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1974–75 Scottish Cup

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1974–75 Scottish Cup

1974–75 Scottish Cup
Country Scotland
Champions Celtic
Runners-up Airdrieonians

The 1974–75 Scottish Cup was the 90th season of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by Celtic who defeated Airdrieonians in the final.

First round

Home team Score Away team
Clachnacuddin 8 – 1 Gala Fairydean
Montrose 5 – 1 Selkirk
Ross County 2 – 0 Brechin City
St. Cuthbert Wanderers 1 – 4 Albion Rovers
Stenhousemuir 2 – 2 East Stirlingshire

Replays

Home team Score Away team
East Stirlingshire 3 – 1 Stenhousemuir

Second round

Home team Score Away team
Alloa Athletic 1 – 1 Albion Rovers
Clachnacuddin 4 – 3 Stirling Albion
Cowdenbeath 0 – 2 Clydebank
East Stirlingshire 2 – 1 St. Mirren
Forfar Athletic 2 – 3 Ross County
Inverness Caledonian 2 – 0 Inverness Thistle
Stranraer 2 – 4 Queen’s Park
Vale of Leithen 0 – 12 Montrose

Replay

Home team Score Away team
Albion Rovers 2 – 0 Alloa Athletic

Third round

Home team Score Away team
Dundee United 1 – 1 Berwick Rangers
Ross County 1 – 5 Falkirk
Dumbarton 2 – 1 Clachnacuddin
Heart of Midlothian 2 – 0 Kilmarnock
St. Johnstone 1 – 0 East Fife
Airdrieonians 0 – 0 Morton
Clydebank 2 – 1 Dunfermline Athletic
Montrose 0 – 0 Hamilton Academical
Aberdeen 1 – 1 Rangers
Arbroath 1 – 0 East Stirlingshire
Ayr United 1 – 2 Queen’s Park
Clyde 0 – 1 Dundee
Hibernian 0 – 2 Celtic
Inverness Caledonian 0 – 1 Albion Rovers
Motherwell 0 – 0 Partick Thistle
Queen of the South 2 – 0 Raith Rovers

Replays

Home team Score Away team
Rangers 1 – 2 Aberdeen
Hamilton Academical 3 – 0 Montrose
Morton 0 – 3 Airdrieonians
Partick Thistle 0 – 1 Motherwell
Berwick Rangers 0 – 1 Dundee United

Fourth round

Home team Score Away team
Dundee United 0 – 1 Aberdeen
Airdrieonians 2 – 0 Falkirk
Arbroath 2 – 0 Albion Rovers
Celtic 4 – 1 Clydebank
Hamilton Academical 0 – 1 Dumbarton
Motherwell 4 – 0 Queen’s Park
Queen of the South 0 – 2 Heart of Midlothian
St. Johnstone 0 – 1 Dundee

Quarter-finals

Home team Score Away team
Aberdeen 0 – 1 Motherwell
Arbroath 2 – 2 Airdrieonians
Dumbarton 1 – 2 Celtic
Heart of Midlothian 1 – 1 Dundee

Replays

Home team Score Away team
Airdrieonians 3 – 0 Arbroath
Dundee 3 – 2 Heart of Midlothian

Semi-finals

2 April 1975
Celtic 1 – 0 Dundee
Glavin Goal

Attendance: 40,702
Referee: Hugh Alexander

5 April 1975
Airdrieonians 1 – 1 Motherwell
MacLaren Template:Own goal Pettigrew Goal

Attendance: 20,574
Referee: Rollo Kyle

Replay

9 April 1975
Airdrieonians 1 – 0 Motherwell

Attendance: 13,173

Final

3 May 1975
Celtic 3 – 1 Airdrieonians
Paul Wilson Goal Goal
Pat McCluskey Goal
Kevin McCann Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 75,457
Referee: Ian Foote

Teams

CELTIC:
GK England Peter Latchford
DF Scotland Danny McGrain
DF Scotland Billy McNeill
DF Scotland Pat McCluskey
DF Scotland Andy Lynch
MF Scotland Paul Wilson
MF Scotland Steve Murray
MF Scotland Ronnie Glavin
MF Scotland Bobby Lennox
FW Scotland Kenny Dalglish
FW Scotland Harry Hood
Substitutes:
?
?
Manager:
Scotland Jock Stein
AIRDRIEONIANS:
GK Scotland Dave McWilliams
DF Scotland Paul Jonquin
DF Scotland John Menzies
DF Scotland Jim Black
DF Scotland Mark Cowan
MF Scotland Kevin McCann
MF Scotland Derek Whiteford
MF Scotland John Lapsley Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Billy Wilson
FW Scotland Tommy Walker
FW Scotland Willie McCulloch Substituted off ?'
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Tommy Reynolds Substituted in ?'
DF Scotland Jim March Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland Ian McMillan

See also

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