Scottish Second Division 1983/84
|Scottish Second Division 1983/84|
FC East Fife
|Gates||716 (ø 2.62 per game)|
|← Second Division 1982/83|
|^ First Division 1983/84|
The Scottish Football League Second Division was played in 1983/84 for the ninth time after the introduction of the Premier Division as the third highest Scottish league . It was also the ninth host the third-highest football -Spielklasse the gentlemen in Scotland under the name of Second Division . In the 1983/84 season, 14 clubs competed against each other in a total of 39 match days. Each team played three times against each other team. In the event of a tie, the goal difference counted .
The championship won Forfar Athletic , which at the same time secured participation in the First Division season 1984/85 . In addition to the Loons , the runner-up FC East Fife also rose. The top scorer with 22 goals was James Liddell of Forfar Athletic.
|2.||East Fife FC||39||20th||7th||12||57:42||+15||47:31|
|6th||Queen of the South||39||16||10||13||51:46||+5||42:36|
|8th.||FC Stranraer||39||13||12||14th||47:47||± 0||38:40|
|9.||Dunfermline Athletic (A)||39||13||10||16||44:45||−1||36:42|
|10.||FC Queen's Park (A)||39||14th||8th||17th||58:63||−5||36:42|
|11.||East Stirlingshire FC||39||10||11||18th||51:66||−15||31:47|
Placement criteria: 1st points - 2nd goal difference - 3rd goals scored - 4th direct comparison (points, goal difference, goals scored)
|Promoted to the First Division|
|At the end of the 1982/83 season|
|(A)||Relegated from the First Division|
- Scottish Football League & Scottish Premier League Top goalscorers per division. (No longer available online.) Scottish-football-historical-archive.com, archived from the original on September 27, 2012 ; accessed on January 25, 2015 . Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.