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.

The Scottish Junior Cup is an annual football competition organised by the Scottish Junior Football Association for its 116 member clubs. Click to see full details of finals from 1950 to 1959.

Tayport, Carnoustie Panmure, Linlithgow Rose, Bathgate Thistle.

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Auchinleck Talbot, Shotts Bon Accord, Hurlford United, Beith Juniors, Glenafton Athletic. In 2010, Linlithgow Rose lifted the Scottish Junior Cup for the fourth time in their history and third in a decade. Darvel 1976 Cup Finalists - Image Courtesy of Scottish Football Museum, Cambuslang 1973 - Image Courtesy of Scottish Football Museum, © 2020 The Scottish Junior Football Association Ltd, Anderson, Farmer, McGowan, Hannah, Scullion, Hendry, Devine, Paterson, O'Donnell, McConville, Sanaghan, Subs: Watchman, Bielizna. 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. [7] The tournament was without a sponsor in 2013–14, with Barr Construction sponsoring the final only, then the SJFA entered a partnership with Dementia Scotland for the latter stages of the 2014–15 competition. Vale of Clyde, St Mirren Juniors, St Roch's, Maryhill Hibs, Denny Hibs. Since the 2006–07 season, the winner of the Junior Cup Final has qualified for the following season's senior Scottish Cup. Scottish Junior Cup Finals 1970-1979. Scottish Junior Cup Final Run 1969–70. Scottish Junior Cup Finals | Bob's Football Programmes | Buy Football Programmes and Sell Bob's Football Programmes is one of the world's largest Full time dealers in Football Programmes with over 30 years experience in the football trade.

Click to see full details of finals from 1970 to 1979. 1960s. Winton Rovers' hopes of cup glory came to an abrupt end when their luck finally ran out in the Scottish Junior Cup semi-final on Monday (13 April 1970) but Rovers can have no cause for complaint over this defeat. Penicuik Athletic's biggest achievement is undoubtedly reaching the Scottish Junior Cup Final in 1970 at Hampden Park, Glasgow.

The SJFA purchased an exact replica in 2007, to replace the original which was showing its age. Musselburgh Bruntonians, Newtongrange Star, Tranent Juniors, Fauldhouse United, Bo'ness United, Dunbar United, Linlithgow Rose, Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic. Inverkeithing United, St Andrews United, Glenrothes, Hill of Beath Hawthorn. Kilwinning Rangers, Saltcoats Victoria, Auchinleck Talbot, Kilbirnie Ladeside, Irvine Meadow.

The competition for the Cup shall be annual, and shall be open to all member clubs of Scottish Junior Football Association, subject to the approval of the committee. This process shall continue until the clubs qualifying for the final tie. Click to see full details of finals from 1960 to 1969. [8][9], The cup had been without a sponsor since ETHX Energy sponsored the 2015-16 competition,[10] however from 2018, sportswear company Macron sponsored the tournament.[3]. The Scottish Junior Football Association announced in 2006 that they would provide the sponsorship and prize money themselves, meaning the cup would be known simply as the Scottish Junior Cup. ... Scottish Junior Cup Fixtures ; Results ... 1970 - 73 A. Cook, Aberdeenshire 1973 - 77 G. Kenneth, Lanarkshire [3], Auchinleck Talbot are the current holders, after defeating Largs Thistle 2–0 on 2 June 2019 at New Douglas Park, Hamilton.[4].

1886 - 87 R.M.

