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Scottish Junior Cup

The Scottish Junior Cup is an annual football competition organised by the Scottish Junior Football Association for its member clubs. The competition has been held every year since the inception of the SJFA in 1886 and, as of the 2019–20 edition, has 132 teams competing in the tournament. The cup has an unseeded knockout format with semi-finals over two legs and the final played at a neutral venue, always that of an SPFL club.

Scottish Junior Cup
Organising bodyScottish Junior Football Association
Founded1886; 133 years ago (1886)
RegionScotland
Number of teams132 (2019–20)
Current championsAuchinleck Talbot (13th title)
Most successful club(s)Auchinleck Talbot (13 titles)
2019–20 Scottish Junior Cup

Since the 2006–07 season, the winner of the Junior Cup Final has qualified for the following season's senior Scottish Cup.[1] The competition is named the Macron Scottish Cup for sponsorship reasons.[2]

Auchinleck Talbot are the current holders, after defeating Largs Thistle 2–0 on 2 June 2019 at New Douglas Park, Hamilton.[3]

Cup historyEdit

The Cup has been competed for since the 1886–87 season, when Fairfield Govan became the first winners. The SJFA purchased an exact replica in 2007, to replace the original which was showing its age.

Auchinleck Talbot are the most successful club, winning the trophy 13 times to date, including winning it three times in a row from 1986 to 1988.[4]

The record attendance for a Junior Cup Final is 77,650 for the 1951 final between Petershill and Irvine Meadow XI.[5]

In 2010, Linlithgow Rose lifted the Scottish Junior Cup for the fourth time in their history and third in a decade. They now join a small group of teams that have managed to lift the cup more than three times.

SponsorshipEdit

The cup's long-term sponsor, the OVD Demerara Rum company, which, as of 2006, had an eighteen-year-long association with the competition, withdrew their backing before the start of the 2006–07 competition. Unlike most other sponsored contests whose names change often, OVD had become so ingrained into the Scottish Junior Cup that it was often simply referred to as the "OVD Junior Cup". The Scottish Junior Football Association announced in 2006 that they would provide the sponsorship and prize money themselves, meaning the cup will be known simply as the Scottish Junior Cup. A new sponsor was found during the 2006–07 competition for the Semi-Finals and Final - Scottish Citylink, a long distance coach operator. The competition was sponsored by Emirates between 2009 and 2013.[6] The tournament was without a sponsor in 2013–14 with construction company Barr sponsoring the final only, then the SJFA entered a partnership with Dementia Scotland for the latter stages of the 2014–15 competition.[7][8]

The cup had been without a sponsor since ETHX Energy sponsored the 2015-16 competition,[9] however from 2018, sportswear company Macron sponsored the tournament.[2]

