1994–95 season was the 98th season of competitive football in Scotland. This season saw the introduction of a fourth tier of league football (the Scottish 3rd Division) and also three points for a win being awarded instead of just two.
Notable events Edit
Caledonian Thistle and Ross County make their debuts after being elected to the Scottish Football League, becoming the first Highland teams in the League's 104-year history.
Raith Rovers winning the first Scottish League Cup of their history with a shock win over Celtic in the final.
Celtic winning the Scottish Cup to end their six-year trophy drought.
Rangers winning the Scottish Premier Division title for the seventh year running - their 45th top division title overall.
Brian Laudrup, the Danish international forward, joining Rangers at the start of the season for £2.3million.
Duncan Ferguson ending his 18-month spell at Rangers and signing for Everton in December after two months on loan at the English club.
French international defender Basile Boli joining Rangers from Marseille in the pre-season for £2million and returning to his homeland with AS Monaco at the end of the season after picking up a league title medal. At the same time as signing Basile Boli, Rangers paid a further £2million for Hearts defender
Alan McLaren. Legendary former Rangers, Motherwell and Scotland winger
Davie Cooper dying suddenly in March at the age of 39 while on the books of Clydebank, where he was due to retire as a player at the end of the season. Celtic spending the season playing their home games at national stadium
Hampden Park while Parkhead was being rebuilt as an all-seater stadium. Forfar Athletic becoming the very first champions of the Scottish Third Division. Scottish Premier Division Edit
Champions: Rangers Relegated: Dundee United
Scottish League Division One Edit
Promoted: Raith Rovers Relegated: Ayr United, Stranraer
Scottish League Division Two Edit
Promoted: Greenock Morton, Dumbarton Relegated: Meadowbank Thistle, Brechin City
Scottish League Division Three Edit
Promoted: Forfar Athletic, Montrose
Other honours Edit Individual honours Edit Scottish clubs in Europe Edit
Average coefficient -
1.250 Scotland national team Edit
7 September 1994
Olympic Stadium, Helsinki (A)
Duncan Shearer, John Collins
12 October 1994
Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)
John Collins (2), Scott Booth, Billy McKinlay
16 November 1994
Hampden Park, Glasgow (H)
18 December 1994
Olympic Stadium, Athens (A)
29 March 1995
Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow (A)
26 April 1995
Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle (A)
John Collins, Colin Calderwood
21 May 1995
Big Arch Stadium, Hiroshima (A)
24 May 1995
Toyama Park Stadium, Toyama (A)
John Robertson, Stevie Crawford
7 June 1995
Svangaskarð, Toftir (A)
Billy McKinlay, John McGinlay
(H) = Home match
(A) = Away match
ECQG8 = European Championship qualifying - Group 8 Notes and references Edit
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^ Scotland's score is shown first.