1995–96 Scottish Cup

The Scottish FA Cup was in 1995/96 played the 111th time. The most important Scottish football cup competition, which was led by the Scottish Football Association, began in December 1995 and ended with the final on 18 May 1996 at Glasgow's Hampden Park. Defending champion Celtic Glasgow, who was able to put in last year's final against second division Airdrieonians FC, ​​was eliminated by the eventual winners Rangers in the Old Firm derby in this year's semi-finals. With a 5-1 thrashing in the final of the Heart of Midlothian, the Rangers were able to secure a total of 27 Cup titles, the club history after the last Cup victory in 1993. For Hearts, it was the fourth defeat in a final result after this year and 1986, 1976 and 1968. The last Cup victory of the capital club could be achieved in 1956. By winning the Cup and the championship, the Rangers could qualify as a double winner for the 1996/97 Champions League campaign. As runners- Heart of Midlothian competed in the European Cup Winners 1996 / 97th

First round

The encounters were wearing in December 1995.


2nd round

Were wearing the meetings on 6 and 7 January 1996. Repetition Games took place between the 13 th and January 15, 1996 instead.


Round 3

Were wearing the encounters between 27 January and 31 January 1996. Repetition Games were held in February 1996.


1Inverness Caledonian Thistle won on penalties.

Second round

The encounters were wearing in February 1996.



Were wearing the encounters between the 7th and 10th March 1996.


The encounters were wearing in April 1996.