As expected, Celtic and Rangers, the two bitter city rivals, are the most successful clubs in the Scottish FA Cup history. Celtic won their 39th trophy in the 2019/20 season, with the Hoops beating Hearts in the title game at Hampden Park 2-1.
Rangers, on the other hand, clinched their 33rd Scottish Cup title in the 2008/09 season as they recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over Falkirk in the final of the competition.
Queen’s Park are the third most successful club in the history of the tournament, but they won their last Scottish Cup trophy back in 1893.
On April 24, 1937, Celtic and Aberdeen met at Hampden Park in the Scottish Cup final, the match with the highest attendance in the Scottish Cup history. No fewer than 147,365 people watched the game from the stands.
Arbroath holds the record for the biggest win in the competition, with the team crushing Bon Accord 36-0 at Gayfield Park on September 12, 1885. Former Clydebank attacker Jimmy McGrory sits in top position in the Scottish Cup all-time top scorers list.