Scottish Cup, 1955 - Present
+ ARCHIVE + NEWS ACCESS
The Scottish Cup Archive includes coverage from the second oldest competition in association football history which is the home of the oldest Association Football trophy in the world.
NEWS ACCESS - Scottish Cup 2022, please contact IMG for details
|1st July 2018 to 30th June 2024
|Non-exclusive, News Access
|The footage must be used on regularly scheduled news or sports news programs on bona fide broadcasters
|News Access license lasts for 48 hours from the end of the relevant match. Limit of 2 minutes per event
Other Information: International Sound cleared for all footage/programming.
*All footage/programming is licensed on a non-exclusive basis and subject to final approval.
The Scottish Cup is an annual association football knock-out cup competition for men's football clubs in Scotland. The competition was first held in 1873–74. Entry is open to all 113 clubs with full membership of the Scottish Football Association (SFA), along with up to eight other clubs who are associate members.
Although it is the second oldest competition in association football history, after the FA Cup, the Scottish Cup trophy is the oldest in association football and the oldest national trophy in the world.
- + The 1991 Scottish Cup Final is deemed as one of the very best in the modern era. Dubbed 'the family final', as the teams were managed by brothers Tommy and Jim McLean, the game was won in extra time by Motherwell.
- + In 2000 Inverness Caledonian created a big cup shock by knocking Celtic out of the Cup at Celtic Park. This prompted arguably the greatest newspaper headline of Super Caley Go Ballistic, Celtic Are Attrocious.