Scottish League Cup winners list, Betfred Cup Champions in history Rangers FC. When it comes to the Scottish League Cup, the Rangers are the most successful team in history with 27 titles. Celtic. Celtic FC is the second most successful team in Scottish League Cup history with 19 titles. The Celts ...
2019–20 Scottish League Cup; Country: Scotland: Dates: 12 July – 8 December 2019: Teams: 44: Defending champions: Celtic: Champions: Celtic: Runners-up: Rangers: Matches played: 95: Goals scored: 298 (3.14 per match) Top goal scorer(s) Florian Kamberi Kevin Nisbet (5 goals) ←
Scottish League & Cup Double Winners: Rangers (18), Celtic (18), Aberdeen (1) Scottish League, Cup & League Cup Treble Winners: Rangers (7), Celtic (5) Biggest Win: Celtic 7 - Rangers 1 (1957-1958)
The competition had a straight knockout format but became a group and knockout competition from 2016–17 . Rangers are the record holders of the cup, winning 27 times. St Johnstone are the current holders, after beating Livingston 1–0 at Hampden Park on 28 February 2021.
St Johnstone's Callum Davidson backs European spot for Betfred Cup winners. February 24, 2021. John Reid. St Johnstone boss Callum Davidson has disclosed that he would be in favour of the Betfred Cup winners getting a spot in Europe if the Scottish Cup can’t be completed this season. As it stands, the Betfred Cup winners don’t get a place ...
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2009/10 Rangers 1-0 St Mirren. 2010/11 Rangers 2-1 Celtic (AET) 2011/12 Kilmarnock 1-0 Celtic. 2012/13 St Mirren 3-2 Heart of Midlothian. 2013/14 Aberdeen 0-0 Inverness Caledonian Thistle (AET, Aberdeen won 4-2 on penalties) 2014/15 Celtic 2-0 Dundee United. 2015/16 Ross County 2-1 Hibernian.
Betfred Challenge Cup and Grand Final winners, the Double Champions retaining their Betfred Super League crown which also secured their very own 'three-peat'. At Wembley, with supporters finally allowed back, the atmosphere was electric.
St Johnstone have won the Betfred League Cup after a 1-0 win over Livingston at Hampden. Shaun Rooney's header after 23 minutes was enough for the McDiarmid men who were the better team on the day.