The 1992–93 Scottish Challenge Cup was the third season of the competition, which was also known as the B&Q Cup for sponsorship reasons, and was competed for by the 26 clubs in the Scottish Football League Division One and Two. The defending champions were Hamilton Academical, who defeated Ayr United 1–0 in the 1991 final.The final was played on 13 December 1992, between Morton and Hamilton Academical at Love Street in Paisley.

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  • The 1992–93 Scottish Challenge Cup was the third season of the competition, which was also known as the B&Q Cup for sponsorship reasons, and was competed for by the 26 clubs in the Scottish Football League Division One and Two. The defending champions were Hamilton Academical, who defeated Ayr United 1–0 in the 1991 final.The final was played on 13 December 1992, between Morton and Hamilton Academical at Love Street in Paisley. Hamilton Academical won 3–2, to defend the title for a second season. (en)
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  • The 1992–93 Scottish Challenge Cup was the third season of the competition, which was also known as the B&Q Cup for sponsorship reasons, and was competed for by the 26 clubs in the Scottish Football League Division One and Two. The defending champions were Hamilton Academical, who defeated Ayr United 1–0 in the 1991 final.The final was played on 13 December 1992, between Morton and Hamilton Academical at Love Street in Paisley. (en)
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