2019–20 Scottish Cup

The 2019–20 Scottish Cup was the 135th season of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The tournament was sponsored by bookmaker William Hill in what was the final season of a nine-year partnership, after contract negotiations saw the initial five-year contract extended for an additional four years in October 2015.[1] This was the first season in which a match from every round of the tournament proper is broadcast live via TV partners Premier Sports and BBC Scotland, with one match per rounds 1–3 being shown live on the BBC Scotland channel for the first time.[2]

2019–20 William Hill Scottish Cup
Country Scotland
Teams102
Defending championsCeltic
ChampionsCeltic
Runners-upHeart of Midlothian
Matches played114
Goals scored408 (3.58 per match)
Top goal scorer(s)Sean Stewart (6 goals)
All statistics correct as of 20 December 2020.

On 13 March 2020, the competition was indefinitely suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[3] The competition resumed with the semi-finals on the weekend of 31 October and was completed with the final on 20 December 2020. The three matches at Hampden Park were played behind closed doors due to Scottish Government restrictions.

The defending champions were Celtic who won the 2019 Scottish Cup Final on 25 May 2019.[4]

CalendarEdit

The calendar for the 2019–20 Scottish Cup, as announced by Scottish Football Association.[5]

Round Main date Number of fixtures Clubs New Entries Leagues entering at this round
Preliminary Round 1 10 August 2019 13 102 → 89 27
Preliminary Round 2 31 August 2019 7 89 → 82 None
First Round 21 September 2019 18 82 → 64 29 16 Highland League teams
13 Lowland League teams
Second Round 19 October 2019 16 64 → 48 14 10 League Two teams
1 Highland League team
3 Lowland League teams
Third Round 23 November 2019 16 48 → 32 16 6 Championship teams
10 League One teams
Fourth Round 18 January 2020 16 32 → 16 16 12 Premiership teams
4 Championship teams
Fifth Round 8 February 2020 8 16 → 8 None
Quarter-Finals 29 February 2020 4 8 → 4 None
Semi-Finals 11 April 2020 2 4 → 2 None
Final 9 May 2020[6] 1 2 → 1 None

Preliminary roundsEdit

The first preliminary round took place on 10 August 2019 and the second preliminary round took place on 31 August 2019. A total of 27 teams competed in the preliminary rounds with seven teams advancing to the first round.

DrawEdit

The draw for the preliminary rounds took place on Thursday, 18 July 2019 at Hampden Park and was made by Scotland internationals Lee Alexander and Leanne Crichton.[7]

27 clubs were involved in the draw, of which one received a bye to the second preliminary round, while the other 26 entered the first preliminary round. The teams competing in these rounds were made up of teams from the East of Scotland Football League (16), South of Scotland Football League (4), North Caledonian Football League (1), Scottish Junior Football Association (4) and the Scottish Amateur Football Association (2).

Blackburn United, Broxburn Athletic, Dundonald Bluebell, Easthouses Lily Miners Welfare, Hill of Beath Hawthorn, Jeanfield Swifts, and Penicuik Athletic took part in the Scottish Cup for the first time having each gained their Club Licence, along with Camelon Juniors who made their debut as 2018–19 South & East Cup-Winners Shield winners.

There were three parts to the draw. The first part determined which club, from the 23 eligible, received a bye to the second preliminary round. The clubs which did not receive a bye into the second preliminary round entered the first preliminary round. Thirteen ties were then drawn in the first preliminary round to be played on Saturday, 10 August 2019. The final part of the draw saw seven ties drawn in the second preliminary round to be played on Saturday, 31 August 2019.

Clubs with a valid Club Licence at the date of the draw were eligible for a bye to the second preliminary round.[8] Teams in Bold advanced to the first round.

Clubs eligible for a bye Clubs participating in the first preliminary round draw
  1. Banks O’Dee
  2. Blackburn United
  3. Broxburn Athletic
  4. Burntisland Shipyard
  5. Coldstream
  6. Dundonald Bluebell
  7. Easthouses Lily Miners Welfare
  8. Girvan
  9. Glasgow University
  10. Golspie Sutherland
  11. Hawick Royal Albert United
  12. Hill of Beath Hawthorn
  13. Jeanfield Swifts
  14. Linlithgow Rose
  15. Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale
  16. Newton Stewart
  17. Penicuik Athletic
  18. Preston Athletic
  19. St Cuthbert Wanderers
  20. Threave Rovers
  21. Tynecastle
  22. Whitehill Welfare
  23. Wigtown & Bladnoch
  1. Auchinleck Talbot (2018–19 West Region Premiership & Junior Cup winners)
  2. Camelon Juniors (2018–19 South & East of Scotland Cup-Winners Shield)
  3. Colville Park (2018–19 Scottish Amateur Cup winners)
  4. Lochee United (2018–19 East Superleague winners)

Preliminary round oneEdit

Golspie Sutherland received a bye to preliminary round two.

