Scottish Intermediate Cup
The Intermediate dispute was a major football split which lasted from 1925 to 1931 and concerned the compensation that junior clubs received when one of their players moved to a senior Scottish Football League side.
On 19 March 1926, 62 clubs formed the Scottish Intermediate Football Association and were immediately outlawed by the Scottish Football Association. Clubs also competed for a Consolation Cup.
When a compromise was reached in 1931, the Scottish Intermediate Association renamed itself the West of Scotland Junior FA. The Scottish Intermediate Cup was also renamed as the West of Scotland Junior Cup.
1929-30 Clydebank Juniors
1930-31 Yoker Athletic