The trophy was commisioned in 1977, after the original Memorial Fifty Club organised a number of fund raising events. These funds were added to the money remaining from the floral tribute collection taken at Tynecastle, shortly after Willie's death.
The Cup was designed and hand crafted by Jim Daly, a Sheffield man.
The Trophy was formally presented to The Association Of Scottish Youth Football in 1985. It has been the official Scottish Under-14 Cup since then.
The Willie Bauld Memorial Trophy Final is normally played at Tynecastle Stadium, which is a fitting setting to honour Willie Bauld's name in perpetuity.
The Winners are only allowed to retain possession of the trophy for one month. The Willie Bauld Memorial Club plan to allow the trophy to be on display in one of the Tynecastle Function Suites for the remainder of the year.
Hutchison Vale Boys Club are the most successful team so far, having picked up the trophy on no less than twelve occasions.