Stirlingshire Cup

The Stirlingshire FA was formed on Christmas Day 1883, with a meeting, in the Railway Hotel, Larbert, between the Falkirk, East Stirlingshire, Tayavalla, Dunipace, King's Park, Campsie the original Stenhousemuir Football Clubs. The Stirlingshire Cup, introduced that same season, is one of the longest competed trophies in the world, and it is still the same trophy to this day. In later years the Stirlingshire FA absorbed both the Clackmannanshire & Dunbartonshire Football Associations. Latterly, upon the decline of the EFA Cup and King Cup, it also accepted Bo'ness FC into its ranks. Excepting wartime seasons, the only occasion it has never been played was in 2008-09.


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