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1985 Scottish Cup Final

1985 Scottish Cup Final
Event 1984–85 Scottish Cup
Date 18 May 1985
Venue Hampden Park, Glasgow
Referee Brian McGinlay
Attendance 60,346

The 1985 Scottish Cup Final was played on 18 May 1985 at Hampden Park in Glasgow and was the final of the 100th season of the Scottish Cup. The previous winners were Aberdeen, who had beaten Celtic in the 1984 final, but they were knocked out by Dundee United at the Semi-final stage. The Final was contested by Celtic and Dundee United. Celtic won the match 2–1, thanks to a free kick scored by Davie Provan and a late diving header from Frank McGarvey.

Match details

18 May 1985
Celtic 2 – 1 Dundee United
 77'
 84'
Report (page 18)  55'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 60,346
Referee: Brian McGinlay
CELTIC:
GK Pat Bonner
DF Willie McStay
DF Tom McAdam
DF Roy Aitken
DF Danny McGrain
MF Davie Provan
MF Paul McStay  ?'
MF Murdo MacLeod
MF Tommy Burns  ?'
FW Mo Johnston
FW Frank McGarvey
Substitutes:
DF Pierce O'Leary  ?'
FW Brian McClair  ?'
Manager:
David Hay
DUNDEE UNITED:
GK Hamish McAlpine
DF Richard Gough
DF Paul Hegarty
DF David Narey
DF Maurice Malpas
MF Eamonn Bannon
MF Billy Kirkwood
MF Stuart Beedie  ?'
MF Ralph Milne
FW Davie Dodds
FW Paul Sturrock
Substitutes:
DF John Holt  ?'
FW Tommy Coyne
Manager:
Jim McLean

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