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Posted 22nd February 2012, 09:02 in

Scottish League Fixtures Released

The Scottish League will kick-off on March 18th with an additional division, with almost fifty teams now on board.

The Scottish League has expanded to include a Division 2 South East, making 5 divisions and 49 teams in total.

Amongst the newcomers are; Arbroath SCS, Buchan Youth, Claremont, Dee Ladies, Football Club of Edinburgh, Leith Athletic, Luthermuir, Musselburgh Windsor, Seton and Turriff United.

Scottish League constitution 2012:

Division 1: Airdrie United, Buchan, Celtic Res, Cowdenbeath, Forfar Farmington Res, Glasgow City Res, Hibernian Res, Kilwinning, Paisley Saints, Queens Park, Raith Rovers, Troon

Division 2 East: Arbroath CSC, Dundee City, Dunfermline, East Fife, Falkirk Res, Forfar Farmington, Jeanfield Swifts, Luthermuir, Monifieth

Division 2 North: Aberdeen FCL Development, Aberdeen FCL Res, Buchan, Dee LFC, Dee Vale, Kemnay, Moray, Stonehaven, Turriff United

Division 2 South East: Boroughmuir Thistle, Falkirk, Football Club of Edinburgh, Hearts, Hibernian 1875, Leith Athletic, Musselburgh Windsor, Seton, Spartans Res

Division 2 West: Claremont, Dumfries, EKFC Galaxy, Glasgow Girls, Hamilton Res, Murieston, Stenhousemuir, Stranraer, Viewfield Rovers 

Opening league fixtures (March 18th 2012):

Division 1
Queens Park v Hibernian Res
Airdrie United v Buchan
Raith Rovers v Forfar Farmington Res
Troon v Kilwinning
Celtic Res v Paisley Saints
Glasgow City Res v Cowdenbeath

Division 2 East
Falkirk Res v Monifieth
Dundee City v Luthermuir
Forfar Farmington v East Fife
Dunfermline v Arbroath CSC

Division 2 North
Stonehaven v Buchan Youth
Dee Vale v Moray
Dee LFC v Turriff United
Aberdeen FCL Res v Aberdeen FCL Development

Division 2 South East
Falkirk FC v Hibernian 1875
Boroughmuir Thistle v Leith Athletic
Seton v Hearts
Football Club of Edinburgh v Musselburgh Windsor

Division 2 West
EKFC Galaxy v Murieston
Dumfries v Stranraer
Hamilton Res v Stenhousemuir
Claremont v Glasgow Girls

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