1951–52 Hibernian F.C. season

During the 1951–52 season Hibernian, a football club based in Edinburgh, came first out of 16 clubs in the Scottish First Division.

Hibernian 1951–52 football season
Hibernian
1951–52 season
Manager Hugh Shaw[1]
Scottish First Division 1st
Scottish Cup R1
Scottish League Cup Group Stage
Saint Mungo Cup SF
Highest home attendance 55000 (v Rangers, 3 November)
Lowest home attendance 20,000 (v Motherwell, 21 April)
Average home league attendance 30,700[2] (up 4,368)
 1950-51

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Match Day Date Opponent H/A Score Hibernian Scorer(s) Attendance
1 8 September Raith Rovers A 2–0 18,000
2 15 September Aberdeen H 4–4 32,000
3 22 September Heart of Midlothian A 1–1 44,842
4 29 September Third Lanark H 5–2 28,000
5 6 October Stirling Albion A 4–1 14,000
6 13 October Morton H 1–0 24,000
7 20 October Partick Thistle H 5–0 22,000
8 27 October Celtic A 1–1 50,000
9 3 November Rangers H 1–1 55,000
10 10 November Morton A 1–2 7,000
11 17 November East Fife H 4–2 40,000
12 24 November Airdrieonians A 2–0 11,000
13 1 December Dundee A 4–1 26,000
14 8 December Queen of the South H 5–0 25,000
14 15 December St Mirren A 4–0 20,000
15 22 December Raith Rovers H 5–0 24,500
17 29 December Motherwell A 1–3 15,000
18 1 January Heart of Midlothian H 2–3 39,000
19 2 January Third Lanark A 5–0 14,000
20 5 January Stirling Albion H 8–0 23,000
21 12 January Aberdeen A 2–1 22,000
22 19 January Partick Thistle A 2–1 30,000
23 2 February Celtic H 3–1 42,000
24 13 February Rangers A 2–2 45,000
25 16 February St Mirren H 5–2 30,000
26 23 February East Fife A 1–3 19,000
27 1 March Airdrieonians H 4–0 30,000
28 15 March Queen of the South A 2–5 11,500
29 9 April Dundee H 3–1 26,000
30 21 April Motherwell H 3–1 20,000

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