Previous Finals. The competition has been held every year since the inception of the SJFA in 1886 and, as of the 2020–21 edition, up to 95 teams could compete in the tournament. The cup's long-term sponsor, the OVD 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. Scottish Junior FA Presidents with the Junior Cup, © 2020 The Scottish Junior Football Association Ltd. Grant, Burghead Thistle1999 - 2002 J. Reilly, Dundee North End2002 - 05 R. Smith, West Calder United2005 - 08 G. Rose, New Elgin2008 - 11 T.Anderson, Lanark United2011 - 14 G. Morton, Cumnock2014 - 17 H. Lawrie, Fauldhouse United2017 - 20 F. McKenna, St Anthonys, 1886 - 99 A. McIntosh1899 -1936 E. McPhee1936 - 60 J. Kinnear1960 - 77 H. Biggart1977 - 91 W. Blaney1991 - 99 J. Black1999 - T. Johnston, 1886 - 93 J. Barlas1893 - 99 E. McPhee1899 - 1948 J. McArthur1949 - 1975 S. Lawson1975 - 1999 J. Lewis1999 - 2013 J. Brodie2013 - I. McQueen, Scottish Junior Football AssociationHampden ParkGlasgow G42 9DD.

1975–76, 1977–78, 1983–84, 1994–95, 1999–2000, 2001–02. Ferguson, Jim McQueen, McGuinness, Miller, John McQueen, McGeachie, Scobie, Balanowski, Mitchell, Temperley, Anderson, McLuskey, McAllister, Leckie, Parrie, Frew, Gilmour, Kirkland, Walker, Currie, Leonard, Morton, Subs: Ferguson, McFarlane, 1974–75 Glenrothes 1–0 Rutherglen Glencairn, Cooper, White, Baker, Dair, McKenzie, Duncan, Cunningham, Judge, McInnes, Thomson, Walker, Subs: Jack, Hynd, 1973–74 Cambuslang Rangers 3–1 Linlithgow Rose, Orr, Morrison, Brown, Mordue, Reid, Ferguson, Cummings, Thomson, Paterson, Craig, McCallum, Subs: Brannigan, McLaughlin, Donaldson, McCann, Ure, Steele, Frew, Cruickshanks, McCaffer, McMeechan, Donald, Wilson, Halliday, Subs: Cairns, McPherson, 1972–73 Irvine Meadow 1–0 Cambuslang Rangers (Second Replay after 3-3 and 2-2 draws), Hay, Short, Renfrew, McCrorie, Bashford, O'Brien, Hume, Johnstone, Gillespie, McLaughlin, Morris, Subs: Pinkerton, Lewis, White, Rothwell, Brown, Thomson, Mordue, Lawrie, McQuade, Paterson, Cummings, Craig, McCallum, Subs: Brock, Telford, 1971–72 Cambuslang Rangers 3–2 Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic (Replay after 1-1 draw), White, Gallagher, Brown, Murphy, Mordue, Lowrie, Nelson, Thomson, Cummings, Paterson, McCallum, Subs: Sturgeon, Russell, Ferguson, Young, Hume, McIver, Begbie, Matear, McQueen, Porter, Ford, Henry, Earl, Subs: Moore, Gowans, 1970–71 Cambuslang Rangers 2–1 Newtongrange Star, White, Sturgeon, Craig, Mordue, Scullon, McNeill, Lowrie, Cummings, Paterson, Nelson, McCallum, Subs: Gibson, Hogg, Knox, Printy, Sproull, Rennie, Gardney, Anderson, Hancock, Stoddart, Purcell, Hastie, Subs: Forrester, 1969–70 Blantyre Victoria 1–0 Penicuik Athletic (Replay after 1-1 draw), Watson, Thomson, Moore, Brodie, Douglas, Cumnningham, Gallacher, McGrain, Lawson, Pickering, Lynn, Subs : Hemphill, McDermott, Thorburn, McCabe, Hume, McGarry, Hogg, Robertson, Wallace, Stenhouse, Buchan, Finlayson, Subs: Murphy, Scottish Junior Football AssociationHampden ParkGlasgow G42 9DD. Connell, Glasgow1887 - 88 J. Crawford, Renfrewshire1888 - 90 C. McDonald, East of Scotland1890 - 92 J. Frame, Lanarkshire1892 - 93 W. Reid, Glasgow1893 - 94 J. Dickson, Glasgow1894 - 97 D. Jackson, Lanarkshire1897 - 98 D. J. Liddell, Glasgow1989 - 1900 W. Prentice, Lanarkshire1900 - 04 J. Dalziel Rovers, Burnbank Athletic, Larkhall Thistle, Shotts Bon Accord. Cambuslang Hibs, Strathclyde, Parkhead, Maryhill, Rutherglen Glencairn, Vale of Clyde, Ashfield, Petershill, Kirkintilloch Rob Roy. Subs. A. Lang, Lanarkshire1933 - 36 T. Crawley, Glasgow1936 - 40 J. S. Murray, Stirlingshire1940 - 41 W. Elder, Forfarshire1941 - 47 S. Lawson, Dunbartonshire1947 - 52 J. C. Ford, East of Scotland1952 - 55 T. Murray, Ayrshire1955 - 58 F. Smith, Glasgow1958 - 61 G. Miller, Perthshire1961 - 63 A. H. Smith, Ayrshire1963 - 66 R. Alexander, Ayrshire1966 - 70 W. Blaney, Dunbartonshire1970 - 73 A. Cook, Aberdeenshire1973 - 77 G. Kenneth, Lanarkshire1977 - 81 D. Roy, East of Scotland1981 - 82 F. Fraser, Tayside1982 - 86 P. Watson, Central1986 - 90 G. Law, Largs Thistle1990 - 93 J. Ferguson, Glenrothes JFC1993 - 96 R. Orr, East Kilbride Thistle1996 - 99 J. Blantyre Victoria, Cambuslang Rangers, Baillieston Juniors, Pollok, East Kilbride Thistle, Arthurlie, Renfrew. 1978–79 Cumnock Juniors 1–0 Bo'ness United . A new sponsor was found during the 2006–07 competition for the semi-finals and final - Scottish Citylink, a long-distance coach operator. The Cup has been competed for since the 1886–87 season, when Fairfield Govan became the first winners. Cooke , Kerr.

