Scottish Cup facts for kids
The Scottish Football Association Challenge Cup (usually known as the Scottish Cup) is the national football cup competition of Scotland. The trophy is the oldest football national trophy in the world.
The Scottish Cup started in the 1873-74 season, and 16 teams played to try to win it. The trophy was first won by Queen's Park when they beat Clydesdale 2–0 in the final in front of a crowd of 3,000 people. While the FA Cup is the oldest cup competition in the world, the trophy awarded to the Scottish Cup winners is the oldest trophy, being minted in 1885.
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The semi-final and final games are hosted at Hampden Park.
Celtic F.C. are the side with the most Scottish Cup victories. The trophy is pictured second from left, alongside the 1907–08 team
In Spanish: Copa de Escocia para niños
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