FinalsEdit

  • (R) = Won after a replay/2nd replay.
  • (aet) = Result after extra time.
  • (P) = Won on penalties.
Season Winner Score Runner-up Venue Attendance League
1886–87 Fairfield Govan ?[a] Edinburgh Woodburn N/A
3–1 (R) Argyle Park (Govan)
1887–88 Wishaw Thistle 3–2[a] Maryhill Gasworks Park (Larkhall) N/A
1–2 (R)[a]
3–1 (2R) Ibrox Park (I)
1888–89 Burnbank Swifts 4–1 West Benhar Violet Gasworks Park (Larkhall) N/A
1889–90 Burnbank Swifts 3–0[a] Benburb West End Park Hamilton) N/A
3–1 (R) Raploch Park (Larkhall)
1890–91 Vale of Clyde 1–1 Chryston Athletic Whitefield Park N/A
2–0 (R)
1891–92 Minerva 5–2 West Benhar Violet Cathkin Park (I) N/A
1892–93 Vale of Clyde 3–0 Dumbarton Fern Boghead Park Scottish
1893–94 Ashfield 3–0 Renfrew Victoria Underwood Park (Paisley) N/A
1894–95 Ashfield 1–1 West Calder Wanderers Underwood Park (Paisley) N/A
2–1 (R) Tynecastle Park
1895–96 Cambuslang Hibs 2–1 Parkhead Celtic Park Glasgow
1896–97 Strathclyde 3–0 Dunfermline Juniors Celtic Park Glasgow
1897–98 Dalziel Rovers 2–1 Parkhead Meadowside Lanarkshire
1898–99 Parkhead 4–1 Westmarch XI Glasgow
1899–1900 Maryhill 3–2 Kilmarnock Rugby XI Glasgow
1900–01 Burnbank Athletic 2–0 Maryhill Exhibition Ground (Glasgow) Lanarkshire
1901–02 Rutherglen Glencairn 1–0 Maryhill Meadowside Glasgow
1902–03 Parkhead 3–0 Larkhall Thistle Meadowside Glasgow
1903–04 Vale of Clyde 3–0 Parkhead Celtic Park 10,000 Glasgow
1904–05 Ashfield 2–1 Renfrew Victoria Meadowside Glasgow
1905–06 Dunipace Juniors 2–2 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy Meadowside 9,000 Stirlingshire
1–0 (R) Brockville Park 9,000
1906–07 Strathclyde 1–1 Maryhill Meadowside 15,000 Glasgow
1–1 (R)
1–0 (2R)
1907–08 Larkhall Thistle 1–0 Queen's Park Hampden XI Meadowside 7,000 Lanarkshire[b]
1908–09 Kilwinning Rangers 0–0 Strathclyde Shawfield Stadium Irvine & District
1–0 (R) Rugby Park
1909–10 Ashfield 0–1[a] Kilwinning Rangers Firhill Stadium Glasgow
3–0 (R)
1910–11 Burnbank Athletic 1–1 Petershill Firhill Stadium 16,000 Lanarkshire
1–0 (R) 10,000
1911–12 Petershill 5–0 Denny Hibs Firhill Stadium Glasgow
1912–13 Inverkeithing United 1–0 Dunipace Juniors Firhill Stadium Fife
1913–14 Larkhall Thistle 1–1 Ashfield Firhill Stadium 20,000 Lanarkshire
1–0 (R) Cathkin Park
1914–15 Parkhead 2–0 Port Glasgow Athletic Glasgow
1915–16 Petershill 2–0 Parkhead Firhill Stadium Glasgow
1916–17 St Mirren Juniors[10] 0–0 Renfrew Firhill Stadium Scottish
