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2004 Scottish Cup Final

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2004 Scottish Cup Final

2004 Scottish Cup Final
Event 2003–04 Scottish Cup
Date 22 May 2004
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Stuart Dougal
Attendance 50,846

The 2004 Scottish Cup Final was played on 22 May 2004 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 118th Scottish Cup. The final was contested by Dunfermline Athletic and Celtic. Celtic came from behind to win the match 3–1.

Match details

22 May 2004
Dunfermline Athletic 1 – 3 Celtic
Skerla Goal 40' Report Larsson Goal 58'71'
Petrov Goal 84'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 50,846
Referee: Stuart Dougal
GK 20 Scotland Derek Stillie
DF 18 Republic of Ireland Richie Byrne Substituted off 88'
DF 5 Lithuania Andrius Skerla
DF 4 Scotland Darren Young Booked
DF 28 England Aaron Labonte
MF 8 Scotland Gary Mason Substituted off 82'
MF 7 Scotland Barry Nicholson
MF 12 Republic of Ireland Gary Dempsey Substituted off 60'
MF 11 Scotland Derek Young
FW 10 Scotland Craig Brewster Booked
FW 9 Scotland Stephen Crawford
GK 30 Scotland Scott Y. Thomson
DF 32 Scotland Andy Tod Substituted in 88'
DF 22 France David Grondin Substituted in 82'
MF 2 Scotland Lee Bullen Substituted in 60'
FW 31 England Billy Mehmet
Scotland Jimmy Calderwood
GK 22 Scotland David Marshall
DF 17 France Didier Agathe
DF 4 Scotland Jackie McNamara
DF 23 Slovakia Stanislav Varga
DF 6 Guinea Bobo Baldé
MF 18 Northern Ireland Neil Lennon Booked
MF 19 Bulgaria Stiliyan Petrov
MF 11 Scotland Stephen Pearson Substituted off 58'
MF 8 England Alan Thompson
CF 7 Sweden Henrik Larsson
CF 9 England Chris Sutton
GK 47 Northern Ireland Michael McGovern
DF 35 Sweden Johan Mjällby
MF 14 Scotland Paul Lambert
MF 33 Scotland Ross Wallace Substituted in 58'
FW 37 Scotland Craig Beattie
Northern Ireland Martin O'Neill


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