Scottish Premiership plans 14-team league next season | Soccer


The prospect of a 14-team top team expansion to Scotland next season is now a reality after the Scottish Professional Football League’s plan to abandon the 2019-20 campaign has been in flux.

SPFL asked the clubs to vote on a resolution that would immediately declare the league, league one and league two classification as final on an average basis of points per game. The same is true for the 12-team Premiership, but only beyond April 23 after the Uefa has asked member associations not to drop out of the leagues before this point.

A number of Scottish clubs are anxious to see funding for final rankings released by the league, with the SPFL so far adamant that can only happen when the season is finally over.


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