Scottish Junior Cup 22-23

The Scottish Junior Cup is contested by members of the Scottish Junior FA, which these days includes members of the North Region SJFA, Midlands League, East of Scotland League and West of Scotland League.  It was first contested in 1886.

This year there are 108 entries, down two from last season, when it was won by Auchinleck Talbot, who defeated outsiders Yoker Athletic in the final at Rugby Park.

This season, the ten member clubs who are also taking part in the Scottish Cup have been exempted to the Second Round.

2022-23 COMPETITION (2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21 not contested, 2021-22)

First Round (Aug 27)

  • Rossvale – Muirkirk Juniors (Aug 26)
  • Aberdeen East End – Lanark United 
  • Ardeer Thistle – Johnstone Burgh
  • Arthurlie – Harthill Royal
  • Banks o’ Dee Juniors – Newmains United (@ Balmoral Stadium)
  • Blairgowrie – Stonehaven
  • Brechin Victoria – Maybole Juniors
  • Buchanhaven Hearts – Ashfield
  • Carluke Rovers – Ellon United
  • Colony Park – Bellshill Athletic
  • Coupar Angus – Beith Juniors
  • Craigmark Burntonians – Largs Thistle
  • Cumbernauld United – Shotts Bon Accord
  • Downfield – Dyce
  • Dufftown – Maryhill
  • Dundee North End – Deveronside
  • Dundee St James – St Anthony’s
  • Dundee Violet – Culter
  • East Craigie – Cambuslang Rangers
  • Forfar West End – Kilsyth Rangers
  • Forres Thistle – Aberdeen University
  • Glasgow Perthshire – Cruden Bay
  • Glasgow United – Blantyre Victoria
  • Glenafton Athletic – East Kilbride Thistle
  • Greenock Juniors – Saltcoats Victoria
  • Irvine Victoria – Fraserburgh United
  • Islavale – Dalry Thistle
  • Kirriemuir Thistle – Broughty Athletic
  • Lesmahagow Juniors – Hermes
  • Letham – Burghead Thistle
  • Livingston United – Yoker Athletic
  • Lochee Harp – Newmacher United
  • Longside – Stoneyburn Juniors
  • Lossiemouth United – Arbroath Victoria
  • Lugar Boswell Thistle – Forfar United
  • Montrose Roselea – Maud
  • Petershill – Nairn St Ninian
  • Rothie Rovers – Armadale Thistle
  • Royal Albert – West Calder United
  • Scone Thistle – New Elgin
  • Troon – Ardrossan Winton Rovers
  • Vale of Clyde – Gartcairn
  • Vale of Leven – Banchory St Ternan
  • Wishaw – Bridge of Don Thistle

Second Round (Sept 24)

  • 44 First Round winners
  • 10 First Round byes – Bathgate Thistle, Glentanar, Hurlford United, Larkhall Thistle, St Roch’s, Kilbirnie Ladeside, Kirkintilloch Rob Roy, Sunnybank, Stoneywood Parkvale, and Thorniewood United.
  • 10 Scottish Cup participants – Auchinleck Talbot, Benburb, Carnoustie Panmure, Cumnock, Darvel, Irvine Meadow, Lochee United, Rutherglen Glencairn, Syngenta, and Tayport.

Third Round (Oct 29)

Fourth Round (Dec 3)

Quarter Finals

Semi Finals

Final