Glasgow Football Association
The Glasgow Football Association exists to serve the interests of the senior football clubs in Glasgow at both local and national level.
Round robin matches now complete
The final round robin matches of this season's City of Glasgow Cup have now been completed.
Following Rangers' resounding win over rivals Celtic in the second Old Firm match, Celtic finished with another victory over Queen's Park, while Rangers beat Partick Thistle in their last match.
The result is another Old Firm Final.
Our sincere thanks go to City Refrigeration Holdings, led by Lord William Haughey, for their continued support of the City of Glasgow Cup and the activities of the Glasgow FA. These extend to the popular Glasgow Football Festival for the pupils of Glasgow primary schools and the Football Festival for the Under-11 teams from the Glasgow FA member clubs.
2016-17 competition format
Having recently undergone a re-structure of their Youth Development, Clyde are not participating in the 2016/17 tournament. This leaves the remaining four Glasgow clubs to compete in a round robin set of fixtures, with the top two going forward to contest the Final.
Photos © Youth Football Scotland.
Action photos and match reports
We are delighted to introduce a more regular supply of action photos to our website.
These are to be provided by Youth Football Scotland, who will also provide us with match reports on City of Glasgow Cup ties when a reporter is available. Visit their website at: www.youthfootballscotland.co.uk
The Glasgow Cup
The Glasgow Cup is
one of the oldest
trophies in world
football. It was first
contested in 1887.
The 2016-17 City
of Glasgow Cup
stage where each team plays all of the others in a mini-league.
This year, four clubs will take part in the competition, Clyde FC again being absent for the 2016-17 season.
From the final league table, the top two teams will proceed to the 2017 City of Glasgow Cup Final, to be played at a venue and on a date to be determined later.
The Glasgow Football Association exists to serve the interests of the senior football clubs in Glasgow at both local and national level. Currently, these are Celtic, Clyde, Partick Thistle, Queen's Park, and Rangers.
The Association was established in 1883, and has a long and distinguished history. Among many other functions, the Association organises and operates the Glasgow FA Cup, first contested in 1887, and recognised as one of the oldest competitions in world football.
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