1893–94 in Scottish football was the 21st season of competitive football in Scotland and the fourth season of Scottish league football. For the first time there were two divisions in the Scottish Football League, there was no automatic promotion and relegation, but the bottom three clubs in Division 1 and the top three clubs in Division 2 were subject to a vote of the remaining First Division clubs. This season also saw the introduction of the Highland Football League.
Celtic became Scottish 1st Division champions. Renton were relegated, Dundee and Leith Athletic re-elected to Division One.
*Picture shown is from August 1893…Rangers travel to Dundee and both teams pose for the camera before a 3-3 draw.
First Division Table 1893/4