MatchesEdit

10 August 2019 Linlithgow Rose 2–1Preston AthleticLinlithgow
14:30
  • Slaven   48'
  • Smith   55'
[9] Grotlin   83' Stadium: Prestonfield
Attendance: 328
Referee: Jordan Paterson
10 August 2019 St Cuthbert Wanderers1–7 Girvan Kirkcudbright
15:00 Lawrie   60' [10]
  • Harvey   23'43'
  • Bell   47'81'89'
  • Thirtle   62'
  • Love   77'
Stadium: St Mary's Park
Referee: Stewart Luke
10 August 2019 Broxburn Athletic 2–0TynecastleBroxburn
15:00
  • Kelly   10'
  • Miller   20'
[11] Stadium: Albyn Park
Attendance: 177
Referee: Craig Napier
10 August 2019 Banks O’Dee 5–0Glasgow UniversityAberdeen
15:00
  • Gilmour   15'
  • Henderson   54'67'
  • Hall   69'
  • Armstrong   73'
[12] Stadium: Spain Park
Referee: Greg Soutar
10 August 2019 Hill of Beath Hawthorn 2–0Blackburn UnitedHill of Beath
15:00
  • Watt   5'
  • Elder   83'
[13] Stadium: Keir's Park
Attendance: 219
Referee: Duncan Williams
10 August 2019 Easthouses Lily Miners Welfare1–6 Penicuik Athletic Easthouses
15:00 Young   50' [14]
  • Somerville   21'
  • Stewart   30'55'66'
  • Jones   33'
  • Viola   68'
Stadium: Newbattle Complex
Attendance: 188
Referee: Alastair Grieve
10 August 2019 Dundonald Bluebell2–2Auchinleck TalbotCardenden
15:00
  • J. Smith   73'
  • Ness   74'
[15]
  • Samson   23'
  • G. Wilson   76' (pen)
Stadium: Moorside Park
Attendance: 604
Referee: Grant Irvine
10 August 2019 Camelon Juniors 4–0Newton StewartCamelon
15:00
  • McKenzie   54'
  • Daramola   67'
  • McMullan   82'87'
[16] Stadium: Carmuirs Park
Attendance: 232
Referee: Chris Gentles
10 August 2019 Coldstream1–9 Jeanfield Swifts Coldstream
15:00 Briggs   45' [17]
  • Smith   5'28'68'
  • McLaren   25'
  • Sinclair   27'
  • Kennedy   65'
  • Scott   83'86'88'
Stadium: Home Park
Attendance: 170
Referee: Craig Wilson
10 August 2019 Hawick Royal Albert United1–6 Threave Rovers Hawick
15:00 Scott   85' [18]
  • Jamieson   29'
  • Thom   35'84'
  • Milligan   39'57'61'
Stadium: Albert Park
Attendance: 101
Referee: Alex Shepherd
10 August 2019 Lochee United 7–0Burntisland ShipyardDundee
15:00
  • Ritchie   1'60'
  • Cavanagh   9'
  • Millar   14'
  • Buchan   43'49'
  • Blair   47'
[19] Stadium: Thomson Park
Attendance: 160
Referee: Steven Kirkland
17 August 2019 Lothian Thistle Hutchison Vale 5–0Wigtown & BladnochBroxburn
16:00
  • Wringe   5'13'
  • Cunningham   39'
  • Moore   28'
  • Hendry   78'
[20] Stadium: Albyn Park
Referee: Chris McNab
18 August 2019 Colville Park0–4 Whitehill Welfare Glasgow
14:00 [21]
  • Somerville   12'
  • Lough   37'
  • McIlroy   43' (o.g.)
  • Connell   83'
Stadium: New Tinto Park
Referee: William Wilson

ReplayEdit

17 August 2019 Auchinleck Talbot 6–1Dundonald BluebellAuchinleck
15:00
  • Samson   4'56'
  • G. Wilson   19'
  • Glasgow   39'41'
  • Shankland   82'
[22] Gay   81' Stadium: Beechwood Park
Referee: Grant Irvine

