2002–03 Scottish Cup

The Scottish FA Cup in 2002 /03 played for 118 times. The Scottish football cup competition, which was officially discharged as Tennent's Scottish Cup and chaired by the Scottish Football Association, began on 7 December 2002 and ended with the final on 31 May 2003 at Glasgow's Hampden Park. As defending champion started the Rangers could be traversed in the previous Old Firm final against Celtic 3-2. With a 1-0 final win against FC Dundee, the Rangers were able to defend the title successfully, and along with the championship and won the League Cup in season 2002/ 03 to make the Triple perfect. Through the winning goal by Lorenzo Amoruso and the associated success for a total of 31 times the title in the Scottish FA Cup could be fetched. The defeated FC Dundee cashed in fifth final, the fourth defeat only 1909/10 achieved a victory. Due to the Champions League participation of Rangers FC Dundee launched in the following UEFA Cup 2003/04 season and retired there in the first round against the Italian club AC Perugia.

First round

Were wearing the meetings on December 7, 2002. Replays took place on December 14, 2007.


2nd round

Were wearing the encounters on 4./11./13./14./15 January 2003. Repetition games were held on 14 and 20 January 2003.


Round 3

Be wearing the meetings on 25 January 2003. Replays found on 4./10./17./18. Of January 2003.


Second round

Were wearing the meetings on 22 and 23 February 2003. The replay took place on 6 March 2003.



Were wearing the meetings on 22 and 23 March 2003. Replays took place on 9 April 2003.



Were wearing the meetings on 19 and 20 April 2003. Both semi-finals were each played at Hampden Park.