The Scottish FA have published their licence report that details every club’s rating.
The document gives overall awards from platinum to bronze based on a variety of indicators including stadium, first team, youth set-up and a section labelled “legal/admin/finance and codes”.
It then declares whether the association has awarded teams a UEFA licence or not.
Hampden bosses have handed only one club the overall top mark of platinum – and it’s Celtic. The SFA gave the Scottish champions a gold award for its ground, its first team as well as for its youth set-up and legal/admin and finance.
Celtic’s great rivals Rangers, meanwhile, were given an overall rating of silver, two marks below. The Ibrox club’s rating for all the other indicators was gold, however, apart from the section marked legal/admin and finance in which it is awarded only silver.
Both Glasgow giants were awarded UEFA licences with Celtic to play Champions League qualifiers and Rangers in the Europa League.
The only Scottish Premiership sides that were not given licences were Hamilton, Livingston and St Mirren.
Aberdeen were given an overall award of silver, but they scored gold in every section apart from their ground in which they only landed a silver.
In the capital, Hibs pipped Hearts to an overall rating of gold, with the Tynecastle side only being credited with a silver award.
The Easter Road club were marked gold in every indicator.
Kilmarnock, meanwhile, achieved an overall mark of silver but the club scored gold in the youth and legal/admin and finance sections.
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