Scottish Football Association
The Scottish Football Association Archive includes coverage from the Scottish Cup, the oldest prize in World football.
-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’.
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Founded in 1873, the Scottish Football Association is the governing body of football in Scotland and exists to promote, foster and develop the game at all levels. The Scottish FA is also responsible for operating the world-famous Scottish Cup and is proud of its distinction as the oldest cup prize in world football.