Qualifying Cup

Some articles on qualifying cup, cup:

Fraserburgh F.C. - History
... Fraserburgh's first ever match was an away tie in the Scottish Qualifying Cup against rivals Peterhead, which Fraserburgh won 3–1 ... In their very first season they went on to win the Aberdeenshire Cup, defeating Buckie Thistle at Pittodrie Stadium ... Highland Football League in 1921 and up until that time they competed in the Aberdeenshire Cup and Scottish Cup ...
2004–05 In English Football - Diary of The Season
... place, though seventh place could be enough for a UEFA Cup place this season. 27 February 2005 – Chelsea win the League Cup beating Liverpool 3–2 after extra time, meaning that the sixth placed club will get a UEFA Cup place this season if Liverpool achieve a top ... Hotspur complete the top seven, as the FA Cup will (like the League Cup final was) be a top-five affair this season seventh place in the league will be enough for a UEFA Cup place this time ...
East Stirlingshire F.C. - Honours - Other
... Scottish Qualifying Cup Winners (2) 1998-99, 1910–11 Runners up(3) 1895-96, 1897–98, 1900–01 Scottish Qualifying Cup Midlands Runners up(1) 1946-47 ...
Scottish Qualifying Cup
... The Scottish Qualifying Cup was a football competition played in Scotland between 1895 and 2007 ... the 1950s, it was the only way for non-league teams to qualify for the Scottish Cup ... The Qualifying Cup was open to all full member clubs of the Scottish Football Association, who were not members of the Scottish Premier League or Scottish Football League ...

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