1900–01 Scottish Cup

The Scottish FA Cup in 1900 /01 played for the 28th time. The most important Scottish football cup competition began on January 12, 1901 and ended with the final on April 6, 1901 in which Heart of Midlothian was able to put against Celtic Glasgow 4-3. The game was played at Ibrox Park in Glasgow. The Hearts celebrated from 1891 until the year 1906, the greatest achievements in the club's history with two championships and won four Cup victories.

First round

Were wearing the meetings on 12 January 1901. Both replays took place on 19 January 1901.


2nd round

Were wearing the meetings on 26 January 1901. The four replays took place on 9 February 1901.

1The game was declared null and void, as played without a referee. 2The game in Greenock has been canceled.



Were wearing the meetings on 16 February 1901. The three replays between Third Lanark and the FC St. Mirren took place on 23 February and 2 / 9 March 1901 instead.


1The game was played on neutral ground at Hampden Park.


Were wearing the meetings on 9 and 23 March 1901. Recurrence game between Hibernian and Heart of Midlothian in Edinburgh Derby was held on March 23 date to coincide with the second semi-final.