2006–07 Scottish League Cup

The 2006–07 Scottish League Cup was the 61st staging of the Scotland's second most prestigious football knockout competition, also known for sponsorship reasons as the CIS Insurance Cup.

The competition began on 9 August 2006, and was won by Hibernian, who defeated Kilmarnock 5–1 in the final.

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