Preliminary round twoEdit

MatchesEdit

31 August 2019 Whitehill Welfare0–1 Penicuik Athletic Rosewell
14:30 [23] McCrory-Irving   57' Stadium: Ferguson Park
Attendance: 226
Referee: Robert Thomson
31 August 2019 Girvan0–1 Broxburn Athletic Girvan
15:00 [24] Kelly   12' Stadium: Hamilton Park
Referee: Ryan Lee
31 August 2019 Banks O’Dee 2–0Golspie SutherlandAberdeen
15:00
  • MacLeod   38'
  • Philipson   68'
[25] Stadium: Spain Park
Referee: Jordan Curran
31 August 2019 Threave Rovers0–2 Hill of Beath Hawthorn Castle Douglas
15:00 [26]
  • Kinninmonth   26'
  • Lumsden   90+3'
Stadium: Meadow Park
Attendance: 93
Referee: Matthew MacDermid
31 August 2019 Lochee United 5–2Lothian Thistle Hutchison ValeDundee
15:00
  • Cavanagh   3'
  • McComiskie   13'90'
  • Millar   84'
  • Milne   54'
[27]
  • Wringe   43'
  • Smith   69'
Stadium: Thomson Park
Referee: Iain Snedden
31 August 2019 Camelon Juniors0–2 Auchinleck Talbot Camelon
15:00 [28]
  • Shankland   19'
  • Samson   86'
Stadium: Carmuirs Park
Attendance: 625
Referee: Mike Roncone
7 September 2019 Jeanfield Swifts2–5 Linlithgow Rose Perth
15:00
  • Davies   67'
  • Scott   75'
[29]
  • Allum   13'76'
  • Coyne   32'56'
  • MacLennan   90'
Stadium: Riverside Stadium
Attendance: 340
Referee: Barry Cook

First roundEdit

The first round took place on the weekend of 21 September 2019. Along with the seven winners from the second preliminary round, there were 29 new entries at this stage - 16 from the Highland Football League and 13 from the Lowland Football League.[8]

DrawEdit

The draw for the first round took place on Sunday 1 September 2019 during Sportscene live on BBC Scotland and was made by Scotland squad members Stephen O'Donnell and Craig MacGillivray.[30]

Teams in Italics were not known at the time of the draw. Teams in Bold advanced to the second round.

Highland League Lowland League Other

East of Scotland teams

SJFA teams

MatchesEdit

20 September 2019 Kelty Hearts0–3 Auchinleck Talbot Kelty
19:05 [31]
  • McCracken   20'
  • Samson   44'
  • Shankland   50'
Stadium: New Central Park
Attendance: 1,633
Referee: Mike Roncone
21 September 2019 Broxburn Athletic 3–2East StirlingshireBroxburn
15:00 Miller   4'12'90' [32]
Stadium: Albyn Park
Referee: Dan McFarlane
21 September 2019 Buckie Thistle 4–1Civil Service StrollersBuckie
15:00
  • Munro   4'
  • MacAskill   17'
  • Fraser   36'
  • Cowie   74'
[33] Muirhead   62' Stadium: Victoria Park
Referee: Jordan Curran
21 September 2019 Caledonian Braves3–4 Rothes Motherwell