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". Scottish Junior FA Roll of Honour Past Presidents and Office Bearers. Brown, Glasgow1904 - 06 D. Galbraith, Renfrewshire1906 - 07 J. Christie, Lanarkshire1907 - 09 J. McNair, Ayrshire1909 - 11 A. Dickson, East of Scotland1911 - 13 D. B. Belch, Glasgow1913 - 22 R. Hay, Ayrshire1922 - 25 G. Robertson, East of Scotland1925 - 28 J. M. Harley, Stirlingshire1928 - 29 A. Duff, Bute1929 - 33 J. Total number of years in which a club from the league won the Scottish Cup. 1892–93, 1916–17, 1921–22, 1927–28, 1930–31. 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2009–10. 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. They now join a small group of teams that have managed to lift the cup more than three times. Clubs which are currently members of the SJFA are indicated in bold. Tel.

... Scottish Junior Cup. The Scottish Junior Cup is an annual football competition organised by the Scottish Junior … Skip to the content. SJFA league in which the club was playing each time they won the Scottish Cup. 1972–73, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1988–89, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1998–99. Scottish Junior Cup Summary - Contents.

So whether you are a dedicated collector of Football Programmes or just looking for something special be assured you can buy with confidence. Irvine Meadow, Kilbirnie Ladeside, Cumnock Juniors, Auchinleck Talbot, Glenafton Athletic, Largs Thistle, Kilwinning Rangers. [5], The record attendance for a Junior Cup Final is 77,650 for the 1951 final between Petershill and Irvine Meadow XI.[6]. Bo'ness United, Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic, Camelon Juniors, Whitburn, Linlithgow Rose. Clubs who have qualified to participate in the SFA North and South Region Challenge Cups will receive a bye in the first round of the Junior Cup.The winning clubs in the First Round, together with the clubs which may have received a ‘bye’ in the first round, enter the second round. Subs Whyte , McCutcheon. Penicuik's opponents on Saturday 16 May 1970 was Blantyre Victoria who they drew with 1–1, only to be defeated in the replay the following Tuesday night 1–0. 1922–23, 1929–30, 1934–35, 1945–46, 1947–48, 1960–61, 1964–65, 1965–66. Anderson , Ewing , Menzies , Docherty , Wark , Fullerton , Lochrie , Bachelor , McCluskey , Free , Taylor.