|Dates||4 August 2018 – 4 May 2019|
|Relegated|| Stenhousemuir |
|Goals scored||522 (2.9 per match)|
|Top goalscorer||Kevin Nisbet (30 goals)|
|Biggest home win|| Raith Rovers 4–0 Forfar Athletic |
(1 September 2018)
Dumbarton 4–0 East Fife
(27 October 2018)
Brechin City 4–0 Forfar Athletic
(10 November 2018)
Raith Rovers 5–1 Stenhousemuir
(5 January 2019)
|Biggest away win|| Montrose 0–4 Arbroath |
(4 August 2018)
Dumbarton 1–5 Raith Rovers
(29 September 2018)
Forfar Athletic 0–4 East Fife
(6 October 2018)
Brechin City 1–5 Arbroath
(17 November 2018)
|Highest scoring|| Airdrieonians 3–4 Raith Rovers |
(25 August 2018)
Arbroath 5–2 Stenhousemuir
(1 December 2018)
Stranraer 3–4 East Fife
(26 January 2019)
Montrose 5–2 Brechin City
(2 February 2019)
East Fife 3–4 Dumbarton
(23 February 2019)
|Longest winning run||8 matches: |
|Longest unbeaten run||17 matches: |
|Longest winless run||9 matches: |
|Longest losing run||6 matches: |
|Highest attendance||2,833 |
Raith Rovers 1–2 East Fife
(29 December 2018)
|Lowest attendance||219 |
Stranraer 1–1 Stenhousemuir
(26 February 2019)
|Average attendance||753 (|
2019–20 →All statistics correct as of 4 May 2019.
The 2018–19 Scottish League One (known as the Ladbrokes League One for sponsorship reasons) was the 24th season in the current format of 10 teams in the third-tier of Scottish football. The fixtures were published on 15 June 2018 and the season began on 4 August 2018.
Ten teams contested the league: Airdrieonians, Arbroath, Brechin City, Dumbarton, East Fife, Forfar Athletic, Montrose, Raith Rovers, Stenhousemuir and Stranraer.
Arbroath won the league following a 1–1 draw at Brechin City on 13 April 2019. Brechin were relegated after a 1–1 draw with Stenhousemuir on the final day.
The following teams have changed division since the 2017–18 season.
To League One
Promoted from League Two
Relegated from the Championship
From League One
Relegated to League Two
Promoted to the Championship
|Excelsior Stadium||Gayfield Park||Glebe Park||Dumbarton Football Stadium|
|Capacity: 10,101||Capacity: 6,600||Capacity: 4,123||Capacity: 2,020|
|East Fife||Forfar Athletic|
|Bayview Stadium||Station Park|
|Capacity: 1,980||Capacity: 6,777|
|Links Park||Stark's Park||Ochilview Park||Stair Park|
|Capacity: 4,936||Capacity: 8,867||Capacity: 3,746||Capacity: 4,178|
|Team||Manager||Captain||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
|Brechin City||Pendle||JJKS Estates (Home)|
Ferguson Oliver (Away)
|East Fife||Joma||Liam Anderson Architectural Services (Home)|
EF Joinery (Away)
|Forfar Athletic||Pendle||Orchard Timber Products|
|Montrose||Nike||Carnegie Fuels Ltd|
|Raith Rovers||Puma||valmcdermid.com (Home) |
Tag Games (Away)
|Stenhousemuir||Mitre||Warriors in the Community|
|Team||Outgoing manager||Manner of departure||Date of vacancy||Position in table||Incoming manager||Date of appointment|
|Raith Rovers||Resigned||4 September 2018||2nd||25 September 2018|
|Airdrieonians||Sacked||8 October 2018||6th||19 October 2018|
|Dumbarton||Sacked||8 October 2018||9th||21 October 2018|
|Brechin City||Sacked||30 October 2018||6th||5 November 2018|
|Stenhousemuir||Sacked||6 November 2018||9th||28 November 2018|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Promotion, qualification or relegation|
|1||Arbroath (C, P)||36||20||10||6||63||38||+25||70||Promotion to the Championship|
|2||Forfar Athletic||36||19||6||11||54||47||+7||63||Qualification for the Championship play-offs|
|9||Stenhousemuir (R)||36||10||7||19||35||61||−26||37||Qualification for the League One play-offs|
|10||Brechin City (R)||36||9||9||18||42||61||−19||36||Relegation to League Two|
The table lists the positions of teams after each week of matches. In order to preserve chronological progress, any postponed matches are not included in the round at which they were originally scheduled but added to the full round they were played immediately afterwards. For example, if a match is scheduled for matchday 13, but then postponed and played between days 16 and 17, it will be added to the standings for day 16.
|Leader - Promotion to 2019–20 Championship|
|Qualification for Championship play-offs|
|Qualification for League One play-offs|
|Relegation to 2019–20 League Two|
|Team \ Round||1||2||3||4||5||6||7||8||9||10||11||12||13||14||15||16||17||18||19||20||21||22||23||24||25||26||27||28||29||30||31||32||33||34||35||36|
Source: BBC Sport
Updated: 4 May 2019
Teams play each other four times, twice in the first half of the season (home and away) and twice in the second half of the season (home and away), making a total of 36 games.
|Raith Rovers||Airdrieonians||3–4 (A)||25 August 2018|
|Arbroath||Forfar||3–1 (H)||15 September 2018|
|Arbroath||Forfar||2–3 (A)||8 December 2018|
|Arbroath||Airdrieonians||3–2 (H)||23 February 2019|
|Dumbarton||East Fife||3–4 (A)||23 February 2019|
|Airdrieonians||Stranraer||1–4 (A)||4 May 2019|
(H) = Home, (A) = Away
|Month||Manager of the Month||Player of the Month||Ref.|
|January||Forfar Athletic||East Fife|
|March||Forfar Athletic||Forfar Athletic|
The second bottom team (Stenhousemuir) entered into a four-team playoff with the second, third, and fourth placed teams in League Two (Clyde, Edinburgh City and Annan Athletic). Clyde were promoted to League One after defeating Annan 2–0 in the final. Stenhousemuir were relegated to League Two after defeat to Annan in the semi-final.
|7 May 2019||Annan Athletic||2–0||Stenhousemuir||Annan|
|19:45||Report||Stadium: Galabank |
Referee: Steven Reid
|11 May 2019||Stenhousemuir||1–2|
|15:00||Report||Stadium: Ochilview Park |
Referee: David Munro
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