15:00
  • McNeil   54'
  • Galasso   81'
  • McDowall   89'
[34]
  • Sutherland   16'52'
  • Cormack   18'77'
Stadium: Alliance Park
Referee: Michael McCart
21 September 2019 Cumbernauld Colts1–5 Penicuik Athletic Cumbernauld
15:00 Holmes   69' [35]
  • Stewart   29'78'
  • Stevenson   37'
  • Ponton   41'
  • Jones   87'
Stadium: Broadwood Stadium
Referee: Liam Duncan
21 September 2019 Dalbeattie Star1–3 Gala Fairydean Rovers Dalbeattie
15:00 Sloan   61' [36]
  • Galantes   25'
  • Kelly   32'
  • Murray   71'
Stadium: Islecroft Stadium
Referee: Calum Scott
21 September 2019 Edinburgh University1–3 Lochee United Edinburgh
15:00 Baird   75' [37]
  • McComiskie   58'81'
  • Lawson   90+3'
Stadium: East Peffermill
Referee: Kevin Graham
21 September 2019 Forres Mechanics1–4 Banks O’Dee Forres
15:00 Duncanson   50' [38]
  • Armstrong   54'
  • Gilmour   68'
  • Winton   86'
  • Binnie   90+2'
Stadium: Mosset Park
Referee: Colin Whyte
21 September 2019 Fort William 5–0Vale of LeithenFort William
15:00
  • Andrew   5'
  • Nevison   47'
  • Gunn   58'73'
  • Kennedy   75'
[39] Stadium: Claggan Park
Referee: Connor Ashwood
21 September 2019 Fraserburgh0–1 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic Fraserburgh
15:00 [40] Hunter   89' Stadium: Bellslea Park
Referee: Scott Leslie
21 September 2019 Gretna 2008 1–0Hill of Beath HawthornGretna
15:00 Smales   60' [41] Stadium: Raydale Park
Referee: Matthew MacDermid
21 September 2019 Inverurie Loco Works 3–2Wick AcademyInverurie
15:00 Angus   55'67'71' [42] Gunn   6'32' Stadium: Harlaw Park
Referee: George Calder
21 September 2019 Linlithgow Rose 1–0HuntlyLinlithgow
15:00 Coyne   60' [43] Stadium: Prestonfield
Referee: William Wilson
21 September 2019 Keith2–3 Stirling University Keith
15:00
  • MacAskill   48'
  • Keith   59'
[44]
  • Doan   38'
  • Burrows   68'
  • Heath   73'
Stadium: Kynoch Park
Referee: Stewart Luke
21 September 2019 Nairn County0–0ClachnacuddinNairn
15:00 [45] Stadium: Station Park
Referee: Ryan Lee
21 September 2019 Spartans1–1DeveronvaleEdinburgh
15:00 Dawson   26' [46] Noble   34' Stadium: Ainslie Park
Referee: Gary Hanvidge
21 September 2019 Strathspey Thistle 2–1LossiemouthGrantown-on-Spey
15:00
  • Rennie   24'
  • Taylor   50'
[47] Allen   49' Stadium: Seafield Park
Referee: Filippo Mazzoni
21 September 2019 Turriff United1–5 Formartine United Turriff
15:00 Grant   50' [48]
  • Kelly   15'
  • Wood   23'
  • Lisle   32'
  • Buxton   55' (o.g.)
  • McGowan   68'
Stadium: The Haughs
Referee: Bart Misiak

