Old Firm

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The Old Firm is the name collectively given to Rangers and Celtic. The nickname 'The Old Firm' originated during the early year of the 20th century when the clubs began to dominate Scottish football and the term in part referred to the financial benefits associated with their frequent meetings. 91 of the 109 domestic titles have been won by ourselves or them and Aberdeen were the last non-OF side to win it in 1985.


As of 24th October 2010

Head To Head Record

Competition Played Rangers Draw Celtic
Scottish League 297 117 83 97
Scottish Cup 46 16 8 22
League Cup 46 23 2 21
Total 389 156 93 140


RANGERS v CELTIC - THE COMPLETE LEAGUE RECORD


IN THE PREMIER DIVISION / SPL

Played - 141

Won - 51

Lost - 52

Drawn - 38

Goals For - 185

Goals Against - 180


PREMIER DIVISION / SPL AT IBROX

Played - 70

Won - 33

Lost - 18

Drawn - 18

Goals For - 110

Goals Against - 74


PREMIER DIVISION / SPL AT CELTIC PARK

Played - 71

Won - 18

Lost - 33

Drawn - 20

Goals For - 75

Goals Against - 105


ALL LEAGUE GAMES

Played - 297

Won - 117

Lost - 97

Drawn - 83

Goals For - 428

Goals Against - 387


LEAGUE GAMES AT IBROX

Played - 148

Won - 72

Lost - 34

Drawn - 41

Goals For - 239

Goals Against - 154


LEAGUE GAMES AT CELTIC PARK

Played - 149

Won - 44

Lost - 62

Drawn - 43

Goals For - 189

Goals Against - 233

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