The Scottish Cup Final 2024 saw Celtic and Rangers compete for association football's oldest trophy on Saturday, May 25. 

The match marked the fifth and final time the sides met that campaign, and a last-gasp Adam Idah goal secured silverware for Brendan Rodgers and his players at the national stadium.  

The match was the first time the sides had met in a Scottish Cup Final for 22 years when Rangers won 3-2 on May 4, 2002. That day, John Hartson and Bobo Balde found the net for Martin O'Neill's side – however a Barry Ferguson goal and a Peter Lovenkrands brace secured silverware for Alex McLeish's men.

Before the match, Celtic and Rangers has last met in the Scottish Cup all-told during last year's semi-final, when a first-half header from Jota ensured Ange Postecoglou's men got the better of Michael Beale's that afternoon. Celtic went on to defeat Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-1 in last year's final on June 3, 2023.

The Scottish Cup Final 2024 followed four Glasgow Derby encounters in the Scottish Premiership. 

When is the Scottish Cup Final 2024?

The Scottish Cup Final 2024 was at Hampden Park this Saturday, May 25, 2024.

When is the Scottish Cup Final 2024 kick off time?

The Scottish Cup Final 2024 kick off time was 3pm at Hampden Park.

There had been early suggestions that the Scottish Cup final 2024 kick-off time may be moved regarding television schedule clashes with the FA Cup final between Manchester United and Manchester City, however the SFA later confirmed the above details.

What channel is the Scottish Cup final on?

The Scottish Cup final 2024 was broadcast live on Premier Sports and BBC Scotland. The match was available to stream live through Premier Sports for subscribers, and live on BBC iPlayer, with highlights now featuring on both outlets.

How the Scottish Cup semi-finals were won


Celtic overcame Aberdeen in dramatic fashion in last month's semi-final.

After conceding early to a fine Bojan Miovski strike after just two minutes, Nicolas Kuhn equalised on 21. James Forrest fired his side in front minutes after coming on as a substitute over the hour, before Ester Sokler restored parity on the scoreboard in the dying seconds.

Matt O'Riley put Celtic back in front in extra-time with an intelligent finish, before Aberdeen again bounced back – this time via Angus McDonald with less than a minute left on the clock. Celtic ultimately won the ensuing penalty shoot-out 6-5, but not before goalkeeper Joe Hart missed Celtic's fifth penalty from the spot, before heroically saving the decisive kick to win the tie.

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Rangers' 2-0 semi-final victory over Hearts was fairly routine for Philippe Clement's men.

In what was a dominant performance from Rangers, in-form forward Cyriel Dessers put his side in front after five minutes when he fashioned onto a Todd Cantwell through ball, before striking low and hard beyond Craig Gordon.

Fast forward to 78 minutes and a similar offensive pairing saw Cantwell slide Dessers in to the right of goal. The forward's first attempt was blocked by the Hearts keeper, but Gordon could do little about Dessers' decisive follow-up.

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