ReplaysEdit

28 September 2019 Clachnacuddin 2–1Nairn CountyInverness
15:00
  • Lawrie   22'
  • Webb   78'
[49] Shewan   90' Stadium: Grant Street Park
30 September 2019 Deveronvale1–2 Spartans Banff
20:00 Dunbar   33' [50]
  • Murrell   21'
  • Reid   90'
Stadium: Princess Royal Park

Second roundEdit

The second round took place on the weekend of 19 October 2019. Along with the 18 winners from the first round, there were 14 new entries at this stage - one from the Highland Football League (Brora Rangers), three from the Lowland Football League (Berwick Rangers, BSC Glasgow and East Kilbride) and all 10 teams from League Two.[8]

DrawEdit

The draw for the second round took place on Sunday 22 September 2019 during Sportscene live on BBC Scotland and was made by Kenny Miller and Kris Doolan.[51]

Teams in italics were not known at the time of the draw. Teams in Bold advanced to the third round.

League Two Highland League Lowland League Other

East of Scotland teams

SJFA teams

MatchesEdit

18 October 2019 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic 2–0Buckie ThistleBonnyrigg
19:05
  • Stewart   54'
  • Hunter   67'
[52] Stadium: New Dundas Park
Attendance: 1,693
18 October 2019 Edinburgh City 3–1Banks O' DeeEdinburgh
19:30
[53] Winton   40' Stadium: Ainslie Park
Attendance: 205
19 October 2019 Auchinleck Talbot 1–0Cove RangersAuchinleck
14:30 Hyslop   88' [54] Stadium: Beechwood Park
Attendance: 750
Referee: Kevin Graham
19 October 2019 Albion Rovers1–1Fort WilliamCoatbridge
15:00 Breen   33' [55] Hastings   80' Stadium: Cliftonhill
Attendance: 489
Referee: Craig Napier
19 October 2019 East Kilbride 3–1Gretna 2008East Kilbride
15:00
  • Woods   5'
  • McGrath   21'80'
[56] Rogers   18' Stadium: K-Park Training Academy
Attendance: 237
Referee: William Wilson
19 October 2019 Cowdenbeath1–1Broxburn AthleticCowdenbeath
15:00 Cox   74' [57] Locke   88' Stadium: Central Park
Attendance: 767
Referee: Chris Graham
19 October 2019 Clachnacuddin0–7 Brora Rangers Inverness
15:00 [58]
  • Brindle   17'21'
  • MacDonald   38'70'
  • Pickles   41'
  • Wagenaar   67'
  • MacLean   83'
Stadium: Grant Street Park
Referee: Connor Ashwood
19 October 2019 Rothes1–3 Inverurie Loco Works Rothes
15:00 Maley   90' [59]
  • Angus   22'32'
  • McLean   51'
Stadium: Mackessack Park
Attendance: 200
Referee: Jordan Paterson
19 October 2019 Spartans0–2 Queen's Park Edinburgh
15:00 [60]
  • Agyeman   33'
  • Galt   34'
Stadium: Ainslie Park
Attendance: 411
Referee: Graham Grainger
19 October 2019 Elgin City 3–1Berwick RangersElgin
15:00
[61] Barr   31' Stadium: Borough Briggs
Attendance: 554
Referee: Calum Scott
19 October 2019 Formartine United2–2Gala Fairydean RoversPitmedden
15:00
  • Wood   49'
  • Park   78'
[62]
  • MacKenzie   36'
  • Campbell   68'
Stadium: North Lodge Park
Referee: Stewart Luke
19 October 2019 Annan Athletic2–2Brechin CityAnnan
15:00 Muir   28'40' [63]
Stadium: Galabank
Attendance: 274
Referee: Colin Steven
19 October 2019 Lochee United1–1BSC GlasgowDundee
15:00 Lawson   37' [64] McMillan   50' Stadium: Thomson Park
Attendance: 270
Referee: Dan McFarlane
19 October 2019 Stirling Albion 2–0Strathspey ThistleStirling
15:00 Heaver   8'45' [65] Stadium: Forthbank Stadium
Attendance: 411
Referee: Chris Fordyce
20 October 2019 Stirling University0–2 Linlithgow Rose Stirling
15:00 [66] Coyne   50' (pen.)90' Stadium: Forthbank Stadium
Attendance: 455
Referee: Jordan Curran
26 October 2019 Penicuik Athletic 3–0StenhousemuirPenicuik
14:30
  • Stevenson   51'
  • Baptie   56'
  • Stewart   83'
[67] Stadium: Penicuik Park
Attendance: 1,249
Referee: Lloyd Wilson

ReplaysEdit

26 October 2019 Brechin City0–2 Annan Athletic Brechin
15:00 [68] McLean   61'90' (pen.) Stadium: Glebe Park
Attendance: 258
Referee: Colin Steven
26 October 2019 Broxburn Athletic 3–0CowdenbeathBroxburn
15:00
  • Miller   43'
  • Scott   73'
  • Kelly   82'
[69] Stadium: Albyn Park
Attendance: 1,059
Referee: Chris Graham
26 October 2019 Fort William0–5 Albion Rovers Fort William
15:00 [70]
  • Breen   19'
  • See   21'27'
  • Osadolor   43'
  • Roberts   87'
Stadium: Claggan Park
Referee: Duncan Williams
26 October 2019 Gala Fairydean Rovers1–2 Formartine United Galashiels
15:00 Campbell   67' [71]
  • Wood   59'
  • Smith   73'
Stadium: Netherdale
Attendance: 200
Referee: Stewart Luke
27 October 2019 BSC Glasgow 2–1Lochee UnitedAlloa
15:30
  • McKay   28'
  • Hamilton   54'
[72] Davie   85' (pen.) Stadium: Recreation Park
Referee: Dan McFarlane

Third roundEdit

The third round took place on the weekend of 23 November 2019. Along with the 16 winners from the second round, there were 16 new entries at this stage - all 10 from League One, and six from the Championship.[8]

DrawEdit

The draw for the third round took place on Sunday 20 October 2019 during Sportscene live on BBC Scotland.[73]

Teams in Italics were not known at the time of the draw. Teams in Bold advanced to the fourth round.

