Name
Scottish FA Cup

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Established
1873 (149 years old)

First Recorded Event
2019-10-19

Current Season
2021-2022

API Football ID
3881

Sport
Soccer

Location
Scotland

Gender
Male

Alternate Names
Scottish Cup

TV Rights
US - ESPN [2021]

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Upcoming Events
20 Jan 22 Hibernian  - Cove Rangers
21 Jan 22 Rangers  - Stirling Albion
22 Jan 22 Peterhead FC  - East Kilbride
22 Jan 22 Banks O Dee F.C  - Raith Rvs
22 Jan 22 Livingston  - Ross County
22 Jan 22 Dumbarton  - Dundee FC
22 Jan 22 Aberdeen  - Edinburgh City
22 Jan 22 Ayr  - St Mirren
22 Jan 22 Kilmarnock  - Dundee United
22 Jan 22 Partick  - Airdrieonians

Latest Results
07 Dec 21 Queen of South 0 - 3  Cove Rangers
07 Dec 21 Morton 1 - 1  Inverness C
04 Dec 21 Montrose 1 - 1  Kelty Hearts
27 Nov 21 Stenhousemuir 0 - 2  Airdrieonians
27 Nov 21 Arbroath 3 - 0  Forfar
27 Nov 21 Cove Rangers 2 - 2  Queen of South
27 Nov 21 Banks O Dee F.C 2 - 1  East Fife
27 Nov 21 Inverness C 1 - 1  Morton
27 Nov 21 Gala Fairydean  0 - 1  Annan Athletic
27 Nov 21 Queens Park 0 - 1  Kilmarnock

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The Scottish Football Association Challenge Cup, commonly known as the Scottish Cup (Scots: Scots Cup; Scottish Gaelic: Cupa na h-Alba), is an annual association football knock-out cup competition for men's football clubs in Scotland. The competition was first held in 1873–74. Entry is open to all 98 clubs with full membership of the Scottish Football Association (SFA), along with up to eight other clubs who are associate members. The competition is called the William Hill Scottish Cup for sponsorship reasons.

Although it is the second oldest competition in association football history, after the FA Cup, the Scottish Cup trophy is the oldest in association football and is also the oldest national trophy in the world. It was first presented to Queen's Park, who won the final match of the inaugural tournament in March 1874. The current holders are Celtic, who won the tournament for a 39th time by defeating Hearts 2–1 in the 2019 final.

Seasons

2019-2020

2020-2021

2021-2022

Teams

Aberdeen

Airdrieonians
-11

Albion Rovers
-11

Alloa
-7

Annan Athletic
-10

Arbroath
-10

Ayr
-8

Banks O Dee F.C
-11

Berwick Rangers
-11

Blackburn Unite
-11

Boness United
-11

Bonnyrigg Rose
-11

Brechin City
-9

Broomhill
-11

Brora Rangers
-11

Broxburn Athlet
-11

Buckie Thistle
-11

Caledonian Brav
-11

Camelon Juniors
-11

Celtic

Civil Service S
-11

Clachnacuddin
-11

Clyde
-9

Coldstream F.C.
-11

Cove Rangers
-9

Cowdenbeath
-10

Cumbernauld Col
-11

Dalbeattie Star
-11

Deveronvale
-11

Dumbarton
-8

Dundee FC

Dundee United

Dundonald Blueb
-11

Dunfermline
-3

Dunipace F.C.
-11

East Fife
-9

East Kilbride
-11

East Stirlingsh
-11

Easthouses Lily
-11

Edinburgh City
-10

Edinburgh Unive
-11

Elgin City
-11

Falkirk
-4

Forfar
-10

Formartine Unit
-11

Fort William
-11

Fraserburgh
-11

Gala Fairydean
-11

Glasgow Univers
-11

Haddington Athl
-11

Hamilton

Hawick Royal Al
-11

Hearts

Hibernian

Hill of Beath H
-11

Huntly
-11

Inverness C
-6

Inverurie Loco
-11

Jeanfield Swift
-11

Keith
-11

Kelty Hearts
-10

Kilmarnock

Linlithgow Rose
-11

Livingston

Lossiemouth
-11

Lothian Thistle
-11

Montrose
-11

Morton
-5

Motherwell

Musselburgh Ath
-11

Nairn County
-11

Newton Stewart
-11

Newtongrange St
-11

Partick
-2

Penicuik Athlet
-11

Peterhead FC
-10

Preston Athleti
-11

Queen of South
-11

Queens Park
-8

Raith Rvs
-6

Rangers

Ross County

Rothes
-11

St Cuthbert Wan
-11

St Johnstone

St Mirren

Stenhousemuir
-11

Stirling Albion
-11

Stranraer
-10

Strathspey This
-11

The Spartans
-11

Threave Rovers
-11

Tranent Juniors
-11

Turriff United
-11

Tynecastle F.C.
-11

University of S
-11

Vale of Leithen
-11

Whitehill Welfa
-11

Wick Academy
-11

Wigtown & Bladn
-11

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