1–0 (R)
1917–18 Petershill N/A (no final played)[11] N/A N/A Glasgow
1918–19 Rutherglen Glencairn 1–1 St Anthony's Hampden Park Glasgow
1–0 (R) 38,000
1919–20 Parkhead 2–0 Cambuslang Rangers Hampden Park 22,453 Glasgow
1920–21 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy 1–0 Ashfield Hampden Park 26,000 Glasgow
1921–22 St Roch's 2–1[a] Kilwinning Rangers Scottish
2–1 (R) Firhill Stadium
1922–23 Musselburgh Bruntonians 2–0 Arniston Rangers Tynecastle Park 20,000 East of Scotland
1923–24 Parkhead 1–1 Baillieston Juniors Firhill Stadium 12,000 Glasgow
3–1 (R)
1924–25 Saltcoats Victoria 1–1 St Anthony's Firhill Stadium Western
3–3 (R) (aet) Love Street
2–1 (2R) Firhill Stadium
1925–26 Strathclyde 1–1 Bridgeton Waverley Firhill Stadium 30,000 Glasgow
2–0 (R) 20,000
1926–27 Rutherglen Glencairn 2–1 Cambuslang Rangers Hampden Park Glasgow
1927–28 Maryhill Hibernians 6–2 Burnbank Athletic Firhill Stadium 8,000 Scottish[c]
1928–29 Dundee Violet 2–0[a] Denny Hibs Tynecastle Park 8,000 Dundee[c]
2–2 (R) 10,341
4–0 (2R) Dens Park 9,556
1929–30 Newtongrange Star 3–0 Hall Russell Tynecastle Park 17,000 Midlothian[c]
1930–31 Denny Hibs 1–0 Burnbank Athletic Tynecastle Park Scottish[c]
1931–32 Glasgow Perthshire 2–1 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy Firhill Stadium 13,000 Central (I)
1932–33 Yoker Athletic 0–0 Tranent Juniors Tynecastle Park Central (I)
4–2 (R) Hampden Park 11,349
1933–34 Benburb 3–1 Bridgeton Waverley Ibrox Stadium Central (I)
1934–35 Tranent Juniors 6–1 Petershill Ibrox Stadium 22,000 Midlothian
1935–36 Benburb 1–1 Yoker Athletic Hampden Park 16,000 Central (I)
1–0 (R) 12,000
1936–37 Arthurlie 5–1 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy Celtic Park Central (I)
1937–38 Cambuslang Rangers 3–2 Benburb Celtic Park 28,058 Central (I)
1938–39 Rutherglen Glencairn 2–1 Shawfield Celtic Park 22,363 Central (I)
1939–40 Maryhill 1–0 Morton Juniors Celtic Park Central (I)
1940–41 Glasgow Perthshire 2–2 Armadale Thistle Firhill Stadium 22,000 Central (I)
0–0 (R) 8,000
3–1 (2R) Tynecastle Park 15,000
1941–42 Clydebank Juniors 4–2 Vale of Clyde Shawfield Stadium 24,579 Central (I)
1942–43 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy 1–1 Benburb Shawfield Stadium 15,000 Central (I)
0–0 (R) Hampden Park 15,000
3–1 (2R) 25,000
1943–44 Glasgow Perthshire 1–0 Blantyre Victoria Hampden Park 32,000 Central (I)
1944–45 Burnbank Athletic 1–2[a] Cambuslang Rangers Hampden Park 32,650 Lanarkshire
