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1984–85 Scottish Cup

1984–85 Scottish Cup

The 1984–85 Scottish Cup was the 100th staging of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The Cup was won by Celtic who defeated Dundee United in the final. The first round saw Stirling Albion record a 20–0 win over non-league Selkirk. This was the biggest win in British senior football in the 20th Century.[1]

1984–85 Scottish Cup
Runners-upDundee United
← 1983–84
1985–86 →

First round

Home teamScoreAway team
Berwick Rangers3 – 1Albion Rovers
Dunfermline Athletic1 – 3East Stirlingshire
Queen of the South2 – 1Arbroath
Stenhousemuir2 – 1Whitehill Welfare
Stirling Albion20 – 0Selkirk
Stranraer2 – 2Gala Fairydean


Home teamScoreAway team
Gala Fairydean0 – 1Stranraer

Second round

Home teamScoreAway team
Alloa Athletic2 – 1East Stirlingshire
Berwick Rangers1 – 1Inverness Caledonian
Cowdenbeath2 – 1Stirling Albion
Inverness Thistle1 – 1Spartans
Keith2 – 0Brora Rangers
Queen of the South3 – 1Montrose
Queen’s Park0 – 0Raith Rovers
Stranraer0 – 0Stenhousemuir


Home teamScoreAway team
Stenhousemuir0 – 2Stranraer
Spartans1 – 2Inverness Thistle
Raith Rovers1 – 0Queen’s Park
Inverness Caledonian3 – 3Berwick Rangers

Second Replay

Home teamScoreAway team
Inverness Caledonian3 – 0Berwick Rangers

Third round

Home teamScoreAway team
Inverness Thistle3 – 0Kilmarnock
Stranraer4 – 6Queen of the South
St Johnstone1 – 1Dundee
Airdrieonians0 – 3Falkirk
Cowdenbeath0 – 4St Mirren
Dundee United3 – 0Hibernian
Forfar Athletic1 – 0Clydebank
Aberdeen5 – 0Alloa Athletic
Hamilton Academical1 – 2Celtic
Hearts6 – 0Inverness Caledonian
Meadowbank Thistle4 – 2Partick Thistle
Motherwell4 – 0Dumbarton
Ayr United3 – 1Keith
Brechin City1 – 1East Fife
Greenock Morton3 – 3Rangers
Raith Rovers2 – 2Clyde


Home teamScoreAway team
Dundee2 – 1St Johnstone
Clyde1 – 2Raith Rovers
Rangers3 – 1Greenock Morton
East Fife0 – 4Brechin City

Fourth round

Home teamScoreAway team
Meadowbank Thistle0 – 2Motherwell
Ayr United0 – 1St Mirren
Brechin City1 – 1Hearts
Celtic6 – 0Inverness Thistle
Forfar Athletic2 – 1Falkirk
Queen of the South0 – 3Dundee United
Raith Rovers1 – 2Aberdeen
Rangers0 – 1Dundee


Home teamScoreAway team
Hearts1 – 0Brechin City


Home teamScoreAway team
Dundee1 – 1Celtic
Hearts1 – 1Aberdeen
Motherwell4 – 1Forfar Athletic
St Mirren1 – 4Dundee United


Home teamScoreAway team
Aberdeen1 – 0Hearts
Celtic2 – 1Dundee




See also

  • 1984–85 in Scottish football

  • 1984–85 Scottish League Cup


Citation Linkwww.bbc.comStirling Albion: 30th anniversary of 20-goal Cup victory, Kenny Crawford, BBC News, 8 December 2014
Sep 24, 2019, 5:06 PM
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Sep 24, 2019, 5:06 PM
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