King Cup 22-23

The King Cup is a long established competition contested by East of Scotland FA member clubs who play in the lower three divisions of the East of Scotland League (Tiers 7, 8 & 9).

The format is straight knockout.  Heriot Watt are the current cup holders.

2022-23 COMPETITION (2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21, 2021-22)

First Round

  • Burntisland Shipyard – Armadale Thistle
  • Dunbar United – Dalkeith Thistle
  • Dunipace – Stoneyburn Juniors
  • Fauldhouse United – Lochgelly Albert
  • Glenrothes – St Andrews United
  • Hawick Royal Albert United – Edinburgh United
  • Heriot Watt University – Easthouses Lily
  • Kirkcaldy & Dysart – Whitehill Welfare
  • Leith Athletic – Kennoway Star Hearts
  • Peebles Rovers – Edinburgh South
  • Preston Athletic – Thornton Hibs
  • Stirling University EOS – Harthill Royal

Second Round

  • Arniston Rangers – Whitburn Juniors
  • Craigroyston – Edinburgh College
  • Dunbar United or Dalkeith Thistle – Fauldhouse United or Lochgelly Albert
  • Dunipace or Stoneyburn Juniors – Coldstream
  • Heriot Watt University or Easthouses Lily – Lochore Welfare
  • Kinnoull – Stirling University EOS or Harthill Royal
  • Kirkcaldy & Dysart or Whitehill Welfare – Preston Athletic or Thornton Hibs
  • Leith Athletic or Kennoway Star Hearts – Burntisland Shipyard or Armadale Thistle
  • Livingston United – Bo’ness Athletic
  • Newtongrange Star – Bathgate Thistle
  • Ormiston Primrose – Hawick Royal Albert United or Edinburgh United
  • Peebles Rovers or Edinburgh South – Luncarty
  • Pumpherston Juniors – Newburgh
  • Rosyth – Glenrothes or St Andrews United
  • Syngenta – Camelon Juniors
  • West Calder United – Tweedmouth Rangers

Third Round

Quarter Finals

Semi Finals

Final