3–1 (R) 25,000
1945–46 Fauldhouse United 2–0 Arthurlie Hampden Park 46,326 East of Scotland
1946–47 Shawfield 1–1 Bo'ness United Hampden Park 56,410 Central (I)
2–1 (R) 26,521
1947–48 Bo'ness United 2–1 Irvine Meadow Hampden Park 55,602 Edinburgh & District
1948–49 Auchinleck Talbot 3–2 Petershill Hampden Park 68,837 Western
1949–50 Blantyre Victoria 3–0 Cumnock Juniors Hampden Park 44,402[12] Central (I)
1950–51 Petershill 1–0 Irvine Meadow Hampden Park 77,650 Central (I)
1951–52 Kilbirnie Ladeside 1–0 Camelon Juniors Hampden Park 69,959 Western
1952–53 Vale of Leven 1–0 Annbank United Hampden Park 55,800 Central (I)
1953–54 Sunnybank 2–1 Lochee Harp Hampden Park 22,600 Aberdeen & District
1954–55 Kilsyth Rangers 0–0 Duntocher Hibs Hampden Park 64,976 Central (I)
4–1 (R) 30,000
1955–56 Petershill 4–1 Lugar Boswell Thistle Hampden Park 64,702 Central (I)
1956–57 Banks o' Dee 1–0 Kilsyth Rangers Hampden Park 30,800 Aberdeen & District
1957–58 Shotts Bon Accord 2–0 Pumpherston Hampden Park 33,000 Lanarkshire
1958–59 Irvine Meadow 2–1 Shettleston Hampden Park 65,211 Western
1959–60 St Andrews United 3–1 Greenock Juniors Hampden Park 34,603[13] Fife
1960–61 Dunbar United 2–2 Cambuslang Rangers Hampden Park 20,000 Edinburgh & District
2–0 (R) 23,122
1961–62 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy 1–1 Renfrew Hampden Park 49,000 Central (I)
1–0 (R) 19,500
1962–63 Irvine Meadow 2–1 Glenafton Athletic Hampden Park 21,384 Western
1963–64 Johnstone Burgh 1–1 Cambuslang Rangers Hampden Park 49,115 Central (I)
3–0 (R) 23,000
1964–65 Linlithgow Rose 4–1 Baillieston Juniors Hampden Park 35,000 Edinburgh & District
1965–66 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic 1–1 Whitburn Hampden Park 19,430 Edinburgh & District
6–1 (R) 10,000
1966–67 Kilsyth Rangers 1–1 Rutherglen Glencairn Hampden Park 22,000 Central (I)
3–1 (R) 11,500
1967–68 Johnstone Burgh 2–2 Glenrothes Hampden Park 28,800 Central (I)
4–3 (R) 21,720
1968–69 Cambuslang Rangers 1–0 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy Hampden Park 32,524 Central (II)
1969–70 Blantyre Victoria 1–1 Penicuik Athletic Hampden Park Central (II)
1–0 (R) 14,225[14]
1970–71 Cambuslang Rangers 2–1 Newtongrange Star Hampden Park 24,676 Central (II)
1971–72 Cambuslang Rangers 1–1 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic Hampden Park 20,000 Central (II)
3–2 (R) 14,000
1972–73 Irvine Meadow 2–2


