The IRN-BRU Cup gets under way tonight, with a place in round two on August 16/17 up for grabs. Here are a few facts and figures as the tournament enters its 26th season.
1 The competition began life as the B&Q Centenary Cup, with Dundee beating Ayr United 3-2 at Fir Park in the first final in November 1990.
2 Terry Christie is the only manager to have won the trophy twice - with Stenhousemuir in 1995 (pictured) and Alloa Athletic in 1999.
3 McDiarmid Park has staged the most finals - hosting the deciding game on nine occasions.
4 Peterhead's Rory McAllister was the top scorer in the 2015/16 competition. He scored eight goals, including all five in a 5-3 win at Falkirk.
5 Rangers are the current holders after beating Peterhead 4-0 at Hampden Park in April.
6 Two players have scored final hat-tricks - Billy Dodds for Dundee in 1990 and Paul Sheerin for Inverness Caley Thistle in 1999.
7 The last five winning managers are Steven Pressley (Falkirk), Allan Johnston (Queen of the South), Grant Murray (Raith Rovers), Mark Burchill (Livingston), Mark Warburton (Rangers).
8 Goalkeeper Tony Parks won the tournament with Falkirk in 1993/94, a decade after helping Tottenham win the UEFA Cup.
9 Sandy Stewart was a player in the Airdrie team that won the cup in 2001/02 and was manager of St Johnstone for their 2007/08 success.
10 Hamilton Accies were back-to-back winners of the tournament in 1991/92 and 1992/93.