1998â€“99 Scottish Cup
The Scottish FA Cup was played for the 114th time in 1998 /99. The most important Scottish football cup competition, which was officially discharged as Tennent's Scottish Cup and chaired by the Scottish Football Association, began on 5 December 1998 and ended with the final on 29 May 1999 in Glasgow's Hampden Park. As defending champions Heart of Midlothian competed in the competition, which was able to put in the previous final against Glasgow Rangers. In this year's final of the Scottish Cup was again on the Rangers in the final against Celtic in the Old Firm derby. The Rangers were a goal by Rod Wallace Cup final 1-0 for itself decide. In the 1998/99 season, the Rangers won the treble of Championship, Cup and League Cup. As losers Celtic started in the UEFA Cup season 1999 /2000.
Were wearing the encounters on 5 December 1998. Repetition games took place on 8 and 12 December 1998.
Were wearing the encounters on 2 / 9 and 18 January 1999. replays found on 6./9./18. and 23 January 1999.
Were wearing the meetings on 23 and 24 January and on 2 and 3 February 1999. Replays found on 2./9./15. February 1999 instead.
Were wearing the meetings on 13 and 14 February; and 3 March 1999. The replay took place on 6 March 1999.
Were wearing the encounters on 6./7./8. and 13 March 1999. The replay took place on 17 March 1999.
Were wearing the meetings on 10 and 11 April 1999.