Scottish Premiership Fixtures Announcement.

The Scottish Premiership is set to return on the 31st of July. The opening weekend features games between St Mirren and newly promoted Dundee, Rangers vs Livingston, Ross County vs St Johnstone and Hearts vs Celtic with the Rangers and Celtic games being broadcasted on Sky Sports. Sunday the 1st of August sees Motherwell face Hibs and Aberdeen will play Dundee United which will also … Continue reading Scottish Premiership Fixtures Announcement.

The SWPL2 Everything you need to know

The Scottish Women’s Premier League 2 is now back in action after being postponed due to the outgoing pandemic. Two promotion places are available this season for teams to progress into the SWPL1 and since there was no relegation this year anyone could win their place in the top flight of Scottish women’s football. The league is made up of 10 teams: Aberdeen, Hamilton Accies, … Continue reading The SWPL2 Everything you need to know

What It Means To Be A Football Fan During A Pandemic

As the final games are being played of the 2020/21 season the end of the season will mark a full season without fans being allowed into grounds to see their favourite teams play. Fans across the country have had their pre-match routine adapted and changed to suit the new way fans have to watch their teams play. Pay per view passes and virtual season tickets … Continue reading What It Means To Be A Football Fan During A Pandemic

The Highs And Lows Of The Scottish Cup- SPFL Recap April 16th-18th

As the quarter finals of the Scottish Cup are looming here are the scores and updates you may have missed. Aberdeen played their first match with new manager Stephen Glass in the dug out this weekend. They originally drew 2-2 with Livingston after 120 minutes which lead to a penalty shootout and the Dons progressing to the quarter finals. Aberdeen will face Dundee United who … Continue reading The Highs And Lows Of The Scottish Cup- SPFL Recap April 16th-18th

Scott Brown Leaves Celtic, Motherwell Tackle Racism And Scotland Has World Cup Success-SPFL Weekly Recap 20th March-27th March

Aberdeen has dominated the headlines this week following the singing of their new manager Stephen Glass and of their new player and coach Scott Brown. Dundee United, Motherwell, Celtic and Rangers has stopped taking the knee following the racist abuse Glen Kamara suffered last Thursday. Ross County manager John Hughes has also contemplated stopping taking the knee. Hibs revealed this week that their bank balance … Continue reading Scott Brown Leaves Celtic, Motherwell Tackle Racism And Scotland Has World Cup Success-SPFL Weekly Recap 20th March-27th March

Scott Brown To Become Aberdeen’s Newest Player And Coach But Has He Got What It Takes?

The Celtic captain is set to join Aberdeen next season for two years to act as both a player and a coach. Brown is currently 35 and is one of the most decorated players in Scottish history. Scott Brown has played in more than 600 games and has been with Celtic for 14 years, he seen the club win 10 league titles overall and helped … Continue reading Scott Brown To Become Aberdeen’s Newest Player And Coach But Has He Got What It Takes?