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Scottish Division Three Football Club Hotel and Travel Guide

Football Travel Guide Scottish Division Three

The lowest tier of the Scottish Football League is Scottish Divison Three.

The Football Travel Guide is here to help you make the most of your football day from important club contact numbers and web addresses to great quality and competitively priced hotel accommodation close to the ground.

Alloa Annan Athletic Berwick Rangers
Clyde East Stirlingshire Elgin City
Montrose Peterhead Queens Park


Scottish Division Three - what's at stake?

The Third Division consists of ten teams with the champion being automatically promoted to the Second Division at the end of each season. The clubs that finish 2nd, 3rd and 4th enter a play-off with the 9th placed team of the Second Division.

There is no relegation from the Third Division.

The teams play each other four times with three points for a victory, one point for a draw and zero points for a loss.


What happened in the SPL 2010/11

The Division Three Champions were Arbroath with Albion Rovers being the runners up.

What happened in the SPL 2009/10

Livingston took the Division Three title and were promoted to Division Two, Forfar Athletic were the runners up.





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