1984–85 Scottish League Cup

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1984–85 Scottish League Cup
Country  Scotland
Champions Rangers
Runners-up Dundee United

The 1984–85 Scottish League Cup was the thirty-ninth season of Scotland's second football knockout competition. The competition was won by Rangers, who defeated Dundee United in the Final.

First round[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Albion Rovers 2–0 Montrose 14 August 1984
Dunfermline Ath 4–0 Arbroath 15 August 1984
East Stirlingshire 1–1[1][2] Berwick Rangers 15 August 1984
Queen of the South 2–1 Queen's Park 15 August 1984
Stirling Albion 2–0 Stenhousemuir 15 August 1984
Stranraer 0–3 Cowdenbeath 15 August 1984

Second round[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Airdrieonians 3–1 Aberdeen 21 August 1984
Ayr United 1–0 Motherwell 21 August 1984
Cowdenbeath 3–0 Partick Thistle 21 August 1984
Dundee 3–0 Hamilton Academical 21 August 1984
Dundee United 5–0 Forfar Athletic 21 August 1984
Dunfermline Ath 2–3 Celtic 21 August 1984
Heart of Midlothian 4–0 East Stirlingshire 21 August 1984
Hibernian 1–0 East Fife 21 August 1984
Kilmarnock 1–1[1][3] Alloa Athletic 21 August 1984
Meadowbank Thistle 2–1 Morton 21 August 1984
Queen of the South 1–2 Dumbarton 21 August 1984
Raith Rovers 2–0 Clydebank 21 August 1984
Rangers 1–0 Falkirk 21 August 1984
St. Johnstone 2–1 Albion Rovers 21 August 1984
St. Mirren 1–0 Clyde 21 August 1984
Stirling Albion 1–4 Brechin City 21 August 1984

Third round[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Airdrieonians 0–4 Celtic 29 August 1984
Brechin City 2–4 St. Johnstone 29 August 1984
Cowdenbeath 2–0 St. Mirren 29 August 1984
Dumbarton 0–4 Dundee United 29 August 1984
Dundee 1–1[1][4] Kilmarnock 29 August 1984
Heart of Midlothian 1–0 Ayr United 29 August 1984
Hibernian 1–2 Meadowbank Thistle 29 August 1984
Rangers 4–0 Raith Rovers 29 August 1984

Quarter-finals[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Cowdenbeath 1–3 Rangers 5 September 1984
Dundee 0–1 Heart of Midlothian 4 September 1984
Dundee United 2–1[1] Celtic 5 September 1984
Meadowbank Thistle 2–1 St. Johnstone 5 September 1984

Semi-finals[edit]

First Leg[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date
Heart of Midlothian 1–2 Dundee United 26 September 1984
Rangers 4–0 Meadowbank Thistle 26 September 1984

Second Leg[edit]

Home Team Score Away Team Date Agg
Dundee United 3–1 Heart of Midlothian 10 October 1984 5–2
Meadowbank Thistle 1–1 Rangers 9 October 1984 1–5

Final[edit]

28 October 1984
Rangers 1–0 Dundee United
Ferguson Goal 44'
Hampden Park, Glasgow
Attendance: 44,698
Referee: Brian McGinlay
RANGERS :
GK Peter McCloy
RB Dave McPherson
CB Ally Dawson
CB John McClelland
LB Craig Paterson (c)
RM Cammy Fraser
CM Bobby Russell Substituted off 1'
CM Iain Ferguson Substituted off 2'
LM Ian Redford
CF Davie Cooper
CF Ally McCoist
Substitutes:
MF Robert Prytz Substituted in 1'
FW David Mitchell Substituted in 2'
Manager:
Jock Wallace
DUNDEE UNITED :
GK Hamish McAlpine
RB John Holt Substituted off 1'
CB Maurice Malpas (c)
CB Richard Gough
CB David Narey
LB Paul Hegarty
RM Eamonn Bannon
CM Ralph Milne Substituted off 2'
LM Billy Kirkwood
CF Paul Sturrock
CF Davie Dodds
Substitutes:
DF John Clark Substituted in 1'
MF Stuart Beedie Substituted in 2'
Manager:
Jim McLean

References[edit]

General[edit]

Specific[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d After Extra Time
  2. ^ East Stirlingshire F.C. won 4–3 on penalties
  3. ^ Kilmarnock F.C. won 3–2 on penalties
  4. ^ Dundee F.C. won 3–2 on penalties