The 1952–53 season was the 80th season of competitive football in Scotland and the 56th season of the Scottish Football League.
1952–53 in Scottish football Wikipedia
Rangers won the title with a 1–1 draw in their last match, away to Queen of the South. Rangers equalised with 17 minutes to go and thereby won the league on goal average from Hibernian, thus preventing Hibs from winning their third title in a row.
Relegated: Motherwell, Third Lanark
Promoted: Stirling Albion, Hamilton Academical* - aggregate over two legs
- trophy shared
Scotland and England shared victory in the 1953 British Home Championship.
Key:(H) = Home match
(A) = Away match
BHC = British Home Championship