The Aberdeenshire Cup is a Scottish football tournament for all senior clubs affiliated to the Aberdeenshire and District Football Association (ADFA), being clubs from the historic counties of Aberdeenshire and Banffshire. The Aberdeenshire Cup is currently sponsored by the Evening Express newspaper.
Aberdeen F.C. are the most successful team in the competition, having won it a record thirty-nine times. The current champions are Fraserburgh who beat Formartine United on penalties at Victoria Park, Buckie.
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... 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 ... into the Highland Football League in 1921 and up until that time they competed in the Aberdeenshire Cup and Scottish Cup ...
... followed by a first round win away to Cove Rangers in the Aberdeenshire Cup ... Buckie went on to lift the Aberdeenshire Cup with a 1–0 victory over Keith in the final after beating rivals Deveronvale in the semi-final ... Buckie went on to completed the Aberdeenshire Double by winning the Shield with a 3–0 victory over Inverurie Loco Works in the final, having defeated Fraserburgh and ...
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