Championship League One League Two Other

Highland League teams

Lowland League teams

East of Scotland teams

SJFA teams

MatchesEdit

22 November 2019 Linlithgow Rose1–4 Falkirk Linlithgow
19:05 Coyne   20' [74]
Stadium: Prestonfield
Attendance: 1,720
Referee: Grant Irvine
23 November 2019 Auchinleck Talbot1–1ArbroathAuchinleck
13:45 Hyslop   11' [75] McKenna   84' (pen.) Stadium: Beechwood Park
Attendance: 921
Referee: David Lowe
23 November 2019 Stranraer 1–0Dunfermline AthleticStranraer
15:00 Hilton   61' (pen.) [76] Stadium: Stair Park
Attendance: 431
Referee: Alan Newlands
23 November 2019 Dumbarton 3–1Forfar AthleticDumbarton
15:00
[77] Tapping   20' Stadium: Dumbarton Football Stadium
Attendance: 424
Referee: Craig Fordyce
23 November 2019 Raith Rovers 1–0PeterheadKirkcaldy
15:00 Bowie   3' [78] Stadium: Stark's Park
Attendance: 1,306
Referee: Steven Reid
23 November 2019 Elgin City1–3 Alloa Athletic Elgin
15:00 MacEwan   26' [79]
Stadium: Borough Briggs
Attendance: 668
Referee: Scott Lambie
23 November 2019 Greenock Morton1–1Brora RangersGreenock
15:00 McHugh   44' (pen.) [80] Gillespie   29' (pen.) Stadium: Cappielow
Attendance: 925
Referee: Craig Napier
23 November 2019 Formartine United0–4 East Kilbride Pitmedden
15:00 [81]
Stadium: North Lodge Park
Referee: Graham Grainger
23 November 2019 Partick Thistle 1–0Penicuik AthleticGlasgow
15:00 Cole   1' [82] Stadium: Firhill Stadium
Attendance: 3,165
Referee: Mike Roncone
23 November 2019 Albion Rovers1–4 Airdrieonians Coatbridge
15:00 Crighton   51' (o.g.) [83]
  • Roberts   13'
  • Crighton   60'83'
  • MacDonald   87'
Stadium: Cliftonhill
Attendance: 1,127
Referee: Kevin Graham
23 November 2019 Queen of the South1–2 Queen's Park Dumfries
15:00 Murray   90+2' [84] Kouider-Aïssa   15'30' Stadium: Palmerston Park
Attendance: 1,066
Referee: David Dickinson
23 November 2019 Edinburgh City 4–3Annan AthleticEdinburgh
15:00
[85]
  • Flanagan   48'80'
  • Muir   69' (pen.)
Stadium: Ainslie Park
Attendance: 176
Referee: Duncan Williams
23 November 2019 Stirling Albion0–2 Clyde Stirling
15:00 [86]
Stadium: Forthbank Stadium
Attendance: 820
Referee: Lloyd Wilson
23 November 2019 East Fife3–4 BSC Glasgow Methil
15:00
[87]
  • Orr   5'90+1'
  • Collins   57'
  • Hughes   76' (pen.)
Stadium: Bayview Stadium
Attendance: 484
Referee: Matthew McDermid
23 November 2019 Inverurie Loco Works0–1 Broxburn Athletic Inverurie
15:00 [88] Miller   84' Stadium: Harlaw Park
Referee: Calum Scott
23 November 2019 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic 2–1MontroseBonnyrigg
15:00
  • Moyes   18'
  • Brown   45+1'
[89] R. Campbell   43' Stadium: New Dundas Park
Attendance: 2,017
Referee: John McKendrick

ReplaysEdit

27 November 2019 Arbroath 3–0Auchinleck TalbotArbroath
19:45
[90] Stadium: Gayfield Park
Attendance: 1,022
Referee: David Lowe
3 December 2019 Brora Rangers1–3 Greenock Morton Brora
19:45 Williamson   65' [91]
Stadium: Dudgeon Park
Attendance: 497
Referee: Craig Napier

Fourth roundEdit

The fourth round took place on the weekend of 18 January 2020. Along with the 16 winners from the third round, there were 16 new entries at this stage - the remaining four clubs from the Championship, and all 12 from the Premiership.[8]

DrawEdit

The draw for the fourth round took place on Sunday 24 November 2019 during Sportscene live on BBC Scotland.[92] Broxburn Athletic, the lowest ranked team left in the competition, were drawn against Premiership club St Mirren (54 places above them), representing the biggest league position gap between two teams in the competition's history since the pyramid system was introduced.

Teams in Italics were not known at the time of the draw. Teams in Bold advanced to the fifth round.

