Scottish Youth Cup
The Scottish Youth Cup (also known as the SFA Youth Cup) is an annual Scottish football competition run by the Scottish Football Association for under-20 teams, previously under-19 teams. The competition started in 1983-84 and is open to all senior clubs. The competition's first winners, Celtic, have won the competition 13 times, more than any other club. Rangers are the current holders, beating Heart of Midlothian on a penalty shootout in the final of the 2013–14 competition.
|*||Match decided in extra time|
|†||Match decided by a penalty shootout after extra time|
Performance by club
|Club||Wins||Last win||Runners-up||Last final lost|
|Heart of Midlothian||3||2000||2||2014|
|Queen of the South||—||—||2||2012|