2016 Scottish Women's Cup

The 2016 SWF Scottish Cup is the national cup competition in Scottish women's football. All teams in the Scottish Women's Football League and SWPL 1 & 2 are eligible to enter.

2016 Scottish Women's Cup
Runners-upGlasgow City FC

Hibernian won the final after penalties against Glasgow City, who had won the cup in the last five years.[1]


Teams are either drawn into the first round or receive a bye, so that there are 16 matches to play in the Second round. The winners of the first round then are joined by the 16 SWPL 1 & 2 teams in the second round.

First round

30 of 32 teams were drawn into this round. Edinburgh Caledonia & Dumbarton United received a bye to the second round.[2]

Elgin City2–3Raith Rovers
Ross County2–1Stranraer
Dundee City1–2Granite City
Kemnay0–2St Roch's
Boroughmuir Thistle2–3FC Kilmarnock
East Kilbride Girls5–2Edinburgh South
Teesside1–3Dee Ladies
United Glasgow1–2Stenhousemuir
Caithness2–16Dunfermline Athletic
Blackburn United0–5Dundee United
Renfrew4–3Cumbernauld Colts
Stonehaven1–9East Fife
Motherwell12–0Central Girls
Bistopton FCL0–1Dee Vale

Second round

SWPL teams enter.

Dee Vale1–5Granite City
Dunfermline Athletic7–0Dumbarton United
Glasgow City26–0East Kilbride Girls[3]
Spartans W.F.C.0–0Hamilton Academical (Hamilton Academical won 4-3 on penalties)
Buchan3–5Forfar Farmington
Dee Ladies3–4Raith Rovers
Hearts3–0St Roch's
Hibernian11–0Boroughmuir Thistle
Jeanfield Swifts 18–0Ross County
Rangers 7–0East Fife
Stirling University10–0Westerlands
Renfrew5–0Queen's Park
Motherwell1–4 Glasgow Girls
Hutchison Vale 5–0Edinburgh Caledonia
Celtic 7–0Aberdeen
Dundee United 8–0Stenhousemuir

Third round

Granite City3–8Hutchison Thistle
Celtic3–1Forfar Farmington
Dunfermline Athletic0–4Glasgow Girls
Hearts3–0Hamilton Academical
Rangers1–3Glasgow City
Dundee United1–6Stirling University
Jeanfield Swifts 6–1Raith Rovers



Heart of Midlothian0–5Hibernian
Glasgow Girls0–9Glasgow City


Hibernian won their fifth Scottish Cup.

Glasgow City1–1 (a.e.t.)
(5–6 pen)


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