List of winners of the Scottish Second Division and predecessors: Wikis

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A Third tier of Scottish league football was first established in the 1923–24 season, as Division Three, it only lasted for two full seasons due to financial dificulties. There was again a third tier league in 1946–47 with the C Division, which also included reserve teams of the clubs from the divisions above, Division C operated as a national competition for the first three seasons thereafter it was split into two regional sections until season 1954–55 when the third tier was once again removed.

since the 1975–76 season there has been a third tier known as the Second Division when the top division (Division One) became the Premier Division, although it status within the Scottish football league system league system did change in season 1998–99 when clubs from the top tier (Premier Division) broke away from the Scottish Football League to form the Scottish Premier League. The Division is still the Third tier of the Scottish league system but is now the second level of the Scottish Football League rather than the third.

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Scottish League Division Three (1923–1926)

Season Winner Runner-up
1923–24 Arthurlie East Stirlingshire
1924–25 Nithsdale Wanderers Queen of the South
1925–26 Not completed[A]
1926–1946 No Second Division
A  Helensburgh had most points, whereas Leith Athletic had a better points to match ratio.[1]

Scottish League C Division (1946–1955)

Season Section Winner Runner-up
1946–47 Stirling Albion Dundee 'A'
1947–48 East Stirlingshire East Fife 'A'
1948–49 Forfar Athletic Leith Athletic
1949–50 South-East Hibernian 'A' Heart of Midlothian 'A'
South-West Clyde 'A' Rangers 'A'
1950–51 North-East Heart of Midlothian 'A' Aberdeen 'A'
South-West Clyde 'A' Ayr United 'A'
1951–52 North-East Dundee 'A' Heart of Midlothian 'A'
South-West Rangers 'A' Morton 'A'
1952–53 North-East Aberdeen 'A' Hibernian 'A'
South-West Rangers 'A' Partick Thistle 'A'
1953–54 North-East Brechin City Aberdeen 'A'
South-West Rangers 'A' Partick Thistle 'A'
1954–55 North-East Aberdeen 'A' Hibernian 'A'
South-West Partick Thistle 'A' Rangers 'A'
1955–1975 No Second Division

Scottish League Third Division (1975–present)

Season Winner Runner-up
1975–76 Clydebank Raith Rovers
1976–77 Stirling Albion Alloa Athletic
1977–78 Clyde Raith Rovers
1978–79 Berwick Rangers Dunfermline Athletic
1979–80 Falkirk East Stirlingshire
1980–81 Queen's Park Queen of the South
1981–82 Clyde Alloa Athletic
1982–83 Brechin City Meadowbank Thistle
1983–84 Forfar Athletic East Fife
1984–85 Montrose Alloa Athletic
1985–86 Dunfermline Athletic Queen of the South
1986–87 Meadowbank Thistle Raith Rovers
1987–88 Ayr United St. Johnstone
1988–89 Albion Rovers Alloa Athletic
1989–90 Brechin City Kilmarnock
1990–91 Stirling Albion Montrose
1991–92 Dumbarton Cowdenbeath
1992–93 Clyde Brechin City
1993–94 Stranraer Berwick Rangers
1994–95 Morton Dumbarton
1995–96 Stirling Albion East Fife
1996–97 Ayr United Hamilton Academical
1997–98 Stranraer Clydebank
1998–99 Livingston Inverness Caledonian Thistle
1999–00 Clyde Alloa Athletic
2000–01 Partick Thistle Arbroath
2001–02 Queen of the South Alloa Athletic
2002–03 Raith Rovers Brechin City
2003–04 Airdrie United Hamilton Academical
2004–05 Brechin City Stranraer
2005–06 Gretna Greenock Morton
2006–07 Greenock Morton Stirling Albion
2007–08 Ross County Airdrie United
2008–09 Raith Rovers Ayr United

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