Scottish FA Cup (Pokal, Schottland) ⬢ Halbfinale ⬢ Ergebnisse, Spiele und Termine zum Spieltag ⬢ Alle Tabellen ⬢ Live-Ticker. Der Scottish FA Cup wird /20 zum Mal ausgespielt. Der wichtigste schottische Fußball-Pokalwettbewerb, der offiziell als William Hill Scottish Cup. Der schottische Pokalwettbewerb der Vereinsmannschaften Scottish FA Cup (gebräuchlich: Scottish Cup) ist nach dem englischen FA-Cup der älteste.
HinzufÃŒgen zum Einkaufswagen...Finde Scottish FA Cup Spielpaarungen, Spiele von morgen und den Scottish FA Cup Spielplan der kompletten Spielplan der aktuellen Saison. Der Scottish FA Cup ist der nationale Pokalwettbewerb für Fußball-Vereinsmannschaften in Schottland und wird von der Scottish Football Association durchgeführt und organisiert. Der Wettbewerb startete bereits im Jahr , als der FC Queen’s Park. Produktbeschreibungen. Scottish FA Cup -Pokal 70 mm mit Sockel Miniaturisierte Nachbildung des Scottish FA Cups auf einem blauen Holzpodest Größe des.
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Glasgow University. Penicuik Athletic. Musselburgh Athletic. Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale. Jeanfield Swifts.
University of Stirling. Dundonald Bluebell. Easthouses Lily Miners Welfare. Hill of Beath Hawthorn. Hill of Beath. Preston Athletic. Hawick Royal Albert United.
Stadium: Pennypit Park. Banks O' Dee. Blackburn United. Civil Service Strollers. Since , the winners of the Scottish Amateur Cup are also eligible to qualify.
Players that are registered with a competing club are eligible to play, however, cannot represent more than one club during the same tournament. Before the semi-final and final rounds, the venue of each match is determined when the fixtures are drawn; the first club drawn in a fixture is named the home team and chooses the venue for the match, usually its own home ground.
Hampden Park also usually hosts the final match of the tournament. Other venues that have hosted the final in the tournament's early years are Hamilton Crescent , Kinning Park and Cathkin Park ; all in Glasgow.
The last game of the tournament is the only final that has been hosted outside Glasgow when rivals Heart of Midlothian and Hibernian played at New Logie Green in Edinburgh.
The final played between Aberdeen and Celtic attracted a crowd of , spectators   which was a world record for a national cup final and remains a European record.
In this scenario, the qualification spot passes to the highest ranked team in that competition not yet qualified, rather than to the Scottish Cup runners-up.
The Scottish Football Association was founded in and the Scottish Cup was created as an annual competition for its members.
The Scottish Cup trophy is the oldest national trophy and also the oldest association football trophy in the world. A total of 34 clubs have appeared in the final, of whom 25 have won the competition.
Clubs that win the Scottish Cup can complete a domestic " double " by becoming Scottish league champions in the same season. Only three clubs have won both competitions in the same season.
Rangers have achieved this feat on seven occasions, followed by Celtic on six. No team had previously won two consecutive trebles.
Some clubs have become renowned for eliminating higher ranked clubs from the tournament despite being underdogs. Division Two club East Fife won the tournament in by defeating Division One club Kilmarnock , the first team from outside the top-tier of league football to win the trophy.
East Fife had previously reached the final in after eliminating three higher ranked clubs in the preceding rounds. Only one other club from outside the top-tier of league football has won the competition; non-league Queen's Park defeated Celtic in the final.
In the rounds before the final some notable shocks have occurred. In , Dundee were eliminated by Highland League club Fraserburgh despite having Scotland internationals in their squad.
The Scottish Cup has been sponsored several times since the first organisation backed the tournament in The sponsor has been able to determine the name of the competition.
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You also have the option to opt-out of these cookies. By so many Scottish clubs were taking part in the Scottish Cup competition that a Qualifying tournament had to be established to cope with the demand.
The success of the tournament therefore spans across years with the First and Second World Wars being the main cause of disruption to the competition.
On 13th March , eight clubs came together to form the Scottish Foobtall Association. Queen's Park, Scotland's leading club of the period, won the first final in with a victory over Clydesdale.
In the record victory in the Scottish Cup was established when Arbroath defeated Bon Accord With football moving towards professionalism during the early s the big city clubs began to get their names engraved on the coveted trophy.
Attendances at the finals grew impressively over the period; from 2, in to 70, by Celtic were the cup holders in when the First World War brought a close to the competition for five years.