|Scottish Gaelic: Cùbar Aonghais|
Coupar Angus shown within Perth and Kinross
|Population||1,755  (2001 census)|
|OS grid reference|
|– Edinburgh||41 mi (66 km)|
|Council area||Perth and Kinross|
|Lieutenancy area||Perth and Kinross|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|UK Parliament||Perth and North Perthshire|
|Scottish Parliament||Perthshire North|
Clock Tower - The Steeple
Coupar Angus Abbey
In the Middle Ages it was the site of the major Cistercian abbey of Coupar Angus, one of Scotland's most important monasteries, founded by Malcolm IV (1153–65) in the 1160s. Of the abbey, only architectural fragments, preserved in the 19th-century parish church (which is probably on the site of the monastic church), or built into houses and walls throughout the town, survive, along with part of one of its gatehouses.
National Library of Scotland
World War II
Several Polish units were stationed in and around Coupar Angus from 1939 to 1945. 
- Coupar Angus is home to the junior football club Coupar Angus F.C. and also Coupar Angus Amateur Football Club.
- Coupar Angus is the birthplace of Jock Sutherland, coach for the Pittsburg Steelers 1946–1947.
- Coupar Angus is the birthplace of Alan Gilzean, who is a former professional footballer from the 1960s and 1970s and played for Scottish club Dundee, national side Scotland and English club Tottenham Hotspur.
- John Robertson, born in 1830 at Struan, was a railway porter residing in Causewayend. He was an amateur astronomer and contributed to several national journals on the subject.
- William Nairne Clark, one of the two protagonists that fought the last recorded Regulation duel with flintlock pistols in Western Australia, was born in Coupar Angus in 1804. Clark and his opponent, George French Johnson, faced each other in Fremantle, Western Australia, on the morning of Friday 6 June 1832. Johnson was fatally wounded in the hip in the encounter. Clark was subsequently charged with, and acquitted of, Johnson's murder. Clark, who had trained as a lawyer,emigrated to Western Australia on the convict ship 'Eliza' in 1830. He initially practised as a lawyer before founding 'The West Australian Journal' newspaper in 1836.
- "Comparative Population Profile: Coupar Angus Locality". Scotland's Census Results Online. 2001-04-29. Retrieved 2010-10-14.