The William Hill Scottish Cup will be heading out on the road this season, complete with a full trophy experience for fans to enjoy.
Ahead of each round of this year’s tournament, we’ll be visiting locations with their own connection to the Scottish Cup with Inverness first up.
Fans at each of these locations will be able to create their very own unforgettable Scottish Cup memories as they experience the history of the tournament, test themselves in our series of challenges and have their very own moment with the trophy.
The tour begins this Thursday (21 September) in Inverness, the home of 2015’s Scottish Cup winners, and architects of one of the most famous upsets in the tournament’s illustrious history, when Super Caley went ballistic. The trophy will be on show to the students at Millburn Academy.
No matter which team you support – Inverness Caledonian Thistle, Ross County, Clachnacuddin, Nairn County, Forres Mechanics or a side from further afield in Scotland – we look forward to welcoming you to Eastgate Shopping Centre on Friday where the trophy will be on show from 10am.
As well as visiting locations where fans can experience the magic of the cup first hand, the tour will also be heading to grassroots football projects so that kids up and down the country can become familiar with the oldest trophy in association football.
Stay tuned ahead of each round of this year’s William Hill Scottish Cup to find out where the cup will be going and how you can create your very own original moment and unforgettable memory with the Scottish Cup.