2013–14 Scottish Premiership
The 2013–14 Scottish Premiership
was the first season of the Scottish Premiership
, the highest division of Scottish football
The season began on 2 August 2013 and concluded on 11 May 2014.
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
This season also featured the introduction of an end of season play-off between the 11th-placed team in the top flight and the teams placed 2nd–4th in the Scottish Championship
, to determine whether a second team will be relegated from the league.
Twelve teams contested the league. Partick Thistle (champions) were promoted from the 2012–13 First Division, replacing Dundee (relegated). Heart of Midlothian were deducted 15 points (one-third of the previous season's total) for entering administration during the close season.
On 26 March, Celtic clinched their third title in a row and 45th in total after a 5–1 away win against Partick Thistle. It is the earliest that the title has been won since the 1928–29 season, when Rangers won it on 16 March.
Dundee were relegated from the 2012–13 Scottish Premier League. Partick Thistle, who won the 2012–13 Scottish First Division, were promoted.
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Teams play each other twice, once at home, once away.
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