Cambuslang Rangers Hampden Park 22,242 Ayrshire
3–3 (R) (aet)
1–0 (2R) 24,917
1973–74 Cambuslang Rangers 3–1 Linlithgow Rose Hampden Park 22,830 Central (II)
1974–75 Glenrothes 1–0 Rutherglen Glencairn Hampden Park 17,776 Fife
1975–76 Bo'ness United 3–0 Darvel Hampden Park 20,161 East
1976–77 Kilbirnie Ladeside 3–1 Kirkintilloch Rob Roy Hampden Park 11,476 Ayrshire
1977–78 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic 1–0 Stonehouse Violet Hampden Park 8,325 East
1978–79 Cumnock Juniors 1–0 Bo'ness United Hampden Park 13,692 Ayrshire
1979–80 Baillieston Juniors 2–2 Benburb Hampden Park 10,702 Central (II)
2–0 (R) (aet) 9,367[15]
1980–81 Pollok 1–0 Arthurlie Hampden Park 13,518 Central (II)
1981–82 Blantyre Victoria 1–0 Baillieston Juniors Ibrox Stadium 10,000 Central (II)
1982–83 East Kilbride Thistle 2–0 Bo'ness United Ibrox Stadium 15,000 Central (II)
1983–84 Bo'ness United 2–0 Baillieston Juniors Ibrox Stadium 15,000 East
1984–85 Pollok 1–1 Petershill Hampden Park 8,907 Central (II)
3–1 (R) 7,004
1985–86[d] Auchinleck Talbot 3–2 Pollok Hampden Park 7,689 Ayrshire
1986–87 Auchinleck Talbot 1–1 Kilbirnie Ladeside Rugby Park Ayrshire
1–0 (R)
1987–88 Auchinleck Talbot 1–0 Petershill Ayrshire
1988–89 Cumnock Juniors 1–0 Ormiston Primrose Rugby Park 8,300 Ayrshire
1989–90 Hill of Beath Hawthorn 1–0 Lesmahagow Rugby Park [16] Fife
1990–91 Auchinleck Talbot 1–0 Newtongrange Star Brockville Park 8,500 Ayrshire
1991–92 Auchinleck Talbot 4–0 Glenafton Athletic Firhill Stadium 6,966 Ayrshire
1992–93 Glenafton Athletic 1–0 Tayport Firhill Stadium 6,250 Ayrshire
1993–94 Largs Thistle 1–0 Glenafton Athletic Ibrox Stadium 8,668 Ayrshire
1994–95 Camelon Juniors 2–0 Whitburn Fir Park 8,018 East
1995–96 Tayport 2–0 (aet) Camelon Juniors Fir Park 4,652 Tayside
1996–97 Pollok 3–1 Tayport Fir Park 3,523 Central (II)
1997–98 Arthurlie 4–0 Pollok Fir Park 4,751 Central (II)
1998–99 Kilwinning Rangers 1–0 Kelty Hearts Firhill Stadium 7,525 Ayrshire
1999–2000 Whitburn 2–2 (P) Johnstone Burgh Firhill Stadium 7,012[17] East
2000–01 Renfrew 0–0 (P) Carnoustie Panmure Firhill Stadium 5,252 Central (II)
2001–02 Linlithgow Rose 1–0 Auchinleck Talbot Firhill Stadium 6,966 East
2002–03 Tayport 1–0 (aet) Linlithgow Rose Firhill Stadium 4,613 East Region
2003–04 Carnoustie Panmure 0–0 (P) Tayport Firhill Stadium 3,030 East Region
2004–05 Tayport 2–0 Lochee United Tannadice Park East Region
2005–06 Auchinleck Talbot 2–1 Bathgate Thistle Rugby Park 7,469 West Region
2006–07 Linlithgow Rose 2–1 (aet) Kelty Hearts East End Park 9,304 East Region
2007–08 Bathgate Thistle 2–1 Cumnock Juniors Rugby Park 6,117[18] East Region
2008–09 Auchinleck Talbot 2–1 Clydebank Rugby Park 8,122[19] West Region
2009–10 Linlithgow Rose 1–0 Largs Thistle Rugby Park 5,788[20] East Region
2010–11[e] Auchinleck Talbot 2–1 (aet) Musselburgh Athletic Rugby Park[21] 6,025 West Region
2011–12 Shotts Bon Accord 2–1 Auchinleck Talbot Almondvale Stadium 4,026 West Region
2012–13 Auchinleck Talbot 1–0 Linlithgow Rose Almondvale Stadium 6,492 West Region
2013–14 Hurlford United 3–0 Glenafton Athletic Rugby Park 5,854 West Region
2014–15 Auchinleck Talbot 2–1 Musselburgh Athletic Rugby Park 5,186 West Region
2015–16 Beith Juniors 1–1 (P) Pollok Rugby Park 4,877 West Region
2016–17 Glenafton Athletic 2–1 Auchinleck Talbot Rugby Park 6,144 West Region
2017–18 Auchinleck Talbot 3–2 Hurlford United Rugby Park 4,874 West Region
2018–19 Auchinleck Talbot 2–0 Largs Thistle New Douglas Park 4,629 West Region
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Result protested.
  2. ^ Glasgow Junior Football League teams did not enter.
  3. ^ a b c d Clubs involved in the Intermediate dispute did not take part.
  4. ^ Centenary competition
  5. ^ 125th Anniversary competition

