|The Scottish League Championship trophy|
Awarded to the best team in Scotland
until 1998 and the winner of the second
tier (currently the Championship) since
The following players have been crowned Scottish champions, whether by the Scottish Football League (1890-1998), Scottish Premier League (1999-2013), or the current governing body, the Scottish Professional Football League (since 2014). It is telling that no (Northern) Ireland player has ever won a Scottish title medal with a club other than the Old Firm giants - Rangers and Celtic.
(players are assumed to have claimed a medal only if they have made 10 or more appearances, or other mitigating factors leading to a medal award are known)
|Neil Lennon lifted the SPL trophy five|
times as a player and another five
times in his two spells as Celtic manager
Steven Davis and Kyle Lafferty lift the SPL Trophy.
The pair lifted the trophy three times together, with
Davis returning to lift it again in 2021 after a decade-long gap