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Scottish Premiership Clubs Wage Bills | How Much Top Clubs Spent on Players Salaries?

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Scottish Premiership Wage Bills

Scottish Premiership season 2022-23 began began back in August 2022. Celtic leads the points table, while their arch rivals Rangers stands second with 45 points with 10 points difference. Currently the competition for the league title only held between these two while other have long-chase to overtake Celtic. The Scottish premiership clubs start spending big budgets on players wages, the team of Rangers and Celtic leads the list here to.

Clubs2022-23 Bill2021-22 BillCurrent Status
Rangers£18m£20m (revealed)
Hearts£3.6m £5.5m (reported)
Aberdeen £4m£5m (reported)
St. Mirren£3m£4m (reported)
St. Johnstone£2.5m£3.5m (reported)
Livingston FC£2.8m £3m (reported)
Hibernian£4m £5m (reported)
Kilmarnock£2.8m£4m (reported
Motherwell£3m£4m (reported)Relegation position
Dundee United£3m£5m (reported)Relegation position
Ross County£2.8m£3.5mRelegation position
Who got the highest wage bill in Scottish Premiership?

Celtic and Rangers both hold strongest wage bills the official number for wage bills not claimed however media outlets UK and US reported that both clubs spend (£20m) a year.

  • Rangers hold the expensive wage bill record back in year 2021-22 as per sources, the club reported to pay wage bill to players nearly £20m a year. But recently some figures for Celtic players wage bill reported by media outlets that claimed that Celtic paying wage bill upto (£23m) a year in 2022-23.
Who holds lowest wage bill record in Scottish Premiership?

Since the data of players wage bill based on lowest and minimum reported back in 2020 and 2021 by “Scotsman” according to their figures, Livingstone, St. Johnstone and Ross County are lowest paying teams compare to other clubs, since the official numbers not out for any of the clubs but estimated figures based on players salaries from (Global Survey Sports) reports revealed.

The details for the Scottish Premiership club wage bills based on reported by the US and UK media outlets, official numbers clubs never share in the public, however any changes to the upcoming season and relegation take place next year 2023-24 details updated later.