Club PerformanceEdit

As of after 2018–19
Club Winner Runner-up Current[a] League (when winner)[b]
Auchinleck Talbot
13
3
Yes Western (1); Ayrshire (5) West Region (7)
Cambuslang Rangers
5
6
Yes Central (I) (1); Central (II) (4)
Petershill
5
5
Yes Glasgow (3); Central (I) (2)
Parkhead
5
4
No Glasgow (5)
Burnbank Swifts/Athletic
5
2
No Lanarkshire (5)
Linlithgow Rose
4
3
No Edinburgh & District (1); East (1); East Region (2)
Ashfield
4
2
Yes Glasgow (4)
Rutherglen Glencairn
4
2
Yes Glasgow (3); Central (I) (1)
Kirkintilloch Rob Roy
3
5
Yes Glasgow (1); Central (I) (2)
Bo'ness United
3
3
No Edinburgh & District (1); East (2)
Pollok
3
3
Yes Central (II) (3)
Tayport
3
3
Yes Tayside (1); East Region (2)
Irvine Meadow
3
2
Yes Western (2); Ayrshire (2)
Blantyre Victoria
3
1
Yes Central (I) (1); Central (II) (2)
Strathclyde
3
1
No Glasgow (3)
Vale of Clyde
3
1
Yes Glasgow (3)
Glasgow Perthshire
3
0
Yes Central (3)
Benburb
2
4
Yes Central (I) (2)
Glenafton Athletic
2
4
Yes Ayrshire (1); West Region (1)
Maryhill
2
4
Yes Glasgow (1); Central (I) (1)
Arthurlie
2
2
Yes Central (I) (1); Central (II) (1)
Cumnock Juniors
2
2
Yes Ayrshire (2)
Kilwinning Rangers
2
2
Yes Irvine & District (1); Ayrshire (1)
Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic
2
1
No Edinburgh & District (1); East (1)
Johnstone Burgh
2
1
Yes Central (I) (2)
Kilbirnie Ladeside
2
1
Yes Western (1); Ayrshire (1)
Kilsyth Rangers
2
1
Yes Central (I) (2)
Larkhall Thistle
2
1
Yes Lanarkshire (2)
Shotts Bon Accord
2
0
Yes Lanarkshire (1); West Region (1)
Baillieston Juniors
1
4
No Central (I) (1)
Camelon Juniors
1
2
No East (1)
Denny Hibs
1
2
No Scottish (1)
Largs Thistle
1
2
Yes Ayrshire (1)
Musselburgh Bruntonians/Athletic
1
2
No East of Scotland (1)
Newtongrange Star
1
2
No Midlothian (1)
Renfrew
1
2
Yes Central (II) (1)
Whitburn
1
2
Yes East (1)
Bathgate Thistle
1
1
Yes East Region (1)
Carnoustie Panmure
1
1
Yes East Region (1)
Clydebank
1
1
No Central (I) (1)
Dunipace Juniors
1
1
No Stirlingshire (1)
Glenrothes
1
1
No Fife (1)
Hurlford United
1
1
Yes West Region (1)
Shawfield
1
1
No Central (I) (1)
Tranent Juniors
1
1
No Midlothian (1)
Yoker Athletic
1
1
Yes Central (I) (1)
Banks o' Dee
1
0
Yes Aberdeen (1)
Beith Juniors
1
0
Yes West Region (1)
Cambuslang Hibs
1
0
No Glasgow (1)
Dalziel Rovers
1
0
No Lanarkshire (1)
Dunbar United
1
0
No Edinburgh & District (1)
Dundee Violet
1
0
Yes Dundee (1)
East Kilbride Thistle
1
0
Yes Central (II) (1)
Fairfield Govan
1
0
No N/A
Fauldhouse United
1
0
Yes East of Scotland (1)
Hill of Beath Hawthorn
1
0
No Fife (1)
Inverkeithing United
1
0
No Fife (1)
Maryhill Hibernians
1
0
No Scottish (1)
Minerva
1
0
No N/A
Saltcoats Victoria
1
0
Yes Ayrshire (1)
St Andrews United
1
0
No Fife (1)
St Mirren Juniors
1
0
No Scottish (1)
St Roch's
1
0
Yes Scottish (1)
Sunnybank
1
0
Yes Aberdeen (1)
Vale of Leven
1
0
Yes Central (I) (1)
Wishaw Thistle
1
0
Yes N/A
Bridgeton Waverley
0
2
No N/A
Kelty Hearts
0
2
No N/A
Renfrew Victoria
0
2
No N/A
St Anthony's
0
2
Yes N/A
West Benhar Violet
0
2
No N/A
Annbank United
0
1
Yes N/A
Armadale Thistle
0
1
Yes N/A
Arniston Rangers
0
1
No N/A
Chryston Athletic
0
1
No N/A
Darvel
0
1
Yes N/A
Dumbarton Fern
0
1
No N/A
Dunfermline Juniors
0
1
No N/A
Duntocher Hibs
0
1
No N/A
Edinburgh Woodburn
0
1
No N/A
Greenock Juniors
0
1
Yes N/A
Hall Russell
0
1
Yes N/A
Kilmarnock Rugby XI
0
1
No N/A
Lesmahagow
0
1
Yes N/A
Lochee Harp
0
1
Yes N/A
Lochee United
0
1
Yes N/A
Lugar Boswell Thistle
0
1
Yes N/A
Morton Juniors
0
1
No N/A
Ormiston Primrose
0
1
No N/A
Penicuik Athletic
0
1
No N/A
Port Glasgow Athletic
0
1
No N/A
Pumpherston
0
1
Yes N/A
Queen's Park Hampden XI
0
1
No N/A
Shettleston
0
1
Yes N/A
Stonehouse Violet
0
1
No N/A
West Calder Wanderers
0
1
No N/A
Westmarch XI
0
1
No N/A

