William Hill Scottish Cup Final
Celtic v Aberdeen
Saturday, 26 May 2017, kick-off 3pm
The season kicked-off in the summer of 2016 and tomorrow it will come to an almighty crescendo at Hampden as the top two teams in the country do battle in what is a mouth-watering prospect for the fans.
Celtic have been unstoppable so far this year, going unbeaten in the league and longing for the fourth treble in their history.
Aberdeen are searching for their first Scottish Cup win since 1990 having reached the final for the first time since 2000.
80 years ago, in 1937 the record attendance was set for the Scottish Cup with 147,365 supporters watching Celtic beat Aberdeen 2-1.
Since then, Aberdeen and Celtic have been familiar opposition and the last time the Dons won the Scottish Cup, the Bhoys were their opponents.
Brian Irvine stepped up in the 1990 shoot-out to deliver the crushing blow to Billy McNeil’s men, winning 9-8 on penalties.
This season, the sides have faced each other on five occasions with Celtic running out winners on all occasions.