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1971–72 in Scottish football Division One champions Celtic Division Two champions Dumbarton Scottish Cup winners Celtic League Cup winners Partick Thistle Junior Cup winners Cambuslang Rangers Teams in Europe Aberdeen, Celtic, Dundee, Rangers, St. Johnstone Scotland national team 1972 BHC, UEFA Euro 1972 qualifying The 1971–72 season was the 75th season of Scottish league football. Contents 1 Scottish League Division One 2 Scottish League division two 3 Other honours 3.1 Cup honours 3.2 Individual honours 4 Scotland national team 5 See also 6 Notes and references Scottish League Division One P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts 1 Celtic 34 28 4 2 96 28 68 60 2 Aberdeen 34 21 8 5 80 26 54 50 3 Rangers 34 21 2 11 71 38 33 44 4 Hibernian 34 19 6 9 62 34 28 44 5 Dundee 34 14 13 7 59 38 21 41 6 Heart of Midlothian 34 13 13 8 53 49 4 39 7 Partick Thistle 34 12 10 12 53 54 −1 34 8 St. Johnstone 34 12 8 14 52 58 −6 32 9 Dundee United 34 12 7 15 55 70 −15 31 10 Motherwell 34 11 7 16 49 69 −20 29 11 Kilmarnock 34 11 6 17 49 64 −15 28 12 Ayr United 34 9 10 15 40 58 −18 28 13 Morton 34 10 7 17 46 52 −6 27 14 Falkirk 34 10 7 17 44 60 −16 27 15 Airdrieonians 34 7 12 15 44 76 −22 26 16 East Fife 34 5 15 14 34 61 −27 25 17 Clyde 34 7 10 17 33 66 −23 24 18 Dunfermline Athletic 34 7 9 18 31 50 −19 23 Champions: Celtic Relegated: Clyde, Dunfermline Scottish League division two P Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts 1 Dumbarton 36 24 4 8 89 51 38 52 2 Arbroath 36 22 8 6 71 41 30 52 3 Stirling Albion 36 21 8 7 75 37 38 50 4 St. Mirren 36 24 2 10 84 47 37 50 5 Cowdenbeath 36 19 10 7 69 28 41 48 6 Stranraer 36 18 8 10 70 62 8 44 7 Queen of the South 36 17 9 10 56 38 18 43 8 East Stirlingshire 36 17 7 12 60 58 2 41 9 Clydebank 36 14 11 11 60 52 8 39 10 Montrose 36 15 6 15 73 54 19 36 11 Raith Rovers 36 13 8 15 56 56 0 34 12 Queen's Park 36 12 9 15 47 61 −14 33 13 Berwick Rangers 36 14 4 18 53 50 3 32 14 Stenhousemuir 36 10 8 18 41 58 −17 28 15 Brechin City 36 8 7 21 41 79 −38 23 16 Alloa Athletic 36 9 4 23 41 75 −34 22 17 Forfar Athletic 36 6 9 21 32 84 −52 21 18 Albion Rovers 36 7 6 23 36 61 −25 20 19 Hamilton Academical 36 4 8 24 31 93 −62 16 Promoted: Dumbarton, Arbroath Other honours Cup honours Competition Winner Score Runner-up Scottish Cup 1971–72 Celtic 6 – 1 Hibernian League Cup Partick Thistle 4 – 1 Celtic Junior Cup Cambuslang Rangers 3 – 2 (rep.) Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic Individual honours Award Winner Club Footballer of the Year Dave Smith Rangers Scotland national team Main article: Scotland national football team results and fixtures Date Venue Opponents Score[1] Competition Scotland scorer(s) 13 October 1971 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Portugal 2–1 ECQG5 John O'Hare, Archie Gemmill 10 November 1971 Pittodrie, Aberdeen (H)  Belgium 1–0 ECQG5 John O'Hare 1 December 1971 Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam (A)  Netherlands 1–2 ECQG5 George Graham 26 April 1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Peru 2–0 Friendly John O'Hare, Denis Law 20 May 1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Northern Ireland 2–0 BHC Denis Law, Peter Lorimer 24 May 1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  Wales 1–0 BHC Peter Lorimer 27 May 1972 Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)  England 0–1 BHC 29 June 1972 Estadio Minearo, Belo Horizonte (N)  Yugoslavia 2–2 BIC Lou Macari (2) 2 July 1972 Estadio Biera Rio, Porto Alegre (N)  Czechoslovakia 0–0 BIC 5 July 1972 Estadio do Maracana, Rio De Janeiro (A)  Brazil 0–1 BIC 1972 British Home Championship - Joint winners with  England Key: (H) = Home match (A) = Away match ECQG5 = European Championship qualifying - Group 5 BHC = British Home Championship BIC = Brazilian Independence Cup See also Rangers F.C. season 1971–72 Notes and references ^ Scotland's score is shown first.  Seasons in Scottish football 1966–67 | 1967–68 | 1968–69 | 1969–70 | 1970–71 | 1971–72 | 1972–73 | 1973–74 | 1974–75 | 1975–76 | 1976–77 v · d · eFootball in Scotland Overview National association · League system · Clubs · Venues · History · Timeline · Seasons · Champions · First Division winners · Second Division winners · Junior football · Amateur football · Managers · Referees · Media · Hall of Fame International Scotland · B team · Under-21 · Under-20 · Under-19 · Under-17 · Under-16 · Women League competitions Premier League · First Division · Second Division · Third Division · Highland League · East League · South League · SJFA West · SJFA East · SJFA North · Scottish Premier under-19 League Cup competitions Scottish Cup · League Cup · Challenge Cup · Junior Cup · Youth Cup · Amateur Cup