Premiership Championship League One League Two Other

Lowland League teams

East of Scotland teams

MatchesEdit

17 January 2020 Rangers 2–0StranraerGlasgow
19:45
[93] Stadium: Ibrox Stadium
Attendance: 38,560
Referee: John Beaton
18 January 2020 St Mirren 3–0Broxburn AthleticPaisley
15:00
[94] Stadium: St Mirren Park
Attendance: 4,327
Referee: David Munro
18 January 2020 Kilmarnock 6–0Queen's ParkKilmarnock
15:00
[95] Stadium: Rugby Park
Attendance: 4,198
Referee: Colin Steven
18 January 2020 Heart of Midlothian 5–0AirdrieoniansEdinburgh
15:00
[96] Stadium: Tynecastle Park
Attendance: 14,777
Referee: Don Robertson
18 January 2020 Alloa Athletic2–3 Inverness Caledonian Thistle Alloa
15:00
[97]
Stadium: Recreation Park
Attendance: 590
Referee: Willie Collum
18 January 2020 Livingston 3–1Raith RoversLivingston
15:00
[98] Baird   22' Stadium: Almondvale Stadium
Attendance: 1,725
Referee: Alan Newlands
18 January 2020 Arbroath0–0FalkirkArbroath
15:00 [99] Stadium: Gayfield Park
Attendance: 1,733
Referee: Greg Aitken
18 January 2020 Ayr United 1–0Ross CountyAyr
15:00 Bell   37' [100] Stadium: Somerset Park
Attendance: 1,538
Referee: Andrew Dallas
18 January 2020 Aberdeen 1–0DumbartonAberdeen
15:00 Cosgrove   86' (pen.) [101] Stadium: Pittodrie Stadium
Attendance: 10,010
Referee: Gavin Duncan
18 January 2020 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic0–1 Clyde Bonnyrigg
15:00 [102] Love   80' Stadium: New Dundas Park
Attendance: 2,213
Referee: Peter Stuart
18 January 2020 St Johnstone 3–0Greenock MortonPerth
15:00
[103] Stadium: McDiarmid Park
Attendance: 2,397
Referee: Nick Walsh
18 January 2020 Hamilton Academical 5–0Edinburgh CityHamilton
15:00
[104] Stadium: New Douglas Park
Attendance: 1,040
Referee: Euan Anderson
18 January 2020 East Kilbride1–3 BSC Glasgow East Kilbride
15:00 Malcolm   79' (pen.) [105]
Stadium: K-Park Training Academy
Attendance: 671
Referee: Calum Scott
18 January 2020 Partick Thistle1–2 Celtic Glasgow
17:30 Bannigan   90+3' (pen.) [106]
Stadium: Firhill Stadium
Attendance: 9,542
Referee: Alan Muir
18 January 2020 Dundee0–3 Motherwell Dundee
19:20 [107] Long   22'30'75' Stadium: Dens Park
Attendance: 2,407
Referee: Steven McLean
19 January 2020 Dundee United2–2HibernianDundee
15:00
[108]
Stadium: Tannadice Park
Attendance: 9,400
Referee: Kevin Clancy

ReplaysEdit

28 January 2020 Falkirk 2–0ArbroathFalkirk
19:45
[109] Stadium: Falkirk Stadium
Attendance: 2,704
Referee: Euan Anderson
28 January 2020 Hibernian 4–2Dundee UnitedEdinburgh
19:45
[110]
Stadium: Easter Road
Attendance: 10,541
Referee: Kevin Clancy

Fifth roundEdit

DrawEdit

The draw for the fifth round took place on Sunday 19 January 2020 during Sportscene live on BBC Scotland.[111]

Teams in italics were unknown at the time of the draw.

Teams in Bold advanced to the quarter-finals.

Premiership Championship League One Lowland League

Following on from a campaign in England's FA Cup, all matches kicked-off one minute later than originally scheduled to raise awareness and encourage supporters to talk about their mental health.[112][113]

MatchesEdit

8 February 2020 Hamilton Academical1–4 Rangers Hamilton
12:31 Smith   38' [114]
Stadium: New Douglas Park
Attendance: 4,050
Referee: Alan Muir
8 February 2020 Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1–0LivingstonInverness
15:01 Welsh   61' [115] Stadium: Caledonian Stadium
Attendance: 1,512
Referee: Don Robertson
8 February 2020 St Mirren1–1MotherwellPaisley
15:01 Jakubiak   74' [116] O'Hara   21' Stadium: St Mirren Park
Attendance: 4,323
Referee: Andrew Dallas
8 February 2020 Ayr United1–2 St Johnstone Ayr
15:01 Drinan   4' [117]
Stadium: Somerset Park
Attendance: 2,625
Referee: Steven McLean
8 February 2020 Aberdeen0–0KilmarnockAberdeen
15:01 [118] Stadium: Pittodrie Stadium
Attendance: 9,430
Referee: Nick Walsh
8 February 2020 Falkirk0–1 Heart of Midlothian Falkirk
19:21 [119] Clare   50' (pen.) Stadium: Falkirk Stadium
Attendance: 5,976
Referee: John Beaton
9 February 2020 BSC Glasgow1–4 Hibernian Alloa
12:01 Smith   38' [120]
Stadium: Recreation Park
Attendance: 2,120
Referee: Alan Newlands
9 February 2020 Clyde0–3 Celtic Cumbernauld
14:01 [121]
Stadium: Broadwood Stadium
Referee: Bobby Madden