League PerformanceEdit

As of after 2018–19
League in which Cup winner played Operating years Clubs[c] Years[d]
Central (I) 1931–1968 15[e] 22[f]
Glasgow 1895–1927 9[g] 20[h]
Central (II) 1968–2002 7[i] 13[j]
Ayrshire 1968–2002 7[k] 12[l]
West Region 2002– 5[m] 11[n]
Edinburgh / Midlothian / East of Scotland 1922–1968 8[o] 8[p]
Lanarkshire 1891–1968 4[q] 7[r]
Irvine & District / Western 1907–1968 5[s] 6[t]
East 1968–2002 5[u] 6[v]
East Region 2002– 4[w] 6[x]
Scottish 1892–1947 5[y] 5[z]
Fife 1921–2002 4[aa] 4[ab]
Aberdeen & District[ac] 1901–1968 2[ad] 2[ae]
Dundee / Midland 1894–1969 1[af] 1[ag]
Tayside 1969–2002 1[ah] 1[ai]
Stirlingshire 1893–1927 1[aj] 1[ak]
  1. ^ Indicates whether each club is a current SJFA member, others having folded or moved to another setup, e.g the East of Scotland Football League.
  2. ^ SJFA league in which the club was playing each time they won the Scottish Cup.
  3. ^ Total number of clubs who won the Scottish Cup while attached to the league.
  4. ^ Total number of years in which a club from the league won the Scottish Cup.
  5. ^ Glasgow Perthshire, Yoker Athletic, Benburb, Athurlie, Cambuslang Rangers, Rutherglen Glencairn, Maryhill, Clydebank Juniors, Kirkintilloch Rob Roy, Shawfield, Blantyre Victoria, Petershill, Vale of Leven, Kilsyth Rangers, Johnstone Burgh.
  6. ^ 1931–32, 1932–33, 1933–34, 1935–36, 1936–37, 1937–38, 1938–39, 1939–40, 1940–41, 1941–42, 1942–43, 1943–44, 1946–47, 1949–50, 1950–51, 1952–53, 1954–55, 1955–56, 1961–62, 1963–64, 1966–67, 1967–68.
  7. ^ Cambuslang Hibs, Strathclyde, Parkhead, Maryhill, Rutherglen Glencairn, Vale of Clyde, Ashfield, Petershill, Kirkintilloch Rob Roy.
  8. ^ 1895–96, 1896–97, 1898–99, 1899–1900, 1901–02, 1902–03, 1903–04, 1904–05, 1906–07, 1909–10, 1911–12, 1914–15, 1915–16, 1917–18, 1918–19, 1919–20, 1920–21, 1923–24, 1925–26, 1927–28.
  9. ^ Blantyre Victoria, Cambuslang Rangers, Baillieston Juniors, Pollok, East Kilbride Thistle, Arthurlie, Renfrew.
  10. ^ 1968–69, 1969–70, 1970–71, 1971–72, 1973–74, 1979–80, 1980–81, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1984–85, 1996–97, 1997–98, 2000–01.
  11. ^ Irvine Meadow, Kilbirnie Ladeside, Cumnock Juniors, Auchinleck Talbot, Glenafton Athletic, Largs Thistle, Kilwinning Rangers.
  12. ^ 1972–73, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1998–99.
  13. ^ Auchinleck Talbot, Shotts Bon Accord, Hurlford United, Beith Juniors, Glenafton Athletic.
  14. ^ 2005–06, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18, 2018–19.
  15. ^ Musselburgh Bruntonians, Newtongrange Star, Tranent Juniors, Fauldhouse United, Bo'ness United, Dunbar United, Linlithgow Rose, Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic.
  16. ^ 1922–23, 1929–30, 1934–35, 1945–46, 1947–48, 1960–61, 1964–65, 1965–66.
  17. ^ Dalziel Rovers, Burnbank Athletic, Larkhall Thistle, Shotts Bon Accord.
  18. ^ 1897–98, 1900–01, 1907–08, 1910–11, 1913–14, 1944–45, 1957–58.
  19. ^ Kilwinning Rangers, Saltcoats Victoria, Auchinleck Talbot, Kilbirnie Ladeside, Irvine Meadow.
  20. ^ 1908–09, 1924–25, 1948–49, 1951–52, 1958–59, 1962–63.
  21. ^ Bo'ness United, Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic, Camelon Juniors, Whitburn, Linlithgow Rose.
  22. ^ 1975–76, 1977–78, 1983–84, 1994–95, 1999–2000, 2001–02.
  23. ^ Tayport, Carnoustie Panmure, Linlithgow Rose, Bathgate Thistle.
  24. ^ 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2009–10.
  25. ^ Vale of Clyde, St Mirren Juniors, St Roch's, Maryhill Hibs, Denny Hibs.
  26. ^ 1892–93, 1916–17, 1921–22, 1927–28, 1930–31.
  27. ^ Inverkeithing United, St Andrews United, Glenrothes, Hill of Beath Hawthorn.
  28. ^ 1912–13, 1959–60, 1974–75, 1989–90.
  29. ^ No clubs from the North regional league formed in 1968, or from its successor, the North Region formed in 2002, has won the Scottish Cup.
  30. ^ Sunnybank, Banks o' Dee.
  31. ^ 1953–54, 1956–57.
  32. ^ Dundee Violet.
  33. ^ 1928–29.
  34. ^ Tayport.
  35. ^ 1995–96.
  36. ^ Dunipace.
  37. ^ 1905–06.

ReferencesEdit

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