Previous Winners Of Major Domestic Football Cup Competitions

The Scottish League Challenge Cup

The Scottish League Challenge Cup


A Brief History Of The Scottish League Challenge Cup

The Scottish League Challenge Cup is a football competition introduced in 1990 to celebrate the centenary of the Scottish Football League. Entry is open to all Football League members.

The competition is of a straightforward knockout format and commences early in the Scottish football season. The final usually takes place in October or November at a neutral stadium determined based on geographical considerations with regard to the teams involved.
Previous Winners Of The Scottish League Challenge Cup

Year
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
Venue
McDiarmid Park
McDiarmid Park
McDiarmid Park
Dens Park
McDiarmid Park
Excelsior Stadium
McDiarmid Park
McDiarmid Park
Broadwood Stadium
Broadwood Stadium
Broadwood Stadium
Excelsior Stadium

Fir Park
Broadwood Stadium
McDiarmid Park
McDiarmid Park
Fir Park
St Mirren Park
Fir Park
Fir Park
Winners
Ross County 2-0 Queen of the South
Dundee 32 Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Airdrie United 22 Ross County (32 Pens)
St. Johnstone 32 Dunfermline Athletic
Ross County 1–1 Clyde (5–4 Pens)
St Mirren 2–1 Hamilton Academical
Falkirk 2–1 Ross County
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 2–0 Airdrie United
Queen of the South 2–0 Brechin City
Airdrieonians 2–1 Alloa Athletic
Airdrieonians 2–2 Livingston (4–3 Pens)
Alloa Athletic 4–4 Inverness Cal Thistle (5–4 Pens)
Competition suspended due to lack of sponsorship
Falkirk 1–0 Queen of the South
Stranraer 1–0 St Johnstone
Stenhousemuir 0–0 Dundee United (5–4 Pens)
Airdrieonians 3–2 Dundee
Falkirk 3–0 St Mirren
Hamilton Academical 3–2 Morton
Hamilton Academical 1–0 Ayr United
Dundee 3–2 Ayr United