The Scottish FA Youth Cup final between Rangers and Celtic is set to be broadcast live on the BBC Scotland channel. That’s freeview channel 9.
Hampden Park will host the match on Thursday 25th April, with this special Old Firm derby kicking off at 19.05 BST.
Six-time winners Rangers will be hoping to topple dominant Celtic who have sixteen of the trophies to their name.

Celtic were victorious in the 2017 Youth Cup final which was also between the two sides. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
Rangers have been rampant in the run-up to the final. In the third round, Rangers trounced East Kilbride 8-2.
The Rangers youth side then dumped Greenock Morton 2-0 in the fourth round back in December. They then hammered Cove Rangers 3-0 in the 5
th, before dumping last year’s finalists Aberdeen 3-1 in the semi.
The match will see these two old rivals clash in the 35th Scottish FA Youth Cup Final. The trophy originally started in 1983-84 and is open to all senior clubs. The age limit was originally set at U19 but it is now played at U18 level.

It’s been a superb year for the Rangers Academy with victory in the ALKASS Cup a particular highlight. Fans tuned into that final and will surely do the same for this.
One of those from that ALKASS cup winning team has been talking about how Rangers Academy ranks against some of the world’s best down south [originally Evening Times].
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