trip to Scotland? Details of the 2019/20 Fixtures to help you plan a football trip to Scotland.
Scottish Premier League
There are 12 teams in this division, with each team playing 38 matches per season. Sixteen clubs have played in the Scottish Premiership since its creation in the 2013–14 season. Celtic are the current league champions, being the only league champion to date since its establishment.
Teams received three points for a win and one point for a draw. No points were awarded for a loss. Teams were ranked by total points, then goal difference, and then goals scored. At the end of each season, the club with the most points was crowned league champion. If points were equal, the goal difference and then goals scored determine the winner.
A season, which runs from August until May, is divided into two phases. During the first phase, each club plays three games against every other team, either once at home and twice away or vice versa. After this first phase of matches, by which time all clubs have played 33 games, the league splits into two halves – a ‘top six’ section and a ‘bottom six’ section. Each club proceeds to play a further five matches, one against each of the other five teams in their own section. Points achieved during the first phase of 33 matches are carried forward to the second phase, but the teams compete only within their own sections during the second phase. After the first phase is completed, clubs cannot move out of their own half in the league, even if they achieve more or fewer points than a higher or lower ranked team, respectively.
Clubs and Stadia
Twelve teams will contest the league: Aberdeen, Celtic, Hamilton Academical, Heart of Midlothian, Hibernian, Kilmarnock, Livingston, Motherwell, Rangers, Ross County, St Johnstone and St Mirren.
The Wikipedia page for the season has details of all stadiums.
A full list of fixtures is available on the SPL website.
|10/08/2019||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Rangers v Hibs|
|24-Aug||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Celtic v Hearts|
|31/08/2018||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Rangers v Celtic|
|21/09/2019||15:00||Scotland||Edinburgh||Hibs v Hearts|
|28-Sep||15:00||Scotland||Edinburgh||Hibs v Celtic|
|28-Sep||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Rangers v Aberdeen|
|05-Oct||15:00||Scotland||Aberdeen||Aberdeen v Hibs|
|19-Oct||15:00||Scotland||Edinburgh||Hearts v Rangers|
|26-Oct||15:00||Scotland||Aberdeen||Aberdeen v Celtic|
|02-Nov||15:00||Scotland||Edinburgh||Hearts v Celtic|
|30-Nov||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Rangers v Hearts|
|14-Dec||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Celtic v Hibs|
|21-Dec||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Celtic v Aberdeen|
|21-Dec||15:00||Scotland||Edinburgh||Hibs v Rangers|
|26-Dec||15:00||Scotland||Edinburgh||Hearts v Hibs|
|29-Dec||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Celtic v Rangers|
|25/01/2020||15:00||Scotland||Edinburgh||Hearts v Rangers|
|01/02/2020||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Rangers v Aberdeen|
|05/02/2020||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Rangers v Hibs|
|12/02/2020||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Celtic v Hearts|
|15/02/2020||15:00||Scotland||Aberdeen||Aberdeen v Celtic|
|04/03/2020||15:00||Scotland||Edinburgh||Hibs v Hearts|
|14/03/2020||15:00||Scotland||Glasgow||Rangers v Celtic|
|04/04/2020||15:00||Scotland||Edinburgh||Hibs v Celtic|