ReplaysEdit

18 February 2020 Motherwell4–4 (a.e.t.)
(2–3 p)
St Mirren Motherwell
19:45
[122]
Stadium: Fir Park
Attendance: 4,534
Referee: Gavin Duncan
Penalties
19 February 2020 Kilmarnock3–4 (a.e.t.) Aberdeen Kilmarnock
19:45
[123]
Stadium: Rugby Park
Attendance: 5,658
Referee: Nick Walsh

Quarter-finalsEdit

The quarter-finals were scheduled to take place over the weekend of 29 February 2020.

DrawEdit

The draw for the quarter-finals took place on Sunday 9 February 2020 following the Clyde-Celtic match live on Premier Sports 1. The draw was also live on the Premier Sports Facebook and Twitter pages and the Scottish Cup Facebook and Twitter pages and the BBC Sport website.[124][125]

Teams in Italics were unknown at the time of the draw.

Teams in Bold advanced to the semi-finals.

Premiership Championship

MatchesEdit

28 February 2020 Hibernian 5–2Inverness Caledonian ThistleEdinburgh
19:45
[126]
Stadium: Easter Road
Attendance: 9,937
Referee: Nick Walsh
29 February 2020 Heart of Midlothian 1–0RangersEdinburgh
17:30 Bozanic   58' [127] Stadium: Tynecastle Park
Attendance: 11,428
Referee: Steven McLean
29 February 2020 St Mirren0–2 Aberdeen Paisley
19:20 [128]
Stadium: St Mirren Park
Attendance: 4,479
Referee: Don Robertson
1 March 2020 St Johnstone0–1 Celtic Perth
15:00 [129] Christie   81' Stadium: McDiarmid Park
Attendance: 8,181
Referee: Bobby Madden

Semi-finalsEdit

The semi-finals were originally scheduled to take place at Hampden Park over the weekend of 11 April 2020 but were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[3]

DrawEdit

The draw for the semi-finals took place on Sunday 1 March 2020 following the St Johnstone-Celtic match live on Premier Sports 1. The draw was also live on the Scottish Cup Twitter page.[130][131]

Premiership
31 October 2020 Heart of Midlothian 2–1 (a.e.t.)HibernianGlasgow
17:00
Report
Stadium: Hampden Park
Attendance: 0
Referee: Willie Collum
1 November 2020 Celtic 2–0AberdeenGlasgow
14:30
Report Stadium: Hampden Park
Attendance: 0
Referee: Don Robertson

FinalEdit

The final was originally scheduled to be played on 9 May 2020 at Hampden Park in Glasgow, but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.[132][133] On 21 July, it was rescheduled for 20 December.[134]

Celtic3–3 (a.e.t.)Heart of Midlothian
Report
Penalties
4–3
Attendance: 0
Referee: John Beaton

BroadcastingEdit

The Scottish Cup is broadcast by Premier Sports and BBC Scotland. Premier Sports has the first 2 picks of Round 4 and Round 5, the quarter-finals as well as first pick of one semi-final and will air the final non-exclusively. BBC Scotland will broadcast one match per round from the first to third rounds and two matches per round from the fourth round to the quarter-finals, as well as one semi-final and the final.[2]

The following matches are to be broadcast live on UK television:

Round BBC Scotland Premier Sports
First round Kelty Hearts v Auchinleck Talbot[135] Does not appear
Second round Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic v Buckie Thistle[136] Does not appear
Third round Linlithgow Rose v Falkirk[137] Does not appear
Fourth round Dundee v Motherwell
Dundee United v Hibernian[138]
Rangers v Stranraer
Partick Thistle v Celtic[138]
Fifth round BSC Glasgow v Hibernian
Falkirk v Heart of Midlothian[139]
Hamilton Academical v Rangers
Clyde v Celtic[139]
Quarter-finals Hibernian v Inverness Caledonian Thistle
St Mirren v Aberdeen[140]
Heart of Midlothian v Rangers
St Johnstone v Celtic[140]
Semi-finals Heart of Midlothian v Hibernian[141] Heart of Midlothian v Hibernian
Celtic v Aberdeen[141]
Final Celtic v Heart of Midlothian

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