1996â€“97 Scottish Cup
The Scottish FA Cup was in 1996/97 played for 112 times. The most important Scottish football cup competition, which was led by the Scottish Football Association, began in December 1996 and ended with the final on 24 May 1997 in Glasgow's Hampden Park. The Glasgow Rangers who won by a 5-1 victory over Heart of Midlothian in the finals last year the title, retired from in this year's quarter-final against Celtic in the Old Firm derby. With a 1-0 final victory with a goal from Paul Wright in a total of 112 cup final of the prestigious contest, FC Kilmarnock FC against Falkirk was able to secure a third Cup win after 1920 and 1929 in the club's history. By winning the Cup itself Kilmarnock could simultaneously qualify for the European Cup Winners' Cup season 1997/98.
The encounters were wearing in April 1997.