1984–85 Yugoslav Cup

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1984–85 Yugoslav Cup
Marshal Tito Cup
Country  Yugoslavia
Champions Red Star (11th title)
Runners-up Dinamo Zagreb
Top goal scorer(s) Sulejman Halilović (6)

The 1984–85 Yugoslav Cup was the 37th season of the top football knockout competition in SFR Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav Cup (Serbo-Croatian: 'Kup Jugoslavije'), also known as the "Marshal Tito Cup" (Kup Maršala Tita), since its establishment in 1946.

First Round proper[edit]

Second Round proper[edit]

Quarter-Finals[edit]

Semi-Finals[edit]

Final[edit]

First leg[edit]

Home Club Score Visiting Club
Dinamo Zagreb
1 - 2
Red Star Belgrade
Date May 7, 1985
Locale Maksimir Stadium, Zagreb, Croatia
Attendance 40,000 (cap. 38,923)
Referee Ilijevski (Skopje)
Dinamo
(Coach Zdenko Kobešćak)
Ranko Stojić, Željko Cupan (74' Jasmin Džeko), Zvezdan Cvetković, Mustafa Arslanović, Mirko Lulić, Srećko Bogdan, Predrag Jurić

(56' Ivan Cvjetković), Snješko Cerin, Mihajlo Petrović, Marko Mlinarić, Bora Cvetković

Red Star
(Coach Gojko Zec)
Živan Ljukovčan, Zlatko Krmpotić (64' Milan Jovin), Zoran Dimitrijevic II, Milan Janković, Marko Elsner,

Miletović, Jovica Nikolić, Boško Đurovski, Milko Đurovski (75' Miroslav Šugar), Mitar Mrkela, Sulejman Halilović

Notes 0-1 Halilović (63'), 0-2 M. Đurovski (72'), 1-2 Cvjetković (83')

Second leg[edit]

Home Club Score Visiting Club
Red Star Belgrade
1 - 1
Dinamo Zagreb
Date May 24, 1985
Locale Red Star Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia
Attendance 60,000 (cap. 51,428)
Referee Edvard Šoštarič (Maribor)
Red Star
(Coach Gojko Zec)
Zivan Ljukovcan, Zlatko Krmpotić, Krdzevic, Boško Đurovski, Miletovic, Marko Elsner, Zoran Dimitrijevic II, Milan Janković (76' Miodrag Krivokapić), Sulejman Halilović, Milovanovic, Mitar Mrkela (83' Sugar)
Dinamo
(Coach Zdenko Kobescak)
Ranko Stojić, Jasmin Džeko, Željko Cupan, Slavko Ištvanić (59' Predrag Jurić), Mirko Lulić, Srećko Bogdan, Borislav Cvetković

(76' Nikola Jurčević), Snješko Cerin, Mihajlo Petrović, Marko Mlinarić, Ivan Cvjetković

Notes 1-0 Halilović (11'), 1-1 Cerin (38')

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