Where are they now? The Falkirk 2012 Scottish Challenge Cup winners

A solitary effort from Darren Dods gave Falkirk a 1-0 win over Hamilton Accies at Livingston in April 2012.

Thursday, 10th October 2019, 1:38 pm
LIVINGSTON. Almondvale Stadium. Ramsdens Cup final. Falkirk v Hamilton Accies.

It was the club’s fourth triumph in the competition – the only team to do so – but where are those players who won that day now?

A huge fan favourite at the club winning Falkirk's players' player of the year for two years. Moved to Hamilton in 2014, set a top flight cleansheet club record there, before going to Norwich. Has 30 caps for Northern Ireland.
Spent six years at Falkirk before leaving in 2016 after making over 150 appearances. Injuries curtailed his progression, moved to East Fife before joining current club Clyde in 2017. Scotland cap at 17,19 and 21 level.
Left at the end of the season following the Cup win after six years at the club, played over a 100 games in the top flight for the Bairns. Played for St Johnstone, Dundee United, Partick Thistle and Brechin. Now at Kelty Hearts.
Joined Huddersfield who won promotion to the Championship in 2012, struggled for games and joined Scunthorpe on loan in 2015 before making move permanent. Now at Championship side Millwall. Represented Scotland at U21 level.
Scored the winning goal in the final. Joined Forfar Athletic in 2013. Appointed player manager of Brechin in 2015. Secured promotion in 2017 but relegated the season after and sacked in October 2018. Now doing SFA coaching.
Signed for Swansea on January transfer deadline day in 2014 from Falkirk. The midfielder has spent time out on loan at Oldham and Wigan in 2015 and 2018 now in Swansea's first team playing regular Championship football.
After seven years and more than 200 Championship and cup appearances to his name for Falkirk, Sibbald joined Scottish Premiership side Livingston in 2018 where he currently is. Has made four appearances for the Lions this season.
Left Falkirk to join Dundee United at the end of the 2012 season, rejoined the Bairns on loan in 2013-14. Since then has played for Peterhead, QOS, Livingston, Forfar, Largs Thistle and now signed for East Stirlingshire.
Left Falkirk in the summer after falling out with boss Steven Pressley, played with Celtic Nation and Workington before spells with Stranraer, Dumbarton and Peterhead. Helped the Blue Toon to win League Two. Now at Stenhousemuir.
After struggling with injury, the striker joined Stirling Albion in 2013. Moved to Championship side Alloa in 2014 before joining Norwegian side Verdal in 2016. A strong campaigner for mental health awareness in football.
Left Falkirk to join Brentford in 2012 but had limited success returned to Scotland and played for Hibernian, Dunfermline, Ayr United and Edinburgh City. Retired in 2018, returned to France and is playing amateur football.
The Bolton loanee that season left to join Rochdale and was there for four years before joining Mansfield. Signed for League One side Peterborough in 2018 and has made a couple of appearances for the Posh this season.
Would go on to make more than 100 appearances for the Bairns before making a lucrative move to Swansea City in 2014. Made his Premier League debut against Arsenal in 2016. Moved to current Championship club Hull City in 2017.
Blair Alston would leave Falkirk after six years with the club, racking up more than 200 games, after their play-off defeat to Kilmarnock in 2016. Joined St Johnstone for three years before signing for Hamilton Accies this summer.
Left Falkirk in 2012 and enjoyed a prolific two years at the Binos. Signed for Livingston and helped fire the Lions to safety. Illness struck him at Wrexham in 2016, had a spell at Barrow before joining current club Inverness CT.
After five years at Falkirk, Bowman signed for Stenhousemuir in 2017. Also had a spell at Albion Rovers before joining Brechin City but was released in the summer .