2003–04 Scottish League Cup

The 2003–04 Scottish League Cup was the 58th staging of the Scotland's second most prestigious football knockout competition, also known for sponsorship reasons as the CIS Insurance Cup.

2003–04 Co-operative Insurance Cup
CountryScotland
ChampionsLivingston
Runners-upHibernian

The competition was won by Livingston, who defeated Hibernian 2–0 in the final.

First roundEdit

  • Ties played on weekend of 2–3 September 2003
  • If scores were level at full-time, 30 minutes of extra time and penalties were played.
Tie No. Home team Score Away team Report Attendance
1 Arbroath 1–0 Raith Rovers Details 879
2 Ayr 1–2 Dumbarton Details 1048
3 Cowdenbeath 3–0 Alloa Details 288
4 East Fife 0–2 Airdrie United Details 707
5 East Stirlingshire 1–2 Ross County Details 208
6 Elgin 0–4 Brechin Details 486
7 Forfar Athletic 1–0 Berwick Rangers Details
8 Gretna 1–2 Peterhead Details 385
9 Hamilton Academical 3–2 Albion Rovers Details 824
10 Inverness CT 1–2 Queen's Park Details 968
11 Montrose 2–0 Stirling Albion Details 247
12 St Mirren 0–2 St Johnstone Details 3100
13 Stenhousemuir 1–2 Queen of the South Details 424
14 Greenock Morton 2–0 Stranraer Details 2758

Second roundEdit

  • Ties played on 23–24 September 2003
  • If scores were level at full-time, 30 minutes of extra time and penalties were played.
Tie No. Home team
Score Away team Report Attendance
1 Aberdeen 3–1 Dumbarton Details 3944
2 Arbroath 3 – 4 (aet) Falkirk Details 923
3 Brechin City 1–0 Kilmarnock Details 829
4 Clyde 2–1 Airdrie United Details 1381
5 Dundee United 3–1 Morton Details 5638
6 Forfar Athletic (p) 3 – 3 Motherwell Details 1110
7 Hibernian 9–0 Montrose Details 5032
8 Queen's Park 1–3 Livingston Details 1011
9 Ross County 0–3 Queen of the South Details 959
10 St Johnstone 3 – 2 (aet) Hamilton Details 1471
11 Dunfermline 2–0 Cowdenbeath Details 3582
12 Peterhead 2 – 2 (p) Partick Thistle Details 1350

Third roundEdit

Aberdeen5–0Brechin City
Tosh   10', Booth   13', Muirhead   37', Sheerin   40', Hinds   85'
Attendance: 3,631
Referee: Kenny Clark

Hibernian2–1Queen of the South
Riordan   11'   23' Burke   pen90'
Easter Road, Edinburgh
Attendance: 7,613
Referee: Mike McCurry

Rangers6–0Forfar Athletic
Nerlinger   15'   53'   70', Løvenkrands   22', Capucho   50', Østenstad   75'
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Attendance: 26,327
Referee: Stuart Dougal

St Johnstone3–2Dunfermline Athletic
Donnelly   9', Dods   70', MacDonald   73' Crawford   80', Young   83'
Attendance: 2,769

Clyde2–5Dundee
Keogh   2', Gilhaney   76' Novo   4', Wilkie   66', Ravanelli   73'   74'   80'
Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld
Attendance: 1,701

Dundee United0–1Livingston
Gallacher   19og'
Attendance: 2,899
Referee: Willie Young

Hearts2–1Falkirk
de Vries   54', Kirk   86' Latapy   58'
Attendance: 8,649

Partick Thistle0–2Celtic
Beattie   31', Smith   75',
Firhill, Glasgow
Attendance: 5,700
Referee: Mike McCurry

Quarter-finalsEdit

Aberdeen2 – 3 (a.e.t.)Livingston
Tosh   34'   59' Lilley   15'
Pasquinelli   50'
Makel   99'
Attendance: 6,090
Referee: Stuart Dougal

Dundee1 – 0 (a.e.t.)Hearts
Linn   107'
Dens Park, Dundee
Attendance: 7,130
Referee: Willie Young

Rangers3–0St Johnstone
Burke   16'
Østenstad   59'
Mols   90'
Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow
Attendance: 29,395

Hibernian2–1Celtic
Brebner   64' (pen.)
Thomson   82'
Varga   56'
Easter Road, Edinburgh
Attendance: 9,246

Semi-finalsEdit

Dundee0–1Livingston
Lilley   90' (pen.)
Easter Road, Edinburgh
Attendance: 6,600
Referee: Mike McCurry

Hibernian1 – 1 (a.e.t.)
(4 – 3 pen.)
Rangers
Dobbie   79' Mols   40'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 27,954
Referee: Kenny Clark

FinalEdit

Hibernian0–2Livingston
Lilley   50'
McAllister   52'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 45,500
Referee: Willie Young