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1987 Scottish Cup Final

 

1987 Scottish Cup Final

1987 Scottish Cup Final
Event 1986–87 Scottish Cup
(a.e.t.)
Date 16 May 1987
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Kenny Hope
Attendance 51,782
1986
1988

The 1987 Scottish Cup Final was played between St. Mirren and Dundee United at Hampden Park on 16 May 1987.

Underdogs St Mirren won the game 1–0, with a goal by Ian Ferguson. It was their third Scottish Cup win in their 110 year history.

This was the last year, as of 2010, that the Scottish Cup has been won by a team fully composed of Scottish players. Moreover, this was the last Scottish Cup final, as of 2010, where all players competing and both managers were Scottish.

Match details

16 May 1987
St. Mirren 1 – 0 (a.e.t.) Dundee United
Ian Ferguson Goal
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 51,782
Referee: Kenny Hope
ST. MIRREN:
GK Scotland Campbell Money
DF Scotland Tommy Wilson
DF Scotland Derek Hamilton
DF Scotland Neil Cooper
DF Scotland David Winnie
MF Scotland Ian Ferguson
MF Scotland Paul Lambert Substituted off ?'
MF Scotland Billy Abercrombie
MF Scotland Brian Hamilton
FW Scotland Kenny McDowall Substituted off ?'
FW Scotland Frank McGarvey
Substitutes:
MF Scotland Tony Fitzpatrick Substituted in ?'
MF Scotland Ian Cameron Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland Alex Smith
DUNDEE UNITED:
GK Scotland Billy Thomson
DF Scotland John Holt
DF Scotland John Clark
DF Scotland David Narey
DF Scotland Maurice Malpas
MF Scotland Eamonn Bannon
MF Scotland David Bowman
MF Scotland Jim McInally
MF Scotland Ian Redford Substituted off ?'
FW Scotland Iain Ferguson
FW Scotland Paul Sturrock Substituted off ?'
Substitutes:
DF Scotland Paul Hegarty Substituted in ?'
FW Scotland Kevin Gallacher Substituted in ?'
Manager:
Scotland Jim McLean

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