2007 Scottish Challenge Cup Final

The 2007 Scottish Challenge Cup Final was played on 25 November 2007 at Dens Park in Dundee and was the 17th Scottish Challenge Cup Final. The final was contested by Dunfermline Athletic and St. Johnstone. St. Johnstone won the match 3–2, which earned their first national trophy win in their 122 year existence.

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