Scottish Cup

The Scottish FA Cup is the national cup competition for football club teams in Scotland. The contest already started in 1873 when the Queen's Park FC against FC Clydesdale won 2-0. He is so after the English FA Cup 's second oldest cup competition in the world.

The meetings will be drawn and the Erstgezogene gets home advantage. Ends an encounter draw, there will be a replay at the respective home team, with the exception of the semi-finals and the final. Originally, for the semi-finals and finals performed replays, only towards the end of the 20th century were waived. Ends also replay after regular time draw, followed by an extension and possibly a penalty shootout until a winner is determined. The semi-finals will be found on neutral ground - mostly at Hampden Park - instead. The final is traditionally held at Hampden Park, but also took already place at Celtic Park and the Ibrox Stadium while the Hampden Park was rebuilt.

Finals of the Scottish Cup

Rank list of winners

The first three sweeps won Queen's Park FC, ​​the next three FC Vale of Leven, who could catch up with it. With the seventh host Queen's Park FC won again and was until 1922 the sole record holder, then from 1923-1924 in collaboration with Glasgow Celtic, Celtic Glasgow from 1925 to 1962 alone. 1963 brought the Rangers Celtic one, in 1964, they surpassed it, in 1965 the two were again equal to. 1966 and 1967 they won alternately, 1969, the Celtics sat down again. The Rangers then they came only in 2003 again, from 2004, the Celtics were again alone at the front.