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The Scottish Premiership, or as it's currently known for sponsorship reasons, the Cinch Premiership, is the top tier of the Scottish Professional Football League pyramid, and it's been running since 1890, albeit in various different guises over that period.
Though it would be fair to say that two teams have more than dominated the league over the past century of more, those teams, of course, being Celtic and Rangers, the first completed campaign, which took place in 1890-91, actually saw Dumbarton crowned co-champions, after they finished the season with the same number of points as Rangers.
In the early years of the event, which became known as Scottish Football League Division One up until 1946, an array of teams proved successful, including Edinburgh giants Hearts and Hibernian, and Third Lanark, though clearly Celtic and Rangers pretty much ruled the roost in Scotland.
As far as key matches that take place in a Scottish Premiership season, they obviously come no bigger than the Old Firm derby. The clash between Glasgow Rangers and Celtic FC is not for the squeamish. It's an encounter that is rightly considered one of the biggest and brashest local clashes in world football.
What makes the game all the more important, apart from how it impacts fans and their bragging rights, is the fact that in a season that will invariably see the two teams fighting it out for the title, games between the pair will always prove pivotal.
The history of animosity between the two has its religious connotations, and the atmosphere at these games, be they are Ibrox or Parkhead, is unlike anything else you'll experience in world football, and that's why Scottish Premier League tickets for this particular fixture have far more demand than any other.
As the two biggest clubs in Scotland and effectively the only teams who regularly fight it out to succeed in the top division, it's easy to see why fans travel far and wide for the chance to see the game first hand, live and in person.
Among the brief periods where neither Celtic nor Rangers have emerged victorious, a special mention should be made to the Aberdeen side of the last 70s and early 80s, managed, of course, by the great Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Dons won the title three times between 1979-80 and 1984-85, as well as securing European honours, and this period is always looked upon with fondness, not least because of the sheer shock value these successes engendered.
Indeed the last time a team outside the two Glasgow giants won the league came in 1985, and it was 25 years earlier when Heart of Midlothian won the last of their four championships, with Hibernian's successes coming to an end in the early 1950s.
In 1998-99 the league was the subject of another shake-up, and for 15 seasons, the Scottish Premier League was formed before this guise, too, was superseded with the current Scottish Premiership set-up.
It would be wrong to characterize the Scottish Premiership as just about Celtic and Rangers; there is a great deal of interest in all the teams taking part in the top division; here's a closer look at all 12 teams competing in 2023/24, including stadium info and capacity details.
Aberdeen Pittordrie Stadium: 20,866
Celtic Celtic Park: 60,411
Dundee Dens Park: 11,775
Hearts Tynecastle: 19,852
Hibernian Easter Road: 20,421
Kilmarnock Rugby Park: 15,003
Livingston Almondvale Stadium: 9713
Motherwell Fir Park: 13,677
Rangers Ibrox Stadium: 50,987
Ross County Victoria Park: 6541
St Johnstone McDiarmid Park: 10,696
St Mirren St Mirren Park: 7937
While interest in the big two remains high, every season sees its fair share of excitement as the 'also-rans' mount challenges and also fight out for key Europe spots that will secure their slots in either the UEFA Europa League or the UEFA Conference League.
The upcoming 2023/24 season starts on the 5th of August, and the final week of the season takes place the following May.
Unlike the English Premier League, and indeed most leagues in Europe, the Scottish league system is a two-tiered approach.
The 12 teams play each other three times in the first portion of the league system. The league is then split into a two-tier league. Then each team plays the other five in their league once. This means that each team will complete the season, having played 38 games in total.
It's very straightforward to get to pretty much any match that takes place in the Scottish top tier. This is particularly the case for those teams in the Glasgow area (Celtic, Rangers, St Mirren, Kilmarnock and Motherwell) and those near Edinburgh (Hibernian, Hearts and Livingston).
While Aberdeen, Dundee United, St Johnstone, and Ross County are a little further afield, they are nonetheless easily accessible due to strong transport links.
The cost of Scottish Premiership tickets varies according to the games in question. As an example, the price of Old Firm games will be far higher than for matches involving the likes of St Mirren or Livingston.
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At SeatPick, you'll gain access to a vast range of Scottish Premiership tickets, and you can then easily browse through and compare prices before getting the best seats.
Our platform works with a host of trusted resellers, offering fans a wide range of tickets for all matches across the season, from Old Firm derbies to those with reduced demand, but no less important for true football supporters.
Here at SeatPick we have a huge amount of ticket data that we can crunch. Ostensibly to help you get the best prices and deals on tickets. Whether it is for the biggest or smallest Scottish Premiership games, we can provide you with all the insights. The table below showcases each Scottish Premiership team’s average home and away ticket price. As well as their most expensive and cheapest fixtures, both home and away.
|Team||Remaining Fixtures||Average Price for Home Fixture||Average Price for Away Fixture||Most Expensive Home Fixture||Cheapest Home Fixture||Most Expensive Away Fixture||Cheapest Away Fixture||Total # of Tickets|
|Celtic FC||5||-||$124||-||-||vs Hibernian FC ($124)||-||-|
|Rangers FC||2||-||$124||vs Livingston FC ($134)||vs Livingston FC ($134)||vs Hibernian FC ($124)||vs Hibernian FC ($124)||-|
Rangers FC vs Kilmarnock FC
Rangers FC vs Heart of Midlothian
Rangers FC vs Ross County
Rangers FC vs Hibernian FC
Rangers FC vs Motherwell FC
Rangers FC vs Celtic FC
Rangers FC vs Aberdeen FC
Rangers FC vs Dundee FC
Rangers FC vs St Johnstone FC
Celtic FC vs Motherwell FC
Celtic FC vs Kilmarnock FC
Celtic FC vs St Johnstone FC
Celtic FC vs Saint Mirren FC
Celtic FC vs Heart of Midlothian
Rangers FC vs Saint Mirren FC
Celtic FC vs Dundee United
Celtic FC vs Rangers FC
Rangers FC vs Livingston FC
Celtic FC vs Livingston FC
Celtic FC vs Aberdeen FC
Celtic FC vs Dundee FC