The 2015 William Hill Scottish Cup Final between Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Falkirk is just over a week away with fans of both sides snapping up tickets to the event.

Tickets in the neutral section at Hampden Park are still available and can be bought at £5 for concessions and £25 for adults.

To celebrate we’ve picked out five of the best Scottish Cup Finals in history that made great viewing for the neutrals. See if you agree and share your own favourite final at the William Hill Scottish Cup Facebook page:

1. Motherwell 4-3 Dundee Utd  - 1991 Scottish Cup Final
Motherwell took the lead through Iain Ferguson before United’s Dave Bowman equalised. Goals from Phil O’Donnell and Ian Angus put Well 3-1 up and they appeared to be cruising before John O’Neil and Darren Jackson struck late to force the game into extra-time. Substitute Stevie Kirk scored the winner in the first half of extra-time to make history for Motherwell who went on to clinch their first ever Scottish Cup.

2. Rangers 3-2 Celtic - 1973 Scottish Cup Final
122,000 people squeezed into Hampden to witness these two Glasgow rivals go head-to-head. With the scores at 2-2 and the game on a knife-edge, Rangers Tom Forsyth netted on the hour mark to give his club a 20th Scottish Cup win in their centenary year.

3. Celtic 2-1 Dundee United - 1985 Scottish Cup Final
The 100th edition of the Scottish Cup produced a thrilling game at Hampden Park. Celtic had lost the previous year’s final to Aberdeen and went one goal down to United on 55 minutes. A Davie Proven free kick 13 minutes from time evened things up before Frank McGarvey’s late diving header handed Celtic their 28th Scottish Cup win.

4. Aberdeen 4-1 Rangers - 1982 Cup Final
Sir Alex Ferguson’s Aberdeen lifted their third Scottish Cup with a hard fought win over Rangers at Hampden. The game finished 1-1 before extra-time goals from Mark McGhee, Gordon Strachan and Neale Cooper made sure the cup was heading North.

5. Falkirk 2-1 Kilmarnock - 1957 Cup Final
After a 1-1 draw the 1957 final went to a replay which seen Falkirk win their second Scottish Cup trophy.  George Merchant’s goal had given Falkirk the lead before David Curlett netted an equaliser on 78 minutes to force extra-time. Doug Moran’s goal after 101 minutes was enough to give Falkirk their last Scottish Cup win to date.

Footage courtesy of British Pathe