William Hill Scottish Cup Final
Inverness Caledonian Thistle vs. Falkirk
Saturday 30 May, kick-off 3pm
Hampden Park, Glasgow

Falkirk fans were given the chance to wish good luck to their Scottish Cup heroes this week as the players visited The Howgate Centre in Falkirk town centre.

Captain David McCracken was joined by semi-final goalscorer Craig Sibbald, Graham Bowman and former manager Alex Totten, as the William Hill Scottish Cup continued its tour around the town ahead of the final on Saturday 30 May.

Speaking to the Scottish FA at the event, McCracken said: "You can see the buzz it’s creating in the city. It’s a great thing for the club and the community as well. There was a queue right out the door the other day when tickets went on sale. The amount of tickets that we have sold, you can see it’s creating a buzz.”

Falkirk have appeared in four cup finals in the past, winning their first two in 1913 and 1957. Alex Totten was manager for the 1997 Scottish Cup final against Kilmarnock and he believes current manager Peter Houston has the capability to bring the cup back to Falkirk.

Totten said: "It’s fantastic and everyone is looking forward to it. We’ve had great tickets sales the whole week and last week so I’m very very excited.

"Falkirk have been to five cup finals, I’ve taken them to one and now Peter is in one. I signed Peter for Falkirk so I’m delighted. It’s tremendous for Falkirk and the players. We can do it."