1924–25 Dumbarton F.C. season
|Stadium||Boghead Park, Dumbarton|
|Scottish League Division Two||8th|
|Scottish Cup||Second Round|
League: James Carlow (14)|
All: James Carlow (15)
Dumbarton's third consecutive season in the Second Division was boosted by losing just 4 games out of the first 20, and at the turn of the year were just one point off the top of the league. However these high hopes for promotion were dashed by taking only one win from the subsequent and in the end an 8th place finish was achieved out of 20, with 40 points - 10 behind champions Dundee United.
In the Scottish Cup, Dumbarton reached the second round before being knocked out by Falkirk.
Locally, Dumbarton were runners-up in both the Dumbartonshire Cup and the Dumbartonshire Charity Cup, losing to Helensburgh and Clydebank in the respective finals.
All results are written with Dumbarton's score first.
|16 August 1924||King's Park||H||1-1||Hyslop||1,500|
|23 August 1924||East Stirling||H||2-2||Kennedy(2)||3,000|
|20 August 1924||Dundee United||H||3-3||Carlow;Kennedy;Russell||3,000|
|1 September 1924||East Stirling||H||1-1||Carlow||2,000|
|6 September 1924||Forfar Athletic||H||2-0||Broadley;Love||2,000|
|13 September 1924||East Fife||A||1-2||Kennedy||4,500|
|20 September 1924||Arthurlie||H||2-0||McLardie;Kennedy||2,500|
|27 September 1924||Arbroath||A||0-0|
|4 October 1924||Johnstone||H||2-1||Carlow;Kennedy||2,000|
|11 October 1924||St Bernard's||A||1-2||Kennedy||3,000|
|18 October 1924||Stenhousemuir||A||1-1||Carlow||1,200|
|25 October 1924||Dunfermline Athletic||H||2-0||Mair;Russell||2,000|
|1 November 1924||Bathgate||A||0-1||2,000|
|8 November 1924||Clydebank||H||1-0||McLardie||5,000|
|15 November 1924||Clyde||A||2-3||Carlow(2)||6,000|
|22 November 1924||Albion Rovers||H||2-0||Cameron;Carlow||2,000|
|29 November 1924||Broxburn United||A||2-1||Cameron;McLardie||1,500|
|6 December 1924||Bo'ness||H||1-0||Carlow||2,000|
|13 December 1924||Armadale||A||2-0||Kennedy;Russell|
|20 December 1924||Alloa Athletic||H||1-1||Kennedy||3,000|
|27 December 1924||Forfar Athletic||A||1-3||Carlow|
|1 January 1925||Clydebank||A||0-1|
|3 January 1925||East Fife||H||2-1||McLardie(2)||2,000|
|5 January 1925||Arthurlie||A||1-2||Carlow||1,500|
|10 January 1925||King's Park||A||1-3||Kennedy|
|17 January 1925||Broxburn United||H||0-1||2,000|
|31 January 1925||Dundee United||A||0-0||7,000|
|11 February 1925||St Bernard's||H||0-1|
|14 February 1925||Dunfermline Athletic||A||2-1||McKenzie;Russell|
|21 February 1925||Bathgate||H||1-0||Cameron||2,000|
|28 February 1925||Johnstone||A||1-0||Cameron|
|7 March 1925||Bo'ness||A||1-1||Russell|
|14 March 1925||Stenhousemuir||H||3-2||Carlow(3)||2,000|
|21 March 1925||Armadale||H||1-0||Carlow||2,000|
|28 March 1925||Alloa Athletic||A||1-2||Kennedy||8,000|
|4 April 1925||Arbroath||H||0-0|
|11 April 1925||Albion Rovers||A||1-3||Kennedy||2,000|
|25 April 1925||Clyde||H||0-4||3,000|
|24 January 1925||1||Newton Stewart||A||2-0||Broadley;Russell||1,000|
|7 February 1925||2||Falkirk||A||0-2||9,000|
|27 August 1924||SF||Clydebank||H||3-1||Love;Broadley;Brooks||2,000|
|29 April 1925||F||Helensburgh||H||0-1||1,500|
Dumbartonshire Charity Cup
|9 May 1925||SF||Helensburgh||H||1-0||Carlow|
|16 May 1925||F||Clydebank||A||0-2|
|No.||Pos||Nat||Player||Total||Second Division||Scottish Cup|
Amongst those players joining and leaving the club were the following:
* The league match against Alloa Athletic on 20 December marked Andrew Mair's 100th appearance for Dumbarton in all national competitions - the 19th player to reach this milestone.
* The league match against King's Park on 10 January marked Philip Kennedy's 100th appearance for Dumbarton in all national competitions - the 20th player to reach this milestone.
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- Albert Ferguson (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- Beattie (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- David Broadley (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- William Hyslop (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- Robert Jones (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- Thomas Brooks (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- Ronald Cameron (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- Robert Dennett (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- Thomas Love (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- Colin McKenzie (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- John Russell (Dumbarton Football Club Historical Archive)
- Scottish Football Historical Archive